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A Conversation With Your Future Child About the 2016 Election

The latest fashion and beauty picks, political news, cultural analysis, career and relationship advice, and more from the Cut’s editors.
November 8, 2016
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A Conversation With Your Future Child About the 2016 Election

“Did you vote for the Great and Powerful Emperor Trump?”

Cut Shopping Pick:
Joie Adiel Velvet Slide
These slides pair with everything.

Jerry Lorenzo Used Religion to Sell Bieber Concert Tees

And created a new generation of worshipers in the process.

Rihanna’s Shirt Featuring Herself Wearing a Hillary Clinton Shirt Is the Most Meta Outfit of This Election

Best election gear we’ve seen so far.

Here’s How Kate McKinnon and Alec Baldwin Become Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump on Saturday Night Live

Behind the scenes with the SNL hair and makeup crew.

The Best Craigslist Ads Looking for Election Day Sex

Democracy at its finest.

Cut Shopping Pick:
Dior DiorSkin Nude Air Ultra-Fluid Serum Foundation
Natural-looking makeup.

Women Are Dressing Up to Vote and It’s Very Stylish

The pantsuit is having its day in the sun.

Both Donald and Eric Trump Were Caught Spying on Their Wives’ Ballots

Very nosy.

If This Woman Voted While She Was in Labor, You Can Vote on Your Lunch Break

A true hero.

Another Reason to Support Hillary: Mental-Health Care Without Stigma

Troian Bellisario says Hillary views mental health care as part of health care.

If Trump Wins, It’s Time to Burn the Girl-Power Playbook

Forget the feminist promise of meritocracy.

Ask a Boss: How Do I Survive a Job I Hate?

Focus on what you’re getting out of it.

And Taylor Swift Is Voting For …

Duh duh duh.

What in the World Is Angelina Jolie Doing?

The actress claims she and Brad Pitt have reached a custody agreement in their divorce.

Two Topless Women Were Arrested Protesting at Donald Trump’s Polling Site

One had “Trump, grab your balls” written on her chest.

Voting Has Been Surprisingly Emotional

Women on the staff of the Cut talk about a historic election.

How I Get It Done: Morgan DeBaun, Co-Founder and CEO of Content Platform Blavity

On knowing when to put her phone down, gaining stress weight, and seeing opportunity in everything.

Brock Collection Scoops Up the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Honors

Adam Selman and Krewe du Optic were the runners-up.

Cut Shopping Pick:
Hermès Galop d’Hermès Pure Perfume
A blend of roses and leather.


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