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The Calvin Klein Collection creative director talks about his design influences, the role of celebrity in fashion, and why the industry might be moving too fast.
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YouTube style star Chriselle Lim shares her tips on looking chic and season-appropriate as a guest at a winter wedding. Find out how to style an ensemble that's cold-weather friendly, soft and romantic.
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Busy wedding planning? In this episode of Bridal Beauty, Suzy Taylor demonstrates how to perform a calming aromatherapy massage so you can be all relaxed for the big day.
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In this episode of A Spoonful Of Comfort Andrea and Sarah show you how to make deliciously warming chicken and pancetta pot pies. Serve on their own with some steamed veg and mashed potato.
Ancient Egyptians as early as 2,700 B.C. depicted lettuce on tomb walls as a popular sex symbol and used it extensively as an aphrodisiac. Today, many enjoy our leafy greens as a salad, or as the comedian John Pinette says, “a promissory note that food will soon arrive.”However, ancient Egyptians as early as 2,700 B.C. depicted lettuce on tomb walls as a popular sex symbol and used it extensively as an aphrodisiac. Lettuce was closely associated with Min, Egypt’s god of fertility, who’s often shown with an erect penis. The phallic-shaped vegetable was reported to help the god and people “perform the sexual act untiringly.” In addition to lettuce growing in a rigid vertical line, it releases a white, milk-like residue when broken – an association with semen or breast milk. Though lettuce was not directly eaten, Egyptians widely used it by taking off the blue-green, bitter leaves, gathering the flower buds’ seeds, and pressing the seeds into a natural lettuce oil. This oil was then used in cooking, medications, and mummification.Later, the Romans and Greeks popularized the consumption of salad as part of a meal as we know it today. They believed it increased appetite and encouraged good digestion. Instead of the sexual stimulant Egyptians saw lettuce as, Romans and Greeks believed it could help put you to sleep.
It's great matching your makeup and outfit to the season - in this episode of Binky's Boutique Made In Chelsea star Binky Felstead shows you how to do an autumnal copper eye makeup look.
If you wind up with lumpy gravy every year, it's time to turn things around! Fine Cooking expert Nicki Sizemore shows you how to use a simple technique that produces a perfectly smooth gravy.
Buttermilk biscuits are amazing in their simplicity: they're made with just five ingredients! In this video, Fine Cooking's Julissa Roberts demonstrates the secrets to light, fluffy biscuits.
Text Offender - What if Your Grandparents Read Those Texts from That Guy You Should Have Deleted From Your Contacts Months Ago? official
You know that a** you hooked up with twice but still keep in your contacts just in case he magically becomes a nice person sometime soon? This is what it might look like if the texts he sent you were read aloud by your grandparents.
Carly wants to update her all-black wardrobe, but she is afraid to utilize color. Style experts Theodore Leaf and Jessica Harlow show her simple and effective ways to introduce color into her wardrobe and makeup so that she can stand out with minimal effort.
Trend, fit, utility: The perfect jean wins on all counts. This week, Assistant to the Editor in Chief Lili Göksenin in our video guide to the smartest denim we’re wearing now.
M-Rad design has released a proposal for an innovative complex derived from repurposed shipping containers. Las Vegas has always embraced innovative and grand architecture.A design studio by the name of M-Rad has released a proposal for an innovative sports complex derived from repurposed shipping containers. Located less than a block away from the Las Vegas strip, the building will encompass more than 40 acres of land. The facility offers multiple sporting options and features three boxy towers on site.Each of those towers, made from stacked shipping containers, has a specific purpose. One tower serves as a boutique hotel, while a second hosts an organic produce farm.The third tower is where all the commercial functions take place. In addition to the interior spaces, there is a shallow lake with surfing areas. There are also numerous motocross tracks and skate parks, giving extreme sports enthusiasts something to do in a very upscale environment. The hotel will utilize natural ventilation. Solar and wind energy will be used in various areas, meaning about 80 percent of the park would be powered by green practices. The complex is expected to cost an astounding $50 million.How do you like the concept?
Claire Danes, the Ultimate Holiday Gift Guide and More Reasons to Check Out Glamour’s January 2014 Issue official
Editor in Chief Cindi Leive walks you through the chicest last-minute holiday gift guide, style tips, and Claire Danes' exclusive cover-star interview in Glamour’s January 2014 issue.
After the weather we've been having recently, we need some comfort food. In this episode of Food Fest, chef Jonny Marsh shows you how to make a warming sausage and bean stew.
It’s time for the final competition and Beagy, Quentin and Valissa are the last stylists standing. Challenged with styling a real bride for her unconventional wedding, the finalists have a thrift shop, $100, and 30 minutes to prove they deserve to win.
A male from Battipaglia, Italy was recently taken into police custody for allegedly threatening a barman for free food and drinks. While the so called threats were subtle, the man would commonly boast about being a ‘mafia boss’. Apparently the allure of being a mafia member is very much alive for some people. A 52 year old male from Battipaglia, Italy, was recently taken into police custody for allegedly threatening a barman for free food and drinks.While the so called threats were non violent, over the course of several days the man would brag he was a ‘mafia boss’.He told stories about being the mob leader for the Camorra clan. Reportedly, he was telling his illegal lifestyle tales to the bartender in an effort to scare him, as he was sitting at the bar enjoying a good amount of croissants and coffee.Eventually the bartender got tired of listening to him and wanted to see some cash. After the worker asked for the tab to be paid, the alleged mafia man left a container of gasoline outside the business as a response to the bill. Following that incident, the bartender contacted police and reported the man’s stories. In the end, he was arrested.
Whether you're shopping for a mobile multi-tasker, hardcore gamer or TV and tablet enthusiast, Tech expert Stephanie Humphrey has the latest for all the techies on your list.
Brainteasers abound! Dating coach, Adam Lyons, is back to share some tricks to meeting people.
Ah, hookup texts. They range from flirty to dirty and if you think they’re the last thing you’d want your grandparents to read, you’re right. Watch for proof.
Playing dress-up has never been so fun. Emily Holt, Fashion News Editor at Vogue, may be a kid at heart but her playfully polished dress by Giulietta and bag by Myriam Schaefer tells a completely different story.