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A Guide to Non-Awkwardly Dealing With Money Differences Between Friends

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A Guide to Non-Awkwardly Dealing With Money Differences Between Friends

The advice is the same regardless of what your finances look like.

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They’re weighing on him.

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I Made Meghan Markle’s Engagement Chicken and Now I’m in Love

With myself.

Nicki Minaj Reveals the One Thing Cardi B Did That Hurt Her

“Up until this recent interview that she did, I had never seen her show me genuine love.”

Karl Lagerfeld Talks Death and His Enemies in a Wild New Interview

The 84-year-old designer has no filter in a Número magazine interview.

A Colorful Wedding at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden

The wedding-planning process was guided by a simple principle: “How can we make people say, ‘That wedding was rad!’?” says the groom.

Highlights From the First Week of Bill Cosby’s Retrial

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14 Delicate and Decadent Wedding Cakes

Whipped with all-white buttercream? Oozing rainbow candy? Choose your end of the cake spectrum.

Kim Kardashian West Says She Held Up Khloé’s Leg During Labor

How supportive!

Madonna on Butt Masks and How to Fight Ageism

“I don’t think about an approach to aging.”

Victoria Beckham Reluctantly Opens Up About the Royal Wedding

And whether she’ll be designing the wedding dress.

Editors' Pick:
Rebecca Minkoff Sorbonne Dress
This Rebecca Minkoff dress is a throwback to “’60s baby-doll-style frocks.”

 

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