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5 Artists on Making Sculptures

“All sculpture that I’m interested in knows that death is the inevitable conclusion.” Award-winning artist Antony Gormley sees art as the expression and generation of hope. Hear how he and five other artists work with sculpture.

One of the oldest artistic traditions, sculpture has been defined for centuries as the medium that operates in three dimensions. In this anthology, five very different sculptors shed light on their work. See American sculptor Richard Serra’s minimal incisions into nature, British artist Phyllida Barlow’s large-scale installations and British Turner Prize winner Antony Gormley who states that all the sculpture that he is interested in “knows that death is the inevitable conclusion.”

Also featured in this video are American artists Doug Aitken and Sarah Sze.

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Hear Jorge Drexler’s ‘Bridges Not Walls’ Anthem ‘Puentes’

Jorge Drexler has written a new song in support of the global movement to “build bridges, not walls.”
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Calvin Klein Launches Made-to-Measure Service

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Raf Simons’s couture sensibility is coming to America. The chief creative officer of Calvin Klein, who designed couture during his previous stint at Dior, will launch made-to-measure clothing and accessories services at Calvin Klein on April 1. The range, called Calvin Klein By Appointment, pledges to offer unique pieces, previously only made for celebrity clientele, to CK fans looking for a special slice of Simons’s creativity for themselves. “Calvin Klein is not only about iconic underwear and jeans—it’s about so much more,” said Simons in a release.

The line was announced on Saturday evening across Calvin Klein’s social media channels with a series of 15 women photographed in custom pieces by Willy Vanderperre, and styled by Olivier Rizzo. The cast of CK models include actress Millie Bobby Brown, Abbey Lee Kershaw, Kiki Willems, Lineisy Montero, Jamie Bochert, and Julia Nobis among others, each wearing a different piece, from Nobis’s tulle skirt to Bochert’s floral separates.

The imagery, meant to reflect the variety of American women and the trends of the ’20s through today, was rolled out simultaneously with the end of Women’s Marches around the world, in which more than 2 million women and men peacefully protested for equality. Calvin Klein touched on the movement obliquely, with one of the campaign shots showing Kershaw wearing a draped skirt in an American-flag print. Said Simons, “Calvin Klein By Appointment 1-14 [the name of the campaign] is very much about celebrating the American woman and American fashion.”

Creative director Pieter Mulier, who worked as Simons’s right hand at Dior, echoed the designer’s sentiments. “It is driven by character; it’s about a woman feeling empowered and being her own person in what she wears.”

The imagery also provided a hint as to what Simons’s vision of Calvin Klein looks like: sophisticated, slinky, sexy, ineffably cool, and with a little something for everyone.

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19 Places You Should Never, Ever Propose Marriage

There’s nothing more romantic than hearing the words “Will you marry me?” Unless, of course, those three words are uttered at McDonalds or some place similarly uninspired. Sorry, but no amount of Chicken McNuggets can redeem that situation. 

What other proposal locations should be avoided? Below, we’ve rounded up some of the funniest quips and real-life experiences from the trending Twitter hashtag #BadProposalLocations. 

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Twitter Offers Glimpse into Soul of Sean Spicer

Sean Spicer became a household name yesterday when he attacked the media for their lack of “facts” regarding President Trump’s inauguration attendance. While mostly political, rare tweets from Twitter account @seanspicer offer a glimpse into his soul. Here’s what I learned from the tweets of the current White House Press Secretary and Communications Director for President Donald Trump: Sean just wants followers, is ready for Christmas music in October, but loves a last minute holiday deal. He wonders if the purchase is even worth it when he sees how long the checkout line is.

Sean cracks jokes and loves bbq sauce. He fangirls over Missy Franklin, watches Matt Lauer on TODAY and mourns celebrities celebrities on Twitter.
He thinks Pauly Shore is “random” and staying home to cook can save money. He’s felt like the oldest person at the z100 Jingle Ball, maybe that’s why he loves to turn a simple “Happy Birthday” into a joke.

One of my favorite things about Sean is that he eats cookies as meals and pretends not to be phased by pop culture. Sean loves pop culture.

..but that couldn’t be further from the truth.

He rarely wears a seatbelt in a cab and he doesn’t always make sense..

..but he has a life, you know.

He loves Fridays.

He can be an introvert sometimes.

Sometimes.

He said something nice once.

He could really use a lottery win.

He doesn’t always get his socks right.

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Tom Brady Wore A Massive Coat, And The Internet Loved It

It was a cool 40 degrees during the AFC championship game Sunday night and New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady was just trying to keep warm. So he donned a coat that would have fit the Michelin Man.

Folks on Twitter could not get enough of Brady’s giant jacket, which inspired a fair amount of “Deflategate” jokes. 

There were other references, too.

But SB Nation seems to have figured out what was really going on:

The Patriots beat the Steelers 36-17, and will play the Atlanta Falcons in the Super Bowl on Feb. 5.

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Madonna Says Her Women’s March Speech Was Taken ‘Wildly Out Of Context’

Madonna used her speech at the Women’s March on Washington Saturday to share one strong message against President Donald Trump, but the next day found that one line was taken “wildly out of context.”

“Yes, I’m angry. Yes, I am outraged. Yes, I have thought an awful lot about blowing up the White House, but I know that this won’t change anything,” the singer said at the event, before continuing on to drop a few f-bombs ― to the crowd’s delight, if not cable news hosts’.

“Good did not win this election. But good will win in the end,” she continued in her remarks supporting women and marginalized groups.

Later, Madonna took a moment to clarify her statements over social media after garnering attention for the White House bit in particular. (“I mean, can you imagine saying that about President Obama?” White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus said on “Fox News Sunday.”)

“I am not a violent person, I do not promote violence and it’s important people hear and understand my speech in it’s entirety rather than one phrase taken wildly out of context,” the singer wrote.

She continued:

My speech began with “I want to start a revolution of love.” I then go on to take this opportunity to encourage women and all marginalized people to not fall into despair but rather to come together and use it as a starting point for unity and to create positive change in the world. I spoke in metaphor and I shared two ways of looking at things — one was to be hopeful, and one was to feel anger and outrage, which I have personally felt. However, I know that acting out of anger doesn’t solve anything. And the only way to change things for the better is to do it with love.

Reports that the Secret Service will be investigating the singer for her comments at the Women’s March that originated from a right-wing fringe blog appear unfounded.

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What We Saw At The Women’s March On Washington

WASHINGTON, D.C. ― “This is what democracy looks like,” chanted men, women and children as they marched down Constitution Ave. on Saturday Jan. 21. If democracy looks like the Women’s March on Washington, it looks energized, creative, diverse, joyous and ready to fight like hell for equality.

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The 10 Best Beauty Instagrams of the Week: Bella Hadid, Liv Tyler, and More

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When political tensions run high, there are plenty of ways to decompress, and this week’s best beauty Instagrams offered up relaxation inspiration in spades. Sofía Sanchez de Betak escaped the fray in favor of the snow, while models Toni Garrn and Georgia Fowler opted for a sun-seeking geataway in Turks and Caicos, their contrasting beach-blown waves bound in colorful scarves for the occasion. A reliable soak was the remedy for Suki Waterhouse—a sheet mask and ample pour of pale-pink bubble bath offering brightness in more ways than one—as Liv Tyler took a call (and a red-lipped selfie) from the comfort of her bed. And Bella Hadid inked each ankle with a delicate and diminutive feathered wing—because sometimes, when it’s time to let all the drama go, a bit of pain is the best way to gain.

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Amanda Seyfried Is Such A Low-Key Bride And We Love Her For It

Amanda Seyfried is gearing up for a big year in more ways than one. The actress is planning a wedding with fiancé Thomas Sadoski and the couple is expecting their first child together. 

In her cover interview for Vogue Australia’s February issue, Seyfried said, “I’ve never been excited by anything more in my life. And ready.”

But one thing is for certain: the “Mean Girls” actress isn’t going to let the planning process turn her into some kind of over-the-top celebrity bridezilla. 

“I don’t want to be the center of attention,” she told Vogue, according to E! Online. “I get to go to premieres and get dressed up all the time. I went to the Met Gala last year in a wedding gown designed by Riccardo Tisci; I’ve played a bride a billion times.”

And all these on-screen weddings, including “Mamma Mia,” “Les Mis” and “The Big Wedding,” have made her iffy on the whole traditional white dress thing. 

“I don’t want a white dress! I’ve worn so many of them,” Seyfried told E! News in 2015 back when she was dating actor Justin Long. “You know what I mean? The fact is, that kind of stuff is less about the ceremony and more about the commitment.” 

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Seyfried and Sadoski, who you may remember from HBO’s “The Newsroom,” first met while co-starring in the off-broadway play “The Way We Get By in 2015. They didn’t start dating until they reunited on the set of the movie “The Last Word,” which hits theaters in March. 

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Ian McKellen’s Women’s March Sign Said More Than Words Ever Could

Of course we’d expect Sir Ian McKellen’s sign at the Women’s March to be amazing, but few could have predicted how truly perfect it ended up being.

McKellen, who reportedly attended a London event held in solidarity with the Women’s March on Washington, brought a sign that included no words ― only an image of Sir Patrick Stewart, in the role of Star Trek’s Captain Picard, face-palming.

McKellen’s sign clearly references the hilarious, inspiring and well-documented friendship the two legendary actors share. This specific image has become a popular meme that people use to express total exasperation and disbelief with the idiocy of a person or a situation.

We can’t think of a better reaction to the status quo.

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14 Signs From The Women’s March To Honor Roe v. Wade’s 44th Anniversary

WASHINGTON, D.C. ― The Women’s March on Washington (and the hundreds of sister marches around the nation and world) took place the day before the 44th anniversary of Roe v. Wade

Many D.C. marchers proudly held signs calling for affordable and accessible reproductive healthcare for women. From the age-old rallying cry of “My body, my choice,” to more creative slogans such as “Leave your rosaries off my ovaries,” each sign was an important reminder of the positive impact Roe v. Wade had on so many women’s lives.

Here are 14 of our favorite: 

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Brandi Glanville dishes on her friendship with Kim Richards

Brandi Glanville stopped by the brand new BUILD Series NYC studio at 692 Broadway to discuss her reality show, “My Kitchen Rules.”

The unscripted cooking series pits celebrity duos against each other as they cook and critique each other’s food in Hollywood homes. Who is Brandi paired with? “Oh, our spouses fucked each other,” says Brandi in the show’s trailer. Brandi’s partner is Chef Dean Sheremet. Brandi reached out to her “ex-husband’s wife’s ex-husband” after booking the show because she is a, in her own words, “shit-stirrer.”

Fans of Bravo franchise “The Real Housewives” know Brandi from her stint on the Beverly Hills series. Brandi dished a little on the show at BUILD Series, including which housewife she is besties with in 2017. “I will always be a part of it. Not only because they flashback to me every fucking week. Is there a flashback check?”

For longtime Housewives fans, you might be surprised to hear Brandi is closest with Kim Richards. “Kim’s my neighbor, we live very close. I see her all the time.” Brandi also noted she is closer with Andy Cohen now that she is not working under him. When asked which housewife she was closest to, she discussed her friendship with Kim in greater detail. “I’m close with Kim. Yolanda and I are friendly, we text over birthdays and holidays, she’s not in Los Angeles much anymore. I see Kim all the time. She’s doing really well and I’m really happy for her.”

Brandi then shared a hilarious story about introducing your loved ones to a new lover. “[Kim Richards] was the first person to meet my new boyfriend. We were driving over to his place and I had to pull over and throw up because I was having a panic attack. I was worried, you know, Kim says some crazy shit and DJ is very normal. Boyfriend, the whole word, makes me ahh.”

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Watching Al Gore’s New Climate Change Doc Before Trump’s Inauguration Was Eerie

When I first realized Donald Trump’s inauguration would occur on the second day of the Sundance Film Festival, I felt relief. Instead of being glued to the inevitable Twitter meltdown as our nation plunges into an alarming new era, I could embrace toasty theaters at an event where art prevails. Phew. 

Upon arriving in snowy Park City on Thursday, the rose-color glasses I’d donned felt a bit more pallid. Reality had sunk in, and suddenly I wondered whether it was even appropriate to spend the weekend seeing movies while a new political order emerges in real time. Then I sat down for my first screening, “An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power,” and those glasses lost their focus altogether. 

“An Inconvenient Sequel” is Al Gore’s follow-up to “An Inconvenient Truth,” the Oscar-winning documentary that in 2006 electrified the debate surrounding climate change. “Truth,” a showcase for Gore’s PowerPoint lectures about the horrors of global warming, was an exercise in apprehension. “Fix this now, or we are doomed,” the movie screamed. Many, thankfully, listened. So many, in fact, that “An Inconvenient Sequel” is brimming with hope, sort of.

Now, listen. I’m a movie journalist. I can’t pretend to write this as a climate-change sage of any kind. But, as science-y as these documentaries are, they are surprisingly easy to understand, especially in tone. (Credit this time around is owed to directors Bonni Cohen and Jon Shenk, whose film reveals more about Gore than Davis Guggenheim managed in “An Inconvenient Truth.”) Yes, weather-related catastrophes have continued at frightening rates; just look at the recent floodings in Florida and Louisiana, or the shrinking Manhattan coastline predicted in “Truth.” But the sequel praises the world’s remarkable strides over the past 11 years, chiefly 2015’s United Nations conference in Paris, which resulted in a wide-ranging agreement to reduce greenhouse-gas emissions and prevent Earth’s temperatures from continuing to rise.

A sense of achievement pervades the movie ― and then, right as promise for the health of our planet swells, Trump gets elected. In the final scene, Gore sits at his laptop, watching the president-elect call climate change an “expensive hoax” and vow to withdraw from the Paris accord

When I checked my phone after “An Inconvenient Sequel” ended, another New York Times push notification about Trump’s links to Russian president Vladimir Putin had come though. More of the same. The next morning, after the former reality TV star was inaugurated, Twitter informed me that the Obama administration’s climate-change page had been removed from the White House website.

Suddenly the outcomes Gore and his allies had effected seemed lost to what we call the “transition of power.” What a way to begin Sundance, usually a joyful occasion about celebrating creativity.

At Thursday night’s premiere of the aptly titled Netflix dark comedy “I Don’t Feel at Home in This World Anymore,” Park City mayor Jack Thomas spoke of his town’s own efforts to combat climate change. Watching Thomas speak, it was hard to believe so much of the world beyond this little festival bubble would aggressively protest. 

On Friday morning, as journalists poured out of a press screening of “The Incredible Jessica James,” talk turned to Trump. I congregated outside the theater with a cabal of journalists, many of whom adored the movie (myself included), particularly because it offered comforting counter-programming to the inaugural speech we’d just avoided.

Starring Jessica Williams, “Jessica James” borrows familiar post-breakup romantic-comedy beats, but its voice is distinctly modern. Fictional Jessica is an aspiring New York playwright with a progressive worldview that implicitly opposes much of Trump’s rhetoric. At her younger sister’s baby shower, for example, the titular marriage-averse millennial gifts a self-illustrated picture book called Subverting the ABCs of the Patriarchal Paradigm.

The movie provided a charming 85-minute reminder of the inclusive landscape we assume Hillary Clinton’s presidency would have fostered. And then, as we stragglers went our separate ways, it was back to reality. The bubble had burst. Trump was our president. (Jessica Williams 2020.)

Less than 24 hours after the festival’s start, Sundance is in a weird mood. Yet, just like most of this fearful country, those of us in Park City must decide how to move forward. In “An Inconvenient Sequel,” Gore recalls having to do the same when the Supreme Court decided George W. Bush would be our president, and look how much progress Gore encouraged in the years since. If there’s relief from the chaos in these Utah mountains, maybe that’s OK. 

“An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power” opens in theaters June 28. “I Don’t Feel at Home in This World Anymore” hits Netflix on Feb. 24. “The Incredible Jessica James” is hoping to secure theatrical distribution at Sundance.

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One Direction Songwriter on Piano Guys’ ‘What Makes You Beautiful’ Cover at Inaugural Ball: It ‘Breaks My Heart’

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Look Inside Tonight’s Inaugural Balls

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This evening, the inauguration of President Donald Trump was celebrated with a host of inaugural balls. President Trump and his wife, First Lady Melania Trump—who wore a Herve Pierre gown—attended the three official balls organized by the Presidential Inaugural Committee. The Liberty and Freedom: The Official Presidential Inaugural Balls were both held in the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, while the Salute to Our Armed Services Ball took place at the National Building Museum. This was, however, a small number compared with the balls attended by previous incoming presidents and their first ladies. (For their own respective first inaugurations, President Barack Obama attended 10 balls in 2009, and President George W. Bush reportedly attended eight.) As is tradition, unofficial balls also took place throughout the city, where the president’s various supporters celebrated throughout the night. Above, a look inside the 2017 inaugural balls.

 

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15 Eye-Catching Engagement Rings That Will Have You Green With Envy

The grass is always greener when you’re wearing one of these drop-dead gorgeous engagement rings!

A white diamond is a classic choice, but we’re all for brides who opt for a unique stone in just about any color of the rainbow. Below, 15 gorgeous green engagement rings that will have you feeling like the heart-eyes emoji. 

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Jimmy Kimmel Vows To Grab ‘Pumpkin’ President Donald Trump ‘By The Guts’ For The Next 4 Years

Jimmy Kimmel has shared his plan of action for Donald Trump’s presidency.

The late night host said that since Trump was now president, people were asking if he would “continue to make fun of the most powerful man on earth.”

“And the answer is ‘yeah, of course,’” he revealed Friday.

“I’ve not had it easy, for the last eight years I’ve been forced to make jokes about the First Lady’s vegetable garden,” said Kimmel. “You think I’m not going to grab this pumpkin by the guts and shake it until the seeds pop out? You’re damn right I am.”

Check out the full segment above.

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Melania Trump Wears A White Off-The-Shoulder Gown To The Inaugural Ball

First lady Melania Trump made her debut at the inaugural ball Friday night, and as expected, stayed true to her classic style. 

After drawing comparisons to Jackie Kennedy in the sky blue Ralph Lauren outfit she wore for her husband’s inauguration earlier in the day, Trump’s evening look was a white, off-the-shoulder gown by Carolina Herrera’s former creative director Hervé Pierre, which features a structured detail down the front, a thigh-high slit and a red belt. 

The look is a bit more toned down than Ivanka’s, who wore a sparkly Carolina Herrera gown for the occasion. 

Wearing her hair down, she paired the look with minimal accessories. Earlier reports predicted that Ralph Lauren and Karl Lagerfeld would dress her for various inaugural events, but WWD has since confirmed that she in fact collaborated with Pierre on the look. 

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Stephen Colbert Begins The Donald Trump Era With A Yuuuge New Look

Stephen Colbert switched up his outfit in honor of new President Donald Trump on Friday.

After poking fun at the super long red tie that Trump wore during his inauguration, “The Late Show” host paid tribute by revealing his own yellow version.

Colbert also predicted that the extended necktie may now become all the rage, claiming that whatever the president wears at the inaugural “tends to set the fashion trend for men for the next four years.”

“It’s very handy,” Colbert commented on his new tie. “You can use it for all sorts of things, for hiding an erection for instance, which I will not have for four years now.”

Check out the full clip above, and see the show’s opening segment below:

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From the Front Lines to Fashion’s Front Row: Photojournalist Guy Martin at Pitti Uomo

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“I don’t want to be defined by it, by that thing.” Those wise words belong to photojournalist Guy Martin, when talking about the 2011 attack in Libya which injured him along with one other photographer, and left both Chris Hondros and documentarian Tim Hetherington dead. In a society that loves to place labels on people, for their achievements but most often for their misfortunes and mistakes, Martin is a perfect example of why such simplistic definitions are just plain wrong.

We are, and we become who we will be by constantly reshuffling and adding up all of our life experiences — the good and the bad, the brave and the scary, the deaths and the births. British-born and Middle East expert documentarian Guy Martin represents a wonderful specimen of the possibilities of humanity’s resilience, and grace under fire.

But, get this, I didn’t meet Martin on the embattled streets of Aleppo, or under siege in Misrata, or even in Tahrir Square during the Arab Spring. I meet the young, handsome and wise beyond his years photographer instead with his assistant for the day Louis, at Pitti Uomo, a fashion fair — during a break in the press office. Martin is in Florence to document Pitti Uomo through his lens, as part of a collaboration between Fondazione Pitti Immagine Discovery and nineteensixtyeight, a curated platform dedicated to the discussion and dissemination of modern photography.

Yes, granted, our initial meeting is inside the Fortezza da Basso, a fortified military building erected in the 1500s by the Medici family in the middle of Florence, to induce fear in their opponents who had ousted the family years before. But that is as far as the war references go. Or is it?

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Does a fashion event echo some of the same stances and emotions as a war zone?

According to Martin, perhaps. He explains, “I think there are many kinds of similarities between doing something on the chaos of covering conflict to the chaos of two or three wardrobe changes backstage. At the end of the day, the things I look for are very human experiences so it doesn’t matter if that experience is chaos backstage of a fashion show or the chaos of hanging with rebels and fighters who are getting ready to go out and fight a battle for the day. It’s the same kind of mannerisms, it’s the same body movements, so as an observer of the human experience, I’m looking for those gestures and that body language that translate from a fashion show, to the street to more social documentary work, which is where I come from.”

Explaining further why he doesn’t like to be placed into the convenient little box labelled “war photographer” Martin admits, “I’ve never actually called myself a “war photographer” because I think that narrows my skill and I don’t want to be defined by that. When I am grey and old and I look back and it was only pictures of war and conflict, I think that would just be a really dangerous place to be. I love life in all of its things. There are plenty of old, injured war photographers who still go on talking about the old war stories and kind of live off that and that isn’t me. I just couldn’t do that.”

I tread lightly when it comes to speaking about Hetherington, because I know from personal experience that PTSD is the one aspect of an accident that never really goes away, and the slightest hint, the smallest mention can bring out a flood of emotions. Of course, I want to get to know Martin, discover more about his wonderful talent, his strength and what makes him tick, but it is never interesting to me to break the magic divide that naturally exists between the writer and the subject of an interview. So, I mention seeing a few articles about the accident online and I express how much joy is present in Martin in person, so much more than I ever expected from a survivor of war, essentially. That brings about memories of his colleague, “Tim” a man who in his short life made award winning, Oscar-nominated documentary films like Restrepo, created installations, contributed to best-selling magazines and curated books which made photojournalism “cool.”

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“I knew Tim before what happened in Libya and there is one thing that people say that I think is so true with photography, and it’s “you should never meet your heroes.” I grew up fascinated by war photography and documentary photography and as I got older and into these situations, I met some of the people who inspired me in their work. And their work is still inspiring but as a person, I was like ‘I don’t want to be you’.” Martin continues, “but Tim was different. And the way that Tim, particularly in his work in Afghanistan with sleeping soldiers and what he’d began to do with his work in Libya, was this idea now that the battlefield is a performance, there was a performance aspect in it.”

In the car on our way to a fashion show inside the Sala Bianca, an iconic room inside the Palazzo Pitti where the “Made in Italy” concept began 55 years ago, Martin opens up further about this notion of war as a performance of sorts, which Hetherington had began to play with and which he himself is finding through his work. “Be it men trying to search for their role as men in war, who’d never picked up a gun and watched Rambo films to learn how to fire. Tim began to pick up on that, and I wasn’t maybe mature enough to pick up on that, but I saw what he saw and he just began to do it. And I’m so sad that he never got to carry on that. So in a way I kind of think I owe a lot to that experience, and to Tim and to trying to relay that performance, that study of young men, that study of humanity through many different stories.”

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In Martin’s own work, a nearly indescribable quality is present, this wonderful kind of intimacy beyond all possible odds, and his work at Pitti Uomo is no exception. Male models bare chested backstage, a female model rushing back from the runway to change, even a young halberdier inside Palazzo Pitti at the Stefano Ricci show we watched together, the affinity Martin feels with the vulnerability of his subjects makes the person beholding his photographs feel like they are intruding on a private moment. During another car ride we share together, later in the day, he talks about how odd it is for him to be allowed so much access, particularly to women, backstage and up-close. “In the Middle East it’s a luxury to be able to capture a woman’s image,” Martin explains that he has to spend time convincing those around them that he’s worthy of that, and in Florence instead he’s been granted immediate access, no questions asked, to models who don’t even seem affected by his presence.

Inspired by Martin’s passion, I’ll admit that I started looking at the presentations as battles of sorts, the photographers’ pit became the trenches of these fashion wars, and the models started to appear more helpless, walking among the surly fashionistas hoping to gain approval. Everything took on a much more important tone with Martin around. It could be that he had earlier referred to the birth of his daughter as “a miracle” following his injuries. Or just the aura of being around someone who looks for the humanity in every situation.

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I ask Martin what his Zen is, what gives him balance and he replies, “cooking and being in the water. I grew up on the beach surfing, before I was a photographer I was a surfer and represented Great Britain in the World Surfing Games when I was 16. I find such solace and relaxation in the surf, and bigger surf in particular. It’s an adrenalin thing.” When we touch briefly on life lessons, he says that from his experience he’s learned “not to say no to things,” and jokes that if he wasn’t at Pitti Uomo on this unusual assignment for him, “‘I’d probably be home doing my tax returns and would not have this week.”

The wildcard question, what I usually end an interview with is how a person would describe themselves, in three words, to someone who doesn’t know him. Martin chooses calmly, “I would say adventurous, human and honest.”

And I would like to add “a hero.”

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These Are the Buzziest Films From the 2017 Sundance Film Festival

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For roughly 32 years, the Sundance Film Festival has served as the premiere springboard for emerging talent. While the cineplexes remain largely barren in January, save for the occasional largely unbearable Hollywood fare (did you know there’s a movie called A Dog’s Purpose with the dog voiced by Josh Gad coming to a theater near you next week?), at Sundance, indie film takes center stage. Tucked away in Park City, Utah, the festival serves as a venue for the entertainment industry to congregate. But the question is: Amidst the star watching, acquisitions, and generally extravagant madness, is there real art to get excited about? As the festivities unfold, we’ll offer some answers. For now, here are filmic prognostications about what we hope to learn that we love over the next 11 days.

 

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The Discovery
Besting apparent claims of nepotism, Charlie McDowell (son of Martin McDowell and Mary Steenburgen) carved out a space for himself out of the gate with The One I Love, an enigmatic love story with a shocking sci-fi twist. After a three-year absence from film, he seems to be picking up right where he left off with The Discovery. Driven by a star-studded cast (Rooney Mara, Riley Keough, Jason Segel, Robert Redford) the film picks up after the existence of the afterlife has been scientifically proven. It’s also, apparently, a love story? Whatever McDowell is up to, we’re in.

 

 

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Landline
There are few more distinct directorial debuts in past years than Obvious Child. Its director, Gillian Robespierre, is returning to the Sundance Film Festival with Landline, a dramedy about a Manhattan teen who finds out about her father’s hidden affair. With Jenny Slate again front and center, it’s hard to imagine the film won’t come in contact with her signature wit and candor. 

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Person to Person
Sundance is routinely populated with New York stories—typically privileged tales about mostly white characters struggling with the sort of mid-life crisis reserved for bearded, bespectacled straight men. Person to Person looks to be something different. With its cast (everyone from Tavi Gevinson to Philip Baker Hall to Michael Cera), director Dustin Guy Defa looks to be blending old New York with modern New York; the Safdie Brothers with Woody Allen.

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XX
In the vein of 2012’s The ABCs of Death, a group of exciting filmmakers have banded together to create XX, a unique horror anthology. Roxanne Benjamin, Karyn Kusama, St. Vincent, and Jovanka Vuckovic have all had their hands on their own unique vignettes. Interspersed throughout the proceedings are interstitials by animator Sofia Carrillo. What may be most exciting about XX is the new format: It means more creative doors for directors to open.

 

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The Big Sick
First, comedians Emily V. Gordon and Kumail Nanjiani fell in love. Then they wrote. The result is The Big Sick, a Michael Showalter–directed comedy tracking the trials and tribulations of a couple (played by Kumail and Zoe Kazan) forced to reconcile with their cultural differences. Produced by Judd Apatow, it’s likely to include a healthy mix of warmth and laughter that’s always welcome amongst Sundance’s snowbound audiences.

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Golden Exits
New York City aesthete Alex Ross Perry is no stranger to Sundance. An alum of the festival, he’s a filmmaker who creates art that fits within the programme’s aesthetic while still challenging his audiences (see: Listen Up Philip). The log line for his latest: Two Brooklyn families come undone when a foreign ingenue decides to spend time abroad. Expect another visually appealing gem packed with Perry’s trademark acerbic sense of humor and keen understanding of human drama. 

 

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Beach Rats
Eliza Hittman broke hearts with her directorial feature debut, It Felt Like Love, which premiered at Sundance in 2013Another return filmmaker on this list who’s coming back strong, Beach Rats takes place on the outskirts of Brooklyn, and revolves around a rudderless teenager in search of self-identity. If her past work is any indicator, her sophomore effort is bound to be a deeply moving, achingly beautiful affair.

 

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The New Radical
Of all the documentaries that appear intriguing, nothing seems to have more potential to provoke than The New Radical. Helmed by Adam Bhala Lough, the anticipated doc tells the controversial story of millennial radicals interested in obliterating the powers that be. In short: It’s a profile of free-market iconoclasts like Cody Wilson, the crypto-anarchist and gun-rights activist who serves as the face of open-source 3-dimensional gun design. Whether the film chooses to glorify or condemn these figures will be one of many reasons to check out The New Radical.

 

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I Don’t Feel at Home in This World Anymore
Unquestionably the best title in Sundance’s slate, Macon Blair has been slowly working toward his directorial debut. An on-screen staple in the films of Jeremy Saulnier (Blue RuinGreen Room), here, Macon has stepped behind the camera. Starring Melanie Lynskey and Elijah Wood, the film is thriller about a woman who, after being burglarized, decides to track down the thief with the help of her peculiar neighbor. Every element of this festival-opener seems like something to keep an eye out for in the coming months. 

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26 National Park Wedding Pics That Are Truly A Breath Of Fresh Air

The U.S. national parks are nothing short of majestic with their awe-inspiring mountain ranges, glaciers, canyons, lakes, deserts, waterfalls and wildlife.

Brides and grooms are making the most of these stunning landscapes by saying their “I dos” in or around the parks all across the country. (Just make sure to apply for any necessary permits and follow all park regulations. More on that here.)

Below, 26 national park wedding photos that will leave you speechless.

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Stephen Colbert Brings Back ‘Colbert Report’ Alter Ego For Obama Send-Off

Stephen Colbert is back! 

The CBS “Late Show” host resurrected his conservative alter-ego from Comedy Central’s “Colbert Report” on Thursday night to bid goodbye to his longtime nemesis, President Barack Obama. Or rather ― for legal reasons ― he brought back the host’s “identical twin cousin.”

With his sword, Captain America shield and cocked eyebrow, Colbert launched into an old “Report” segment, Werd, to give the president a hilarious and surprisingly emotional farewell. 

Check it out above. 

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High Fashion’s Excuse For Not Carrying Extended Sizes Is SO Tired

If you caught Aidy Bryant on “Late Night with Seth Meyers” Wednesday, you may have only stopped briefly to admire her Tanya Taylor dress for its sparkle and excellent design, because she was mostly dazzling us with a story about passing out in her apartment hallway after an “SNL” cast party.

You may not have thought there’d be reason to give the dress any thought at all.

But apparently, you’d be wrong. Glamour released “The Full Story Behind The Size 18 Dress Tanya Taylor Made For Aidy Bryant,” Thursday, in which the glossy explained that upon learning “no high fashion designer had ever offered to make ‘Saturday Night Live’ star Aidy Bryant a red-carpet dress in her size (18), Glamour asked New York-City designer Tanya Taylor to create a dress to wear at an upcoming event.”

It’s a beautiful dress, and Taylor is a fabulous designer ― her wares have been worn by the likes of Michelle Obama and Olivia Munn. This story is one we’ve heard before: an actress above a certain size reveals designers aren’t working with her, someone swoops in to create an amazing look, and we all celebrate said designer. 

But there’s something awry about this scenario, and some others like it. Taylor, who actually does not design clothes above size 14, is being revered here for stepping up to the “challenge” of dressing a size 18 woman for a special occasion. And she says she refrains from broadening her typical size offerings because her retailers “only buy up to a size 12.”  

If it’s even true that the retailers aren’t buying larger sizes, that notion hasn’t stopped, say, Christian Siriano from getting his label in stores above a size 14, which Glamour reports in the same story. It also contrasts starkly with numbers put out there from extended-size retailers like Eloquii, which Fashionista reported in 2016 saw a growth in volume of 165 percent in the previous year, with unconfirmed sales at $ 20 million.

In a piece for The Washington Post back in Sept. 2016, Tim Gunn echoed the sentiment of women who have ever tried shopping in a department store for something stylish, stating that shopping over a size 14 is “a horribly insulting and demoralizing experience,” despite the fact that an estimated 67 percent of women in the United States are plus-size.

Even Bryant said in the Glamour interview that she brings “at least six options” to any given photoshoot, recalling a shoot she did with co-stars Kate McKinnon and Cecily Strong when she first got hired on “SNL” in which “there were just three things on my rolling rack ― each something like what an 80 year-old woman would wear to sing at a funeral. I was paralyzed.”

Taylor herself then, of course, is not the only problem. Plenty of designers have created dresses for celebrities in sizes they don’t carry. Brands are guilty of using models in sizes they don’t carry to sell clothes. But there is an issue in the constant blame game ― designers blaming retailers or money restraints for straying away from designing clothes in extended sizes. If a designer really wants to put their money (literally) where their mouth is, perhaps it’s time to consider the numbers listed above. 

So, while we’re all about celebrating inclusivity, it feels a little wrong to celebrate a designer making one dress in a size 18 when she doesn’t currently ― and doesn’t appear to have plans to ― carry that size. 

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Lewis Black Blames Donald Trump For The Many Celebrity Deaths Of 2016

A whole host of celebrities died last year. And comedian Lewis Black is laying the blame firmly on President-elect Donald Trump

You want to know why so many celebrities died in 2016?” Black asked on Wednesday’s broadcast of “The Daily Show.” “It was to get out of playing the goddamn inauguration.”

Black made his dark one-liner whilst mocking Trump about his seeming inability to attract major stars to perform at his inauguration in Washington D.C. on Friday.

Black still plans to attend the event, however, “because I want to be there when Trump touches the Bible, and his hand catches on fire.”

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Who’s To Say The Word ‘Slants’ Offends Asians? The Supreme Court, That’s Who.

WASHINGTON ― The Supreme Court tends to take a skeptical view whenever the government polices speech it doesn’t like. But what if the government simply denies a trademark that it deems offensive to a racial or ethnic group?

The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office did exactly that when it rejected a trademark application from The Slants, an Asian-American band that aims to promote its name and music to tear down racial stereotypes — and maybe even stick it to a certain Washington football team the band’s leader is not very fond of.

But to offend fellow Asian-Americans? Perish the thought.

The justices on Wednesday wrestled with whether a provision of trademark law that tells the federal trademark office to not give its seal of approval to names that “may disparage” others is consistent with the First Amendment. An appeals court that specializes in trademark disputes concluded that it doesn’t, and it struck down the provision as unconstitutional “viewpoint discrimination.”

The issue is a fascinating one, in part because of the scores of advocates on both sides of this controversy who are throwing their hats in the ring. Native American groups, for one, support the government, which in 2014 also canceled a little football trademark that now finds its owner, Daniel Snyder, rooting for The Slants. The band’s case may save or doom the team’s chances at keeping “Redskins.”

The Obama administration, on its last day of legal arguments before the next regime takes over, said nothing in the trademark provision prevents The Slants from using the name, let alone impede its music or message. Instead, the government’s lawyer said, the anti-disparagement provision “places a reasonable limit on access to a government program” that “does not violate the First Amendment.”

But some of the justices didn’t seem so convinced, or at least seemed to be playing devil’s advocate. Chief Justice John Roberts called the government’s argument “circular,” and Justice Stephen Breyer had questions about the “purpose” of a law that tells the powers that be what’s good and what isn’t.

“I can think probably of … perhaps 50,000 examples of instances where the space the trademark provides is used for very distracting messages,” Breyer said, later adding, “What business does Congress have picking out this one but letting all the other distractions exist?”

Justice Elena Kagan, one of the more active questioners on the bench, took issue with what appears to be the government’s censorious view on trademarks it deems negative but not with those it deems positive.

The law “precludes disparagement of Democrats and Republicans alike, and so forth and so on,” Kagan said, “but it makes a very important distinction, which is that you can say good things about some person or group but you can’t say bad things about some person or group.”

“The point is that I can say good things about something, but I can’t say bad things about something,” she added. “And I would have thought that that was a fairly classic case of viewpoint discrimination.”

If the Supreme Court were to find that the trademark office is engaging in such discrimination — and a bevy of free-speech and business advocates suggest that it is — then the law violates the First Amendment.

But does it? Justice Sonia Sotomayor suggested that The Slants’ music and message “are not being burdened in any traditional way” because they can still do everything a band does — even sue another band for appropriating its name — except without a trademark.

“No one is stopping your client from calling itself The Slants,” she told the Portland, Oregon, band’s lawyer, John Connell. “No one is stopping them from advertising themselves that way, or signing contracts that way or engaging in any activity, except that stopping someone else from using the same trademark.”

Asked by Breyer whether the government could deny a trademark calling someone a name or a food product lethal, Connell took a hard-line approach and said no. But that exposed a limit to The Slants’ argument.

“Oh, my goodness,” Breyer exclaimed. “There are laws all over the place that stop you from saying that a competitor … has bad products. It’s called product disparagement. There are laws all over the place that stop you from saying Joe Jones is a jerk or something more specific. They’re called libel laws or slander laws. But you’re saying the government couldn’t do that?”

If the Supreme Court decides that a trademark shouldn’t be treated like “speech in a public park,” as Justice Anthony Kennedy suggested, and instead is just a government program that may freely avoid certain racial and ethnic slurs, then The Slants would lose.

But in other ways, The Slants will have already won.

With or without the trademark, it would not be a stretch to say that the indie band has garnered more press for what it stands for than many others in its field. And it even has a song to show for it.

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Why Jennifer Lopez’s Extreme Ponytail Is a Red Carpet Win

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Tonight, the 2017 People’s Choice Awards in Los Angeles called for a more laid-back approach to black-tie beauty than the Golden Globes or Oscars. Yet Jennifer Lopez appeared in full red carpet glamour with a curve-hugging gown and one extreme take on the slick ponytail.

With her hair pulled back tight toward the nape of the neck, the singer and actress had likely enhanced her lengths with a few extensions that took her strands to hip-grazing territory and paired well with a deep charcoal eye. Given her rumored, headline-grabbing romance with Drake, the bombshell look seemed destined to make a splash—a red carpet win, by any measure.

 

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30 Award-Winning Wedding Photos That Say More Than Words Ever Could

Hollywood actors and filmmakers aren’t the only ones taking home awards this season.

On Sunday, The International Society of Professional Wedding Photographers (ISPWP) announced the winners of their “Best Wedding Photography Of 2016” contest.

Below, we’ve compiled 30 of our favorites. To see the collection in its entirety, head over to the ISPWP. 

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Patrick Stewart Is Taking On His Crappiest Role Yet

Patrick Stewart’s latest role is not to be sniffed at.

The legendary English actor will voice the character of Poop ― the poo emoji ― in the upcoming “The Emoji Movie.”

Sony Pictures announced the news via Twitter on Wednesday:

The Late Late Show” host James Corden, “Silicon Valley” actor T.J. Miller and Jennifer Coolidge from “2 Broke Girls” will join the “X-Men” star in voicing characters in the animated film, which is slated for an Aug. 4 release.

Stewart has not commented on the role, which some fans may see as a radical departure from his more serious parts, like William Shakespeare’s Macbeth and Captain Jean-Luc Picard in “Star Trek.” But Stewart also has a wealth of comedy experience, having narrated “Ted” and its sequel, voiced various “Family Guy” characters and spoofed himself in Ricky Gervais’Extras.”

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Lilly Singh Works The Hell Out Of The People’s Choice Awards Red Carpet

Move aside, J.Lo ― Lilly Singh just stole the show on the People’s Choice Awards red carpet. 

The 28-year-old YouTube star, better known by her YouTube name “IISuperwomanII,” looked simply stunning in a slinky gold midi dress. But it wasn’t Singh’s ensemble that caught our eye ― it was her incredible array of red carpet poses.

Singh kicked off the night by winning the Favorite YouTube Star award in a stacked category against the likes of Miranda Sings and Tyler Oakley. It looks like 2017 is shaping up to be a big year for the online mogul, as she also has a book coming out in March called How to Be a Bawse.

Here’s just a smattering of Singh’s best red carpet action shots.

Four for you, Lilly Singh ― you go, Lilly Singh.

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Stephen Colbert Reveals The Back-Up Slogans For Donald Trump’s 2020 Campaign

Stephen Colbert has the scoop on the (spoof) back-up slogans that Donald Trump may yet use for his future re-election campaign.

Following Wednesday’s news that the president-elect plans to replace “Make America Great Again” with “Keep America Great” (yes, the same slogan featured in the horror movie “The Purge: Election Year”) as the rallying cry for 2020, the Late Show” host did some digging.

And Colbert claims to have uncovered the alternative catchphrases that Trump’s team will work with should the next four years not go entirely as planned.

“Okay This Time We Really Are Going to Make America Great, I Swear” does have a certain ring to it.

Check out the other suggestions in the clip above, starting at 7:40.

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Life is short, art is forever

To describe the last few weeks and the upcoming days as tumultuous would be an understatement. I believe that now, more than ever, we need an extra dose of art to distract us and keep our spirits high.

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Last Saturday, I went to see the exhibition of new works by Jacob Hashimoto at Mixografia, a print workshop in Downtown L.A. renowned for producing and publishing limited edition prints and sculptures by leading contemporary artists. Currently based in New York, Jacob Hashimoto started his career here in L.A. and I’ve been following his work for years. Three years ago, he had a very ambitious sculptural installation at MOCA’s satellite Pacific Design Center. Thousands of Hashimoto’s trademark small paper kites were suspended from the ceiling in the shape of billowing clouds.


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Jacob Hashimoto, Through the Chaotic Corridors of Light, 2017; Paper, acrylic, wood, bamboo and Dacron

On Saturday at Mixografia, the artist gave a talk about his new prints, which have an unusually rich 3-dimensional texture. After looking at them carefully, one is tempted to describe them as sculpted paper reliefs rather than traditional prints.

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Installation view of Van Gogh, The Bedroom, 1889. Norton Simon Museum, Pasadena.
On loan from Art Institute of Chicago

That same day, I managed to get over to Pasadena, to the Norton Simon Museum to see the famous Van Gogh (1853-1890) painting, Bedroom at Arles, on loan from the Art Institute of Chicago. There are two more versions of this painting: one in Amsterdam at the Van Gogh Museum and another in Paris at the Musée d’Orsay. But somehow, this Chicago version of Bedroom (1889) has extra oomph, with its more pronounced brushwork and slightly brighter palette. If you haven’t been to the Norton Simon recently, I highly recommend going there before this great painting returns to Chicago on March 6th. Until then, you can enjoy seeing it accompanied by half a dozen of Van Gogh paintings from the Norton Simon Museum’s permanent collection.

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Installation view of 3D recreation of Lichtenstein’s Bedroom at Arles, 1992. Skirball Cultural Center.
Photo: Robert Wedemeyer

And here’s yet another welcome distraction; A few months ago, I talked about the exhibition at the Skirball Cultural Center, Pop for the People: Roy Lichtenstein in L.A. The exhibition runs until March 12th. As a pure coincidence, the Skirball’s curators chose one of the prints by Lichtenstein — his homage to Van Gogh’s Bedroom at Arles — to build into a life-size recreation of the bedroom as reimaged by Lichtenstein. There is plenty of tension hovering in this interior due to the dramatic relationship between Van Gogh and Gaugin, who stayed together in Arles for a few weeks. But here at the Skirball, you have the choice of asking your kids to sit on the bed, smile, and — drama be damned — snap a happy picture.


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Susan Jaques & Edward Goldman in conversation at the Getty Center; Jan. 15, 2017
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Sunday at the Getty Center, I had the pleasure of joining Susan Jaques in conversation on the stage of the Harold Williams Auditorium, where we talked about her new book Catherine the Great: The Empress of Art. According to Jaques, Catherine “was a self-proclaimed ‘glutton for art’ and she would be responsible for the creation of the Hermitage, one of the largest museums in the world, second to only the Louvre”. There were plenty of fascinating stories to share, including secret sales of the Hermitage’s masterpieces by the communist government in the 1920s to Andrew Mellon, the U.S. Secretary of the Treasury. Years later, when Andrew Mellon established the National Gallery of Art in Washington D.C. and donated his private collection to the Gallery, some of the paintings bought by Catherine the Great for the Hermitage ended up proudly displayed in Washington.

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“All About Almodóvar” Retrospective at Cinefamily, January 6 – 22

Now, let’s step into the rather crazy but amusing world of Pedro Almodóvar, the Spanish filmmaker whose films are part of the current retrospective at the Cinefamily. Almodóvar’s films are an incomparable combination of profound and hilarious observations on human nature. Few directors can create female characters as intriguing, complex — and yes, crazy — as he does.
With all of the above, it’s time to evoke the Latin saying ars longa, vita brevis — which, in my imperfect translation, goes “life is short but art is forever”.

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Edward Goldman is an art critic and the host of Art Talk, a program on art and culture for NPR affiliate KCRW 89.9 FM. To listen to the complete show and hear Edward’s charming Russian accent, click here.

To learn about Edward’s Fine Art of Art Collecting Classes, please visit his website. You can also read more about his classes in the New York Times here, and in Artillery Magazine.

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Skrillex Jams with Justin Bieber, Chance the Rapper in Jetsetting New Video: Watch

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The Best Hydrating Face Masks for Dry, Winter Skin

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The onslaught of frigid winds and dipping temperatures this weekend left our skin in need of some relief. But rather than rethinking a regimen of oils, serums, and hyaluronic creams, a soothing solution can be found in a single step: a hydrating face mask. The latest crop of super-moisturizing solutions boasts serious restorative properties guaranteed to produce glowing, smooth skin in a single use.

A new Kiehl’s addictive new mask is formulated with aloe and calendula-flower-petal extract to calm and reduce signs of stressed skin while Joanna Vargas’s creation is designed to brighten and rebalance your complexion. Red, wind-burned cheeks can be mitigated in 10 minutes with Ren’s rescue mask, created with white-mushroom extract. And Perricone MD’s creamy concoction offers major anti-aging results while delivering the moisture-boosting benefits of cocoa—bonus points to those who indulge in a fireside mug of hot chocolate at the same time. Here are eight masks to get you through the season—after all, there are only 61 days to go until spring.

 

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7 Actually Useful Pieces Of Bedroom Advice For Couples

Craving a little extra excitement in the bedroom? (Who isn’t?  )

Below, sex therapists share the go-to advice they give couples looking to take their sex lives to the next level. 

“Too often people try to force themselves to orgasm or rush to have an orgasm that would be more satisfying if they built to it slowly. While there’s nothing wrong with a quick encounter, try building to a slow burn and realize you don’t both have to come at the same time, as long as you both enjoy what you are doing and stay connected. Pace yourselves, build slowly to orgasms and play off each other. It’s OK and even good to build excitement, slow down and build it back up. Lower and raise the intensity until you choose to let go and have an orgasm.” ― Gracie Landes, a sex therapist and marriage and family therapist in New York City 

“I always tell my clients that their bedroom should be reserved for two things: sleep and sex. To that end, the bedroom should be a no-tech zone. It’s pretty hard to reach over and cuddle when your partner is exploring Instagram rather than your body. If you need some entertainment, an X-rated movie might lay the groundwork for a super hot night of sex. So could turning on a candle and reading each other some erotica ― I’m sure eventually you can find even better entertainment under the sheets.” ― Anna Randall, a sex therapist and sex researcher in San Francisco, California 

“I work with a lot of women and men who over time, feel personally challenged by the changes in how their bodies look and feel. Sexy is a state of mind, regardless of your age or size. So often, we can turn ourselves off, long before our partner even enters the bedroom. Embrace your sexy. Your energy absolutely affects your partner. Find the tools in your personal toolbox to turn yourself on, whether it’s what you wear, the smile on your face, the relaxation you feel when you light your favorite candle. We all have a responsibility and opportunity to embrace our inner sexy. Do it and I promise, you’ll reap the rewards in the bedroom.” ―  Megan Fleming, a psychologist and sex therapist in New York City 

“Who knows your erotic response better than you? Does your S.O. know the special little sensation that trips your switch? Let them in on the secret. Make yourself comfortable next to your partner and take turns watching as you pleasure yourself to orgasm. It’s fascinating and can be incredibly intimate. Trust me, watching how a man brings himself to orgasm could be possibly one of the most educational and hot things you ever do. Snuggle down between his legs and watch. And for those of you with a clitoris, take your partners hand in yours and guide it back and forth with just the right pressure and on that perfect spot. Have them hold you and feel you rhythmically rock your hips against your favorite pillow while it’s tucked deeply between your thighs. Whatever works for you, show your S.O. When you’re done, cuddle up and share what you learned. Maybe you felt a little embarrassed or surprised but you just upped the intimacy factor in your sex life.” ― Anna Randall

“I’m not talking about a glance, I mean a true gaze. Gazing into your S.O.’s eyes can actually activate arousal and foster intimacy. I’ve witnessed the power of the gaze in my office thousands of times. For many couples, it is an extremely awkward task. Because the gaze is so intimate, many couples avoid this powerful aphrodisiac. They feel too vulnerable. But this exercise can be a powerful and therapeutic intervention for couples who want to reconnect or take their connection to an even deeper level.” ― Kimberly Resnick Anderson, a sex therapist in Los Angeles, California 

“A lot of couples I speak to agree that they would like to have sex more often, but being busy with their lives and preoccupied gets in the way of spontaneous sex. Try to make sex happen by planning a sexual experience with your partner way beforehand, early in the day. Think about how you’d like it to play out. How would you like to diverge from the regular choreography you usually engage in? Nothing is sexier for your partner than realizing that you have been planning a sexual indulgence for you. Plus, you can get yourself into the groove before you even get physical by thinking and fantasizing about the upcoming experience.” ― Ursula Ofman, a psychologist and sex therapist in New York City

“Fantasy is underrated. You’d be surprised how few couples actually have conversations about their sexual preferences, expectations and fantasies. Many of my clients are either embarrassed by their erotic fantasies or have no access to them. Fleshing out your erotic script and sharing it with your partner can be extraordinarily liberating and erotic. Many of my clients assume that their partner is either not interested in their sexual fantasies or wouldn’t be receptive to hearing about them (let alone be willing to participate). But I’ve seen couples in sexless marriages re-initiate sex after exploring fantasy in my office. Experiencing your partner as a separate sexual being who has a rich fantasy life can be quite a turn-on.” ― Kimberly Resnick Anderson

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Jerry Seinfeld Is Coming To Netflix To Give Us Serenity Now

Get. Out. 

Netflix announced late Tuesday that Jerry Seinfeld had signed up to film two stand-up specials that will stream on its service beginning in 2017. And from the looks of it, the comedian will be partnering up with Netflix far beyond that.

Twenty-four new episodes of the comedian’s web series, “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee,” a talk show filmed largely inside Seinfeld’s car, will arrive on the site in late 2017 along with the 59-episode catalog. (Watch a clip with guest President Obama above.)

“When I first started thinking about ‘Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee,’ the entire Netflix business model consisted of mailing out DVDs in envelopes. I love that we are now joining together, both at very different points,” Seinfeld said in a statement. His first episode of that series, previously available on the Sony-affiliated streaming site Crackle, appeared in 2012. 

As another (another!) part of the deal, Seinfeld will help develop scripted and non-scripted comedy programming for the streaming service ― details of which will be made public in the coming months. 

The announcement comes as Netflix seems to have been doubling down on its commitment to A-list comedy. In November, the service announced that Dave Chappelle, long on hiatus, will release three comedy specials on its site in 2017. That news surfaced one month after reports Netflix made a $ 40 million deal with Chris Rock to film two stand-up specials, beginning in 2017.

It’s certainly paying off: A comedy special by Patton Oswalt released on Netflix earned an Emmy in 2016.

Whether or not the deal with Seinfeld is a step toward making the entirety of the comedian’s classic sitcom, “Seinfeld,” available on Netflix is, however, unknown.

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17 Bold, Beautiful Brides Who Slayed In Pants At The Wedding

And the bride wore pants!

A dress may be the go-to wedding wardrobe, but it isn’t the only option. Below, 17 beautiful ladies who rocked a pair of trousers on the big day. 

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Behold Fiona Apple’s Women’s March Anthem, ‘Tiny Hands’

Fiona Apple has a strong message for the future President Trump on the week of his inaugural celebrations.

“We don’t want your tiny hands anywhere near our underpants,” the singer chants on a new track released on Tuesday for the Women’s March on Washington planned for Jan. 21, the day after Trump’s swearing-in ceremony. Nearly 200,000 people have indicated they will join the march, which will be accompanied by 370 “sister marches” in global cities.

The track, recorded on a phone, samples audio from the president-elect’s infamous “Access Hollywood” tape, in which he and host Billy Bush are heard making lewd comments about women. 

Trump’s own words, “grab them by the pussy,” can be heard followed by another gem, “you can do anything.” 

Apple has been a harsh critic of Trump in the past. 

In December, the singer known for hits like 1996’s “Criminal” performed an anti-Trump “Christmas Song” parody called “Trump’s Nuts Roasting on an Open Fire” at a benefit concert in Los Angeles.

After the final lyric, she yelled, “Donald Trump, fuck you!”

… Her fans went wild.

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2Cellos Conquer King’s Landing With Epic ‘Game Of Thrones’ Theme Rendition

2Cellos deserve the freedom of the Seven Kingdoms for this breathtaking rendition of the “Game of Thrones” theme song.

The two cellists from Croatia ― Luka Sulic and Stjepan Hauser ― totally own the track with their version, for which they were accompanied by the London Symphony Orchestra.

Warning: Their epic interpretation may make your spine tingle almost as much as composer Ramin Djawadi’s acclaimed original.

The duo filmed the video for their version in the Croatian coastal city of Dubrovnik, where scenes for King’s Landing in the epic fantasy drama television show are actually shot.

It’s from their upcoming new album, “Score,” which will also feature songs from movie soundtracks including “Schindler’s List” and “The Godfather,” reports Mashable.

Watch the full performance above and see how it compares to the original theme song below:

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Selena Gomez Sings and Dances in New Studio Clips: Watch

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Kendall Jenner Adds Some 24-Karat Gold Magic to Her Off-Duty Look

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A winter wardrobe doesn’t have to be 50 shades of dreary, or a head-to-toe monochromatic snooze. Case in point? Kendall Jenner, who stepped out in an eye-catching gold Ports 1961 puffer jacket yesterday morning. The Midas touch added quite the fresh contrast to her standard model-off-duty getup of leather leggings, patent black boots, and a midriff-baring gray shirt. The supermodel took her shinning moment one step further by tying a colorful printed scarf around her neck.

If anything, Jenner’s next-level puffer proves that this is truly the year of metallics. Both Bella Hadid and Jenner wore silvery numbers for their birthdays in late 2016: Jenner celebrated with a thigh-skimming mesh dress, while Hadid opted for a shimmering chain-mail skirt. And now that Jenner has taken the trend from evening to daytime, it could be the golden ticket for a supermodel-approved wardrobe in 2017.

 

 

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14 Truths About Being An Asexual Person

What’s it like to be asexual in a world as sex obsessed as ours? It might help to understand what it means to be asexual first. 

Unlike celibacy ― where people give up sex as a choice ―asexuality is a sexual orientation, according to the Asexual Visibility and Education Network (AVEN). Asexual people have the same emotional needs as anyone and are just as capable of being in intimate relationships as other people ― they’re just not interested in sex. And being asexual categorically does not mean you’re lonely.

Below, men and women on the secret-sharing app Whisper talk about what it’s like to be asexual. 

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Trevor Noah Takes Down Donald Trump For Bombastic Attack On John Lewis

Trevor Noah wondered if Donald Trump even knew who Rep. John Lewis (D-Ga.) was before he attacked the civil rights hero on Twitter.

Last Saturday ― two days before the nation celebrated Martin Luther King Jr. Day ― the president-elect tweeted that Lewis was “all talk … no action or results,” after learning that the congressman did not consider Trump to be a “legitimate president.”

“I’m sorry, what?” Noah asked. “You’re calling a civil rights hero who marched in Selma with Martin Luther King Jr. ‘all talk no action’? Saying John Lewis isn’t a man of action is like me saying: ‘Donald Trump is all tax returns, no tweets.’”

Trump’s comments did not go over well with fellow lawmakers or with Lewis’ constituents. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s front page on Sunday summed up the sentiment fairly succinctly:

Watch Noah’s entire takedown in the video above. 

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This Simple Device Solves A Major Problem For Pierced Ears

Years of wearing heavy earrings can stretch your ear piercings and make your earrings droop. While getting a surgical “lobe lift” is one option, surgery isn’t for everyone. With the help of a more supportive earring back, you can ease the pressure on your lobes and get rid of that saggy look. 

Earring backs that are specifically designed to keep your earrings lifted, like Levears, can help your earrings sit more comfortably. Levears’ patented earring backs claim to “leverage the part of your ear above the pierced hole” to distribute the weight of your earrings across a larger area of your ear. Ultimately it aims to alleviate the stress on your actual piercing hole and lift your earring at the same time. 

Check out the video below to watch the Levears in action.

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Green Day Rips Donald Trump In New ‘Troubled Times’ Video

Green Day takes aim at President-elect Donald Trump in its latest lyric video.

A Trump-like figure wearing a red “Make America Great Again” cap appears to spew antagonistic rhetoric to crowds from a podium in the new clip for “Troubled Times,” which the punk rock band posted online on Martin Luther King Jr. Day (Monday).

KKK rallies, footage of Civil Rights Movement protests and people holding “Stop racism, Islamophobia and war” signs are interspersed in the trippy video, which is now going viral.

“A new day dawning. Comes without warning. So don’t think twice. We live in troubled times,” frontman Billie Joe Armstrong prophetically sings. The clip ends ominously, however, with someone pressing a big red button to cause a gigantic mushroom cloud.

The video is decidedly apocalyptic, but the band said in an accompanying statement that, “Today we celebrate love and compassion more than ever.”

While the group doesn’t mention Trump by name in the video or song from its album “Revolution Radio,” it has not been shy about criticizing the former reality television personality in the past.

At the 2016 MTV Europe Music Awards, the day before the presidential election, they changed the words to their 2004 hit “American Idiot” from “subliminal mind-fuck America” to “subliminal mind-Trump America.”

And two weeks later at the American Music Awards, the rockers added the extra line of “No Trump, no KKK, no fascist USA” while performing “Bang Bang.”

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This Dinner Party Handbook Is The Perfect Way To Learn Queer History

An awesome new project is in the works that will provide fodder for an inclusive conversation about queer history while bringing people together in a dinner party setting.

“Serving Pride: The Queer History Dinner Party Handbook” is currently engaged in a Kickstarter campaign but its creators hope to have the handbook complete by June ― just in time for Pride 2017.

“Coming out is, in some ways, one of the most important political acts we do as queer people,” co-creator Joey Stern told The Huffington Post. “We say to friends and family ‘See me, see me like this.’ Learning about our history, teaching others about our history, thats how we say to each-other ‘See us, see all of us.’ It’s not just learning history, but learning it together that really solidifies that experience. You’re not alone, you’re part of vast and connected community.”

Resources like “Serving Pride” are more important than ever, in an era when its easy to lose sight of our history as LGBTQ people and our collective struggles.

Head here to check out the Kickstarter campaign and keep your eyes peeled for more from “Serving Pride: The Queer History Dinner Party Handbook.”

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Mass Shooting Reported During BPM Festival in Mexico

A mass shooting has rocked the Mexican resort town of Playa Del Carmen where the BPM Festival was wrapping up, according to reports.
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After Almost Five Years Designing Womenswear, Cédric Charlier Is Launching Men’s—Here’s Why

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What happens after nearly five years of building a namesake womenswear brand that artfully straddles the line between feminine and masculine? If you’re Belgian designer Cédric Charlier, you bring the clothes to the boys.

Without revealing too much too soon, we can confirm that Charlier’s debut men’s looks share the polished yet relaxed sensibility of his women’s clothes. You’re likely to see oversize shirting, quirky but unfussy tailoring, and perfect parkas in primary colors that will look equally as good on you as on your beau—and all at the reasonable prices that have helped to make Charlier’s womenswear such a hit. With a less than a day until the Milan show—watch this space on Monday, January 16—Charlier caught up with Vogue Runway to discuss the making of his new menswear collection.

Without revealing too much about the collection, tell me about the mood, the idea, the attitude, and the aesthetic.
I imagined a wardrobe going from classic to sportswear, and then from sportswear back to classic through strong colors. The mood is energetic and the attitude is positive, with a sharp aesthetic and cool feel.

You always find a way to incorporate boyish or masculine elements into your womenswear collections. Does this menswear lineup borrow any elements from your womenswear?
I certainly borrowed the color palette from my womenswear collections; color-blocking is the most common point for both collections.

How would you describe the Cédric Charlier man?
The Cédric Charlier man is not a specific man in particular; I think it’s more about different men in different moments of their lives. It’s about their personality, their work, and their engagements. He might be Joy Division’s Ian Curtis, he might be a Robert De Niro, even a Wolfgang Tillmans or any man I cross in the street who catches my attention.

Was there anything in particular you were looking at while designing the collection?
I did pay strong attention to the leather pieces, as well as the knitwear and coats. The balance between the cut and the colors had to work cohesively together. The inspiration for this collection was a lithograph by Kazimir Malevich that I found in Brussels. I was attracted to his composition of simple geometric forms and colors, as it is something close to my own language. For shapes and silhouettes, my inspiration evolved to Les Sportifs, another Malevich masterpiece. All of these elements were the starting points of the men’s wardrobe I was creating.

Is social media something you look at?
Yes, I am interested in social media. I understand it is the present and the future of communication. I am not personally posting that much content on my Instagram, as I believe in quality rather than quantity. I like this window opened to the world that allows me to discover a different type of person. I am interested in atypical people and unknown artists and art galleries on Instagram.

Who are some of your favorite people to follow?
I like following Solange Knowles, Wolfgang Tillmans, and artist Brian Kenny.

How does it feel to be branching into menswear?
I have always wanted to venture into menswear. It is my all-time dream because I can relate to it so instinctively. What do men want or covet? Being a man, it is so much easier to translate, and it is a more sensible approach. I feel that my creations are now more complete.

Why now?
First, I am a womenswear designer and my collections were completely absorbing me. My brand will celebrate five years in existence, and my womenswear collection is sold in [over 150] beautiful stores worldwide, so I finally feel comfortable doing both collections. I’m ready, my team is ready, and so are my customers, who have all encouraged me to do it.

When you look at the fashion landscape right now, what do you feel, if anything, is missing?
I believe that menswear should be financially accessible. It is important to me to present a collection with a precise cut, high quality, and a fair price. I also feel that we need more unisex fashion, a fashion with blurred boundaries and less-defined gender identity.

 

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19 Times Flower Girls Brought Some Major Style To The Bridal Party

Sure, the bride and groom may be the stars of the show, but these fashion-forward flower girls gave the newlyweds a run for their money. 

Below, 19 photos of adorable little ones with a major sense of style. 

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Judd Apatow Thinks Trump Will Run The Country Like It’s ‘The Apprentice’

Judd Apatow, frequent Donald Trump basher, is opening up about what he thinks life will be like once the president-elect takes office. 

In an interview with The New York Times, the “Trainwreck” director suggested Trump will run the country like the reality competition show “The Apprentice,” which he so famously hosted.

“I watched an enormous amount of ‘The Apprentice,’” Apatow said. “Donald Trump sits in his office. He sends his kids to watch the teams do their missions. Then they come back and tell him what they think of it and then he makes an impulsive decision based on the information that Donald Jr. or Ivanka give him. That’s how he’s running the country.”

Apatow noted that he wasn’t particularly surprised when Trump won the election because, as he has stated before: the funniest candidate always wins

“I said it as a joke, but I think there’s something to it,” he said. “Reagan was funny. Bill Clinton was funny. Bush was funnier than Gore. Obama was funnier than probably anybody who’s ever run for office.”

In terms of Trump, Apatow thinks the former “Apprentice” host “has a demented sense of humor” and “is way funnier than Hillary Clinton.”

Apatow, a Clinton supporter, did make a point of expressing his thoughts about where the former secretary of state went wrong in her campaign, saying she “made a few enormous mistakes.”

“One of those mistakes, to me, was that you can’t get paid that much for speeches and go back into politics,” he said. “That has to be your victory lap — you cash in, you do the speeches and you’re done.” 

With Trump being sworn into office on Friday, Apatow plans to alter the way he opposes the president-elect. 

“I don’t think it serves a purpose to be against him,” he said. “It only serves a purpose to fight issue by issue.”

To read more from Apatow’s interview, head over to The New York Times

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These Honest ‘Parenting Support’ Cards Say What Parents Really Need To Hear

There are greeting cards that congratulate new parents and parents-to-be on their growing families. So it makes sense that there should also be cards that acknowledge breast pumping, sleep deprivation and the other trials of raising children.

This week, greeting card designer Emily McDowell launched a new line of “Parenting Support” cards. The line features cards with messages like “You’re not a monster. Parenting is really hard” and “Hang in there, you’re doing great.”

”Parenting is really hard, and yet it’s frowned upon to publicly admit anything about it that could be perceived as negative, because of the fear that we’ll be judged as not loving our children enough, or pegged as a ‘bad mom,’” McDowell told The Huffington Post

“There’s a well-worn set of cultural expectations about how parents are supposed to feel about the experience of parenting, and women in particular get hammered with it, both from other people and within ourselves,” she added. “When reality doesn’t live up to those expectations, we end up with tremendous guilt and shame, and secretly concluding that ‘there must be something wrong with me’ ― which of course isn’t true.”

McDowell is a stepparent to an 11-year-old boy and also has two very young godsons. She told HuffPost her godsons’ mother has been her best friend for 25 years and served as “unofficial consultant” for her “Parenting Support” cards. 

The designer said she wants her cards to have an impact on people in the throes of parenting.  

“I hope parents who receive these cards (or even see them!) can feel a sense of relief and reassurance that they’re not failing, they’re not alone, and it’s totally normal and OK to both love your kid and have complicated feelings about being a mom or dad,” McDowell explained.

”Someone commented on my Instagram last week that she’d bought herself a whole set of our Empathy Cards (for serious illness and loss), not to send out, but to keep and look at when she wanted to feel understood,” she added. “I hope these can serve a similar purpose for parents.”

McDowell has three “Parenting Support” cards available on her website and is currently in the process of creating more. The next batch will focus on the way your relationship with your partner changes after having kids, issues of identity struggles and finding humor in parenting situations, from caring for infants to raising teenagers.

Said McDowell, “This is a hugely broad topic, and I’m really looking forward to finding different ways to look at it.”

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Artist Turns Donald Trump’s Most Controversial Quotes Into Comic Book Covers

An artist is giving President-elect Donald Trump’s most outrageous comments the comic book treatment.

Cartoonist Robert Sikoryak is transforming several of the controversial and offensive statements that Trump made during the presidential election campaign into eye-catching and thought-provoking illustrations.

“The idea occurred to me right before the election,” the New York City-based artist told The Huffington Post on Saturday.  Trump had said so many outrageous things during his campaign that I wanted to catalogue them.”

“It was important to me to only use Trump’s actual quotes, I didn’t want to put any words in his mouth,” he added. “Once Trump became the president-elect, I felt I had to do it.”

Sikoryak’s work has previously appeared on the cover pages of The New Yorker magazine and the Harvard Business Review. He has also transformed Apple’s iTunes terms of service into comic parodies.

For this project, titled “The Unquotable Trump,” he has compiled the images into a mini-comic. He’s also posting them on a dedicated Tumblr page.

“The reaction has been very enthusiastic, much more so than I expected,” Sikoryak told HuffPost. “I needed to get these comics out of my system, so it’s gratifying that other people have been enjoying them.”

Check out more of his Trump-themed comic book covers below and see his other work via his website, Facebook, Tumblr and Twitter accounts.

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The 10 Best Beauty Instagrams of the Week: Selena Gomez, Tracee Ellis Ross, and More

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From unexpected pops of pigment to ribbon repurposing, this week’s best beauty Instagrams proved that playful details make for the most memorable captures. Golden Globe winner Tracee Ellis Ross’s daytime look struck a sculptural chord, her trademark collective of curls bound in a set of plaits that swung over her shoulders. Pandora Sykes readied for a day by the docks with an infusion of polish, fastening on silver hoops before encircling a slicked-back bun with a Chanel wrapping ribbon, while Elisabeth von Thurn und Taxis’s wetsuit-ready style demonstrated the importance of cheeky sun protection, beach-y hair tie-ups, and sea-inspired color palettes.

Elsewhere, Elle Fanning’s eye-level detailing skewed subtle, a milky swipe of liner painted along her lids to refreshed mod effect. Also throwing it back was Bella Hadid, a set of trompe l’oeil bangs edging out her glossy brunette lengths and furthering the model’s other accessories: retro shades perched atop a choker, crop top, and lollipop. And Selena Gomez continued her Instagram comeback with a behind-the-scenes beauty snap featuring bombshell lengths, red lips, and a spot-on eyeliner application. Because sometimes, the most inspired looks land neatly in the space between primp and pose.

 

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Kirsten Dunst And Jesse Plemons Are Reportedly Engaged

Jesse Plemons and Kirsten Dunst played husband and wife on the FX show “Fargo,” and now it looks like they may be getting married in real life. 

Dunst was seen wearing a diamond ring on her left ring finger at the Palm Springs International Film Festival on Jan. 2 and again a few days later during an appearance on “The Late Late Show with James Corden.” 

Page Six first reported the engagement news. The Huffington Post reached out to Dunst’s rep for comment but had not heard back at the time of publication.

Dunst and Plemons ― who played married high school sweethearts Peggy and Ed Blumquist on season two of “Fargo” ― were first spotted together in Studio City, California in May 2016. 

In 2015, Plemons (you may also remember him as Landry on “Friday Night Lights”) had some sweet things to say about his co-star during a FOX411 interview. 

“It was a gift,” he said of working with Dunst. “I loved Kirsten’s work for a long time, and I was really excited once I’d met her, and she’s a great person. We’re both actors that just have fun with the material.”

This will be the first marriage for both actors. Dunst split with Garrett Hedlund, her boyfriend of four years, in April of last year.

We have just one thing to say about this wedding: Bring. It. On. 

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