Giambattista Valli Is Bringing the Drama to H&M

Gareth Cattermole/amfARGetty Images Giambattista Valli has mastered the art of excess. The fashion darling is known for his delectably over-the-top, jaw-dropping designs that have been worn by Jennifer Lopez, Zendaya, Rihanna, and other A-listers. But thanks to Valli’s new collaboration with H&M, we can all live out our own glamorous, Disney princess fairytale IRL. Pascal…

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10 One-Piece Swimsuits That Aren’t Just Good, They’re on Sale

Summer unofficially kicks off this weekend, which means we’ll be transitioning into swimsuit-only attire very soon. And the best way to justify yet another swim purchase is telling yourself a one-piece swimsuit can be worn off the beach (with jeans, of course.) We rounded up our current faves—including all the best designers like Solid &…

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How to Care for Your Hair…Down There

How do I care for my pubic hair without giving myself a yeast infection? Is there anything I can do besides washing in the shower? I’ve noticed there are now oils and creams on the market, but I am wary based on past experience. — Franny [Have a question about women’s health? Ask Dr. Gunter…

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To Fight Deadly Candida Auris, New York State Proposes New Tactics

New York State health officials are considering rigorous new requirements for hospitals and nursing homes to prevent the spread of a deadly drug-resistant fungus called Candida auris. The requirements could include mandatory pre-admission screening of patients believed to be at-risk and placing in isolation those patients who are infected, or even those just carrying the…

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22 Pairs of Sneakers That Are Actually Comfortable

Championed by designers from Chanel to Balenciaga and Prada, sneakers have far exceeded function. But that doesn’t mean you don’t want a comfy pair at the end of the day. Whether your look is a sleek low-top, retro silhouette, chunky sole, or sporty knit, no wardrobe is complete without a comfortable sneaker. Ahead, our favorites…

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How to Throw a Celebratory Spring Dinner Party

The chef and artist Laila Gohar moved to New York City 10 years ago, but it was only recently that she began to feel a longing for home. Gohar was born and raised in Cairo — where winters are mild, and summers come hot and quick — and makes a living creating interactive installations at…

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My Miscarriage Cured My Fear of Childbirth

My iPhone’s Face ID function stopped recognizing me the day after my miscarriage, a hilariously modern alert that I’d never be the same person again. My cruel phone was home to three apps that informed me of every aspect of my pregnancy: The fetus was the size of a strawberry, recently graduated from raspberry status,…

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Summer for One

May 23, 2019 Summer is all about blissful long days, laidback luxuries, celebrating the simple pleasures in life, and, usually, spending unfiltered time with friends and family. While the latter is nice, it can also become overwhelming during a season where freedom is the ultimate goal. Frankly, spending too much together time isn’t always dreamy.…

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‘Halston’ Review: The Designer as Unsolved Mystery

Sometimes a documentary doesn’t know when to leave well enough alone. It’s got access to all of the important people, who come through as their most maximal selves. It’s got a good story to tell and a life to unpack and tons of old photographs and miles of archival footage to delight, intrigue and astound.…

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Despite Eye Rolls, Good Sancerres Rise Above the Sniping

A small group of ubiquitous wines occupies the paradoxical territory of being well known, highly popular and often reviled. Mostly, these are wines in which the name of the grape or the appellation have become so pervasive as to essentially become brand names. You know them well: pinot grigio, chardonnay, Prosecco, Sancerre, just to name…

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