Who Really Runs the World? Women Do!

Photography by BECKY YEE Gossard Lingerie In this month’s photo editorial, Becky takes her inspiration from Queen Bey, Sasha Fierce, diva-extraordinaire, Beyonce. Like Beyonce’s girl power anthem, these lingerie looks are catchy, bold, undeniably aggressive, making women feel unstoppable. Shot in NYC and  infused with the city’s indisputable energy, they are commanding canvasses that answer […]

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Elisabeth Moss on The Handmaid’s Tale Season 5 Finale Twist: ‘Holy Sh*t!’

Spoilers below. June Osborne is finally headed to safety…or is she? At the end of The Handmaid’s Tale’s season 5 finale, she and her daughter Nichole have boarded a train of refugees escaping from Canada, only to find Serena Waterford and her child aboard too. And if that isn’t enough to worry about, June’s husband […]

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Exploring the post-modern pop culture horrors at the heart of British identity

Most of us associate the word ‘horror’ with a cinematic genre: The Exorcist, The Ring, Paranormal Activity, Halloween, Friday the 13th andThe Texas Chainsaw Massacre are a few names that might spring to mind. Some might even recall the voice of Vincent Price, or Michael Jackson’s pioneering Thriller music video. If you think of movies […]

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Camille Charrière’s Mango Collection Is Inspired by Her Party Girl Era

Combine Parisian pragmatism with a Londoner’s “cool” factor and you’ll get Camille Charrière (a.k.a. Camille Over the Rainbow, a.k.a. Tasmania—more to come on that later). Once a fashion outsider working in finance, Charrière broke into the world of style and celebrities the old-fashioned way, or shall we say the new old-fashioned way: by starting a […]

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Severance Season 2: Everything We Know So Far

Spoilers for Severance season 1 ahead. It’s fitting that, in this era of return-to-office fatigue, mass resignations, “quiet quitting,” and declining professional ambition, a show about the oddities and horrors of work life would captivate us most. Apple TV+’s Severance took the world by storm after premiering in February, garnering critical acclaim, a growing fandom, […]

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The Creative Drive of Hannah Logan Peterson, winner of The Spark 2.0 Short Film Showcase

When I tell Hannah Logan Peterson that her short film, Daughter, moved me to tears, I’m not exaggerating. Chosen as the selection of The Spark 2.0—an initiative sponsored by Lexus and ELLE to showcase an original short film by a woman director—Daughter runs four minutes, but it reverberates with emotion, authenticity and gravitas. “That’s what […]

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‘Frasier’ Revival Picked Up By Paramount+, Kelsey Grammer Onboard

By Brent Furdyk. Published: 5 hours ago Last updated: 5 hours ago Get ready to dig into some tossed salad and scrambled eggs — “Frasier” is making a comeback. According to Deadline, the revival of the hit sitcom has received a series pickup order by Paramount+, more than a year-and-a-half after the streaming service announced it […]

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Even Planned Parenthood Is Calling Out Blonde’s Anti-Abortion Messaging

There’s a lot to pick apart in Blonde, Andrew Dominik’s highly criticized Marilyn Monroe film starring Ana de Armas, which is now streaming on Netflix. There’s the way it reduces Hollywood’s biggest icon to a helpless victim; its obsession with showing Monroe endure abuse, sexualization, and abandonment seemingly without end; and how it participates in […]

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