Month: March 2023

Sports matches, games, tournaments, and competitions stop for no one and nothing — not injury or illness, and certainly not periods. Just because menstruating athletes triumph regardless doesn’t mean playing sports with a period is easy. From dealing with performance-dampening symptoms, like cramps or fatigue, to straight-up annoying ones, like bloating or rogue tampon strings,
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In BC times (before children and—yes, shrug—before Covid), shoe shopping was an act of indulgent self-care. Sky-high pumps, over-the-knee boots, oversize platforms were equal recipients of “hello, lover,” equitable math equations (who said my tour of duty at an investment bank wasn’t a learning experience?), and my hard-earned cash money. Decades later, a peep in
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Jacquelyn Martin/AP/Shutterstock Politics can require living the worst moments of your life in public. About a month ago, my husband John checked into Walter Reed to seek treatment for clinical depression. In an instant, our world—already closely monitored, highly scrutinized, and heavily trolled by right-wing extremists—exploded. Media trucks circled our front yard. Our kids were
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[embedded content] Drew Barrymore and Jennifer Aniston‘s friendship was put to the test in an unexpected on-air moment. While filming a “The Drew Barrymore Show” segment on March 28 alongside Aniston and their friend Adam Sandler, Barrymore, 48, experienced her first hot flash associated with perimenopause. “I am so hot, I think I’m having my
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Harry Styles and Emily Ratajkowski’s kiss in Tokyo may not end up being a one-time thing, but it also isn’t about to become a full-fledge relationship either. People and Us Weekly got updates from sources on where things stand between the pair. Sources told both outlets that Ratajkowski and Styles did “hook up,” but they
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Over the last decade, we’ve all become increasingly well-informed about where, how, and by whom our clothing is manufactured. Activist Aditi Mayer has been one of the voices bringing attention to those questions. She began examining the historical, social, and political injustices that bolster the estimated $1.7 trillion industry in the wake of 2013’s Rana
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Major spoilers for Yellowjackets season 1 below. The end to season 1 of Showtime’s Yellowjackets was…a lot. What’s real? What’s not? Does reality even exist? From Jackie’s shocking death to Natalie’s present-day kidnapping to the re-emergence of adult Lottie, there’s a bounty of mysterious new information and easter eggs to dissect in season 2. One
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Shoppers, rejoice! Today, Target announced the highly anticipated lineup for its spring designer collection—and it couldn’t be better. Editor-loved labels RHODE, Fe Noel, and Agua Bendita have officially been named as Target’s latest limited-time partners. All three companies are woman-founded and owned, so there’s no better way to round out Women’s History Month than with
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When Teyana Taylor first got the script for A.V. Rockwell’s feature film debut A Thousand and One, she read it in less than an hour. “When I’m into something and I can see it in my head, I read through it really quick,” Taylor explains over Zoom to ELLE.com. “That’s how I’m always able to
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Nicola Coughlan talks with Emma Chamberlain about the inspiration behind her bold feathery look for Met Gala 2022. #metgala #metgala2022 Still haven’t subscribed to Vogue on YouTube? ►► http://bit.ly/vogueyoutubesub Get the best of Vogue delivered right in your inbox ►► https://bit.ly/3xAZyQg Want to hear more from our editors? Subscribe to the magazine ►► http://bit.ly/2wXh1VW Check
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This year is shaping up to be all about clownery in fashion. For Christopher John Rogers’ pre-fall 2023 collection, the designer unveiled a magical ivory white clown suit, replete with silk flowers for added drama. The theme of the clown has seemingly reached its sartorial peak: it was literally everywhere at the spring 2023 couture
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