- It’s official: Amal Alamuddin is the best-dressed woman in the world. I would do pretty much anything for that Giambattista Valli dress. Really. Anything. [Daily Mail]
- Chanel’s spring 2015 runway show, which took place earlier today, was a feminist rally. [Elle]
- To make a new t-shirt feel super, vintage-y soft, just soak it in a quart of water with a cup of salt for three days. Then wash, tumble dry and you’ve got a tee that’s just as soft as those American Apparel ones. [PopSugar]
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- Happy Monday! Did you know pillowcases can cause hair breakage? This silk pillowcase prevents it, and evenpromises to counteract aging while you sleep. [AHALife]
- This morning, luxe fashion site Net-a-Porter sold $200,000 of this Karl Lagerfeld Barbie. The Barbies are sold out, but if you desperately want one, you can get one on eBay starting at $900. [Fashionista]
Up next: Madewell’s sad story, rare fashion pics of Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, and Amal Amuddin’s HAIR.
- Kendall Jenner wore a very expensive basket down the runway during Paris fashion week. [InStyle]
- Say what you will about the look, but girlfriend’s got a terrific body. She chalks it up to tea—and lots of it. [E!]
- Britney Spears cut her hair into a bob, instantly looks 10 years older. [StyleList]
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- The flare jean is back and your skinnies might be on the way out. The 70s-inspired look might be trickier to pull off, but the payoff is huge: legs that appear to go on for miles and a super-defined waist. Sign us up! [Lucky]
- Fashion month is almost over and, as always, there were some bizarre fashion collaborations (think: Richard Nicoll x Disney, and Barbie and, well, everyone). These are the nine that left everyone baffled. [Fashionista]
- But they weren’t all strange! Here are three beauty collaborations to keep on your radar. [The Zoe Report]
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- In the market for fall boots? Here are 66, arranged in smart categories like ‘Best Return Policy,’ ‘Best Quality For Your Buck,’ and ‘Heavily Discounted Designer Picks.’ Go on. Look at them all and play the ‘Which boot am I?’ game. [Huffington Post]
- Bookworms, rejoice: There is a perfume that is inspired by Edgar Allan Poe. ( And it’s called Nevermore!) [Into The Gloss]
Up next: If you wash off all your makeup at night, you’re doing it wrong.
- If you were one of the lucky shoppers to snag (or you know, camp out for) an iPhone 6, you’ve probably found yourself in a bit of a case rut. But don’t worry: Here are 15 super-stylish ways to protect your new phone. (We’re obsessed with the marble case.) [Lucky]
- Could the 3-ounce limit on liquids on airplanes be a thing of the past? That’s what the TSA is hoping. [Chicago Tribune]
- Class is in session. Kanye West still has 250 hours left of community service which he’s wrapping up by teaching a course at Los Angeles Trade Technical College. The gossip mill is speculating it’s a fashion course. [Vulture]
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- Happy Monday! Let’s start with some home stuff: Here are 10 decor trends that are totally over, including—le sigh—those Lucite Ghost chairs, sheepskin throw rugs and chevron. (Looks like I need new dining room chairs.) [Refinery29]
- Check this out: It’s a fake suit that looks (at least at first glance) shockingly like the real thing. It’s called Suitsy, and it might be every man’s dream. [Betabrand]
Up next: How Zara is actually more expensive than Balenciaga.
- The bad news: There’s no way to predict whether a sweater will pill—it happens to even the most expensive knits. The good news: There’s a whole science to sweater pilling, and great advice for getting rid of it. First things first? Don’t pull on them, leave the sweater razors alone, and grab a … pumice stone? [Wall Street Journal]
- Did you know Sears has a drive-through service? You schedule a return or exchange online, and then alert the store via a mobile app when you’ve parked. Then a timer begins: Sears employees have five minutes (assistance within five minutes is guaranteed!) to run out to your car and help you. [Racked]
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Which counties are seeing an influx of millennials? Which are seeing rapid emigration? And where the heck are baby boomers going? RealtyTrac’s latest report answers these and other questions after analyzing Census population data in over 1,800 counties between 2007 and 2013.
In addition to using the Census data to track each generation’s migration patters, the study used rental rates and median prices to see what prompted millennials and baby boomers to go certain places and not others. (For the record, RealtyTrac defines baby boomers as people born between the years 1945 and 1964, and millennials as those born between 1977 and 1992.)
Here’s what the real estate website found in its analysis: Read more »
- Did you know you don’t actually need a separate highlighter and eyeshadow? These multitasking beauty products will save you time and money. [Wall Street Journal]
- Ask anyone who has worn faux eyelashes, those pretty little falsies can be extremely frustrating. Enter: The 10 Emotional Stages of Wearing False Eyelashes. [Bustle]
- Whaaat? OneClique is changing up the shoe game with mix-and-match upper and lower shoe components. The verdict is still out on how functional this really is. [Refinery29]
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