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From Wedding Bells to Wedding Blues

It was after midnight when Kaitlin Chad Moss, her new husband, Jeremy Moss, and a handful of devoted wedding guests lingered as long as they could before they were politely informed that the celebration was over and it was time to go home. “That’s when it hit me,” said Ms. Moss, 29, who was married…

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America’s Abortion Rate Has Dropped to Its Lowest Ever

Abortion in the United States has decreased to record low levels, a decline that may be driven more by increased access to contraception and fewer women becoming pregnant than by the proliferation of laws restricting abortion in some states, according to new research. “Abortion rates decreased in almost every state and there’s no clear pattern…

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Marina Schiano, Distinctive Presence in the Fashion World, Dies at 77

Marina Schiano, who left home as a teenager in Italy to become a leading model before making an even greater impact as a fashion industry executive, stylist and confidant of designers and artists, died on Sept. 8 in Porto Seguro, Bahia, Brazil. She was 77. John Calcagno, a longtime friend, said the cause was complications…

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Ralph Lauren Is Releasing a Rachel Green Collection

It’s been 25 years since Friends first hit our screens, meaning it’s been 25 years since we first started coveting Rachel Green’s chic style. And, as all fans will know, the fashionista worked at both Bloomingdales and Ralph Lauren during her 10 years on the show – and the two have now teamed up with…

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Early Inflammation May Portend Early Death

Adolescents who show signs of body-wide inflammation may be at risk of early death decades later, researchers report. A study published in JAMA Pediatrics used blood samples from 106,000 healthy Swedish men, 16 to 20 years old, examined for compulsory military service. Their checkups included a test known as a “sed rate,” which is a…

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A Midweek Miracle Meal

Good morning. Two new recipes hit my inbox and if I can’t make either of them tonight, midweek in the high season of Back to School Reset, I’ve got them on call for the weekend, when I think they’ll land with great and delicious force. For Saturday night, I think I’ll go with Yotam Ottolenghi’s…

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‘Friends’ Is My Fashion Fetish

Friends is one of those time capsule shows. Its characters, their vernacular, their issues, and especially their clothing feel frozen in time—a nostalgic snapshot of the 1990s. To be honest, I was never really here nor there on the show. It’s been around for as long as I’ve existed and while I’ve never railed against…

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The Untold Story of Supreme Style

Sean Spicer, the former White House press secretary, is not the only contestant on the new season of “Dancing With the Stars” with a special kind of celebrity wattage. Mary Wilson, a founding member of the Supremes, is also a competitor — at age 75. Viewers should get ready for liberal lashings of old-school dazzle…

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Critics Love Prada. Shoppers Haven’t. What Now?

ImageMiuccia Prada at the Prada men’s fall 2019 show in Milan.CreditTristan Fewings/Getty Images Like moths to a flame, 800 of the most powerful people in fashion are expected swarm to a former gin distillery on the southern fringes of Milan on Wednesday afternoon. They will bat their wings at the doors of the Fondazione Prada,…

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