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Why I Love It When Women Fight

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Why I Love It When Women Fight

Female feuds are more than just “catfights.”

Cut Shopping Pick:
Poler Tourist Pack
You can wear it as a fanny pack, or a backpack.

Famous Guests Were Reportedly Warned Not to Go to Fyre Festival in Advance

“They called all the A-list names and the modeling agencies and told them not to come.”

Viola Davis Credits African Tribeswomen for Her Acting Career

Viola Davis knows how to give a good speech.

Mona Lisa’s Face Was Everywhere at the Louis Vuitton Party Last Night

A new pop-up store features the brand's collaboration with artist Jeff Koons.

Sylvan Esso Loves to Cry in Whole Foods

Their new album, What Now, might make you do the same.

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Marieyat Black Bex Thong
A high-waist thong.

5 Non-Ugly, Highly Effective Minimizing Bras

Because tailoring clothes can get expensive.

Stories Inspired by the Vanity Fair International Best-Dressed List Poll

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Trump Is Appointing a Prominent Anti-Abortion Activist to a Top Health and Human Services Job

Charmaine Yoest is the former president of Americans United for Life.

The Biggest Fashion Misses of the Met Gala Over the Years

Bunny ears, flame headdresses, bullfighter outfits, and more.

Life Lessons From the Great Fyre Festival Disaster

What we can all learn from a luxury music festival gone bust.

Megyn Kelly Spotted on the Set of Keeping Up With the Kardashians

Was she trying to get a Kylie lip kit?

Conspiracy Theorist Alex Jones Loses Custody Battle With Ex-Wife

Kelly Jones now has joint custody and can decide where the children will live.

Aidy Bryant Thought Her Fiancé’s Marriage Proposal Was a Joke

She revealed her engagement on Late Night With Seth Meyers.

Don’t Follow Pippa Middleton’s ‘Extremely Restrictive’ Wedding Diet

An expert warns the Sirtfood Diet isn’t good for you.

The Model Who’s Team Birkenstocks With Socks

Talking to up-and-coming talent Jet about fashion, breakfast, Instagram, and turtles.

Massachusetts Is Trying to Inject Some Sanity Into the Teen-Sexting Panic

Governor Charlie Baker doesn’t want minors getting charged with child pornography — something that happens with disturbing frequency.

A Baby Showed Up to the NFL Draft

How sports!

Cut Shopping Pick:
Georg Jensen Helena Tea Egg
This tea strainer, made in collaboration with Spanish jewelry designer Helena Rohner, is practically a piece of art.


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