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The singer put a contemporary spin on the retro trend in custom Schiaparelli.
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The 2023 Beauty Game-Changers Awards
Marie Claire experts selected standout beauty products across skincare, makeup, haircare, nails, and fragrance categories. Here’s what came out on top.
The Competition for Creators
Creators hold more power than ever—and companies are taking stock.
The Andie MacDowell Renaissance Is Upon Us
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Fashion Sees the Future
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Finding Wonder in Textile Waste
Cliché but true: One man's trash is another man's treasure.
So You Want a Postnup
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Hair as Art
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Without Affirmative Action, We All Lose
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When a lesbian couple was murdered on a remote trail in Moab, Utah, it reinforced one gruesome truth: For the LGBTQ+ community, the great outdoors can be a deadly place.
We Need to See More Parents Having Abortions in Film and Television
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