Jupiter in Gemini Will Inspire You To Broaden Your Mind
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by Seth Jubb
2d ago
When the planet of good fortune, Jupiter, enters the curious and playful sign of Gemini, our ways of communicating receive an optimistic upgrade. Wherever Jupiter is in the sky, it shows us how our tendency to grow will express itself, and in the sign of “The Twins,” there’s a special emphasis on our collective growth in knowledge, social connection, and ability to adapt. As the largest body in the solar system, aside from the Sun, Jupiter is associated with all things expansive: consciousness, faith, wealth, abundance, adventure, storytelling, etc. Jupiter is like a genie, asking us to make ..read more
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Sheika Daley Used to be a Math Major—Now, She’s One of the Biggest Celebrity Makeup Artists
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by Ama Kwarteng
3d ago
As a child, Sheika Daley’s favorite part about being a dancer was the recitals. One time, when she was seven, her mother came backstage to do her makeup. “I remember she had this one palette from Fashion Fair,” she tells me over the phone. “I’ll never forget it—it had a highlight, a black shade, a red blush, and blue eyeshadow. And she also had one red lipstick.” The transformative power of makeup struck Daley, even at that young age. “I fell in love with color after that.” Raised by a mother who is a painter and a father with an inclination toward music, it’s as if Daley was destined to be ..read more
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Here’s What Coveteur Editors Wear When They’re OOO
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by Leya Kaufman
3d ago
It’s that time of year: cordial coffee dates are slowly being replaced with patio reservations and afternoon Aperol spritzes. (It’s not day drinking, it’s European.) Despite the erratic weather at the beginning of spring, we’re finally seeing flirty hemlines and pops of color replace the drab, bulky layers of New York’s “Q1” style. As we start shopping for the imminent approach of Summer Fridays, we’re filling our carts with bold colors, barely-there sandals, mesh, and more. It's time to make space in our closets for the warm weekends ahead. From Memorial Day sale finds to versatile sundress ..read more
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Dr. Ewoma Takes ‘Glazed Donut Skin’ to the Next Level
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by Ama Kwarteng
3d ago
In today’s media environment, it feels as if we’re bombarded with new beauty products, treatments, and ingredients every day. This constant deluge of information can be a bit overwhelming, but Dr. Ewoma Ukeleghe’s voice cuts through all the noise. The London-based medical and cosmetic doctor imparts her clinical expertise through approachable videos on social media, and, thankfully, she’s not one to gatekeep. She shares everything from tips on how to use retinol to her favorite bronzers to advice on repairing your skin barrier and setting boundaries. Below, Dr. Ewoma details her wellness rit ..read more
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A Visit With The Dead Helped Me Forgive My Estranged Mother
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by Holly Solem
4d ago
A mouth appeared, its corners red and curling upwards like the Cheshire cat. The rest of the image filled in slowly as if wiping fog from a window, and I saw a nose, eyes, and the familiar soft, curly black hair my tiny child fingers once ran through while playing beauty parlor with my dear aunt Tawn. I started to choke. Something was lodged in my throat. An obstruction so massive it necessitated my fingers crawling behind molars and down into my esophagus to reach it. You can imagine my shock when I pulled out a bright, blue rabbit’s foot. Aunt Tawn laughed maniacally as she said, “It’s you ..read more
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Sunglasses, SPF, and Sunshine Are Necessary This Memorial Day Weekend
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by Paige Kowal
4d ago
The transition from spring to summer in New York involves cool mornings and evenings with sweltering heat sandwiched in between. Yet, I am shortening the hemlines and removing the jackets earlier and earlier each year. Sunshine and bodies of water are the only things that can coax the city out of its air-conditioned apartments; weekend trips to coastlines and swimming pools are imminent. Ahead, we’ve rounded up all the essentials you may need for your Memorial Day Weekend getaway, whether you're going near or far. Style It's nearly impossible not to daydream of the beach while sitting at a ..read more
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A New Exhibit Offers a Rare Glimpse Into Daniel Arsham’s World
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by Hilary George-Parkin
4d ago
For Daniel Arsham, creativity is a constant practice. The multidisciplinary artist sculpts larger-than-life busts, paints fantastical scenes blending antiquity and anime, collaborates with brands like Hot Wheels and Pokemon, and designs spaces for Kith and Hudson Yards through his firm Snarkitecture. Along the way, he photographs everything. Arsham’s photographic practice is now getting its due for the first time ever with an exhibition at Fotografiska New York called "Daniel Arsham: PHASES," accompanied by a hardcover monograph featuring more than 1,000 never-before-seen images. The works o ..read more
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Inside the Beauty Industry's Obsession with White Packaging
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by Caelan McMichael
5d ago
If you scroll through social media, you’ll surely come across an image of a tightly curated vanity or medicine cabinet, complete with artfully arranged cleansers, serums, and solutions. But if you pause and take a closer look, a commonality—aside from the concept of the image itself—emerges: white packaging. Brands like Olaplex, Ouai, La Roche Posay, La Mer, Supergoop, Inkey List, and Dermalogica, to name a few, all use this color, or similar muted neutral tones, as a representation of their brand identity. What’s the rationale behind all of this sameness? Color psychology, the study of how ..read more
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So, We All Want to Smell Like Weed Now?
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by Pia Velasco
5d ago
Lily of the Valley, gardenia, musk, pink pepper, and smoke. These are the fragrance ingredients I commonly lean toward in some variation or another. While the result is always different, the ingredients in my go-to scents are remarkably traditional despite their varying olfactive families and note combinations. So imagine my surprise when I spritzed House of BŌ’s Oro Verde eau de parfum and was instantly captivated by the subtle scent of… weed. While cannabis, the plant, has been around for longer than humans have been, our relationship with it has shifted throughout the years. This rings es ..read more
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Actress Nikki Amuka-Bird Made Her Cannes Debut in Nina Ricci
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by Hilary George-Parkin
5d ago
Everything's bigger at the Cannes Film Festival: the stars, the red carpets, the standing ovations, the gowns. So when actress Nikki Amuka-Bird called up stylist Holly White ahead of her inaugural turn in the French Riviera for her film Rumours, the pair knew they had to pull out all the stops. And where better to turn than Harris Reed's Nina Ricci? The house has made statement silhouettes its calling card, and the gown White and Amuka-Bird selected balances a sleek sheer lace column with exaggerated bows down the sleeves. It was the ideal choice for an utterly glamorous night, which started ..read more
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