All The Smol Things (True Care, They Bring)
It’s time to downsize. Nay, smol-size. If you’ve been keeping a finger on the pulse of social media over the past few years, you’ve probably clocked the mighty rise of the #smol. “Smol” being cute-speak-shorthand for all that is eye-wateringly, heart-curdlingly tiny. How tiny? Think newborn pufferfish. Memes of frogs in cowboy hats, championing the…
Lucy Hale Just Dyed Her Hair From Jet-Black To Bright-Red — In Her Kitchen Sink
The stylist made sure to note that her housecall appointment was a safe one, explaining that both she and Hale were tested for COVID-19 beforehand. Plus, according to Hale's Instagram Story, both parties were wearing face masks during the actual hair-dye process, which involved the star lying face up on her marble countertop, her head…
Milan Fashion Week’s Trends Featured At-Home Fashion At Its Finest
When it came to spring ‘21 clothes, Italy’s top designers were in the mood for romance — reimagined for today's lifestyle. At Fendi, pieces printed with photographs taken by creative director Silvia Venturini Fendi during quarantine were presented on models including Paloma Elsesser, Mona Tougaard, and Jill Kortleve. At Valentino, co-ords crocheted with flowers warmed…
The Trump tax scandal is an indictment of the president — and the system
The problem isn’t just Donald Trump deducting $70,000 in haircuts from his taxes or counting his family home in Westchester County as a business expense. It’s also the system that let him do it. The New York Times’s blockbuster report on the president’s long-sought tax returns has sparked outrage in some corners about his tax…
Coronavirus is in the air. Here’s how to get it out. 
SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes Covid-19, can float in the air. In particular, it can linger in poorly ventilated indoor spaces, spreading farther than 6 feet from its source. These indoor public spaces are high risk and should be avoided while the virus is still spreading. But, increasingly, people are returning to those spaces: Bars…