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You probably recognize the faces in this slideshow, but probably not because you've seen them IRL — they come straight out of your dreams. With mugs so magical, it's easy to see why these models might be the faces that will help define these upcoming seasons in fashion. And, for the first time, these models come from all read
Though we may want to know exactly what's in the beauty products we're using, reading the labels on the back of bottles can cause major anxiety. Ingredient lists can often feel as long as our college essays, and they're almost impossible to understand. While we're not necessarily saying fewer is best — because that's read
A Hispanic man in San Antonio is dead, and law enforcement officials have spent the past six days trying to explain why sheriff's deputies shot and killed him even though video shows the man standing with his hands up before he was shot. Bexar County Sheriff Susan Pamerleau said Thursday that a second video of the read
Elisabeth Egan is the books editor at Glamour. Her first novel, A Window Opens, was just published by Simon & Schuster. Twenty years ago this month, I sat down in the backyard with my dad to go over my first-ever résumé. I wanted to work in publishing, but my only relevant experience was from one summer internship at a read
We may be in mid-August, but that doesn't mean the New York City heat has eased up. In fact, we'd go as far as to say that these past few days have taken heat and humidity to peak levels of grossness. We're hot. We're sticky. And while our bodies are pretty much begging us to shack up all day in an air-conditioned office, read