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In the biggest "Wait...what?" I've witnessed in a while (well...maybe since earlier today), Party City has been caught red-handed committing a Class-A Photoshop disaster. The models of their (what I suppose one could call) "festive legwear" selection, have all been Photoshopped to appear in both the straight and plus size versions. Did they really think we wouldn't notice the same image flipped or stretched? As the Gloss keenly notes, "[T]hese all look wonky, weird and aren’t particularly effective." While on one hand it's interesting to think a...
Throughout the month of October, the BBC has focused on a special series of programming called “100 Women” that showcases the risks, challenges, and opportunities presented to women around the world. Today, that series wrapped up with a conference at BBC Headquarters in London that included talks with 100 influential women about feminism, gender gap, the quest for equality, and what it means to be a woman in the 21st century. The event was live streamed on BBC’s website, and you can go back and watch...
As this year’s winner of Cannes’ coveted Palme d’Or prize, the festival’s highest honor, Blue is the Warmest Color couldn’t be anything but beautifully shot and conceptually top-notch. Famed French filmmaker Abdellatif Kechiche directs Léa Seydoux (Midnight in Paris) and newcomer Adèle Exarchopoulos in this coming-of-age tale, most notable for having more graphic sex scenes than you can count on five sticky little fingers. The film follows Exarchopoulos’ character (also named Adèle) as she feels her way from adolescence to adulthood, confronting homophobia, loneliness, and uncertainty....
Never fear, this video will brighten even the dullest of slow-moving Fridays! Filmed by a parent at a preschool dance recital, the video showcases a little girl who forgoes the choreographed dance on stage, choosing to instead bust out her own moves and be all around amazing. While her counterparts determinedly (and rather solemnly) attempt to follow the beat of the song “Broadway Baby” from the musical Follies, this energetic toddler bounces about, tapping her feet extra loud, spinning around, and waving her hands enthusiastically. Since...
Yesterday, at the age of 76, Massachusetts-born photographer Deborah Turbeville passed away after an eight-month struggle with lung cancer. She was listening to Rachmaninoff on her iPod.  Though she was known as a "fashion photographer" she considered herself anything but. “The photographs were for fashion," she once told The Independent. "But at the same time they had an ulterior motive, something more to do with the world in general.”  It's this this ulterior motive--this gauzy, gentle, decaying sensation--that sets her work apart from the glossy images one expects...
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