Hospital workers at Strong Memorial Hospital in Rochester help make the wedding day for a couple of Buffalo police officers special, all while taking care of the groom in the ICU.
Davis claims she had neither knowledge nor control over the accessories used in a fashion show, and was targeted as a scapegoat.
From James Bond to The Bride, we count down the most hard-nosed heroes (and vengeful villains) in film history.From Esquire
- Women's Health
Look at them grow.
- Marie Claire
Plus, a few truly wild secrets about the "boom boom room."From Marie Claire
The new creative director discusses his debut collection, the brand's millennial legacy, and Generation Z.
While the rest of us have been slouching around the house in loungewear that ranges from found-at-the-back-of-our-PJ-drawer boxers to newly purchased, pastel-hued co-ords for the last year, Kate Moss was doing things differently. No, the supermodel hasn’t spent the pandemic suited and booted — her eternal appeal lies somewhere in the idea that she is, in fact, very normal. But her lockdown look far exceeds ours. For i-D’s latest blockbuster print issue, themed “The Utopia In Dystopia,” Moss graces the cover in a smiley-print vintage T-shirt. Inside, you’ll find a rare Q&A with the model. The editorial, shot by cult photographer Jamie Hawkesworth, sees her relaxing in a striped armchair in a slew of collectible vintage T-shirts courtesy of stylist Max Pearmain’s personal collection. The tees range from a 1994 Jenny Holzer number to a 1999 piece from legendary hip hop collective and record label Ruff Ryders. For Moss, her most treasured possession is “an old Fleetwood Mac T-shirt.” Whether your favorite vintage T-shirt is from a sweaty gig, the gift shop of an exhibition, stolen from your ex, or emblazoned with a political slogan, the nostalgia of a one-of-a-kind, keepsake T-shirt is irreplaceable. While the throwback item is forever inspiring fashion — just look to Gucci’s Donald Duck and Mickey Mouse collectibles, or Paco Rabanne’s retro postcard-inspired pieces — the vintage knit is having a particularly big moment right now. Rowing Blazers recently revived Princess Diana’s slogan knits of choice, one reading, “I’m A Luxury Few Can Afford”. Elsewhere, Rodarte is looking to the motifs of metalhead merch for its sweatshirt selection. As it turns out, when we’ve all been wearing face masks and missing IRL communication more than ever, saying it with your chest really is best. Post-lockdown, though, it seems as if Moss is looking forward to throwing off her comfort-wear and dressing up just as much as we are. When asked what she’s going to wear once attending a proper party is allowed, she responds: “Something chiffon that I can waft around in.” Now that’s the kind of post-lockdown cocktail party we want to be invited to. Alongside Moss, i-D‘s “The Utopia In Dystopia” multi-issue launch featured fellow ’90s supermodel Naomi Campbell and American rapper Travis Scott, who recently took over a newsstand in Los Angeles and sold merch — tees included — directly to his fans. Issue 362 of i-D, “The Utopia In Dystopia”, is available here now. Like what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?Naomi Campbell & Kate Moss Walked Fendi's RunwayShop Kate Moss’s Closet For CharityKaia Gerber, Kate Moss Front Stella McCartney Ad
Look back on the eternal Hollywood "it" girl's impressive evolution.From Redbook
It's unknown whether other original cast members will also revive their roles.
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Something to look forward to. Originally Appeared on Condé Nast Traveler
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- The Telegraph
Festival season is on! Following the Government’s roadmap announcement – which gives the go-ahead for indoor performances and smaller events from May 17 (with social distancing), and large-scale events from June 21 – multiple organisers have now confirmed their festivals for 2021. Here is our guide to events this summer, and beyond. (Events are subject to change, for obvious reasons.) Which festivals are taking place in 2021? Reading and Leeds The twin festivals are still scheduled to take place on August 27-29, at Richfield Avenue in Reading and Bramham Park in Leeds. They feature big acts like Stormzy, Lewis Capaldi, Liam Gallagher, Post Malone and Queens of the Stone Age. Tickets are now on sale. Bigfoot The UK’s first ever craft beer music festival had to postpone its inaugural edition last year, but is now confirmed for June 18-20. Held in the grounds of Ragley Hall, Warwickshire, it’s headlined by Primal Scream and Hot Chip Megamix. Tickets are on sale. Wilderness The Oxfordshire festival is scheduled for August 5-8, and you can book tickets now – although the line-up hasn’t been announced yet. But the event is definitely a go, with the Wilderness Twitter saying yesterday: “The sweetest moments are worth waiting for, we’ve missed you.” Wireless The popular festival is pencilled in for July 2-4 in London’s Finsbury Park. Music acts are still TBC, but organiser Melvin Benn said that the event should be able to go ahead as long as the Government’s roadmap out of lockdown goes to plan – so watch this space...
Hoping my 10 followers will think I’m cool.From Redbook
Adding some sequins, leopard and bandana prints here and there, outerwear companies elevated puffer jackets to statement pieces.
June (Elisabeth Moss) is back and ready to take on Gilead, no matter the cost.Hulu just dropped a brand-new trailer for The Handmaid’s Tale...
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“A misunderstanding of the situation led the library to close for two days,” a university spokeswoman said.
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The possibilities are endless, but we narrowed it down.Originally Appeared on Condé Nast Traveler
- Woman's Day
After over 30 years, the sitcom and its lead stars are back!
- Harper's Bazaar
Looking forward to fall.