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Fashion Is Moving Too Fast, and It’s Killing Creativity

Raf Simons is far from the first to decry the breakneck pace of the industry.

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An ornate take on this season's texture trend.

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An argument against gendered interviews.

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Kim Gordon Hung Out With an Owl

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Outfit of the Week: A Cozy Sweater and Work-Friendly Skirt

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Bacon Causes Cancer. It Also Causes Happiness.

The World Health Organization has spoken out against processed meat.

Beyoncé and Ciara Dress Up As Very Convincing Superheroes

Paging Marvel.

Cheap Thrill: A Bright, Sensible Leather Bag

Saddle up.

On the Enduring Legacy of The Ballad of Sexual Dependency

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