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For W magazine, by Caroline Grosso. Designers in New York were still grappling with the outcome of the election, and how
Breaking Down The Style Of 'Big Little Lies' With Costume Designer Alix Friedberg
How do you first approach designing for a new show? I always start with a breakdown of the script, a map of where the character
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This Is Who Picked Out Michelle Obama's Flawless Versace Gown
It may be exactly who you think.
Images: How They Help and Hinder
Jane Simon, MD
Writes a weekly blog, www.drsimonsays.blogspot.com
Success often depends on our ability to present a socially acceptable image. Ideally, our social image aligns with our authentic self or essence.
Use the Bathroom Before Leaving the Bar
Reporter, Columnist, Writer, Blogger
After my driver pulled away is when I realized the keys to my house were with the car, back at the shop. It was freezing
Handprint of a Leader: Red Robin's Remarkable Denny Post
Career Strategist, Entrepreneur & Professor
For installment #2 of AWE's Inspirational Female Leaders Showcase Series, we have chosen Denny Post, SVP, Chief Marketing Officer, at Red Robin.
George W. Bush's Heart Problems Were Reportedly Life-Threatening
One of George W. Bush's arteries was 95% blocked.
Around The World In 10 Photos
Kavitha A. Davidson
Joan Smalls Birthday: Supermodel Turns 24, Answers 20 Questions (PHOTOS)
2. Describe your perfect day off. I love sweet smells -- Tom Ford Black Orchid. 17. Which designer would you want to create
STYLE & BEAUTY
Crystal Renn 'W Korea' Cover Is More Our Speed (PHOTOS)
Not that we've got a problem with that. Excited as we were for Crystal's Sports Illustrated debut, we much prefer our favorite
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Women and Work: How Goes the Revolution?
Dr. Peggy Drexler
Author, research psychologist and gender scholar
In 30 years, women are settled in everywhere from the CEO's office to the Supreme Court to the battlefield to earth orbit. The term "first woman" that signified every breakthrough has lost its news value. There is just not that much of note to break through these days. With one exception.
STYLE & BEAUTY
Amanda Seyfried & Justin Timberlake Go Retro For W's October Cover (PHOTOS)
The former pop star also gets a hair makeover with some Kennedy-esque waves. It may not be as cool as Timberlake's typical
STYLE & BEAUTY
Steven Meisel Repeats Identical Concept For W & Vogue Italia (VIDEO, PHOTO)
How bad is the copycatting? We've certainly seen similar photo shoots before, as fashion tends to return to its favorite
Suggestions for Improving the Kim Kardashian Cover of
's Art Issue
Senior Comedy Editor, The Huffington Post
Why would Barbara Kruger, one of the seminal feminist artist icons of the past century, collaborate on a
cover featuring It- monster Kim Kardashian?
New Anne Frank Book Expected From Weidenfeld And Nicolson: Frank's Letters And Photographs To Be Revealed
Recently discovered letters, documents and photographs of Anne Frank and her family will form the basis of a new book acquired
DeMint To Endorse Michael Williams For Texas Senator
Conservative South Carolina Sen. Jim DeMint (R) will endorse Texas Railroad Commissioner Michael Williams' Senate candidacy
Rush Limbaugh Reviews His Netflix Queue
LA freelance writer, author of YA thriller The Red Bishop
Let me give you the story, the plot of The Visitor: A man comes home to his rarely used NYC apartment to find two illegal immigrants squatting there. Trespassing.
Will Ferrell's Sunday Night Live
Pavel Somov, Ph.D.
Reinventing the Meal
, Eating t...
What can I say? I can't quite say "it'd be funny if it wasn't so true" - because it is true and it is funny. I can simply say this: in Will Ferrell's portrayal of "W", the Cort Theatre has finally met its historical Jester.
What if Heath Ledger Lost?
If for some reason any of the other actors win Best-Supporting Actor, they'll be viewed as that A-hole who deprived Heath of the posthumous honor.
Reading The Pictures:
An Arbus-Like End To George Bush, Comforter Of Man
Publisher of the visual politics and media literacy site, Read...
As the end approaches, "W" is regressing more-and-more into a familiar cocoon, seeking out the military for hearty cheer and farewell.
A Post-Thanksgiving Cornucopia: World AIDS Day, The Birth of (RED)WIRE,
and Prop 8
Trafficbeat Entertainment, Music Biz Vet
The new online digital magazine (RED)WIRE will sponsor a series of unique performances by artists such as U2 and Sheryl Crow, in its bid to help fight AIDS.
Election Day: Reflecting Back Before Moving Ahead
Why is this my W. moment when I've tried so hard to ignore all things Bush over the previous seven and five-sixths years of his presidency?
In Paris, Obama May Be The Only Antidote to W-Induced Shame
One of the first things French people ask me after I tell them I am American is if I am voting for Obama. One guy actually tried to buy the Obama shirt I picked up at the DNC right off my back.
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