Monthly archives: January, 2017

How to Live Longer in 5 Easy Steps

What’s the secret to a longer life? For that, there’s a promising new body of scientific research that youth-seekers will find compelling. Here, five easy habits that might extend your lifespan—worth exploring.
Go Vegan(-ish)
Last summer, a group of Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital researchers revealed the hidden virtues of plant protein. After tracking more than 131,000 patients for up to 32 years, the study found that swapping out processed red meat (sausage, bacon) for plant versions (beans, nuts, legumes) was linked to a lower mortality rate. The authors suggest that people should consider eating more plant proteins than animal proteins. Research fellow Mingyang Song added that fish and chicken are likely better choices than red and processed meat.
Add Spice
A recent study from the University of Vermont found that hot red chili peppers were linked to a 13 percent decrease in mortality, largely from heart disease or stroke. The data tracked well with earlie..

Is Bella Hadid Borrowing From Gigi’s Closet?

Shared, borrowed, or stolen—swapping clothes between sisters is all part of the territory. Kendall and Kylie Jenner admit to regularly supplementing their own closets with items sourced from the other, and now another pair of siblings is continuing the trend. Models Gigi and Bella Hadid were spotted en route to Sunday brunch over the weekend, with Bella in what appeared to be a pair of button-fly trousers we saw on Gigi just days prior. When the sisters headed to lunch together today in New York, Bella wore what looked just like the leopard-print coat first spotted on her big sister.
While Gigi went the rock star route, pairing hers with shredded black denim, Bella opted for a more modern take in Blank NYC leather pants with intricate embroidery. A Supreme Box Logo hoodie was also of-the-moment—the cult streetwear brand just announced a collaboration with Louis Vuitton at Men’s Fashion Week in Paris. With Stuart Weitzman stretch-velvet boots on her feet and a Givenchy bowler bag in ha..

5 Makeup Trends to Try Before You Turn 30

For some, turning 30 is a monumental event—one that’s marked by a certain no-tricks confidence that extends all the way to a newly pared down makeup bag. But before you’ve established a signature look, there is the gloriously experimental decade that’s known as your 20s: Now is the time to dip into pots of glitter pigment, embrace the cult cool of chic nail art, and scoop up that acid pink Gucci fur coat while you’re at it.
Play to your wild side with a jolt of lively neon blush, à la Chanel’s Spring 2017 show, or try on a neo-noir lipstick for an unexpectedly bold twist. To channel the eternal allure of Anna Karina or Amy Winehouse, a stroke of inky black liquid liner is all that’s required. Above, five fearlessly playful trends to check off your list now.
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Watch Rihanna Make Her TV Debut in a Hitchcock-Worthy Cameo

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Photo: Courtesy of American Genre Film Archive
Rihanna’s transition to Hollywood continues. On Tuesday, Entertainment Weekly released two exclusive images of the pop singer in her first-ever TV role in A&E’s horror series, Bates Motel. (The show, which explores the early life of Alfred Hitchcock’s crazed murderer, Norman Bates, was apparently a favorite of RiRi’s.) Last summer, Rihanna was cast as the doomed Marion Crane—aka the woman who meets her fate behind a shower curtain—for the show’s fifth and final season. The original role in the 1960 thriller, Psycho, launched actress Janet Leigh into worldwide fame, and her murder scene is still one of the most iconic moments in film history. So who better than the one and only Bad Gal RiRi to make the part into her own?
Below, a first look of Rihanna as Marion Crane in the trailer of the new season of Bates Motel.
Kendall Jenner, Cara Delevingne, and more of Rihanna’s Navy pay tribute to “Work”:
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Yeezy Season 5 Is Coming to New York Fashion Week

After a much buzzed-about (in ways both good and bad) Season 4 show on Roosevelt Island, Kanye West’s Yeezy collection is returning to New York Fashion Week this February for its Season 5 iteration. According to a press blast, Yeezy will show on Wednesday, February 15, at 5:00 p.m., a slot between Anna Sui and Thom Browne, currently also occupied by Marchesa.
Unlike past seasons, where West took over Madison Square Garden and the bottom half of Roosevelt Island, this season’s show is slated to take place at Pier 59 Studios at Chelsea Piers. That venue, which provides designers a studio format they can rework into a presentation or a runway show, is much more familiar to the fashion set—and much easier to access.
As for the collection, West and Kim Kardashian West have been teasing Calabasas-branded merchandise on social media for nearly a year, leading fans to believe a release of the city merch is imminent. If the Wests’ new Instagram style is anything to go by, the suburban ’90s vi..

100-Mile-Long Crack in Antarctic Ice Shelf Keeps Growing

A massive iceberg the size of Delaware is now even closer to breaking free from Antarctica, due to a widening crack in the ice shelf, scientists report. The Larsen C Ice Shelf in Antarctica is cut through by a growing rift, which stretches nearly 109 miles (175 kilometers) long, new satellite data has revealed. Already in 2017, the rift has grown by 6.2 miles (10 km), and now only 12.4 miles (20 km) of ice are anchoring the massive iceberg to the ice shelf, according to Project MIDAS, an Antarctic research project based in the United Kingdom.
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In Photos: Protestors Rally in Bitter Cold to Reject Trump’s Immigration Ban

New Yorkers flooded Manhattan’s Tompkins Square Park on Monday night to protest Trump’s recent executive orders restricting immigration for people from seven Muslim countries. A large group of community members, led by local Councilwoman Rosie Mendez, spoke at the event, including imams, rabbis, members of the LGBTQ community, high school students, and leaders of minority groups who feel directly targeted by the Trump administration.
During the majority of the the Lower East Side Rally Against Hate, shivering protestors listened quietly as each leader took the mic to describe the simultaneous feelings of fear and solidarity experienced by their respective communities. Imam Abu Sufian of a local East Village mosque, who is also an immigrant, recalled taking his oath of allegiance when he became a United States citizen and pledging to uphold the Constitution in a way that he feels Trump has thus far failed to do. Melissa Aase, Executive Director of University Settlement, described her f..

Three States Are Suing Trump Over His Immigration Ban

The attorneys general from Massachusetts, New York, and Washington are suing the Trump administration for the president’s controversial executive order banning refugees and travelers from seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the US, the Associated Press reports.
“This is a president who does not have respect for the rule of the law,” New York attorney general, Eric Schneiderman, told the AP Tuesday. “That’s something that bothers a lot of people.”
Schneiderman and Massachusetts AG Maura Healey announced on Tuesday they would be working together with groups in their states, including the ACLU, that have already filed lawsuits against the president for this action. Their statements follow Washington’s attorney general, Bob Ferguson, who announced his own lawsuit on Monday, which asks a judge to throw out certain parts of Trump’s executive order that bars people from entering the country from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, and Yemen.
“It’s my responsibility as attor..

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