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“The character of Edek, who hides behind this facade of loving food, loving life and loving women, reminded me hugely of my grandfather, Sam, who passed away when I was in my teens,” she added. “His entire life was about assimilation in the United States. It wasn’t about looking back—It was about looking forward.” And
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Tune in above to watch a live stream of Sabato de Sarno’s Spring 2025 menswear runway show for Gucci in Milan on Monday, June 17 at 8:00 a.m. ET. Homepage photo: Courtesy of Gucci Stay current on the latest trends, news and people shaping the fashion industry. Sign up for our daily newsletter. Continue reading
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Coldplay are releasing a new album, Moon Music, on October 4 via Atlantic. The band worked on the new album with Max Martin—the producer behind 2021’s Music of the Spheres. The LP’s first single, “Feelslikeimfallinginlove,” lands on Friday, June 21. See the new album’s cover below. Music of the Spheres housed one of Coldplay’s biggest
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Dolly Parton arriving to “Joyful Noise” Los Angeles Premeire on January 19, 2012 in Hollywood, CA Photo: Shutterstock Rightwing writer Ericka Andersen has apologized for criticizing Dolly Parton in an essay for the conservative online outlet The Federalist. The piece, titled “There’s Nothing Loving About Dolly Parton’s False Gospel,” has had Parton fans in an
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Representation should always be something Hollywood strives for. But the most important part of providing that is giving creators the space to tell their own stories, instead of trying to do it for them. That’s why events like the American Black Film Festival (ABFF) are essential because while it creates a space to amplify Black
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“This is Broadway’s biggest night,” she told the Associated Press June 13. “Why not give the people at home even more of a Broadway experience? Our show is going to move like a Broadway show. We want to give you a full Broadway experience.” As far as nominations go, Hell’s Kitchen and Stereophonic led the charge, with
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ASOS, the destination for fashion-loving 20-somethings, has launched an exclusive clothing collection in collaboration with four LGBTQIA+ artists to celebrate Pride, with the goal of platforming queer creatives and shining a light on under-represented voices. Comprising over 30 products, ranging from t-shirts, hoodies and socks, the collection is catered to all genders for customers to
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Hollywood’s male beauty standards have changed throughout the years. The Golden Age of the industry presented rugged masculinity with Humphrey Bogart and Kirk Douglas, while the 1980s gave us hyper-masculine macho men like Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sylvester Stallone. And, of course, 1990s presented more boy-next-door-type men like Brad Pitt and Tom Cruise. Tastes just keep
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What About Francesca Bridgerton? Francesca Bridgerton (Hannah Dodd) is unfortunately sometimes considered the forgotten Bridgerton child, not because her family doesn’t love her, but because—as she does on the show—the sixth Bridgerton sibling prefers quiet and calm. In the book series, it’s casually mentioned that Francesca found her husband seven years before we pick up with Penelope and Colin. However, executive
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One of the trickier elements of achieving good style is color theory. That is, what looks good together, what matches, what contrasts well, the works! When men initially start their style journey, before they learn about the context and history of various aesthetics, they’ll often try tackling color first. And for good reason. Not matching
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Iasos loves slide guitar, which allows him to create incredible sweeps and gentle flutters. The flute, instrument of his childhood, dances freely, conjuring images of satyrs wreathed in laurels. (Vista is not the only god Iasos has worked with; he claims to have received a musical scale from Pan.) The piano does not sound real
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Speaker of the Parliament of Georgia, Shalva Papuashvili, April 2024 Photo: Zhaslan Zhumabekov/via WIkipedia A lawmaker with the ruling party of Georgia has introduced legislation that would strip the rights of same-sex couples, ban depictions of homosexuality in media, and outlaw all LGBTQ+-related gatherings. The chilling legislation bears all the hallmarks of Russian President Vladimir
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From master of horror John Carpenter (Halloween, The Thing), The Ward is now haunting SCREAMBOX! Before she was a superstar, the film features “Euphoria” and Immaculate star Sydney Sweeney as well as All the Boys Love Mandy Lane’s Amber Heard, and Friday the 13th’s Danielle Panabaker, with Mamie Gummer (The Good Wife) and Jared Harris (Mad Men). “The story follows
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Ann Powers makes an unexpected revelation early in her new book, Traveling: On the Path of Joni Mitchell. In the second paragraph of the introduction, “Drawing the Maps,” Powers cuts to the chase, writing, “I’m not a biographer, in the usual definition of that term; something in me instinctively opposes the idea that one person
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