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A Runway Regular on Why She Prefers Changing Diapers to Posing

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In the three years since she was discovered at an Auckland, New Zealand, coffee shop, Ashleigh Good has risen from ingenue to modeling industry fixture. Success came quickly—Good signed with Ford Models, landed a Givenchy exclusive, and appeared on the cover of Italian Vogue, all in a little more than one year—but Good also made the transition look easy.

But in 2014, Good’s life and career shifted when she became pregnant with her first child, Emily. She largely disappeared from the runway, only to reemerge as the first pregnant model to close Chanel’s Haute Couture show. In the year since, Good has wholeheartedly embraced her new role as a model mom, even bringing Emily along backstage to shows like Alexander Wang and in front of the lens in a campaign for Dolce & Gabbana. Here, Good weighs in on what it’s like to share the catwalk with her infant daughter and the words of advice she’ll share if Emily decides to follow in her footsteps.

Do you approach your career differently now that you’re a mom?
I think being a mum makes you appreciate everything a little more. I admire all the other working mothers who have been doing it long before me. Emily is my number one priority now, so I’m lucky my job is so flexible to allow her to be a part of it. I live for her and work for her, and to be able to enjoy doing that is lucky. In terms of the jobs I do, I’m really happy that people are so supportive and still want to work with me. I try and take any job I can, especially with those who are my big supporters. At the same time, however, I have to make sure things are right for Emily, she gets enough Mummy time, and she isn’t traveling around too much. I’m blessed to have such a great traveler; she travels well, and it’s a lot more fun to be doing it with her rather than by myself. The bottom line is, having kids gives everything you do a purpose. It makes life worth living.

You’ve been modeling now for a little more than three years—what life lessons have you picked up in the industry?
To remain grounded. People always say how cool and amazing all the things I’ve done are, the people I’ve worked with, the places I’ve been, and it really has all been amazing and I’ve cherished every moment—but at the end of July when everyone I work with is going to Greece or the Caribbean for an amazing summer, I always come home to little old New Zealand and spend our winter with my family, remembering my roots and where I come from. I think now that Emily is here I will be home more often. Family and the sense of home is so very important to me.

 



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What do you feel working in fashion gives you?
Change. I love that I can play eight different characters in one day, I love to act, and I love to fit in so many different scenarios, and this industry fulfills that for me. It’s great fun being in the garments, too.

How do you spend your time off the runway?
Being a mum. I love waking up early, going to the park, washing, cleaning, cooking, picking up the same toy 50 times a day. I love changing nappies, putting cute outfits together, teaching, laughing, giggling, bath times, story time, bedtime. I love it all! I think being a mum is my true calling.

You’ve done runway and campaigns for Dolce & Gabbana with Emily, and now a recent editorial—what is it like working with her?
Wow! That was such a beautiful shoot. It was for Australian VogueNicole [Bentley] is such a lovely photographer and, like me, a working mum. In fact, Kate, the stylist, was pregnant at the time with her second set of twins. I think it was one of the first times that I’ve worked with mothers, and we all talked about mum things. Emily, of course, was a star. She is so photogenic and loves to be photographed; it was hard to get a pic without her smiling. I’m lucky to have had many one-of-a-kind moments that have been so magically special: People have been so caring and kind. To be able to integrate your baby into your career is so special.

What advice would you give your daughter if she one day decides to start a career in fashion?
Work hard, make friendships, and stay grounded.

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14 Must-Have Home Products For Couples Who Keep It Real

Living with your significant other can get rough. So thank goodness for his and hers “Star Wars” printed hand towels that keep the mood light.

The items join a legion of other home products for couples who seriously know how to keep it real, whether that’s splitting the whiskey evenly or splitting the bed between him, her and the dog. Prepare space on your shelves: Every cool co-habitation couple needs…

Accessorizing your space is great. But if you’re a truly ambitious home improvement couple, try tackling this cartoonish kitchen makeover: 

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Hemingway at the Morgan Library

It documents the disciplined evolution of one of America’s finest writers:

Ernest Hemingway: Between Two Wars opens Sept. 25 at the Morgan Library and Museum in Manhattan. It’s the first-ever major museum exhibition of his work, and promises a thorough examination of how the author honed his craft and brought emotional life to his writing.

“In a nutshell it’s about Hemingway’s creative process, focusing on his most creative period in terms of the quality of what he was producing,” says Declan Kiely, curator of the exhibition. “It’s the inter-war period that’s most interesting.”

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Hemingway’s 1923 passport (detail), 1923. Ernest Hemingway Photograph Collection. John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum.

It’s been organized by the Morgan Library & Museum in collaboration with the Ernest Hemingway Collection at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, where most of Hemingway’s papers are housed.

“We talk about how the First World War shaped him and his short stories and defined him as a writer,” he says. “Then we go through Paris, then Key West, to Cuba and then World War II.”

All along the way, the exhibition is punctuated generously with words and images: Hemingway in a hospital bed in Italy, in a laughing exchange with Agnes von Kurowsky and on crutches outside a hospital in Milan.

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There’s his first short story (written on Red Cross stationery, complete with suicidal ending), the invitation to tea at Gertrude Stein’s Paris salon and the first two chapters of “The Sun Also Rises,” excised from the book’s first manuscript at Scott Fitzgerald’s suggestion. Not to mention part of the autograph manuscript for “A Farewell to Arms.”

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“We’re showing three of seven original notebooks that Hemingway used in school exercise books, so people can see the kinds of material he used and how the text changes, and how he stripped down the dialog and surrounding text,” he says.

The result is a demonstration of Hemingway’s intense efforts to get the essence of his experiences down on paper, with the fewest number of words. “It shows the way that he cut and wrote at the same time,” he says. “He writes half a page, says it’s not good enough and strikes it right out. It is Hemingway as craftsman.”

Which, for most writers, will be akin to gazing upon the Holy Grail itself.

J. Michael Welton writes about architecture, art and design for national and international publications, and edits www.architectsandartisans.com, where portions of this post first appeared. He’s also the author of “Drawing from Practice: Architects and the Meaning of Freehand,” published by Routledge Press.

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Maud Le Car Surfs In Heels And A Dress, Puts Us All To Shame

Surfing is hard enough for some people, but doing it in high heels? For pro surfer Maud Le Car, it ain’t no thing. 

In the video above, Le Car dons a cocktail dress, earrings and a pair of heels before she dives into the ocean with her board. The 23-year-old makes her moves look easy and totally badass at the same time.

The clip may be an ad for mosquito repellant company Para’Kito, one of Le Car’s sponsors; their tagline “naturally free” closes the video.    

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Man Charged In Connection To 1994 Theft Of O.J. Simpson’s Heisman Trophy

A man found in possession of O.J. Simpson’s Heisman Trophy, which disappeared from the University of Southern California in 1994, has been charged with receiving stolen property, Los Angeles prosecutors said on Wednesday.

A spokesman for the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office said Lewis Eugene Sparks, 56, was not accused of stealing the famed trophy but had kept it for two decades since the theft.

Prosecutors said Sparks, who was taken into custody on Monday, attempted to sell the trophy late last year.

The Heisman, college football’s top award, was given to Simpson in 1968 after he starred as a running back for USC and before his professional Hall of Fame career in the National Football League.

It was taken from Heritage Hall on the USC campus along with Simpson’s USC jersey and a plaque on July 28, 1994, weeks after the former player was arrested and charged in the murder of his ex-wife and her friend.

The Heisman was missing for more than 20 years until it was recovered by Los Angeles police in December. No arrests were made at the time.

Sparks, who expected to make an initial court appearance later on Wednesday, faces up to six years in prison if he is convicted. Prosecutors said he had a prior conviction for burglary.

Simpson, who became an actor and TV pitchman following his NFL career, was acquitted of the June 12, 1994, murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman after the “Trial of the Century” that was covered exhaustively by the U.S. media.

He was found liable for their deaths in 1997 following a separate civil court trial.

Simpson was convicted in 2008 of robbing two memorabilia dealers in a Las Vegas hotel room and sentenced to 33 years in a Nevada prison. Now 68, he is eligible for parole in 2017.

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Sure, this magical Dunkin Donuts physically exists in Maine, but its emotional center will always be in Boston. 

For those living under a rock, Judge Richard Berman nullified Tom Brady’s four-game suspension on Thursday, instantly making him the most beloved man in New England since Paul Revere or something. 

 

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Hand-Painted Wedding Shoes Are An Indie Bride’s Dream Come True

Whether they’re flat, gold and strappy or your something blue, shoes are a big part of any bride’s big day.

But for the truly unique bride, not just any old pump will do. That’s where Deborah Thomson, creator of Figgie Shoes, comes in. Thomson creates unique, hand-painted footwear specific to the wedding’s theme.  

Embellishing the shoes with things like the wedding date, declarations of love, inside jokes and even the wedding hashtag, the pumps are a great conversation starter and make for some incredible photo ops.

“Most shoes will comfortably fit 8-12 personalized items, so we start by identifying those key memories or wedding details they want painted on the shoes,” Thomson told The Huffington Post . “The couple’s names and wedding date are always popular choices, and often ‘I Do’ at the back of the heels and the flowers in her bouquet are incorporated.”

As with all things related to weddings, the shoes will cost you (they start at $ 598, and Thomson says with embellishments brides usually end up spending between $ 720-$ 850), but think of it as a two-for-one deal: a pair of shoes to wear on your wedding day and a piece of artwork you can put on display for years of wedded bliss to come.

 

 

Thomson, who recently got married herself, told HuffPost Weddings that experiencing her own wedding has changed her business for the better.

“I can understand and relate to brides in ways I never could before. Down to the tiny details, I know how special those little things are and how much hard work and heart goes into planning something that’s over in one day,” she said. “If I can help those memories last longer and preserve their hard work and their vision in a unique way, I am thankful for that opportunity.”

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Wim Wenders Wants You To Give 3D Cinema A Chance

Wim Wenders is a name that signals an immediate flow of love and admiration from cinephiles and road movie fans. From the road films that defined much of his career, including 1975’s “Alice in the Cities” and Palme d’Or winner “Paris, Texas,” to his most revered masterpiece, 1984’s “Wings of Desire,” to documentaries “Buena Vista Social Club” and 2011’s “Pina,” one of the first 3D arthouse films, the filmmaker has made sure to continually reinvent himself throughout his 40-plus years in the business. Whether it was embracing the spontaneity of filming on the road, adopting HD video or implementing 3D into his work in unconventional ways, Wenders’ creative appetite has always been satiated by the unexplored.

His upcoming drama,”Every Thing Will Be Fine,” starring James Franco and Rachel McAdams, is attempting to change the conversation and reception of 3D filmmaking, something Wenders is a strong advocate of. “I have to talk so much about convincing people it will be worth it because it’s in their mind that 3D is not for them, especially in the art house,” Wenders told The Huffington Post.

The filmmaker sat down with HuffPost to discuss his hopes for the medium while reflecting on his career, which is currently being celebrated at IFC Center’s monthlong touring retrospective. “Wim Wenders: Portraits Along the Road” will screen 12 films, including 11 restorations of his classics and rarities, in New York before traveling across 15 states. Here’s our full conversation with Wenders:

This retrospective is so exciting, since it’s touring across the country. Traveling through America has been a major theme in your work.

True. It reminds me, the first time I traveled with my films was in 1978. We went through the entire Midwest at a dozen universities. That was the first time I toured with any of my films in America. We actually had the prints in our truck. Lots of Q&As. Stayed in lots of fancy, or not-at-all fancy little hotels, because you didn’t have all that much money at the time. At the time, we traveled with a three-pack of “The American Friend,” “Kings of the Road” and “Wrong Move.”

So much of your filmography focuses on the wanderer searching for themselves throughout their travels. What first drew you to the the misfit traveler and how do you think it’s evolved over the course of your career?

I didn’t start out like that. I was a little unhappy because I felt I was, strangely, imitating other movies. My very first film, “Summer in the City,” looked like a Cassavetes movie. “The Goalie’s Anxiety at the Penalty Kick” looked like a Hitchcock film. And the next one, “Scarlet Letter,” looked like a historic epic. Then I said, “Wait a minute. If this is what it’s all about, filmmaking to imitate other movies, that’s not for me, then.” I really wanted to find out what I could do on my own without any model. That’s when I shot — I said, “If this movie’s going to be one that nobody else could have made except me, then I’d continue filmmaking.” That became “Alice in the Cities” and that was my first road movie. And I really discovered it innocently on my own. I think I didn’t know you could make a film on the road, traveling and changing as it went along. That was a big discovery. I kept shooting like this for almost a decade on the road. That became, in a way, my trademark. At least for a while.

Were you conscious of it becoming your trademark at the time?

No. I felt like a fish in the water because I finally knew something that really corresponded to me and that I felt I didn’t owe to anybody else. And you know, road movies are really a modernized version of Westerns. I’d grown up with Western movies, I loved them. But of course I wouldn’t want to shoot any because today a Western would be a historic film. And I’m not so much friends with horses. I like cows and I like rock ‘n’ roll. Road movies, they just combined everything I liked: driving, traveling, listening to music and sort of going into the unknown. I didn’t know it was going to be a trademark. Then I think it was critics and the audience who sort of classified it.   

How do you feel about that? Would you prefer your work to not have labels?

As soon as you realize you’ve been classified, you want to get out of that. So I did get out of that, but I still made another road movie. I think I made the ultimate road movie in 1991 with “Until the End of the World” where we traveled once around the globe in many, many different cars and ships and trains and planes. Then I realized there were other kinds of movies to make.

What you said about going into the unknown in your films, did that at all reflect your approach to making them?

I like the kind of filmmaking where you as a filmmaker and your team would sort of make an experience and go on an adventure, and not just pretend to have an adventure. I think the audience knows if the filmmakers really are on an adventure or produced an adventure. I was much more in favor of going for the adventure with my team and actors, and being involved in it. I always felt this was more intoxicating than pretending. That’s why I’ve been doing a lot more documentaries lately over the past 20 years, because it seemed in the documentary field it was easier to uphold that maxim to have an adventure.

You’re also an avid photographer. That medium has changed so much as digital photography has become ubiquitous and entire films are being shot on iPhones. What do you think of those changes in relation to filmmaking?

It would’ve been unimaginable 20, 30, 50 years ago that you would say people walked around with phones that had cameras in them and give them access to any encyclopedia and movies and music. I mean, it was science fiction. I actually showed that phenomenon in my only science-fiction film in “Until the End of the World.” People were running around with these mobile phones that had screens on them and they actually saw their own dreams on them — we’re not quite there yet. Today, it’s amazing: every person is tied to their machine. It’s scary. So making movies on these machines now is natural. I’m also teaching films and my students and I make lots of movies on iPhones. I’m aware of the medium, and at the same time it’s still a little painful for me when I see people using it to actually watch movies that were made with an intention to show images that were supposed to be seen on the screen. But then again, [points to his Apple Watch] I can go tinier. 

Would you watch a movie on there?

I wouldn’t for the hell watch anything else, but sometimes news. It’s scary that it gets even smaller.

But you have embraced some new technology, such as 3D.

I always loved technology. I was always a geek. I was the very first filmmaker who adopted high-definition video. “Until the End of the World” was the very first film that used digital cinematography, period. And “Buena Vista Social Club” was the first all-digital documentary out in theaters. And “Pina” was the first 3D film. So I always loved technology when I had the impression it allowed us to do things we weren’t able to do before. Sometimes that’s true, sometimes that’s not. 

Looking back on your career, what would you had done differently if you had access to advanced technology at the time?

I don’t know. I’ve always tried to work on the cutting edge of what was possible. Sometimes the cutting edge was also a strange link to the past. Like “Wings of Desire” was shot in black and white. The director of photography [Henri Alekan] was 80 years old and had started his career in the silent movies. But on the other hand, it was cutting edge in terms of how you can move cameras. We invented cranes that didn’t exist yet and Steadicam didn’t exist yet. We moved the camera in ways that nobody had seen before. But at the same time, it was very old-fashioned aesthetics. So sometimes it’s a mixture of what’s possible and what one would like to conserve of the past.

How else do you want to innovate moving forward?

I’m a big defender of 3D cinema and I’m shocked and sad about what is actually being done with this fantastic medium, and how much is going to the dogs because there’s not enough good stuff produced with it. A lot of people are now turned off and think a 3D movie by definition must be garbage. I just shot the first intimate drama in 3D in “Everything Will Be Fine.” […] There’s this huge prejudice against one of the greatest inventions in the history of cinema. Now the industry is either ruining it or not accepting it as language. They just use it as effect and that drives me crazy. I really, really hope it still has a chance to catch on and be used by documentary filmmakers, authors and independent filmmakers. I don’t know why everybody is shying away from it. Everybody thinks it can only be used for effect.

Is that why you chose to use it in a drama?

Yeah, because I was convinced it is a medium that gets you much closer to people. It’s a medium that you can use for very intimate purposes. Acting in front of a 3D camera is a whole new territory. In most 3D films you see, almost all of them, there is no real serious acting happening. Most actors in 3D movies are caricatures. Even somebody as great as Johnny Depp as a pirate is just caricature. But 3D acting is really unbelievable because they see so much more and see so precisely. They see every tiny moment of over-acting, they see every mistake. They’re almost like x-rays, you see through to people’s souls. That is a propensity that is not really being discovered in cinema. 

Will you use it again in your next film, “The Beautiful Days of Aranjuez”?

As long as it’s still possible. I’ve now shot five films already in 3D. Well, two features and three short films. “The Beautiful Days of Aranjuez,” that’s the third feature now in 3D but I didn’t count it in because I’m still editing it. It’s a drama. Only two people. It’s the last dialogue of a man and a woman before the end of the world. 

Jean-Luc Godard is one of the only other art house filmmakers to use 3D besides you.

Yes. And he used it in his very own way. You can always count on him to be quite … destructive at the same time, on the medium.

You wouldn’t employ 3D in the ways he did in “Goodbye to Language”?

I think it’s a great medium for narrative film, and his film is more like an essay film. And “Pina” was really a documentary. I think really as a narrative medium, it still needs to be discovered.

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Netflix And Chill: An Opening Ceremony Editorial

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When you go to Netflix.com, the website shows images of families smiling at each other, sitting together in big living rooms with tons of natural light. It also shows photos of people streaming shows on their iPhones or tablets on park benches on sunny mornings. None of these images seem realistic to me.

I wanted the images in Opening Ceremony’s latest photo journal to emulate the trance that occurs when a viewer has been binge-watching. Although the images that I shot are set in the dark, they’re a little bit more realistic than what these online streaming companies are advertising. Plus, I don’t think staying in to watch the whole new season of OITNB ever killed anyone, right? Stream on. View the rest of the photos from the editorial on the Opening Ceremony website.

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Don’t Remake Forbidden Planet

Science fiction was a hot film category back in the 1950s, yielding a slew of bad movies (Ed Wood’s Plan Nine from Outer Space stands alone as the worst of all time) and a handful of well-done stories of substance. In the case of classics like The Thing, The Day the Earth Stood Still, War of the Worlds, Invasion of the Body Snatchers they have all been remade at least once. None of the remakes is as good as the original, although the second Body Snatchers (with Donald Sutherland and Leonard Nimoy) was decent. Younger audiences may disagree even if they have seen the originals. How can BW compete with CGI?

As good as those films were, towering above them was Forbidden Planet (1956), in color with state of the art effects for its time. Moreover it features a cerebral script, with substance and humor. The story is loosely based on Shakespeare’s The Tempest. Not knowing that does not detract from the film.

There have been rumors of remakes. James Cameron was supposed to work on this but he’s been tied up with Avatar sequels for some time. What I fear is a CGI blowout that overwhelms the story (a good example of this is War of the Worlds with Tom Cruise). Something like J. J. Abrams’ Star Trek reboot gets away with this because the story and the characters are prominent and control the narrative, the substance, rather than being dominated by special effects. In Forbidden Planet, the ancient race of the Krell, destroyed by their own almost infinite power, two thousand centuries before, are more mysterious and beguiling by not being shown. CGI would be all over them.

There are a few things today’s audience would have to get past, but remember, the film is almost 60 years old and must be viewed in the context of the period in which it was made.

After announcing that we achieved the level of technology required for interstellar space travel, a somber narrator says at the beginning: “And so at last, mankind began the conquest and colonization of deep space.” So humankind’s (“mankind” here) mission is to conquer and colonize? In the 1950s it was viewed this way. Star Trek changes this and proclaims exploration and non-interference as their mission statement, although human foibles could get in the way sometimes. But in Avatar, the conquerors are the bad guys and the lesson is abundantly clear.

The human crew has no diversity whatsoever: sex, race, species, all homogeneously white and young. Some of the mid-20th century wisecracking seems out of place, but it wouldn’t to audiences of that time. The captain is called “skipper.” The cook (for comic relief) complains, “Another one of them new worlds. No beer, no women, no pool parlors, nothing. Nothing to do but throw rocks at tin cans, and we gotta bring our own cans.” Beer? Pool parlors? And of course you’d want women hanging around pool parlors.

After the captain and his two senior officers are treated to lunch, Dr. Morbius explains how Robby the Robot prepares all the food and “even manufactures the raw materials.” The medical officer comments, “I thought Robby had managed some feminine touches. I take it Mrs. Morbius isn’t at home today.” And a household disintegrator beam is “every housewife’s dream.”

Objectification of the lone female character Altaira/Miranda (Anne Francis — dolled up like Marilyn Monroe) is only offensive if we take it out of historical context. One of the officers tries to take advantage, but she doesn’t understand the purpose of kissing, so he says, “you givin’ me the treatment?”, in the vernacular of a 1950s pool hall. The captain complains that her clothes are too provocative and blames her. Apparently back then the default position was that it was always the woman’s fault.

One final observation: the story, especially centering around the three main crew members, seems like a prototype for the original Star Trek. Some fact-checking websites confirm this with some of Gene Roddenberry’s correspondence. The parallels are as fairly obvious as are the differences. Finally, the only remake I would trust would be one that used Star Trek characters.

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Vogue Social Editor Chloe Malle and Graham Albert’s Wedding in Southwestern France

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Vogue Social Editor Chloe Malle and Graham Albert met through mutual friend Hussein at an Ethiopian New Year’s dinner at Zoma, an Ethiopian restaurant in Harlem. The two dated for four and a half years before Graham proposed on New Year’s Day in 2014 while they were visiting Santa Barbara on a weekend trip. “I was cranky,” admits Chloe. “So he was nervous and kind of scared of me and just kept it really simple while we were taking a walk in the evening before dinner. He said, ‘I have a question. I think we should get married.’ And my first response was, ‘That’s not a question!’ I know I’m a brat, but I’m an editor—what do you want from me? Then I said, ‘Oh wow, this is happening.’ I don’t think I ever actually said ‘yes,’ there was no need. He brought the ring out of his pocket in a Kleenex—a detail that makes my mother [Candice Bergen] shudder and yell, ‘A KLEENEX!’ every time she hears it.”

Chloe never had preconceived grand plans for her big day. “Before we got engaged, and for several months afterward, the idea of a wedding really stressed me out,” she admits. “Where to have it, who to invite, how to make it personal and actually enjoy it. I couldn’t get my mind around it. The only thing I knew I wanted was to wear Valentino white lace espadrilles, but other than that I had nothing!”

After the initial overwhelming days following Graham’s proposal, she realized that the only place she would really feel completely comfortable and happy getting married was Le Coual, her father, Louis Malle’s house in Southwestern France. “It is a sixteenth-century stone manor house that my father bought almost 50 years ago when it was completely derelict and had last been used during World War II as a Resistance hideout,” she explains. “He restored it beautifully and loved being there more than any place in the world. I grew up spending every summer there and the minute I turn down the driveway my heart leaps—I get so excited, it’s a visceral reaction, I just love being there more than anything. When my father died, he left the house to me and my two half-siblings. They both live in Paris with their families and our time together in Le Coual each summer is sometimes the only time we spend together all year. For the past several summers, Graham has been coming to Le Coual with me, and during his first trip he seamlessly blended into the fabric of the house and its occupants—this was one of the first times I really imagined spending the rest of our lives together. When I suggested we get married in Le Coual, he was thrilled.”

Chloe and Graham both knew that it would have to be small though—“Like really small,” says Chloe. “My mother and father got married there 35 years ago, and they had thirteen guests!” The only way for them to make it work was to have a party in New York with their extended family and friends and treat that like the traditional wedding reception—and then have the event at Le Coual for just a handful of their closest friends and immediate family. “Originally, I thought we’d have a party in New York after the wedding, but my mother was so eager for us to get married immediately that our compromise was to do a big engagement party in New York that felt like a wedding and then get married the following summer in Le Coual. It ended up being the perfect solution because the actual wedding in France was small enough that Graham and I were both able to really enjoy ourselves,” says Chloe.

The two visual references Chloe used as inspiration for the wedding were Valentino lace espadrilles and the annual fetes that the local villages all have once a year in their main square, called un bal champêtre. “There are always long picnic tables with strings of round bulb lights overhead,” she explains. “I wanted it to be country chic or ‘paysan chic’ as Graham described the dress code on our website which he made. The goal was for the celebration to feel comfortable and lively and true to the region but sort of a stylized version, thus the Valentino espadrilles!”

For Chloe, finding a dress was the easiest part of the process. “I was convinced I wanted a vintage dress, a Victorian lace tea dress—but then in the spring of 2014, soon after I had gotten engaged, I was absently scrolling through photos of Oscar de la Renta’s 2015 Bridal show and the first look was the prettiest, simplest, loveliest wedding dress I had ever seen,” remembers Chloe. “It was exactly what I wanted for a French country wedding, it looked like the dress Belle from Beauty and the Beast might wear if she ended up marrying Gaston in her village instead of the Beast. I immediately emailed Erika Bearman at Oscar de la Renta and asked her about the dress. It turned out they weren’t producing it, but it had been Oscar’s favorite dress of the show, which of course made my heart melt, and it turned out to be Oscar’s last bridal collection. Thanks to Erika I ended up wearing the sample and having it altered—obviously, I’m vertically challenged—and I couldn’t have been happier.”

The shoes were another story. Chloe had already purchased the Valentino espadrilles she’d been eyeing, but when she tried them on with the dress, they competed a bit with the simplicity and crispness of the dress’s broderie anglaise. So, her mother ordered white satin ballet slippers and had them custom dyed to match a periwinkle grosgrain ribbon from M&J Trimming so the ribbon could hold her bouquet and the shoes could serve as her something blue. Then Chloe found a gorgeous pair of antique emerald and diamond dragonfly earrings on 1stdibs that she and her mother fell in love with. “My mom bought them for me as a wedding gift and my ‘something new’—I was thrilled,” she says. “They were the only jewelry I wore for the wedding besides my engagement ring and later my wedding band. The dragonflies were the perfect size and the green of the emeralds was so vibrant it really felt like the perfect touch for a country wedding outdoors.”

With the addition of the earrings, it quickly became clear that the blue ballet slippers no longer worked though. Luckily, Chloe’s mother found a pair of fuchsia satin Christian Louboutin espadrilles that were the perfect fun pop of color and worked well with the earrings. “But it was a lot of pop, so the jury was still out!” jokes Chloe.

Two weeks before the wedding, Chloe was going through a box in the back of a closet at home and almost eerily came upon the little white leather ballet slippers that her mother wore for her wedding. It was serendipity. “She had had lace appliqués sewn onto the top of the toe box, and they were so pretty and delicate I felt like there was no way I couldn’t wear them,” says Chloe. “There was my something old! I ended up wearing both the Valentino and Christian Louboutin espadrilles throughout the wedding weekend too, and they were a big hit.”

When it came down to planning the nitty-gritty of the wedding weekend, the logistics weren’t simple. The location of Le Coual is very remote. “It is truly La France profonde, as they say, and someone local doing my hair and makeup wasn’t really an option. I also didn’t love the idea of making a huge fuss about that since the other aspects of the wedding were so relaxed and low-key,” she explains. “I asked my friend Suzy Gerstein, who is a wonderful editorial makeup artist, for a tutorial before I left for France, and I studiously practiced all the tips and tricks she showed me and filled my arsenal with the tools I would need. I didn’t want to wear a lot of makeup anyway, so it ended up being the perfect solution. I had a whole pipe dream that my mother and I were going to go to the Braid Bar at John Barrett and get a braiding tutorial and then she could just do my hair for the wedding, but whenever I relayed this brilliant plan to people, they convinced me it was a recipe for disaster. And when I told Vogue.com Beauty Director Catherine Piercy about it, she diplomatically asked, ‘Is your mom particularly good at braiding hair? Or doing hair?’ My response? ‘Hmm. Well, no, she’s not, but it just sounded like a good idea.’ Catherine swiftly put me in touch with a member of Guido Palau’s team, Andre Cueto Saavedra, in Paris, and the rest was easy. Andre came down on the train Friday night and went back on Saturday right after he finished doing my mom’s and my hair. And boy, was it worth it. I wanted my hair back and braided loosely with some wildflowers nestled in and that’s exactly what I got but so much prettier and more lyrical than I imagined.”

Gyl Crayssac, the mayor of Lugagnac, the local village which has a population of 100 people, married Chloe and Graham in a civil ceremony inside the town hall. “The town hall is one small room that fit about 40 people standing, and it is the same room where my mother and father were married,” says Chloe. “I really wanted to be married in France—I didn’t want it to be a ‘fake wedding.’ The mayor counted Le Coual as my French residence, so we were able to do that, plus a lot of paperwork! My sister and Graham’s sister were our two witnesses, and the four of us signed about 500 French legal documents before the ceremony was over.”

After the civil ceremony, which lasted about 20 minutes, the couple went down the hill to the village square and shared a champagne toast with everyone in the village. “The village is really small, and we know everyone—a wedding is a big event so this was a nice way to include people, and it felt very festive.”

Guests then either walked or drove the kilometer back to the house for cocktail hour in the front garden. “People were very excited about the local foie gras,” laughs Chloe. “My father loved Django Reinhardt and Stéphane Grappelli, as do I, and so we found a trio that could play their music. It was important to me that there be notes of my father in different parts of the wedding.”

The group moved to the other side of the house for dinner, which was in the walled-in garden behind the kitchen where the family usually has all their meals. “I wanted the evening to be a chic version of a bal champêtre, or a country village picnic, so we found these vintage bistro chairs and the plates are actually painted tin by a wonderful place in Paris called Au Bain Marie,” says Chloe. “I probably spent the most time on planning the tables. I looked at different fabrics for the tablecloths for months and finally decided on this lovely Carolina Irving stripe print in grass green and had it made into giant tablecloths. Our florist, Zeste, from nearby Montauban, did a great job working with my directions to make it very lively and natural using wildflowers and vintage vessels and vases. We strung strings of lights with large round bulbs like they always have at the village fetes.”

The couple used a local caterer who owns a restaurant in the closest town, Cahors. “We served everything family style and had a variety of local vegetable appetizers and then duck for the main course,” says Chloe. “Dessert is very important to me, and the French don’t really do wedding cakes, so we had a big dessert table instead and served a variety of fruit tarts, chocolate mousse, and clafoutis.”

Chloe’s half-sister; her best friend, Jackie; her uncle; Graham’s best friend, Brett; and the couple’s mutual friend Hussein all gave toasts. And then after dinner, Chloe changed into a short Alberta Ferretti dress for dancing and wore her Valentino lace espadrilles since her mother’s ballet slippers were a size too big. “I saw the dress on the runway last spring and fell in love,” remembers Chloe. “I can’t wait to wear it again.” After dessert, everyone walked across the property to the old barn, which the DJ, James Nanobox, and the couple’s wedding coordinator, Heather Jerue, had turned into a disco. “We didn’t have a first dance, but I really wanted to start the night off with Motown, so I asked the DJ to play Stevie Wonder’s ‘Signed, Sealed, Delivered I’m Yours’ when we walked in, which felt appropriate! We had a man come and make crepes outside the barn starting at 1:00 a.m.—I had three. And then, we danced until 3:00 a.m. at which point the shuttle bus drivers got cranky and wanted to go home, so we had to round everyone up. It ended up being good to finish on a high note while everyone was still having a great time.”

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But dude … what is life, though? – Probably this baby. 

A crazy cute video shared on Facebook features “Brain Games” host Jason Silva getting existential, chatting about the “miracle of life,” with an adorable baby girl. The tot looks like she’s taking it aaaaall in. And while she probably has no idea what the heck Silva’s talking about, the expression on her face is of wonder and imagination — pretty much everything that will make you wish you were a kid again. 

The video, which was shared on Tuesday, has been going viral on Facebook with more than 16 million views as of Thursday afternoon. We’re not surprised. After all, it’s a baby with the cutest expression on her face listening to some big, big words. 

Watch as Silva chats with the baby about her being.  

“You’re grasping all this amazing information as you map and model the world. You’re growing, you’re learning, you’re expanding, you’re slowly emerging as a thinking being,” Silva says in the video. “What is this actual piece of divine miracle that somehow this universe allowed to organize? It’s insane. Looking into your eyes actually feels like you’re looking into a galaxy. 

The baby is totally like, “NO WAY. GET OUT, BRUH.”

 

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6 Steps for Planning the Wedding You Want With the Budget You Have

Only 6 percent of couples manage to come in under budget while planning their weddings, according to The Knot’s 2014 Real Weddings Study. With the average cost of weddings on the rise, planning a beautiful, meaningful wedding within your budget may seem daunting, but it really is possible. Whether you have $ 4,000 or $ 40,000, here are six steps for planning the wedding you want with the budget you have.

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1. Create a Wedding Philosophy

A mission statement guides a company’s decision-making process, just like a wedding philosophy will guide your wedding planning process. You can view sample wedding philosophies here. Before you pick out napkin colors, you and your partner should ask yourselves these questions:

  • What is the purpose of our wedding?
  • How do we want to feel about our wedding?
  • How do we want our guests to feel about our wedding?
  • What are our values and priorities?

Your philosophy might be, “We want to honor our guests and our culture’s traditions.” Tough decisions will come up like, “Should we spend an extra few hundred dollars to buy an arch to stand under during the ceremony?” You can look and see if the purchase aligns with your philosophy. Is the arch an important part of your culture? Is it an important family tradition? Will your guests feel more honored seeing the arch? If the answer to these questions is “no,” your decision has been made for you.

2. List Negotiables vs. Non-Negotiables

Using your wedding philosophy to guide you, you and your partner should create two lists: one of the non-negotiable items you absolutely can’t imagine your wedding without, and one of the negotiable items that would be fun to have, but you could skip if you need to. For every couple, these lists will be different because every couple has unique priorities. When you have a strong sense of your priorities, it will be easier for you to determine how to spend your wedding funds.

3. Splurge and Cut Costs

Financial expert Ramit Sethi says you should spend extravagantly on the things you love, “but you have to cut costs mercilessly on the things you don’t.” While Sethi’s advice is for general spending, this approach is greatly effective for wedding planning. You can have the non-negotiable items you’ve dreamed of at your wedding, as long as you’re willing to cut expenses for things that aren’t as important to you.

One couple might hire an experienced photographer and use faux flowers in their ceremony while another couple would ask a friend to photograph their wedding so they can splurge on professional floral arrangements. It’s up to each individual couple to determine the areas in which they’d like to splurge or cut costs.

4. Research Supply Costs

Your wedding budget should have columns labeled “item,” “projected cost,” and “actual cost.” Use Google Shopping to get a feel for the cost of the supplies you think you might like to purchase, and enter the prices under “projected cost.”

Start with non-negotiables, then move on to less important items like that rhinestone encrusted “bride” bathrobe. Leave wiggle room for unexpected expenses because they will pop up. (You hear it will be 30 degrees hotter on your wedding day than you expected? You better buy more water bottles!)

Once you’ve projected what you’ll spend on supplies, you and your partner may need to go back and cut supplies that aren’t important to you in order to stay within budget. As you make purchases, track your spending in the “actual cost” column and tweak your spending as needed.

5. Don’t Let Vendors Beat Around the Bush

When you contact vendors, explain the services you’re envisioning and the amount of money you’re planning to spend. Then, ask which services they could offer to maximize your budget. Save time by insisting on a price quote before attending an in-person consultation. This will help you quickly weed out vendors who are out of your price range and find vendors who can creatively work within your budget.

6. Get Creative

It may take some creativity to cut costs in negotiable areas. Skip any traditions that aren’t meaningful to you, consider DIY projects, and ask friends and relatives for help. Invest in professionals who will execute services you’re passionate about, but ask volunteers to assist you with things that you don’t mind being done without experienced help.

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You can absolutely plan the wedding you want with the budget you have. Rather than agonizing over every penny or going way over budget, your wedding philosophy will guide you in spending lavishly on the items that are incredibly special to you, and ruthlessly cutting costs on those that aren’t.

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Through Your Lens: These Furry Felines Around The World Will Warm Up Your Heart

The WorldPost’s “Through Your Lens” series brings you mesmerizing photos taken by social media users in different countries around the world every week.  

Cats may be known for their quick reflexes and flexible bodies, but they’re probably most universally valued for one thing — their companionship. The photos below show our favorite cats are heavily involved in our daily lives. You’ll see them perching atop a fence playing with an elderly man in Ireland or lounging in an outdoor chair in Tokyo. They’ll also respect your me-time. You’ll also see them wandering alone, perching on rocks by the sea in Greece or crawling across rooftops in Italy.

Instagram users from all around the world submitted photos of adorable cats against equally stunning backdrops. Whether you’re a cat or a dog person, we’re sure these photos of these adorable kitties will warm up your heart.

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8 Benefits To Having A Beard

Beards are not only crazy hot (hey, its science), they’re actually good for you. So if someone ever brings up that one study that found feces particles in beards, you can counter with any of the following 8 facts:


1. A beard can protect your face from the sun’s damaging rays.

“Men with a lot of skin exposure end up with leathery skin and increase in wrinkles,” Dermatologist Bobby Buka, founder of Greenwich Village Dermatology and section chief at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine, told The Huffington Post. “There’s a condition known as dermatoheliosis — that is chronic sun damage. The manifestion of that is spots, saggy skin and wrinkled skin.” 

As Jonha Revesencio mentioned in her HuffPost blog, “Science Explains Why a Beard Makes You Look Hotter,” beards are able to block up to 95 percent of the sun’s harmful UV rays. Citing researchers from the University of Southern Queensland, Revesencio explained that a beard can mitigate sun damage and even reduce a man’s risk of contracting skin cancer.


 2. A beard can keep you warm in winter.

As the temperature drops, your beard is there to keep you warm.

“Having facial hair of any kind acts as a barrier of protection — especially in winter months,” Buka told HuffPost. ”When we’re talking about wind and cold weather chapping of the skin, it acts as thermal protection as well as physical protection against the elements.”


3. A beard can ward off throat disease. 

Facial hair can help keep airborne bacteria out of your mouth, which assists in protecting your throat. The effectiveness of the beard has been documented as far back as 1875! In the book Pulmonary Tuberculosis: Its Pathology, Nature, Symptoms, Diagnosis, Prognosis, Causes, Hygiene, and Medical TreatmentDr. Addison P. Dutcher noted:


There cannot be the least doubt that the beard, and the hairs that grow in the nostrils, were designed by nature to guard the lungs from the invasion of these deleterious particles. Such being the use of the beard, individuals engaged in employments where the air is constantly filled with particles of fine dust should never shave. I have come to this conclusion from a careful observation of the effect of wearing the beard and of shaving upon the air passages and lungs. And I could, if space allowed, record many cases of throat and lung-diseases that have been permanently cured by wearing a beard.


 

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4. A beard can assist those with asthma.   

Similar to the prevention of throat disease, beards provide another barrier between your body and toxic exposures. “If you have a reactive airway condition like asthma, [a beard provides] an additional filter before [toxins] enter your lungs,” Buka told HuffPost. 


5. A beard can reduce the chances of bacterial infection. (Bye bye, acne!)

Beards can add an extra layer of protection from infections. While bacteria naturally exists on the skin, shaving can create openings that bring in the bacteria and lead to infections and ingrown hairs. Not shaving can also reduce acne flare-ups. 

According to the book The Acne Cure, by Terry J. Dubrow and Brenda D. Adderly, shaving can bring on acne breakouts, worsen existing acne and contribute to acne-related skin infections, per an article on Livestrong.com quoting the book.


6. Not shaving can clear up your schedule for more important things.

In 1972, Dr. Herbert Mescon, then professor and chairman of the Department of Dermatology at Boston University School of Medicine, told The Spartanburg Herald that the average man will spend an estimated 3,350 hours of his life shaving. That’s 139 days! Nearly five months! Growing a beard can save you so. much. time.


7. Most men feel more attractive with a beard.

German consumer-goods company Braun asked 1,000 New York men this past year about their grooming practices. 67 percent of the men surveyed said they sport facial hair — a beard or a mustache — and over half said they feel more attractive with a beard. 55 percent said they have received compliments about their facial hair, while 41 percent said a beard makes them feel more confident.


8. A beard can improve your sex life.

Consider this your classic case of the chicken and the egg.

An anonymous 1970s study, quoted in the book The Dependent Gene, found a correlation between beard growth and the potential for sex. “The stimulus for increased beard growth is related to the resumption of sexual activity,” the author of the experiment found, after spending extensive periods in isolation. When the likelihood of a sexual encounter increases so does testosterone secretion, which may impact beard growth, the book analyzes.

So, more sex, more beard? Or more beard, more sex?! Well, both.

According to a 2008 study carried out by psychologists at Northumbria University, “women … rated men with stubble as tough, mature, aggressive, dominant and masculine — and as the best romantic partners, either for a fling or a long-term relationships,” per the Telegraph.

Further quoting from the researchers in the Journal of Personality and Individual Differences, the Telegraph notes: “Facial hair, or beardedness, is a powerful sociosexual signal, and an obvious biological marker of sexual maturity.”

 

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It was after the third time Rob Riggle screamed GRONKOWSKI! during his ESPY monologue that I wonder, why hasn’t Craig Robinson hosted this award show yet.

Robinson’s a big sports fan and could effortlessly blend comedy and music in a way the show has not seen since Drake tried in 2014 and Jamie Foxx pulled off much more successfully when he hosted in 2004.

Robinson’s star has been steadily rising and with his new prime time television show “Mr. Robinson,” which premiered Aug. 5, this could be his breakout moment. After playing supporting roles in projects like The Office, and Pineapple Express, Mr. Robinson is a customized role made to showcase Craig’s unique skill set.

Set in Chicago, Robinson’s hometown, Mr. Robinson is a story about a part-time struggling musician, who occasionally teaches high school music to make ends meet. One night while Robinson performing with his band, Nasty Delicious, a beautiful face from his pass walks through the door. They talk and Craig learns that she is teaching at their old high school. From there Robinson hatches the plan to regain her affection and substitute teach at their school, which will also allow him to stack some cash. Those who point out that Mr. Robinson shares a similar premise as shows like Hanging with Mr. Copper and The Steve Harvey Show, are not off base. However, before Robinson launched a career in comedy he was in fact an up incoming musician that taught middle school music. That layer of authenticity is apart of what separates Mr. Robinson from just any another generic reboot.

Now there are some sitcom staples in the show for instance Brandon T. Jackson (Roll Bounce), plays Crag’s brother and band mate, Ben. Ben is chocolate Ed Norton, consistently unreliable, harmful but only to himself and completely earnest. Since this show takes place in a school there has to be an overzealous Physical Education teacher. Benjamin Koldyke (Work It) as Jimmy Hooper is every T.V. gym teacher you have ever known right down to his John Stockton cut shorts. The last of the predictable pieces is socially awkward but academically advance science teacher Samir Panj played by Asif Ali.

It’s understandable to chide against unoriginal programing, we live in an on demand media space, where we can re-watch our favorite shows with ease. Because of this evolving landscape I don’t believe that unoriginality is an unforgivable new show sin. A great example of how familiar content can be revived in interesting ways is the work of recently passed legendary T.V. writer and director Bud Yorkin. Yorkin is best known for his collaborations with Norm Lear. Though Tandem Productions Yorkin and Lear created All in the Family, Sanford and Son, and Good Times, among other great shows. Thought all of these shows were groundbreaking none of them were original ideas. Both All in the Family and Sanford and Son are American versions of British Broadcasting Company (BBC) shows and Good Times was a spinoff from another Tandem Production, Maude. The genius that ran through all of these shows was how they paired traditional sitcomformats and injected them with rarely discussed topics allowing for nuance storytelling. I’m not suggesting through six episodes Mr. Robinson is walking in the footsteps of any of the great aforementioned Tandem Production shows but Mr. Robinson has a shot of being a really solid show.

Two major reasons why Mr. Robinson sticks out, one it features a great crop of talented young actors and women leads that are interestingly written. Together Deante Brown, Amandla Sternberg, Ethan Josh Lee and Francesa Maia look like a very well stage diversity picture from any college brochure. Imagery withstanding the four play Deandre, Halle, Quan and Maria, Mr. Robinson’s main group of students. All of their portrayals convey the duality of adolescence life. At times miles ahead of the adult counterparts other times confused by the world they will inherit. Plus if Amandla is allowed to be half as dope in this show as she is in real life we are all in for a treat. The women of Mr. Robinson are complex and intricate. Megan Good (Think Like a Man) plays Victoria Wavers, former high school fame of Craig and current teacher. Good carries the twofold role of being the potential love interest as well as the moral center of the show. Thus far Good balanced both well in the introductory run, plus what Megan is doing to pencil skirts is worth of every participation sticker imaginable. Peri Gilpin(Frasier) and Spencer Grammer round out the cast as Principal Taylor and teacher Ashleigh Fellows. Principal Taylor love-hate relationship to Craig keeps him uncomfortably on his toes. Whereas Ashleigh, who is a part-time exotic dancer and real estate wiz brings a sweet, sultry, quirkiness that is indispensable.

This cast of characters, some patented, others unique, swirl around Robinson who can be at times self-serving and at time completely selfless. Onstage as the front man of Nasty Delicious he is the master of the universe, off it at times Robinson is the pie in the face court jesters and when needed a voice of reason. Mr. Robinson is Craig Robinson as leading man, confortable and in control. So if you are fond of shows where jokes are cyclical and resolutions are promised you should check out Mr. Robinson. It is steaming on Hulu or directly on NBC site.

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Here’s What Happens When Two Fashion Insiders Trade In the City for the Simple Life

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Thelma and Louise. Paris and Nicole. As film and television history has taught us, when two girlfriends hitch a ride to the country, (mis)adventure ensues. In the case of the fashionable city slickers Jen Brill and Olivia Kims weeklong decampment to Sky High Farm in Columbia County, New York, there was also plenty of fresh produce—and fresh air!—that met the creative director and Nordstrom’s director of creative projects.

At the invite of artist and Sky High founder Dan Colen, the normally well-heeled fashion insiders ditched the designer gear for denim overalls, straw hats, and hiking boots to till the soil and wrangle the farm animals of the sustainable 40-acre farm that harvests food almost entirely for donation.

While Brill and Kim consider themselves health-conscious, grocery shopping at area farmers’ markets and staying abreast of science, environmental, and social issues, their “fascination with the ‘hows’ ” of the food industry also led them to the farm. “How did this grow? How can something so beautiful sprout from the smallest seed? How long did it take? . . . How did this get from the farm to my plate?” Kim explains. “The movement in supporting local farmers and eating seasonally as much as possible makes a huge impact in tons of ways, and I try to do my part.”

And that they did: Rolling up their sleeves and affixing wide-brimmed hats to their domes, the twosome were already hard at work by 8:00 a.m. Either planting seedlings of ten types of broccoli; moving the cattle and sheep out to graze; or harvesting kale, eggplant, and squash, Brill and Kim would stop only for a family-style lunch with the entire Sky High team or for a tour around Colen’s art studio, which is located on his property. They crashed by 9:00 p.m., leaving very little time for Simple Life–style high jinks.

Their hard work paid off, though, what with the girls helping Sky High donate more than 1,200 pounds of food that week and developing a new sense of gratitude for the entire natural, organic farming process. “It was such an incredible feeling to see bag after bag of countless vegetables, chicken, lamb, beef, and pig get loaded into the truck. What Dan and his team are doing is so inspiring,” Brill declares.

The only thing the creative director won’t be taking away from the rewarding experience? “My wardrobe!”

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From a Times editorial, “‘Little Pink Pill’ for Women Comes With Risks,” (NYT, 8/21/15), “The most serious side effects include severely low blood pressure and loss of consciousness.” Apparently the prospects of female Viagra, the drug flibanserin that is sold as Addyi, are so great that Valeant bought a small company named Sprout, which had invested 100M in the pill for a cool 1B. A 1000 per cent return on investment, not bad, huh? In the accompanying photo to another story in the Times (“Maker of Addyi,’Female Viagra’ Drug, Being Sold to Valeant for 1 Billion,” NYT, 8/20/15) , Cindy Whitehead, one of the comely owners of Sprout, had that look of self-satisfaction that we usually associate with post-coital human beings, even though the reason for her happiness would, unless she’s a satisfied customer as well as producer of the drug, seem to be mostly the result of the sale. Is a drug which causes loss of consciousness merely a placebo? Or is the negative side effect the Times talks about the beginning of a kind of out of body experience that may hold great promise for both men and women? The original “male” Viagra was discovered by accident when angina patients treated with it developed erections. Viagra doesn’t produce desire; it just helps men to keep their erections once they have desire. But loss of consciousness seems like small price to pay for the increased “consciousness” that comes from a heightened sexual appetite. The only real problem is two fold: those patients who take Addyi and lose consciousness are in danger of falling and hurting themselves and those who lose consciousness say in bed while they are having sex with their inamoratas are not likely to remember the act or even be cognizant of what has happened to them. Thus the new female Viagra sounds a little like slipping a Mickey into a drink.

{This was originally posted to The Screaming Pope, Francis Levy’s blog of rants and reactions to contemporary politics, art and culture}

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Wedding Dress Shopping: Am I The First Bride With an Ostomy?

Last month, I officially tied the knot. As I look back on my wedding photos, I just can’t believe it’s already happened.

I can see the joy in my eyes, the love beaming off of my husband’s bright red face and my gown that was big enough to cover a small army.

I had stressed about feeling beautiful, or just feeling comfortable in my own skin, as I went through gown after gown. I cried after I thought I’d never last a second in that tight, beaded bodice without something going wrong.

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I wished I had chosen December as my wedding month, just so I would have an excuse to bury myself in a huge, furry, winter-white cape.

I didn’t share the same worries my married friends had about fitting into their wedding gowns. I felt like no one could relate to me.

It wasn’t just me who would be squeezing into my wedding gown on that magical day; I would be accompanied by not one, but two, ostomy bags.

Running to the bathroom for any bride is a chore. It takes a very devoted bridesmaid to accompany the belle of the ball, and she has to hold up her dress in the daintiest fashion.

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But, I was so self-conscious about my medical situation, I didn’t want anyone’s assistance.

I was petrified my gown might drop in the toilet, or I wouldn’t be able to get to a bathroom in time. I was also worried my medical appliances wouldn’t fit into my dress the proper way.

As a bride, I longed to feel beautiful and feminine, or a life-size Barbie Doll complete with voluptuous, womanly curves.

I felt the pressure to fit into the gowns I saw as I flipped through bridal magazines. Every photograph I looked at seemed to promote skin-tight satin and buttoned-up bodices.

How would a backless gown look with a colossal surgical scar running down my back?

How could I wear 6-inch stilettos after going through severe neuropathy, which I experienced after being left on my right side for six months while I laid in a bed, comatose?

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The more magazines I browsed, the worse I felt.

My self-contempt pushed me to the point where I started to believe the man I was marrying was annoyed with me.

After I realized the love of my life — the man who thinks I’m the sexiest when I wake up in the morning, and my hair is frizzier than a giant pom-pom — is marrying me for me, my mindset shifted.

All the people celebrating with me on my wedding day were going to be there to cheer on me and my husband. They love who we are, and they love who we are together.

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Brandon is already mine; he told me he fell in love with me the day he met me. Who was I trying to impress? What was I trying to prove?

I realized I had this need to prove to myself that despite my medical circumstances, I could feel “normal.” But, really, what is normal?

Beauty comes in all shapes, sizes, colors and circumstances, and it’s something all women deserve. And I was not going to let myself get in the way of my own happiness on my wedding day.

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We may have good intentions, but as strong, passionate and beautiful women, we pressure ourselves every day. Once we tune out those internal voices, we discover a beautiful truth.

The people that matter in our lives are the people who love us for who we are.

The only expectations we need to put on ourselves are the expectations to always listen to our hearts (and our mothers).

As for my wedding dress, I had this fantasy of a tight-fitting bodice with an enormous, fairytale ballgown. I basically wanted to look like a giant wedding cake.

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I had to have my dress fitted in a way that would give me some kind of figure, but with enough give for my ostomy bags, which expanded whenever I ate.

After a snide comment from a bridesmaid that I could “always just not eat that day,” a brief pity-party and a little me-time, I told myself the dress would look as beautiful as I felt in it.

And so, with my medical situation in mind, the dressmaker and I were able to meet in the middle.

My dress was not “skin-tight,” but it fit me in all the right places and embraced the medical bags that saved my life years ago.

Looking back on my wedding day, I cry when I see myself floating across the dance floor in that giant cake of a dress.

I look beautiful, happy and in love. And that’s because I was, and I still am.

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Beautiful, happy and in love. Isn’t that what every bride-to-be dreams of? I had just spent months infinitely scrolling through Pinterest pages and ripping out magazine ads with the newest backless bridal designs. I had schlepped to department stores, sample sales, bridal shops and seamstresses, struggling to keep my balance as I stepped into this large ocean of tuile. It wasn’t my future husband I was trying to impress – considering that my white Asics are my “dress up shoes.” It wasn’t my mother or my patient maid of honor who did everything she could to make me feel like every other bride.

But what was every other bride supposed to feel like? By who’s standards was I getting married? Was the wedding industry telling me I wasn’t ready to be married, or was I delving into a subconscious concern that I myself was hiding? Was I not “healthy” enough to be a wife? Is love between me and my husband simply not enough?

The short story is that I did get married. And I don’t feel any different. My scars haven’t faded and my ostomies certainly haven’t disappeared. Brandon thought I looked stunning in my gown, but no more stunning than I do with my North Face fleece on. (Well, maybe a little.)

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I felt beautiful in my dress and I felt married. I was a proud, glowing happy bride — in the body I have. When I first had my ostomy, I didn’t know what it was. Worse, I didn’t know anyone else who had one — I felt alien. I started feeling normal when I realized there were so many other young and fearless females in my same position. My ostomy is my quirk, my lifesaver, it is my uniqueness, and for women all over the world, it is our uniqueness.

Maybe when we pick our wedding gowns, we should focus on that — highlighting our uniqueness.

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Top 10 Painting Shows You’ll Be Talking About This Month

Alex Chaves, James and Shawn, 2015, oil on canvas, 42 x 50 in. Courtesy of Night Gallery. Photo: Lee Thompson.

The First of Fall: 10 Painting Exhibitions Opening in September 2015

The month of September is now upon us–always an exciting time in the art world, as art collectors return to their city homes, bronzed and relaxed from a summer in St Tropez or the Hamptons, and the galleries that were shuttered for August celebrate their September vernissages. As a first taste of the fall season, we’ve rounded up a selection of gallery exhibitions featuring painting that we are most looking forward to, from Tokyo to Los Angeles and everywhere in between. There is plenty of young talent here, with new and exciting outlooks on the medium, and more than a mere handful of women, we’re happy to report. Here are our top ten shows, city by city:

Ken Okiishi, gesture/data, 2015, oil paint on flat-screen television, .mp4 file (color, sound), 42.3 x 24.4 x 2 in. © Ken okiishi. Courtesy of Take Ninagawa, Tokyo.

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Take Ninagawa, Tokyo,
5 September – October 24

Painterly gesture, video feedback, and digital glitch collapse into palimpsest-like objects in Ken Okiishi’s gestures, data, feedback series. The Berlin- and New York-based American artist achieves this effect by applying oil paint on flatscreen monitors playing digital video and feedback loops. The works confront the viewer with that spiraling tension between physical presence and digital representation, something that anyone who is familiar with the power and release in the swipe of a finger over an iPhone screen can relate to. Paradoxically, these works are flat and deep at the same time. As the artist says, “Medium-specificity in our current media-system throws the analytical mind into feedback loop hell.”

 

Jeremy Sharma, Melatone 4S_16S_-139_-120 (far side) (detail), 2015, zinc bonded onto high density polystyrene foam, 213 x 122 x 23 cm. Courtesy Sundaram Tagore.

Shubigi Rao, Solipsisms for Descartes, from G. W. B., 2015, ink on Tiepolo paper, 100 x 70 cm. Courtesy Sundaram Tagore Gallery.

Dear Painter

Sundaram Tagore Gallery, Singapore,
4 September – October 25

Curated by June Yap, “Dear Painter” draws its title from the series of paintings, Lieber Maler, male mir (Dear painter, paint for me), that Martin Kippenberger commissioned of a commercial billboard painter in 1981. At Sundaram Tagore, Yap has commissioned 9 multidisciplinary artists from Singapore–Chun Kaifeng, Chun Kai Qun, Martin Constable, Warren Khong, Kai Lam, Jane Lee, Francis Ng, Shubigi Rao, and Jeremy Sharma–to reflect on the history and limits of paint as material and medium. Expect experiments in content and form, from textual interrogations into painting’s purpose, to radical new textures and materials.

 

Jamian Juliano-Villani, Baby Made of Stone, 2014, acrylic on canvas, 132 x 178 cm, 52 x 70 in. Courtesy of the artist and Tanya Leighton, Berlin.

Jamian Juliano-VillaniNudge the Judge

Tanya Leighton, Berlin,
5 September – 10 October

This young New York painter has made a splash on the scene this year, with a solo exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit, her inclusion on the Forbes 30 Under 30 list, and even sparked a bit of controversy for her liberal attitude toward appropriation. All visual culture is up for grabs, she contends. Her paintings mine cartoon imagery and art history like it’s the gold rush, but it’s the way she mixes, mashes and stretches her references in wholly unexpected, sometimes bizarre, ways that make her work particularly exciting.

 

Anke Weyer, ASAP already, 2015, oil and acrylic on canvas, 203,2 x 170,2 cm. Courtesy the artist and Office Baroque, Brussels.

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Office Baroque, Brussels,
11 September – 7 November

A new suite of Anke Weyer’s paintings inaugurates Office Baroque’s new gallery space this fall, opening on Rue Ravensteinstraat, catty-corner from the Palais des beaux-arts, in the heart of central Brussels. This is the German-born, New-York-based painter’s first show with the gallery and her first in Europe. In her large, gestural abstractions, oil and acrylic struggle and collide in strokes, smudges, drips, and accretions. Forms are covered over with new forms–an impertinent yellow patch found peeking through a layer of blue and brown paint here, the vestiges of a de Kooning scribble asserting itself under an obliterating swathe of red there–leaving the viewer to contemplate the artist’s impulses and decisions in the act of painting.

 

Anj Smith, Elimination of a Picture, 2015, oil on linen, 38 x 30 x 2.5 cm, 15 x 11 3/4 x 1 in. © Anj Smith. Courtesy the artist and Hauser & Wirth. Photo: Alex Delfanne.

Anj Smith, Elimination of a Picture (detail). © Anj Smith. Courtesy the artist and Hauser & Wirth. Photo: Alex Delfanne.

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Hauser & Wirth London,
21 September – 21 November

Anj Smith’s paintings are wild little things, full of wild little details. Monkey skulls, pearls, pea pods, Romany patterans, jade beetles, and other strange and symbolic objects frame and accent a series of portraits of androgynous, sunken-eyed figures. Each detail is finely, painstakingly wrought, yet everything looks a bit worn, jagged, and threadbare on these wayward figures and their odd appendages of memento mori. Heir to the surrealism of Frida Kahlo and Leonora Carrington, torch bearer of traditions of vanitas and miniatures, this young British painter’s works are captivating, curious, and very unlike most contemporary painting seen today.

 

Keegan McHargue, Untitled, 2015, oil on polyester, aluminum stretcher, 70 x 60 in. Courtesy of Fredericks & Freiser, New York.

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Fredericks & Freiser, New York,
10 September – 10 October

Keegan McHargue’s paintings are like the Hairy Who meets South Park. Social commentary comes wrapped in the guise of humor. The New York-based painter’s use of childlike motifs, like a flat yellow sun appearing in the corner of the picture frame, lends his paintings a kind of innocence, despite the depravity that they sometimes contain in their weird scenes. There are mermaids, bulbous red cherries, undulating space creatures, explosions, a cartoony red devil, and a centaur that looks like he came galloping out of Colonial Williamsburg, all rather disparate elements that come together with some kind of strange logic in McHargue’s world.

 

Dana Schutz, Fight in an Elevator, 2015, oil on canvas, 243.8 x 228.6 cm, 96 x 90 in. Courtesy of the artist and Petzel, New York.

Dana SchutzFight in an Elevator

Petzel, New York,
10 September – 24 October

Dana Schutz’s paintings often work on the level of inquiry: asking, what if? and how would we? What if a person was to eat himself? How would I look if I trimmed my eyelashes? In this new series of work, Schutz’s figures find themselves fighting against the confines of specific environments–in a lion’s cage, a mirrored elevator, a narrow staircase–ultimately struggling against the picture plane. With her subjects caught in an allegorical struggle against the limits of their two-dimensional beings, the New York-based painter’s masterful sense of composition is supremely evident in these paintings.

 

Jerónimo Elespe, Untitled, 2005, oil on aluminum, 25 x 38 cm, 9.84 x 14.96 in. Courtesy of the artist and Labor, Mexico City.

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LABOR, Mexico City,
Opens 18 September

Opening during Gallery Weekend Mexico (September 18 – 20), LABOR presents the first exhibition in Mexico by Madrid-based artist Jerónimo Elespe. Known for the notably small scale of his paintings, Elespe paints interiors, landscapes, and portraits from memory, in a rather dark, muted palette. Many of his paintings display a predilection for pointillism–appearing like the kind of light that sparkles momentarily in the vision’s periphery after having vigorously rubbed one’s eyes.

 

Yuh-Shioh Wong, Sun Scribes (Pyramids), 2015, acrylic and aqua oil on canvas, 64 x 64 in. Courtesy of Night Gallery. Photo: Sara Gernsbacher.

Yuh-Shioh Wong, Alex Chaves

Night Gallery, Los Angeles,
12 September – 10 October

Yuh-Shioh Wong’s new work has a breezy lightness to it, perhaps due to a change in location. Now based in Los Angeles (formerly in New York, and after a stint in San Francisco), the artist’s paintings, in acrylic and aqua oil, while still drawing from nature, have become steadily more abstract and lyrical as well, with a light, aqueous and sun-drenched palette. In the project room at Night Gallery, one will find works by painter and poet Alex Chaves, along with a hand-painted rug that runs the entire length of the room. A book of poetry by Chaves, titled Abigail Adams, published by Penny-Ante, will be launched during the run of the exhibition.

 

Shannon Finley, Broadcast, 2015, acrylic on canvas, 83 x 67 in. Courtesy of the artist and Jessica Silverman Gallery.

Shannon Finley

Jessica Silverman Gallery, San Francisco,
9 September – 24 October

Shannon Finley’s paintings are mind-boggling and beautiful. Using drawings he creates with digital imaging software as a template, Finley’s geometric abstractions are precisely rendered in acrylic paint, yet develop intuitively, with shocks of color popping and sparking within the delineations. In the Canada-born, Berlin-based artist’s work, the digital process is intertwined with the process of painting, yet the final results often appear like mystical totems and sacred geometries. His new paintings, with titles like Broadcast and Transmission, engage with the idea and image of invisible energies, signals transmitted and received through the geometric properties of wavelengths and vibrations.

 

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Bloggers Be Like: Summer Edition

I received a lot of fun feedback from the original ‘Bloggers Be Like‘ including the bloggers themselves so it felt like time for a follow up. Here, an ode to the summer that was, Insta-style…

Flamingoes by Mary Costa.

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Flamingo floats by Kelly Golightly.

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Swan float (and donut floats, pizza floats, pretzel floats…) by Kelly Golightly.

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Watermelon by Mary Costa.

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Watermelon marg by How Sweet Eats.

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Lobsta roll by Nat’s Next Adventure.

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Panama and palms by Charissa Rae.

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Pineapples and palms by Nat’s Next Adventure.

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Island #OOTD by Nat’s Next Adventure.

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LACONIA, N.H. — U.S. Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush on Thursday rejected what he called a bizarre notion voiced by front-running rival Donald Trump that people should speak English in the United States.

Bush, who is bilingual in Spanish and frequently breaks into the language at his events, vowed to keep speaking Spanish whenever he feels like it.

Trump, who has made opposition to illegal immigration a hallmark of his campaign in the November 2016 election, told a news conference in New York that, “We’re a nation that speaks English.”

“Whether we like it or not, that’s how people assimilate,” he said, a day after he criticized Bush’s use of Spanish.

 Bush said Trump’s belief that people should speak English in the United States can be taken in a number of uncomfortable ways.

“Taking this to the logical conclusion, I guess, no more French classes for public schools? ‘German, no we can’t have that. You can only speak English,'” Bush said. “I mean English is the language of our country and people that come to this country need to learn English. That doesn’t mean they should stop speaking their native tongue.”

Bush said Trump’s jibe at him that he “spoke Mexican” while on a visit to the U.S. border was deeply divisive.

“I think this is pretty bizarre to be honest with you. And it sends a pretty ugly signal to people that somehow we’re creating a different standard for one group against the other,” Bush said.

The deepening feud between Bush and Trump has dominated the Republican race for the 2016 presidential nomination this week with Bush fighting back after Trump called him a “low-energy” candidate.

When Trump personally criticizes him or his family, Bush told his audience in Laconia, New Hampshire, “You’re damn right I’m going to fight back.”

Talking to reporters, Bush also sharply criticized Trump for an interview the New York billionaire gave to conservative talk show host Hugh Hewitt in which Trump seemed baffled by the names of some major global players and unable to distinguish Hamas from Hezbollah.

Hamas is a Palestinian militant group and Hezbollah is an Iran-backed militant group in Lebanon.

“He ought to know who the players are,” said Bush.

(Reporting by Steve Holland; Editing by Lisa Shumaker)

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    “Titty tank,” I replied, swirling around in my office chair to meet eye to eye with my colleague.

    Liana and I were in the midst of one of our daily fashion chats, and I had just made mention of the cheeky nickname I have for one of my favorite articles of clothing.

    “Y’know, those tanks you wear in the summer without a bra,” I continued. “They’re perfect, a tad breezy, super casual, a bit languid and cut just so. Sometimes they droop low to show off plenty of clavicle. They hold everything in and you just slip it on, and go.” I made mention of Rihanna, perhaps the premier proponent of the look, who famously told Vogue, “If I’m wearing a top, I don’t wear a bra. If I’m wearing a bra, I just wear a bra.” Liana immediately made the connection, nodding as she recalled Limp Bizkit video extras and Liv Tyler circa 1994. My fellow fashion writer had apparently been wearing titty tanks for a while, she explained, but was unaware they were even deemed such; that they were even a thing.

     



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    My summer wardrobe soon became replete with loose, fine tanks of cotton, linen, or silk, and an assortment of items adjacent: oversized button-downs, relaxed sundresses, slip dresses, and racer-back frocks. Dressing (pardon the pun) was a breeze.

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    After ten years of fumbling with back hooks and such, Vogue.com Photo Producer, Sophia Li became a fast convert, slipping into tanks by Hanes and Uniqlo for a lazy Saturday morning or an evening spent on the town. “Although it’s one less piece of clothing, the absence of the bra ends up adding to the overall look, whether it’s a backless top or a simple V-neck T-shirt,” says Li. Hence, why Kate Hudsons streamlined choice of a white cotton slipover, stonewashed jeans, and no bra in How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days, is Li’s all-time inspo: “It is easily the best third-date outfit I’ve ever seen.”

     

     

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    Now, you don’t have to immediately go and burn your underwear drawer, or defy Instagram’s guidelines out right, but let the breeze in a little. You’re in good company.

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