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There's a big difference between on-trend decor and trend-obsessed decor. One braided Moroccan rug might give your space the dose of cool it needs, but find yourself with a few too many Lucite pieces, antler knickknacks, and fiddle leaf fig trees, and your home can go from jaw-dropping to eye-roll-inducing. But, one guy who always manages to find that balance between timelessness and trendiness is Nate Berkus, whose expansive Target collaboration lines always include a couple of pieces we pick up each season.
This spring, Berkus tapped into some buzzy home-decorating fads — heavy-set geode shapes, '70s macramé-style fringe, and bleach-splattered textiles, to name a few — that feel light and spring-appropriate, but not saccharine. Click through to see the entire (affordable!) collection, and start adding to your mental shopping carts in anticipation of its February 17 drop date.
Winter is not exactly beauty's best friend. One of the only beauty bonuses courtesy of chilly weather: less-frequent shaving, for those of us who choose to do so at all. We've stowed away our skirts and shorts in favor of pants and leggings, so most days, a “What’s the point?” attitude makes total sense.
In 2014, Kanye West went from rapper to adjective. He's been A-list for quite some time, but this year we saw a sharp transition in the way people talk about him. Comments went from "Look what Kanye said" to "How Kanye is that?" Now, Kanye is a lifestyle. He's the tortured artist to a point of self-parody. He is larger read