Andreas Milano

10 Amazon Products a Shopping Editor Is Buying This Month

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As someone who spends a good chunk of my day — and credit card — on Amazon, I pretty much always have an ongoing cart of things I want to test. I’d say half of the items I choose to purchase are based on personal needs, while the other half are things that have been recommended to me, or I’ve been influenced to get. And not to toot my own horn here, but

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Fashion of “Bridgerton” comes back into style

When “Bridgerton,” a Netflix original premiered at the end of 2020, it took the fashion scene by storm. The show, which takes place in 19th century London, follows the lives of the Bridgerton family, members of the aristocratic social class. One would think that fashion trends from 200 years ago could not possibly transition and work for today. However, that could not be further from the truth — brocade, elegant fabrics, long dress silhouettes and extravagant accessories can be found in any major fashion brand and publication this spring and summer season.

Throughout the past few years, mid-length dresses have

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Dalgona coffee: How to make the trendy whipped caffeinated beverage | The Independent

If you’ve been on social media in the last month, which is likely, chances are you’ve seen photos or videos of whimsical, fluffy-looking coffee.

Dalgona coffee, otherwise known whipped coffee or cloud coffee, is the newest social media craze – and the thousands of TikToks showing people making the drink make it clear why.

Unlike regular coffee, or even a latte, dalgona coffee stands out because of its frothy top – made by whipping instant coffee with sugar and water, which results in a visually appealing fluffy light brown foam that is then spooned over milk.

The trend apparently started

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True Story of the 1973 Battle of Versailles Fashion Show in Halston

Donna Karan called her “the mother of the industry.” Mussolini once reportedly called her “a bitch,” but that’s neither here nor there. If there’s one title fashion publicist Eleanor Lambert earned, it’s “legend.” She created New York Fashion Week, the Met Gala, the International Best Dressed List, and the Coty Awards over the course of her iconic 75-year career.

But, arguably, Lambert’s pièce de résistance was the Battle of Versailles fashion show, the day that American designers made the rest of the world feel their presence, arguably for the very first time.

Members of high society including Andy
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Barbara Stone, Modeling Agent to American Beauties, Dies at 87

In 1968, Cybill Shepherd, then just 18, won the pageant.

Cheryl Tiegs, the California girl who would go on to become a household name as the face of Cover Girl makeup, was in college when she met Ms. Stone. Ford was also wooing her, but she chose Stewart Models because, she said, Ms. Stone put her at ease:

“I was painfully shy and she was warm and took me under her wing. There were certain photographers about whom she would say, ‘No, I don’t want you going there.’ She would speak to my parents. That was helpful to the mothers

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The Zevro Cereal Dispensers Are a Viral TikTok Amazon Find

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If you haven’t stayed in a hotel since before the pandemic, you may be missing those small touches you just don’t get at home. That could be a mint on your pillow, towels folded in whimsical shapes, or an expansive breakfast buffet with all the cereal and pastry options of your dreams. Well, it turns out there is a way to bring that breakfast experience home, thanks to the Zevro cereal dispensers on

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