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Fickle Friends Will Make A "Cry Baby" Out Of You

The act of crying is typically associated with sadness, but there are other reasons someone can cry out of—frustration, exhaustion, even laughter. That said, typically, none of these emotions promise tears; crying sometimes just ends up being an unpredictable thing…




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The New Rules Of Dating In The Digital Age

Despite all of the books, movies, columns, and studies that exist about dating, it's still, generally, a really confusing process. There's no formula for the "right" way to date, especially now that technology is a third wheel in establishing our romantic relationships…





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20 Fall Sneakers That Are Anything But Basic

New York Fashion Week is quickly approaching, and while we’re busy planning out our outfits for the occasion, there’s one thing we know: the only shoes we’ll be wearing all week long are sneakers. Long gone are the days of wearing heels while running from show to show—and we're grateful for it…

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Zara Rips Off Yet Another Designer

Fast fashion retailer Zara is under plagiarism fire yet again. Just last month, indie artist Tuesday Bassen made headlines after calling out the label for copying her pin designs (also, in part, due to Zara’s very poor response to her accusations)…




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Courtshop Is Reimagining The Classic Blue Jean

It's a sartorially universal fact: Denim is a tried and true basic that has withstood the test of time. I mean, almost every great closet was built on a killer blue jean, right? Well, forget what you thought you knew about denim—Courtshop is here to reinvent the staple…


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Eileen Myles' Poetry Album Is Sloppy, Sexy, And Overly Intimate

The 36 poems included in the new Eileen Myles poetry record, Aloha / irish trees, are either “new” or “pretty old,” as the linear notes inform us, with no in-between. It’s fitting that the poems on the record be this extreme combination, as it's something that exemplifies the idea of a poetry record itself: Though the concept of a poetry record was first introduced in the 1950s through Caedmon Records, the idea that someone in 2016 might want to create a vinyl record of poems feels somewhat novel…