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Day: April 9, 2021

9 Beauty Pageant Q&As That Celebrate Women’s Intelligence, Ambition, and More

Miss Universe Zozibini Tunzi is pictured on her Johannesburg Bus Tour.

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Why Global Citizens Should Care

Women empowerment does not come in one form, it comes in many forms. One thing can be considered to be empowerment for one woman but the other might not see how it can be considered as empowerment. The United Nations’ Global Goals calls for empowerment of women and girls around the world. You can join us in taking action on this issue here.

For critics, beauty pageants are an outdated hangover of a patriarchal society that values women only for their beauty. For

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Emily VanCamp Drops Her Skin-Care Routine

Emily VanCamp doesn’t mess around, both when playing badass agent Sharon Carter in Marvel’s The Falcon and The Winter Soldier and when it comes to her skin-care routine. When I signed on for our Zoom, the 34-year old actor came prepared with a written list of her favorite products in order to keep organized. 

But that doesn’t mean it’s all business. VanCamp considers her skin-care routine a self-care ritual. “I wasn’t always like that, but I think when I entered into my 30s, I realized I needed to make skin care a little bit more of a priority,” she says.

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31 White Wedding Looks to Consider From the Fall 2021 Runways

It’s been over a year since most of us have been to a wedding—at least the kind we attended in the Before Times, with crowded dance floors, over-the-top flower arrangements, and hundreds of guests. The ceremonies that did take place in 2020 were mostly on Zoom or outdoors with immediate family, a stark pivot from the destination weddings and weekend-long festivities many couples had planned. Frustrating as it was to postpone (and then postpone again), the silver lining of a pandemic wedding is that there are no rules to follow, no expectations to uphold. Anything goes! Most weddings were refreshingly

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Ceramics Are in Fashion – The New York Times

The fashion designer Jonathan Anderson has always valued the relationship between ceramic forms and fashion.

In December, he curated an exhibition of ceramics and porcelain by Akiko Hirai, titled “Setting a Hare in the China Shop,” at the JW Anderson shop in London and, in February, collaborated with the ceramic artists Magdalene Odundo and Shawanda Corbett for the label’s fall 2021 collection and presentation.

Photographed by Juergen Teller, the project included a series of JW Anderson women’s wear looks, still-life images and sketches of Ms. Odundo and Ms. Corbett’s ceramics, as well as their portraits, and blankets designed as part

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