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Kristen Stewart And Soko Split, Sad Face Emoji

Tiny friends, it is a sad day for our collective imaginary besties and/or collective imaginary girlfriends, as reports have circled that Kristen Stewart and Soko have split. We initially reported on them in March with incredible anticipation, even shaking our proverbial "lesbian phone tree" to get the scoop (it does exist; do not think for one moment it does not)…








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20 Incredible Spring Dresses Under $100

When it comes to planning what to buy for our spring wardrobes, the first thing that pops to mind is likely that perfect, breezy dress for the warm and sunny days ahead. What goes better with the changing weather than some new dresses to frolic around in? From sleeveless to bell-sleeved and off-the-shoulder styles, we rounded up 20 of the cutest dresses of the season…

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Why Ruby Rose Could Only Be The Face Of Urban Decay Now

A few years ago, while I was working as a beauty editor at a different publication, I was getting a blowout at a salon in the West Village when my hairstylist said, “I was thinking about how lonely it must be to be you.”  I raised my eyebrows, wondering what element of my life he imagined to be lonely…

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10 Black Cross-Body Bags You Can Wear Every Day

With summer vacations coming up, you should all be on the lookout for a bag that can fit just your essentials. Whether you're exploring a new city or simply headed to the beach and boardwalk, no one wants to lug around a huge bag with things you don't actually need for hours on end…


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James Blake Is Dropping His New Album Tonight

We are still recovering from the emotional wrecking ball that was Beyoncé's Lemonade, have barely had enough time to devote our full attention to Drake's Views, and now James Blake is about to throw us over the edge. The British producer/songwriter made a guest appearance on Annie Mac’s BBC Radio 1 show to announce that he will be releasing his album The Colour In Anything tonight at 8pm EST…

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This Artist Is Transforming The Idea Of Comic Books

The following feature appears in the May 2016 issue of NYLON. In Bushwick, Brooklyn, in the basement of a house on a corner lot with a real yard, illustrator Aidan Koch stands in her studio holding a cat named Turtle as she leafs through a set of drawings on a drafting table…


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20 Times Celebrities Threw The Darkest Shade

Thanks to the rise of drag culture within the mainstream, the notion of shade has become, for better or worse, prevalent within today’s vernacular. Not to be confused with the art of reading, it is best defined by Dorian Corey in Paris Is Burning…

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Your Guide To A Perfect 24 Hours In New York City

“New York is,” Truman Capote, the genius behind Breakfast at Tiffany's and other odes to the Big Apple, once said, “the only real city-city.” Indeed, between the Bowery, Upper West Side, the Cloisters, West and East Villages, downtown, and surrounding boroughs, there’s never not something to do, see, or experience…