The Oscars Red Carpet Is Living Again

Oscars night comes at the end of a five-month marathon of fasting and training and dressing up as Dream Date Barbie (or Ken) again and again, each event bringing the stars a bit closer to summiting the Everest that is awards season. “The end is in sight,” said Elizabeth Saltzman, a celebrity stylist best known…

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Pink Dresses Emerge as the Biggest Red Carpet Trend at 2019 Oscars

Forget the red carpet. Celebrities entering tonight’s Oscars ceremony turned it into a pink carpet. From bold bright fuchsia to paler shades of blush and almost-nude, the color reigned supreme over the evening’s fashion choices. Tidying guru Marie Kondo sparked joy in her flower-studded Jenny Packham dress: Getty ImagesJeff Kravitz Meagan Good selected a Grecian-goddess-meets-Winter-Olympics…

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When Will the End of Gender Arrive on the Red Carpet?

The 2019 Oscars red carpets got off to an exciting start early with the arrival of the actor Billy Porter in a flowing Christian Siriano design. Image Billy Porter, being adjusted on the red carpet.CreditJosh Haner/The New York Times The designer tweeted out video of the gown in action. Then Mr. Porter went off to…

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All the Looks From the 2019 Oscars Red Carpet

The Oscars, the grand finale of 2019’s award season, has begun. And celebs have brought some of their most show-stopping fashion to the Academy Awards’ red carpet. Glitzy dresses! Sharp suits! Here, what everyone, from Lady Gaga to Emma Stone, are wearing on one of Hollywood’s biggest nights.

Fashion Review: No Sex, No Politics, No Risk

MILAN — The awards red carpet is not the only fashion show that seems to have fallen relatively silent on the subject of #MeToo: the runways, which in recent seasons focused broadly on a redefinition of female empowerment, at least as far as it relates to image, have almost entirely dropped that theme. Indeed, as…

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Medical News Today: Onions and garlic could protect against cancer

Aside from their ability to inject deep flavor into almost any meal, onions and garlic might also protect against cancer, according to a recent study. A recent study adds to the evidence that allium vegetables reduce cancer risk. Garlic, onions, leeks, chives, and shallots are classed as allium vegetables. They are grown throughout much of…

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Medical News Today: What diet is best for older adults?

A new study has revealed that a diet rich in protein and low in calories can help older adults with obesity lose more weight while maintaining muscle mass and improving bone density. Losing weight as an older adult presents some challenges. Older adults often lose bone density and muscle mass when they concentrate on shedding…

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Julia Ward, Bryant Rich

Julia Niles Ward and Bryant Anthony Rich were married Feb. 23 at the Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church in New York. The Rev. Kate Dunn, a Presbyterian minister, officiated. The bride, 32, is the manager of workplace strategy in New York for New York Road Runners. She graduated from Davidson College and received a masters of…

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Pooja Patel, Alastair Rami

Pooja Patel and Alastair Eric Rami were married Feb. 22 at the Manhattan Marriage Bureau. Angel L. Lopez, a staff member of the city clerk’s office, officiated. On March 5, Jacob Ritter, an interfaith minister, is to lead the couple in an exchange of vows in a ceremony on the beach at the Phi Phi…

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Diana Won, Hassan Ansari

Diana Dae Yeon Won and Hassan Emaduddin Ansari were married Feb. 21 at the Manhattan Marriage Bureau. Angel L. Lopez of the city clerk’s office officiated. The couple met at the University of Michigan, from which the groom graduated and received a law degree, and each received a master’s degree in public policy. The bride,…

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