• Orthopedic footwear gets a trendy makeover — but is it cute?
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    Julie Tong

    Orthopedic footwear gets a trendy makeover — but is it cute?

    First it was Crocs and now it's Z-coil.

  • These Mannequins Have Stretch Marks & Other Natural Body Features
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    Refinery 29 UK

    These Mannequins Have Stretch Marks & Other Natural Body Features

    Missguided was roundly praised when it stopped airbrushing its models' stretch marks and released a totally unretouched campaign last year – and now there is another reason to cheer on the brand: its body-positive mannequins. The high street fashion retailer has introduced a diverse array of mannequins representing a range of ethnic backgrounds and featuring natural body features, including stretch marks and vitiligo, Campaign reports. The figures were created in-house with help from makeup artists and will be on show in the brand's two stores in Westfield Stratford City, London and Bluewater Shopping Centre, Kent.

  • Hello, Lara Croft! Mattel just unveiled 'Tomb Raider Barbie'
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    Elise Solé

    Hello, Lara Croft! Mattel just unveiled 'Tomb Raider Barbie'

    The new doll, based on the movie's archeologist character Lara Croft, is now available for preorder.

  • Lindsay Lohan wears a hijab, sparking mixed feelings on social media
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    Maggie Parker

    Lindsay Lohan wears a hijab, sparking mixed feelings on social media

    The actress attended the second annual London Modest Fashion Week over the weekend, and she dressed the part.

  • Ashley Graham embraces cellulite in a string bikini for SI's swimsuit issue
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    Cindy Arboleda

    Ashley Graham embraces cellulite in a string bikini for SI's swimsuit issue

    The supermodel inspires women to love their flaws with sexy photo shoot.

  • Iran Aseman Airlines crash: Years of sanctions have left passengers with one of oldest air fleets in the world
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    The Independent

    Iran Aseman Airlines crash: Years of sanctions have left passengers with one of oldest air fleets in the world

    After the loss of a Russian airline near Moscow, fatalities from plane crashes so far this year far exceed those in 2017, which was the safest year in aviation history. Aseman Airlines’ flight EP3704, the daily departure from Tehran, took off as normal shortly after 8am to fly to Yasouj, 344 miles south. The aircraft involved, an ATR72, was 24 years old – which made it a relatively young part of the airline’s fleet.

  • Burberry's Greatest Style Hits Over 17 Years
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    Refinery 29 UK

    Burberry's Greatest Style Hits Over 17 Years

    Last night, Christopher Bailey serenaded London Fashion Week with his swan song for Burberry after 17 years at the helm. “There has never been a more important time to say that in our diversity lies our strength and our creativity”, Bailey said. The epic, 85-look collection was perhaps Bailey’s most experimental and creative to date, incorporating all the brand’s hits over the years, from trenches, windbreakers and Harrington jackets to scarves, caps and capes.

  • Black Panther: Twitter bans trolls who claimed white cinema-goers were being attacked at screenings
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    The Independent

    Black Panther: Twitter bans trolls who claimed white cinema-goers were being attacked at screenings

    Racist trolls are making false claims that white people are being attacked at screenings of the Marvel film Black Panther. One troll, using a Twitter handle that declared them a Christian “hater of Sodomy”, showed a photo of a bloodied handkerchief and wrote: “Was at the Black Panther premiere but a group of black youths said this wasn’t for me. Other Twitter users quickly established that the claim was false and the photograph of the bloodied handkerchief had actually been taken nine years ago.

  • Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux's split has fans wondering about Brad Pitt
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    Erin Donnelly

    Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux's split has fans wondering about Brad Pitt

    The Twittersphere has spoken: People are down with a Jennifer Aniston-Brad Pitt reunion.

  • Sports Illustrated model responds to backlash: 'I can be in a swimsuit and feel sexy'
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    Lauren Tuck

    Sports Illustrated model responds to backlash: 'I can be in a swimsuit and feel sexy'

    Despite the criticism the Sports Illustrated swim issue has recently received, the magazine’s cover star believes it’s the “perfect” time for the annual publication to come out. “I can be in a swimsuit and feel sexy and feel empowered,” Danielle Harrington said during an interview in AOL’s Build Series on Thursday.

  • No, Meghan Markle was probably not trying to sound British with 'scone'
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    Elise Solé

    No, Meghan Markle was probably not trying to sound British with 'scone'

    It's possible that the future royal, who had moved to Toronto in 2011 to appear in 'Suits,' was speaking like a Canadian.

  • Is Kim Kardashian’s 24-inch waist healthy?
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    Elise Solé

    Is Kim Kardashian’s 24-inch waist healthy?

    Kardashian is showing off her 70-pound weight loss with a smaller waistline.

  • Does the Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue have a place in the #MeToo era?
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    Elise Solé

    Does the Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue have a place in the #MeToo era?

    The magazine has led to a debate over whether the sexy tradition is necessary in the first place.

  • Smoking pot is easier on the brain than drinking alcohol
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    Korin Miller

    Smoking pot is easier on the brain than drinking alcohol

    New research shows precisely how marijuana affects your brain.

  • Aly Raisman poses unclothed for Sports Illustrated: 'Women do not have to be modest to be respected'
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    Raechal Leone Shewfelt

    Aly Raisman poses unclothed for Sports Illustrated: 'Women do not have to be modest to be respected'

    Olympic great Aly Raisman has returned to the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue, and this time, she brought along a message. “I would like to remind everyone that being a survivor is nothing to be ashamed of, and going through a hard time does not define you,” she told the magazine.

  • Who Is Danielle Herrington? Everything to Know About the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Cover Star
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    People International

    Who Is Danielle Herrington? Everything to Know About the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Cover Star

    The highly anticipated Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue cover was finally unveiled Tuesday morning, and the cover girl is a fresh face to the pages of SI. Instead of tapping a swimsuit issue regular, the editors of SI Swim went with newcomer Danielle Herrington, who was first featured as a Rookie in 2017. Read on to find out how she got her big break, which SI Swim veteran inspired her to get into modeling and what she hopes to do next.

  • Elementary students told they can't say no when asked to dance — what's happening with school dances?
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    Elise Solé

    Elementary students told they can't say no when asked to dance — what's happening with school dances?

    School dances have been causing controversy for promoting sexist stereotypes, and now, blurring the lines of consent between boys and girls.

  • The 2 things North Korea's Kim Yo Jong and Ivanka Trump have in common
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    Jennifer Gerson Uffalussy

    The 2 things North Korea's Kim Yo Jong and Ivanka Trump have in common

    Kim Yo Jong is the sister of North Korean Supreme Leader — and frequent target of President Donald Trump’s Twitter attacks — Kim Jong Un.

  • It's officially OK to wear your underwear over your clothing, according to this NYFW designer
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    Maggie Parker

    It's officially OK to wear your underwear over your clothing, according to this NYFW designer

    Dion Lee’s NYFW 2018 show only used four words to describe the line in its notes: lingerie, military, sensuality, utility. Here's why.

  • Barack Obama praises ‘invisible’ workers in dig at Republicans during official portrait unveiling
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    The Telegraph

    Barack Obama praises ‘invisible’ workers in dig at Republicans during official portrait unveiling

    Barack Obama praises ‘invisible’ workers in dig at Republicans during official portrait unveiling

  • A spaceship, a robot, and Irina Shayk in a catsuit: All the details from Philipp Plein's outer-space vision for NYFW
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    Julie Tong

    A spaceship, a robot, and Irina Shayk in a catsuit: All the details from Philipp Plein's outer-space vision for NYFW

    On Saturday night, German designer Philipp Plein staged a spectacular outer-space theme for  New York Fashion Week , with the look of a Hollywood film. He transformed an enormous industrial warehouse-like space in the Duggal Greenhouse in Brooklyn into another planet — one containing a nearly 60-foot life-size “spaceship,” artificial snow on the floor, and a grand “Philipp Plein” neon sign hanging above a textured rocky cave that appeared to be made of gold and silver foil. At the start of the show, two snow plowers decked out in “PP” (the second P  was backward) white “spacesuits” slammed right through the golden, rocky cave wall and sped around the center of the crowd. “Snow” made of small foam bubbles began to descend from the ceiling falling atop guests’ hair, faces, and clothes (although it was a bit too soapy for comfort). Offset from the Migos rap trio came out of the cave and performed. The rapper Rich the Kid joined in soon after. But the show wasn’t over yet. After the artists went back into the cave, a human-sized Transformers robot began to walk into the crowd. Then, the “spaceship” began to blare ominous sounds, and lights circled around it, flashing continuously. Smoke appeared, and the “ship” descended down onto the floor, like something in a Hollywood blockbuster. Out of the ship’s smoke and lights appeared supermodel  Irina Shayk wearing a tight black leather catsuit that said “I love you Philipp Plein” across her torso. She took the robot’s hand, and the two began to walk around the room to the sounds of a love song. Only after this spectacle did the “fashion show” officially start. Among the models were Sean Combs’s son Christian Combs as well as Snoop Dogg ’s son  Cordell Broadus (now a two-time model for Plein). Model  Kate Upton was not on the runway but attended as part of the celebrity front row. The clothes themselves were a mix of punk rock and a ski-and-snow winter collection. Male models wore silvery metallic puffer coats and pants. The women wore colorful, tie-dyed fur coats as well as sequined track suits, furry boots, and other winter apparel. Plein had also infused a few of his runway looks with the Playboy brand. Nearly all the black puffer jackets, silver foil coats, snow goggles, and snowboards were branded with “Philipp Plein.” If you thought logomania was over, think again. There was one pair of sparkling silver boots that had a clear resemblance to Saint Laurent’s $10,000 crystal boots from the Spring 2018 season — but they had “Plein” splashed across them. Of course, leave it to Plein to exceed his own past record of over-the-top NYFW shows , which included Dita Von Teese doing a striptease and performances by Nicki Minaj and Future. This was definitely the most grandiose show I had ever seen. Read more from Yahoo Lifestyle: • Tom Ford debuts sexy men’s flesh-tone undies at NYFW: So Zoolander!  • Inclusive cast of models, including an amputee and a baby, kick off New York Fashion Week • Your 2018 wardrobe shopping guide, according to 5 fashion retail experts  Follow us on Instagram , Facebook , and Twitter for nonstop inspiration.

  • Pig masks and voodoo ceremonies: New York Fashion Week tackles #MeToo in signature style
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    Alexandra Mondalek

    Pig masks and voodoo ceremonies: New York Fashion Week tackles #MeToo in signature style

    Some statements were made through clothing, others via masks.

  • 11-year-old with dreadlocks goes viral for standing up to school bullies
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    Leah Prinzivalli

    11-year-old with dreadlocks goes viral for standing up to school bullies

    "I vowed that if I ever had a daughter, I would instill self-esteem, pride, and courage in her," says mother and life coach Toshia Shaw.

  • Why you should always shower at night, not in the morning
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    Krista Thurrott

    Why you should always shower at night, not in the morning

    We all have our morning routines — and for many people, that includes a steamy shower to pump you up for the day ahead. But now, a New York dermatologist is saying that you might want to consider swapping that morning shower out for a nighttime one.

  • Model Kate Upton shares shocking details of alleged harassment by Guess co-founder
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    Elise Solé

    Model Kate Upton shares shocking details of alleged harassment by Guess co-founder

    The model is further explaining the sexual harassment allegations she made towards Guess co-founder Paul Marciano, saying, “I’m not going to let him intimidate me anymore.”