There are few things as concise as throwing a side-eye. It is, quite possibly, the most to-the-point expression of critical disapproval there is. For some, like Naomi Campbell, Ms. Wintour, and the gays, it's simply instinctual. You know, they're born that way. For others, it's an art that's nurtured from an early age. It requires finesse — a certain, how you say, je ne sais quoi. Lucky for you, side-eye grasshoppers, the compendium of visual shade is now yours to pore over and integrate into your everyday expressions. Use it wisely. Use it with care. The side-eye is a powerful weapon and must not be abused. God speed. May the sass be with you.
Whether or not we were invited to sit front row, many of us make up our minds about a fashion week show before the reviews even publish. Via livestreams, photo wires, and social media images — especially on Instagram — we've seen the first look, the Kendall look, and the finale look a half-dozen times within hours of read
Let’s be real: You should be reading books, and books by women, every month of the year. But, since March is Women’s History Month, you have a built-in excuse to check out a few titles by some of our greatest female writers. That women have contributed just as much to our literary culture as men doesn't even need to be read