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The Patronizing Questions We Ask Women Who Write

"What does your kid think?" "Are you going to regret this?" "Does your mom know?"

The Cut’s Shopping Pick: Floral-Print Stretch-Silk Dress

For a chic after-hours dress with some subtle sex appeal, this halter dips low but nips nicely at the waist.

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"A report came out that people who lived the longest had a cup of beans a day."

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The 12 Trends You’ll Want to Wear Next Fall

Vinyl! Leopard print! Fancy puffy coats!

The Cut’s Shopping Pick: Claudia Embossed-Leather Sling-Back Flat

There's no point in limping around at the office when you can get sophisticated flats that look just as good as any heels.

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Your Depression and Anxiety Might Make Your Kid a Picky Eater

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M.A.C’s New Lipstick Can Withstand Most Snacks

And celebrity makeup artists, bloggers, and beauty editors all love it.

Wearing a Thong That Wasn’t Bedazzled Is Rihanna’s Greatest Regret

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Let Padma Lakshmi Give You Some Great Dating Advice

"I don’t think I would date somebody who didn’t consider himself a feminist."

Literally Nobody Wants to Go to Baby Showers

We asked a bunch of dads.

The Beauty Boutique With a $750 Face Cream

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Sorry to Dr. Mike, But Having a Hot Doctor Would Be the Worst

It might be the only way to meet him, but it's not worth it.

David Bowie, Marc Jacobs, and The Row Honored at the CFDA Nominations

Kim Kardashian has to wait.

Hot New Wedding Trend: a Giant Purse

Miranda Kerr demonstrates.

Preview Spring’s Most Enticing Design Books

Three volumes that Wendy Goodman can't stop paging through.

First the Breakup. Then the Screenshots.

Digital artifacts feel less serious yet more scandalous than physical objects.

Texas Rep Has No Time to Focus on Abortion Law When Magic Still Isn’t a ‘National Treasure’

We need to focus on the real issues: magic.

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