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BELLA HADID JUST WORE A STUNNING ARCHIVAL ALAÏA DRESS
Bella Hadid isn’t just someone who lives in the fashion world — she absolutely loves it, too. She is no stranger to trotting out vintage pieces, and her latest was this gorgeous navy blue gown from the iconic Tunisian designer. To quote Cher from Clueless, “You don’t understand, this is an Alaïa!” READ MORE
AVRIL LAVIGNE LET YUNGBLUD GIVE HER A HAIRCUT
The Y2K icon has been experimenting with her signature punk princess look in new ways. She tried out scene kid raccoon tail hair earlier this year and has most recently been sporting bright orange extensions. Now, the musician switched up her hair for a new — and slightly shocking — choppy style, courtesy of Yungblud. READ MORE
THE LONELY ROAD: TOURING DURING COVID
Touring and merch — particularly, merch sold at shows — tend to comprise the majority of musicians’ income, so it was a necessary evil to head back out on the road for those who might’ve preferred to stay home and keep themselves safe. But a lot had changed since the shutdowns, and musicians and bands soon realized the touring world was altered; competition hit an all-time high and available resources nosedived. With musicians like Santigold fully canceling tours due to logistical (and emotional) hurdles, the future of live music is still hanging in the air. READ MORE
The Studio Ghibli Theme Park Is Finally Here
If you are a bit tired of Disney but love visiting theme parks, a very cool — and long-anticipated — one is here. Studio Ghibli, the famed Japanese animation studio that brought us hand-drawn treasures like Spirited Away and Howl’s Moving is opening a theme park in Japan — about 90 miles outside of Kyoto, to be exact. Here’s when it will open to the public, in case you want to set some price alerts on flights. READ MORE
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