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What I Learned From Losing My Mother When I Was 17

"I know mothers can cause people problems. But it’s hard to listen to people's bellyaches about how terrible their mother is."

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Klorane Gentle Dry Shampoo
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Caitlyn Jenner Will Reportedly Pose Naked on the Cover of Sports Illustrated

With her 1976 gold medal.

Alber Elbaz Finally Opened Up About Lanvin Last Night

"Since I left, I can't sketch anymore. I still have a huge scar on me."

Two L.A. Denim Stars on Their Versatile New Line

Talking with Emily Current and Meritt Elliott of the Great. 

Princess Charlotte Has a Pet Hamster Named Marvin

What a life.

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John Hardy Legends Naga Small Bracelet
This John Hardy bracelet is made in Bali and is inspired by the Naga, a serpent god.

Justin Trudeau Demonstrates How to Be a Non-Smarmy Male Feminist

The Canadian Prime Minister knows how it's done.

Why You Shouldn’t Make Fun of Lupita Nyong’o’s Hair

She's giving us a history lesson.

In a Bid to Fight Street Harassment, Prospect Heights Construction Crews to Don Colorful Hats

Problem solved!

Woody Allen: Changing Soon-Yi’s Life Has Been One of His Greatest Pleasures

"I provided her with enormous opportunities, and she has sparked to them."

The Artist Who Painted Trump With a Micropenis Says She Was Punched in the Face by a Trump Supporter

Masculinity is so fragile.

Erotic Theme Park Sounds Just As Stressful As Regular Theme Park

We'll sit this one out. 

This Airbrush Device Is Like a Keurig for Your Face

Just put in the pod and go.

Chloë Grace Moretz Blames Feud With Kim Kardashian on Jet Lag

She also prides herself on "having opinions."

Pour Out a Food-Court Icee in Memory of Aeropostale

Soon teens will have nowhere to shop.


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