How Kristen Wiig transformed into Cheetah for ‘Wonder Woman 1984’

Spoiler alert! The following post contains light spoilers for the new movie “Wonder Woman 1984.”

ALEXANDRIA, Va. – In the top level of an old mall turned into a vibrant 1980s shopping center for “Wonder Woman 1984,” Kristen Wiig has poured herself into a lacy, form-fitting black dress accessorized with some seriously high heels. She’s light years from the drab discount-store couture she wore as Target Lady on “Saturday Night Live.”

“You look amazing,” an employee tells Wiig’s character, Barbara Minerva, who’s doing some shopping for a gala event and checking herself out. “Do you think it’s too

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41 Best After-Christmas Sales to Shop in 2020

You’ve gifted everyone on your list, survived choppy family Zoom calls, and have one last thing to do before the ball drops: shop the best after-Christmas sales of 2020. You may think the deals ended on Cyber Monday, but heavy-hitters like Nordstrom, Sephora, and Dyson just came through with a final round of markdowns—which is great news if you’re looking to finally score that elusive wishlist piece, or put a gift card you received to good use.

With so many retailers across home, fashion, and beauty slashing prices on this December day, we rounded up

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Model dies days after 50th birthday

Stella Tennant arrives at The Fashion Awards 2019 held at Royal Albert Hall
Stella Tennant arrives at The Fashion Awards 2019 held at Royal Albert Hall

British model Stella Tennant has died at the age of 50, her family have said.

The Scot made her name in the early 1990s on catwalks for designers like Karl Lagerfeld and Versace, and on the covers Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar.

Her family said: “Stella was a wonderful woman and an inspiration to us all. She will be greatly missed.”

They said her death was “sudden”, and police said there were “no suspicious circumstances”. Her death came five days after her 50th birthday.

The family statement said:

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Christian Siriano On Secondhand Stigma, Fashion in Politics, and Cori Bush

As pop culture puts it, shopping in thrift stores can trigger painful memories (see: Marge Simpson reworking a Chanel-esque suit, Pen15‘s tween leads pawing over a secondhand Tommy Hilfiger shirt, or Jenny Humphrey’s entire character arc). But thanks to a growing resale market—with an expected value of $64 billion in the next five years—the firsthand shame of secondhand shopping is finally starting to fade.

In order to normalize the practice of buying used, thredUP, one of the top destinations for online consignment shopping, tapped Christian Siriano to create the first universal logo to represent gently worn

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Why using cbd gummy is essential for us?

These days, everyone is consuming cbd that has lots of benefits for us. However, we cannot merely ignore the candies so that cbd comes in gummies format. Of course, cbd gummy is something that incorporates CBD and gummy candy components. They are sweet and come in various flavors. We should consider the gummies that take proper value for introducing more to get displeasing solution. Currently, the FDA has not approved CBD products, so gummies are then a boon for us to taste it. The cbd gummies are excellent and provide third-party results for the consumers. However, it is flexible for … Read More

Sinead Burke, Maura Horton launch JUNIPERunltd, a new shopping hub for people with disabilities

We are all works in progress; even the successful women you look up to faced stumbling blocks along the way and continue to work hard to stay at the top of their game. In this series, we’re sitting down with the people that inspire us to find out: How’d they do it? And what is success really like? This is “Getting There.”

Maura Horton and Sinéad Burke have never actually met in person, but they’re working closely together to make the fashion industry more inclusive for people with disabilities. Horton, 51, is the inventor of MagnaReady, an adaptive

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