The Medium Skin-Friendly Pick 2 HR Express Self Tanning Mousse Loving Tan ulta.com $39.95 Most tanners are unfortunately created with fair-skinned people in mind, but brands like Loving Tan are making the tanner market more inclusive. If you have medium to deep skin, try this self tanner which comes in darker hues. You get immediate results, and
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Techy, tricked-out trainers are par for the course with today’s sneaker trends. So, if you really want to take your footwear game in a bold new direction, look to the past, not the future, for inspiration. Eye-popping coloured suede, ice-white mesh, foamy midsoles and simple styling. Retro running shoes aren’t going to win any prizes
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Yes, berets. Stand to attention, arty-intellectual, comedy Frenchman who’s just missing a baguette, berets. But before you go anywhere, hear us out. There’s been a veritable array of berets over the past few seasons. Designers from high-fashion establishment Prada to streetwear provocateur Gosha Rubchinsky, Louis Vuitton to Grace Wales Bonner via Missoni and Alexander McQueen
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Lisette PooleGetty Images Thick hair is the total dream, right? That said, hormonal changes, aging, and dyeing can damage and weaken your hair, causing it to thin out. Whether you’re worried about your hair thinning or just dreaming of thicker, healthier strands, there are thankfully so many options available to help. We’ve pulled together some
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Jessie Dungarees People Tree peopletree.co.uk $186.00 People Tree’s collections are made of organic cotton, TENCEL™ Lyocell and responsible wool, and are free of harmful dyes. The brand doesn’t consider the artisans, farmers, and producers they recruit to create its handmade and hand-embroidered pieces as “employees,” they’re ”partners.” People Tree “partners” are treated fairly and given fair wages, good working conditions, and
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Men have endured many trends. Flares, curtains hairstyles, laddism, little goatee beards, gym culture, lumbersexuality. One trend that’s on the rise, not based on a style or taste, but because of the changing face of masculinity, is men’s interest groups. The conversation around men and modern masculinity has opened up conversations about mental health, male
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Gustavo Papaleo /Guardian /e​ye/Redux The journey to this Gwendoline Christie interview starts where she does—in London. Woolmark has invited 12 designers to compete for their prestigious international fashion prize in the UK capital, and Christie is one of the judges. She meets with candidates like Brandon Maxwell and Angel Chen, reviews their designs, and hotly
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