Andreas Milano

In Praise of Steve McQueen’s Post-Hollywood Hermit Style

It is an undisputed fact that Steve McQueen is a style icon. In menswear circles he’s revered as a god of sorts, continuously referenced for his ability to bring a certain coolness to whatever he was wearing, whether it was a three-piece suit or shawl cardigan. His legacy as “The King of Cool” remains evident in the enduring popularity of his most recognizable pieces — Barracuta’s G9 Harrington jacket, Persol’s 714 sunglasses — with people still purchasing them today in the hopes of capturing even an ounce of what he had.

But this particular McQueen is reflective of a version

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Pitt students share fashion, college experiences and celebrity encounters on TikTok

With so many apps to pick from and so much content to then peruse, there are seemingly limitless choices for how to spend our time on our phones. But TikTok, the video social networking app, is the app of choice for millennials and Gen Z alike.

People spend hours on it, and Pitt students are no exception. In fact, many students have taken advantage of it and made themselves TikTok creators, with videos varying from college oriented-topics to viral dances. 

TikTok accounts come in all shapes and sizes, each with their own audience for a specific kind of content.

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J&J suits up in blue to raise prostate cancer awareness at virtual New York Fashion Week

J&J’s Janssen is suiting up again for prostate cancer awareness. In blue suit jackets, that is, with celebrities and well-known models virtually hitting the runway in the Blue Jacket Fashion Show during New York Fashion Week.

Now in its fifth year, the event this Thursday, sponsored by Janssen Oncology in support of the Prostate Cancer Foundation, takes on a new emphasis focusing on racial disparities and underserved communities.

Prostate cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in Black men—and a person of color is twice as likely to die from the disease as a white man, Rodney Gillespie, vice president

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Is Amazon’s Just Walk Out Tech A Glimpse of Things To Come?



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The world of shopping has definitely been shifted towards ecommerce in recent times. More and more people are shopping online and enjoying the convenience of having everything they need delivered to their doorstep. Statista predicts that ecommerce is expected to reach $1.2 trillion in sales this year. However, despite online shopping growth, brick and mortar stores aren’t being neglected in the technological upheaval. New technology from Amazon’s Just Walk Out enables shoppers to walk out of a store with their goods without waiting in lines, going to a cashier, or interacting with store employees if they don’t want

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Official Apple Health Hardware and Accessories Are Coming Soon

As part of Apple’s continuing push into revolutionizing personal health and fitness, it looks like the company could soon begin selling actual health accessories designed to work with the Apple Watch, iPhone, and HealthKit.

A new job listing, first spotted by MyHealthyApple, pretty much comes right out and admits that Apple is looking to develop “Apple-branded Health Hardware products,” with the listing looking for an Engineering Project Manager who would lead the initiative.

While Apple has been building an extensive team of doctors and engineers for its health technologies group over the years, most of these

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Angelina Jolie selling off pricey gift from Brad Pitt

That Winston Churchill painting Angelina Jolie is selling at auction for millions was bought for her by Brad Pitt as a gift, sources familiar with the sale tell Page Six.

Pitt, 57, and Jolie, 45, are still embroiled in a never-ending divorce battle after announcing their split in 2016. Reports have not said why Jolie is unloading the artwork.

The 1943 Churchill painting was last bought from New Orleans antiques dealer M.S. Rau for $2.95 million in 2011 by an unnamed buyer, and ended up in the Jolie Family Collection. Sources tell Page Six the buyer at the time was

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