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7 Things I Always Wear (and 7 I Skip) After Living In NYC, Paris, and L.A.

I've been lucky enough to live in some of the most incredible cities in the world, at least in my personal opinion—NYC, Paris, and L.A. Each city is a unique place to live with its own local cultures and customs, and similarly, each place has its own take on fashion. Living in each place has opened me up to what makes each spot known for fashion in its own right, and I picked up some ideas about how to dress along the way.
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Matt Damon Makes For an Excellent Unlovable American in Stillwater

Bill Baker, the Oklahoma oil-rig roughneck abroad played by an excellent Matt Damon in Stillwater, is not a Trump voter, but you can understand why one of the women he meets in Marseilles asks him about it outright. It’s not just that he looks like a guy who might have voted for Trump, from his frustrated outburst about “fake news” and insistence of saying grace over every meal down to the particular style of wraparound sunglasses he favors. He embodies a certain instinctive obstinance, a habit of holding on to what he knows and only what he knows, no matter how much the world might change around him. While the people Bill meets in France tend to react as though they’re anticipating an ugly American, the truth is that Bill isn’t the kind of guy who’d go there at all, given a choice. He’s in Marseilles to see his daughter, Allison (Abigail Breslin), who’s in prison for killing her girlfriend, Lina, while there as an exchange student. It’s a crime she insists she’s innocent of, and, five years into her sentence, she’s come across a tenuous new lead she asks her father to pass along to her lawyer, though he ends up taking up the investigation himself.
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Angelina Jolie: Her minimalist outfits in Paris are the perfect travel wardrobe

Angelina Jolie travels to Paris with a minimalist wardrobe. When Angelina Jolie finds a look that works for her, she sticks with it. Through her loyalty to certain brands, silhouettes, and colors, the style of the Oscar winner has become iconic. When she went to Paris with her children for a short trip last week, Jolie remained consistent in her choice of clothes. She only needed her favorite brands during the trip; with pieces by The Row, Gabriela Hearst, Chloé, and Dior, Jolie adhered to the minimalist designs that have become an integral part of her wardrobe.

French Cello Professor Reinstated After Previous Assault Suspension

While the Parisian conservatory has reinstated Pernoo for now, its director, Émilie Delorme, has scheduled an interview for this coming September to discuss "a dismissal for disciplinary reasons without performance or compensation," according to the broadcasting service, France Musique. Led by the Brigade for the Protection of Minors, the preliminary...

Mercato: PSG will give Icardi a chance – football

Announced as a potential candidate for the start, Mauro Icardi will not leave Paris Saint-Germain this summer. In optimal form, the Argentine striker will try to launch once and for all his adventure in the French capital. 33 goals in 62 games, Mauro Icardi has posted a rather satisfactory record...
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Jennifer Lopez’s Best Early-2000s Fashion Moments

Jennifer Lopez is reliving her early 2000s all over again. First came the comeback of Bennifer, and now she’s channeling her Y2K wardrobe while vacationing in the French Riviera. That throwback era is also when Lopez became a fashion superstar, from inspiring the invention of Google Images with her jungle print Versace dress to having not one, but two clothing lines. In 2001, she launched J.Lo by Jennifer Lopez, which was a hit among mainstream retailers, especially for its very on-trend velour tracksuits, while the now-defunct Sweetface made its New York Fashion Week debut in 2005.
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Warm-Toned Parisian Bakeries

Emmanuelle Simon designed the Liberté Bakery in Paris. The founder of the Boulangeries Liberté Mickael Benichou gave the architecture studio free rein to create a unique atmosphere. Boasting 25 square meters, the space features warm woods and cream-colored walls. The designers aimed to create a cozy and welcoming interior that...
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The Best Billie Eilish Merch to Celebrate ‘Happier Than Ever’

If you purchase an independently reviewed product or service through a link on our website, we may receive an affiliate commission. Billie Eilish has certainly given fans much to anticipate during the pandemic. After revealing details in April about her highly-anticipated sophomore album, Happier Than Ever, the Grammy-winning superstar has officially released the 16-track record today.
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From ‘Call My Agent!’ to Hollywood Career

At some point during the pandemic, perhaps between the debut of “Ted Lasso” last August and “Bridgerton” in December, you may have happened upon Netflix’s French import “Call My Agent!” (“Dix Pour Cent” in French), a sweet yet absurd sendup of the global entertainment complex as seen through the lens of a Parisian talent agency where the agents are mostly good-hearted lovers of cinema at the beck and call of their highly demanding clients.

13 Places to Sip and Savor at the All-New Del Mar Highlands Sky Deck

This Barcelona-Style Restaurant Collective Is Changing the Culinary Game. With offerings from all over the world, the all-new Sky Deck at Del Mar Highlands Town Center has something for all of your cravings. All under one roof, this unique gastronomic destination houses nine equally innovative restaurants, a central cocktail bar and three select brewers. Spanning across a 26,700-square-foot area with around one-quarter of that space being al-fresco decks and patios, the Sky Deck is the ultimate summer dining destination! Here’s the inside scoop on where to sip and what to savor at this Barcelona-style restaurant collective. Best Restaurants Del Mar.
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Luxury goods sales take off outside Europe

The mechanics started again. Despite the crisis still going through tourism, the luxury sector has recovered. On Monday July 26 and Tuesday July 27, LVMH and Kering announced sharply higher results for the first half of 2021. Bernard Arnault’s group generated sales of € 28.7 billion (+ 56% compared to the same period of 2020), when the one held by the family of François Pinault garnered 8 billion (+ 54.1%).

Paris 2024 Olympics Logo Roasted For Looking Like A ‘Karen’

The “Karen” meme is back, and it’s funnier than ever. The 2020 Tokyo Olympics are currently well underway but that doesn’t stop the fact that people are already talking about the 2024 games. The next cycle of the Olympics is set to be held in Paris, and while the logo was released back in October 2019, fans can’t help but roast the design again.
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7 Places To Drink Outside In Philly This Summer

This summer likely involves some combination of hikes through the Schuylkill River and Wissahickon trails, sporting events, picnics at the park, and plenty of drinks on patios. Whether you’re out for some sun-filled fun at a sports bar, people watching at a Parisian-style bistro, or having a good time at an oyster spot that’s been serving seafood for 45 years, all the spots on this guide are great options for sitting outside with an ice-cold Stella Artois.
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Paris Las Vegas Confirms Vanderpump Lounge to Replace Laurel Lounge

It took a minute for Caesars Entertainment to confirm our scoop, but a new Vanderpump lounge will replace the closed Laurel Lounge at Paris Las Vegas. The reason is fairly obvious: The Vanderpump Cocktail Garden at Caesars Palace is absolutely crushing it, so Caesars wants to make the most of that surprising success.