• Cover: November 21, 2014
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  • 11 Nontraditional Thanksgiving Traditions
  • Throw a 1920s themed party this holiday season
  • Beauty Products That Work While You Sleep
  • What Your Party Guests Won't Tell You
  • 10 Best Housewarming Gifts Under $50
  • Gotta Have It: Glo's Latest Obsession
  • who knew?

    Let Them Eat Macarons

    Started seven years ago by Parisian pastry chef Pierre Hermé, Macaron Day celebrates the colorful French confection. (Not to be confused with the macaroon, a macaron is a petite meringue sandwich with a sweet filling.) If you're watching your waistline but still want to partake in the sweetness, check out this witty art print by Urban Petite Design and more macaron-inspired decor, courtesy of our friends at HOUZZ.
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    Let Them Eat Macarons
    Started seven years ago by Parisian pastry chef Pierre Hermé, Macaron Day celebrates the colorful...
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    In the hot seat! The self-warming outdoor furniture from Galanter & Jones is just the thing for cool nights (PopSugar)

    Spray-on jeans. Wait, when is April 1 again? (The Daily Beast)

    Brands from Chanel to Jo Malone release new perfumes (ELLE)

    The world's first yarn truck makes its debut this weekend (LA Times)

    Namaste turns nasty when customers try to return sheer yoga pants (Washington Post)

    Get your glow on with the Kardashians' new sunless-tan line (WWD)
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    Collecting Craze

    We're crazy about collections (see ten more unusual collections here) and we've found one more. Stanley Colorite, aka "The Barbie Man" has a stash of over 3,000 Barbie dolls and accessories that would make any little girl green with envy. Stanley spends up to $30,000 a year on the Mattel icon—his collection is currently valued at $80,000—and he displays them in his home. The dolls take up four bedrooms and one bathroom, giving new meaning to Barbie Dream House.
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    Collecting Craze
    We're crazy about collections (see ten more unusual collections here ) and we've found one more....
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