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Shop It Now: t down by Theory and Uniqlo
    This season Uniqlo has teamed up with Theory to create a line of super-affordable down jackets.

The War on Women: Surrendered (For Now)
    Something happened last night besides a surprisingly speedy Barack Obama victory: The war on women suffered major setbacks.

Why This New Yorker's Vote Counts More Than Ever
    For the first time since I stepped into a ballot box, I'm going to feel like my vote will make a difference. I haven't always felt this way.

Dressed to Thrill: Kristen Stewart in Balenciaga
    Kristen Stewart wore Balenciaga to the 2012 AFI Fest 'On The Road' Premiere on November 3, 2012.

Will Hurricane Sandy Finally Get Us Talking About Climate Change?
    Yesterday, New York Mayor Mike Bloomberg endorsed President Obama in an editorial for Bloomberg View, writing that Hurricane Sandy had brought the issue of climate change into “stark relief.” He continued: “Our climate is changing. And

How to Help Hurricane Sandy Victims
    A week ago, Hurricane Sandy was barely even mentioned on the hourly weather forecast, and now, the epic cyclone's damage is almost irreversible.

Hurricane Sandy Is All About Politics
    On the surface, it would appear that Hurricane Sandy, the superstorm affecting 900 miles of the Eastern Coast, has halted the presidential campaign in its tracks.

Donatella Does Downtown: Versace Opens New SoHo Store
    Versace opened its first store in downtown New York at 160 Mercer Street.

Meet the Only Pro-Choice Woman Running for Governor
    In an election rife with discussion of abortion, birth control, rape, and equal pay, it's hard to believe that Maggie Hassan is the only pro-choice woman running for governor, in the battleground state of New Hampshire.

MC@Play with Mika
    Fresh off the release of a defining new album, British singer-songwriter Mika is now more relevant than ever with more even pop perfect singles, star-packed collaborations, and confidence than ever before.

Maison Martin Margiela for H&M Makes Its NYC Debut
    Maison Martin Margiela will collaborate on a collection for H&M for the 2012 holiday season.

Dressed to Thrill: Katie Holmes in Narciso Rodriguez for Kohl's
    Our chic celebrity outfit of the day.

Shop It Now: Massimo Dutti Opens First U.S. Store
    October has been a big month for Inditex as the Spanish class act Massimo Dutti officially opened its first stateside store in New York.

Burlesque in a Bottle: Dita Von Teese Launches Perfume
    Dita Von Teese launches her debut fragrance, self-named, in the U.S. for the first time.

The Dog Whistle Last Night Was to Women
    The third and final presidential debate of the 2012 election occurred on October 22 in Boca Raton, Florida.

Prabal Gurung for Target to Debut in February
    Prabal Gurung for Target will launch on February 10, 2013.

Who’s Funnier, Mitt Romney or Barack Obama? (And Does It Matter?)
    Last Thursday, Mitt Romney and Barack Obama were in the same room again, in a decidedly less combative mode than the debate stage two days prior. They were giving a pair of joke-laden speeches at the 67th Annual Alfred E. Smith Memorial Foundation Di

Ryan Reynolds' Favorite iPhone Apps
    The actor shares his eight most-used apps, from one that helps him read scripts to another that shows him how to restore old motorcycles.

Pills and Pocketbooks: Why Obama's Debate Pitch to Women Matters

Recap: Blondie Live YouTube Concert
    Last week, we wrote about Blondie's latest performance venture: a live YouTube concert on Wednesday, October 10, hosted by our very own Music Editor, Sergio Kletnoy.

Isaac Mizrahi Gets in the Driver's Seat
    The designer talks up his latest collaboration with Chevy Malibu and reveals what's to come in the new season of Project Runway All Stars.

The Real Winner of Last Night's Debate? Martha Raddatz
    Last night, during a post-debate cocktail, I said it: "Martha for president."

Cuts Against Cancer
    Need a trim—for free? In celebration of breast cancer awareness month, ULTA Beauty’s got you covered.

Five Lady Candidates to Watch: Election Countdown Edition
    With less than a month to election day, we’re checking in with some of the most fascinating candidates and closest races.

Watch Blondie's Live YouTube Concert
    Give us a studio recording of "Heart of Glass" and we'll be happy; give us a live performance by Blondie, and we'll be even happier. Check out YouTube Presents October 10 at 4 p.m. EST for a concert live from the New York City Google office

Who Can (and Can't) Call Out Campaign Racism?
    In case you haven’t noticed, there’s been a good amount of racial animosity underlining this election season, and it’s been ramping up in the past few weeks.

The Myth of Miracle Obama: What Didn’t Happen During Last Night’s Debate
    Weighing in on Barack Obama's performance in the first debate.

Move Like Madonna
    Get a taste of Madonna's gym, Hard Candy Fitness, from its new DVD, Addicted to Sweat.

Clarins and FEED: A Beautiful Partnership
    FEED, Lauren Bush's United Nations World Food Programme's burlap bag project, just introduced their first collaboration with luxury cosmetic company Clarins. World, welcome the FEED 15 Clarins Pouch.

Olympians Gabby Douglas and Jordyn Wieber Share Their Hard-Working Beauty Routines
    Two of our favorite gymnasts from the Fierce Five shared with us their beauty routines and what they really thought of that whole hair controversy.

Oops, Todd Akin Did It Again!
    Todd Akin opposes the Lily Ledbetter Fair Pay Act.

Todd Akin: Claire McCaskill was "much more ladylike" in 2006
    Todd Akin says Claire McCaskill was more ladylike in 2006

Advice for Rep. Todd Akin
    Rep. Todd Akin decided not to shut the whole thing down yesterday—he’s still running for Missouri Senate despite being almost universally panned for his nutso comments on rape and pregnancy, made in an August 19 interview.

The Evolution of the Political Celebrity
    They've been popping up a lot lately, at least for Democrats: emails from Barack Obama with the subject line, Dinner? Or a contrived plea from Jessica Alba, or an invitation from Sarah Jessica Parker.

Cole Haan's Month-Long Party in NYC Comes to A Close

Designer John Bartlett Partners with Farm Sanctuary on Tee-Shirt Capsule Collection
    Designer John Bartlett has teamed up with Farm Sanctuary, a non-profit that works on behalf of abused and neglected farm animals, to create a capsule collection of tee-shirts.

Shop It Now: Esteban Cortazar for Net-A-Porter
    The designer is one of our Fashion Director's favorites, and you can shop his first ever exclusive collection for Net-A-Porter right now!

Erin Wasson Lends Her Style to Rockport
    The supermodel shares her style secrets, the importance of comfort, and what it was like to reunite with Alexander Wang.

Our Weekend with the "Ponys"
    We caught up with a glamorous trio after their trip to Philly for a music festival.

Are the 47 Percent Really Obama Voters?
    Mitt Romney just insulted about half of Americans behind closed doors in a video that was only recently released.

Amanda Hearst Models Lemlem by Liya Kebede
    Amanda Hearst stars in the new lookbook for supermodel Liya Kebede's line Lemlem.

Mitt Romney on Porn
    Mitt Romney may be publicly waving off social issues in favor of stump speeches on the economy and ill-advised missives on the Middle East, but he’s managed to find some time to meet with an anti-pornography group.

Gov. John Kasich: Our wives are "doing the laundry" while we're on the road
    Ohio governor John Kasich doesn’t exactly have a lady-friendly reputation.

Vote on the Best Dressed Celeb at the Toronto International Film Festival
    While the fashion world has been covering all the Spring/Summer 2013 runway shows this week, Hollywood has taken over Toronto for its annual film festival. Vote on who you think hit the red carpet in the most stylish outfit!

2012: The Year the DNC Put Social Issues Front and Center
    Democrats didn’t shy away from these issues at all: Dozens of speakers, like Deval Patrick and Michelle Obama, mentioned LGBT equality over the past three days.

North Coast Music Festival 2012: Summer’s Last Stand
    The fading final days of summer were celebrated in style with a visit to Chicago's North Coast Festival.

Travel Diary: Venice, Italy and a Gucci Premiere With Blake Lively
    What better place to unveil Gucci’s latest creation, Premiere, a gorgeous new fragrance inspired by their couture collection, old Hollywood and one hell of a dress—than at the Venice Film Festival. MC’s Executive Beauty Editor Erin Fla

Bill Clinton Is That Ex-Boyfriend We Can't Stop Drunk-Texting
    It's hard to be opposed to Bill Clinton's amicable personality, diplomatic governing techniques, and, as seen last night at the DNC, his supreme speech-giving skills, but he has more adversaries than you might think.

The Economic Issue Missing from Prime Time
    Marie Claire hosted the EMILY's List panel on women and politics, and the conversation turned to topics not covered on the convention's national stage.

Michelle Obama: Working Mom-in-Chief
    Our political blogger discusses the ways in which the FLOTUS' DNC speech was more than a stroke of pure brilliance discussing motherhood, Barack-oli, and her husband's affinity for garbage-picking.

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