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The glass ceiling is cracked, not broken.

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How do you even sit down in this?

A Couple Climbed This Massive Crane in China, Because Near-Death Experiences Are Apparently Very Romantic

Not your average date night.

Blue Ivy Wore an $11,000 Princess Dress to the VMAs

Do not try to outdress the spawn of Beyoncé.

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Proenza Schouler Red Leather Espadrilles
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This Might Be the Best Perfume Ad of All Time

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