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We recycle. We reuse. Hell, we've even composted. Mother Nature lovers though we are (one caveat: We don't have that annoying disclaimer at the end of our signature), sometimes nothing beats the thrill of opening a thick envelope to find a card that's more keepsake, less a piece of paper. And, when it comes to New York Fashion Week — those seven days that make our mailman's biceps bigger—we've never loved the postal service more.
This season, invites crossed our desk in all shapes and sizes (and not all made from pulp), from a plane ticket to a pink toothbrush to a poster-sized fold-out that's already at the framer. The designers who put a stamp on a Xerox with some Arial font, however? We'd prefer an email.
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Sometimes, you don't need words. Whether you're communicating abiding love with a gentle squeeze of the hand, or sending the panicked glance that says I wonder if the whole room heard that fart? — we get the message, loud and clear.
With the advent of emoji, we've all gotten better at showing and not telling. Who read
It's easy to forget that Kylie Jenner is only 17. (Yes, she's 17.) Over the past year, Jenner's style has matured and her personal life has become increasingly more public. In short, she's not your typical high schooler. But, at the end of the day, there's one thing that unites all teenagers: trendy clothes. In fact, read