Month: December 2020

It’s 2020. There’s a global pandemic, my state is on fire, government officials are showing disrespect for Black bodies and disdain for Black lives, a new piece of society-shaking news comes out every day…and I’m spending every spare minute bingeing Girlfriends and reading tweets about Black art. Black pop culture has kept me sane through
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In the new Netflix show Selena: The Series, star Christian Serratos emulates the titular Tejano artist to star-making effect. Everything, from Selena's mannerisms and choreography to her famous sequined outfits, are recreated for the show, which is executive produced by Selena's father Abraham Quintanilla and older sister Suzette. Those unfamiliar with the late musician (who
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Like everyone else, Nicola Coughlan reads DeuxMoi, the celebrity gossip Instagram account run by an anonymous, seemingly all-seeing figure. While for many, blind items about breakups and the bad behavior of the rich and famous are merely a lurid diversion, for the actress, currently starring in the new Shonda Rhimes-produced Netflix romance Bridgerton, there's another
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Osei DuroOdessa Paloma Parker reveals a selection of labels that give “luxury” a more intentional meaning. By Odessa Paloma Parker Date December 30, 2020 Facebook Twitter As consumers move away from purchasing mass-made goods – because of their toll on the earth and its inhabitants – brands that showcase handcrafted artisanal techniques are poised to
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Reg LancasterGetty Images Visionary French fashion designer Pierre Cardin died on Tuesday at age 98, the French Academy of Fine Arts confirmed on Twitter. “The Perpetual Secretary, Laurent Petitgirard, and the members of the Academy of Fine Arts are deeply saddened to announce the death of their colleague Pierre Cardin. He had been elected on
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Central PressGetty Images In its fourth episode, “Favourites,” The Crown season 4 explores Queen Elizabeth's complex relationships with her own four children in light of a crisis involving Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher's son, Mark. When Mark goes missing in the Sahara Desert, the queen is preoccupied by Thatcher's unabashed revelation that her son is her
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Photography by Richard Bernardin The pursuit of covetable pieces keeps fashion enthusiast Marlowe Granados connected to a pre-COVID-19 way of life. By Marlowe Granados Date December 29, 2020 Facebook Twitter Before quarantine, my enjoyment of going out was heightened by the promise in anticipation. If there was a party I planned to attend, the way
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