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  “The fact is, mere ordinary folk have not the remotest notion of the extravagant extent to which canine pets are pampered nowadays by their highly-placed mistresses.” - The Strand Magazine, 1896. In 1896, an enterprising young lady named Mrs. Nugent opened a fashionable club for dogs at 120 New Bond Street in London. It was called the Dogs’ Toilet Club and offered many services for the pampered pets of the wealthy and well to do, including grooming, pet sitting, veterinary care, and dentistry. For those who wished...
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Based in Chicago, visual artist Laura Berger’s work emotes a space of calmness, yet playful, through her execution of balance and symmetry. Either existing in solitude or intertwined into another, all tiny naked bodies existing to serve a bigger picture, further defining and exploring the human connection. With acrylic and gouache on wood panel, Berger’s pieces explore peace and solitude, while not straying from strength in an all-female space. Berger explains, "I'm interested in and inspired by rituals, symbols, nature, dreams, travel, our quest for self-development...
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There’s no right way to portray Eating Disorders in film and television, but there are many wrong ways. Netflix’s new film To The Bone, while well intentioned, brings nothing of substance to the table. Which raises the question: How can a film written by a person in recovery (producer, director, and writer Marti Noxon), and portrayed by an actress in recovery (Lily Collins has been vocal about her food and body struggles in her new memoir Unfiltered: No Shame, No Regrets, Just Me), manage to reinforce...
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N.Y.C. artist Claudia Gold, better known as Claw Money, turned her notorious ’90s graffiti fame (she was one of the few female artists bombing with the best of them) into a successful fashion line. And in 2015, she opened a retail and vintage boutique, Claw & Co., on Manhattan’s Lower East Side. Now she’s launching Claw Beauty (available at clawandco.com) with 12 vibrant nail paints ($10) and five top coats ($10) – one mattifying and four color changing – with signature bags and cosmetics to...
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Smart phones are invaluable tools — you have access to all of human knowledge on a pocket-sized computer more powerful than the equipment that took men to the moon. There are apps available for everything from budgeting to dating, and so much in between. If you’re looking for apps to help you get smart about your sexual health, here are seven to get you started — or at least point you in the right direction.1. Clue Period Tracker Keeping track of your period is a great...
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