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Sadiq Khan may be the Mayor of London but behind the headlines and news briefings, his experience of the current pandemic isn’t dissimilar to ours. Like so many of us, Sadiq is adjusting to life working from home and trying to keep his mental health in check… all whilst doing an extraordinary job as our
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Edward BerthelotGetty Images Fashion brands (at least the good ones) are informed by the zeitgeist. They cull the best from the worlds of cuisine, books, art, music, interiors, and beyond, and infuse that into their collections. They are magpies, creating distinctive nests—their boutiques and displays at retail outlets—that aim to captivate consumers. But in the
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When Dr. Deborah Birx delivers indispensable information on the federal government’s response to the pandemic, she does it in Hermès. The doctor is one of two women on the White House task force trying to slow the spread of an outbreak that, at the time of publication, has claimed more than 17,800 American lives. And
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Dry, unmanageable hair? We don’t know her While frizzy hair can certainly be a look sported on purpose, it’s also one of the most common hair woes out there. Whatever your hair type, whatever the season, you can suddenly find yourself with a frizzy layer of unmanageable strands. That’s because frizzy hair is caused by
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It all started because DeRay Mckesson was cold. In 2014, when the school administrator–turned–activist set out to drive from his home in Minneapolis to Ferguson, Missouri, to protest the police shooting of Michael Brown, he threw on a blue vest he’d bought five years earlier on a trip to New York City. Soon, images of
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