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The best winter nail treatments | Sali Hughes44m The best winter nail treatments | Sali Hughes
At this time of year nails are drier from harsh weather and the hokey cokey in and out of central heating Do some of your nails get to a certain length, then peel or split? I had three that, however
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Detroit Auto Show: Are U.S. Carmakers Stuck in the Past?9h Detroit Auto Show: Are U.S. Carmakers Stuck in the Past?
While two-thirds of the globe’s car makers are pulling towards electrification, U.S. brands still believe bigger is better. Dan Neil breaks down the surreal Detroit auto show.
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Open Thread: Open Thread: This Week in Style News9h Updated Open Thread: Open Thread: This Week in Style News
Models say Mario Testino and Bruce Weber sexually exploited them, CVS says no to airbrushing — and more.
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​Trends be Damned: A Case for Never Getting Rid of Your Old Clothes10h ​Trends be Damned: A Case for Never Getting Rid of Your Old Clothes
​From ties to tartans, menswear designers returned to the classics at Milan Fashion Week, proving that it pays to hang on to those old styles.
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In New York, the Tormented, Triumphant Life of Tennessee Williams10h In New York, the Tormented, Triumphant Life of Tennessee Williams
At New York’s Morgan Library & Museum, photos, posters, letters and even his own paintings bring alive the troubled and triumphant years of the author of “The Glass Menagerie” and “A Streetcar Named Desire.”
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The 2018 Detroit Auto Show: Are U.S. Carmakers Still Stuck in the Past?11h Updated The 2018 Detroit Auto Show: Are U.S. Carmakers Still Stuck in the Past?
While two-thirds of the globe’s car makers are pulling towards electrification, U.S. brands still believe bigger is better. Dan Neil breaks down the surreal Detroit auto show.
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Vetements raises the heartbeat at Paris fashion week11h Vetements raises the heartbeat at Paris fashion week
An aggressive synth soundtrack accompanied scowling models in world’s oldest antiques market Imagine a fashion show in Paris, and you probably wouldn’t come up with a sea of scowling models stomping between stalls in a flea market while an aggressive synth soundtrack boomed. That was the set up for Vetements’ autumn/winter 2018 show at the world’s oldest antiques market, Paul Bert Serpette, in the Saint-Ouen district of the French capital.
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Up Next: A Rap Video for a Biology Class Was His Demo Reel12h Up Next: A Rap Video for a Biology Class Was His Demo Reel
Julien Turner, 20, is a budding filmmaker at Morehouse College, where he’s also a linebacker on the football team.
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Prosecutor Says Romantic Rivalry Is Motive in Model’s Murder13h Updated Prosecutor Says Romantic Rivalry Is Motive in Model’s Murder
In a London criminal court, a prosecutor said that the stabbing of Harry Uzoka, a model, was driven by a conflict over a woman.
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The Humble Ascent of Oat Milk15h The Humble Ascent of Oat Milk
See ya, soy! Au revoir, almond! Baristas are pouring a Swedish import that has quietly taken over the nation’s coffee scene.
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My Workout: How Chris Cuomo Looks Buff Without Bodybuilding15h My Workout: How Chris Cuomo Looks Buff Without Bodybuilding
The host of “New Day” on CNN keeps a tight schedule to balance his work, life and being the parent of three young children.
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Luxury Real Estate Runs Hot and Cold in Europe16h Updated Luxury Real Estate Runs Hot and Cold in Europe
A 2018 forecast of high-end real-estate markets in five European capitals: London, Paris, Berlin, Lisbon and Dublin.
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In Paris, Pushing the Men’s Wear Boulder Along16h In Paris, Pushing the Men’s Wear Boulder Along
Rick Owens continues to do his (own) thing, while Valentino, Off-White and Dries Van Noten try to affect a man’s workaday wardrobe.
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Galliano completes his rehabilitation at Maison Margiela16h Galliano completes his rehabilitation at Maison Margiela
Designer’s vision dominates the Paris menswear show – a sign the fashion world has forgiven him John Galliano’s first menswear collection for Maison Margiela opened with a red and black double-breasted overcoat worn with black, spongy slippers. It closed with a white shredded mackintosh over beige muslin underpants. In between, there were plastic sandals which clonked along the catwalk like ski boots, and several of Margiela’s famous split-toed high-heeled tabi boots and a bright yellow padded jacket, blown up like a pufferfish, paired with a sober midi-length skirt. According to notes distributed at the show, the theme was “dressing in haste”. The idea was to merge “past and present house ideas into one forward proposal for a new kind of glamour”.
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Nous, a New Store, Picks Up Where Dearly Departed Colette Left Off16h Nous, a New Store, Picks Up Where Dearly Departed Colette Left Off
Two former employees of Colette, the pathbreaking Paris concept shop, have brought their taste for sneakers and gadgets (and some of their customers) to a new spot nearby.
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What I wore this week: chunky sweaters and floaty skirts | Jess Cartner-Morley19h What I wore this week: chunky sweaters and floaty skirts | Jess Cartner-Morley
I have hit upon a formula for January dressing that is comfortable and cosy, but looks sharper than Uggs and cardigan-coats With the honourable exception of those poor souls who have to step right out of their Twixma
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From hair clamps to yuzu: this week’s fashion trends20h From hair clamps to yuzu: this week’s fashion trends
What’s hot and what’s not in fashion this week
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Vows: For Love of Country, and Each Other21h Vows: For Love of Country, and Each Other
Captains Daniel Hall and Vincent Franchino, both active-duty Apache helicopter pilots, are married at West Point.
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Well done on the buzz cut, William. Now here’s some advice from a fellow baldy21h Well done on the buzz cut, William. Now here’s some advice from a fellow baldy
It’s a big step in a balding man’s life when, like the Duke of Cambridge, you decide to ditch the fuzz and go the ‘full Statham’. For one, you need to carry of bottle of factor 30 at all times …Like me, Prince William descends from a long line of slapheads. And, like me, he has admitted defeat, yesterday becoming the first in the family to baldly go where no man has gone before; he has, at the age of 35, buzzed off his surviving hair. Duke, what took you so long? I was born two months before Wills and have suffered a similar rate of loss. But I took the grade-zero leap about three years ago. It takes guts, but I have not looked back and can now offer the hairless heir my guide to being bald. Properly bald.
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The 10 best sporty pieces – in pictures23h The 10 best sporty pieces – in pictures
Borrow a trick from the track, and add a sporty detail to your look
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Cag-cool: anoraks updated24h Cag-cool: anoraks updated
Hit the road in style as the cagoule and fleece go haute
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The best green pieces for all ages – in pictures25h The best green pieces for all ages – in pictures
Green can be worn with any other colour – just like the stem of a flower – so it’s the perfect supporting tone for separates
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Modern Love: The Bike That Saved My Life27h Modern Love: The Bike That Saved My Life
Saddled with a run-down house, a faltering marriage and a vanishing bank account, a woman takes to her two-wheeler.
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