• Cover: July 21, 2014
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  • on our radar

    Put a Ring On It

    What's more important in an engagement ring: the sentiment behind it or the three Cs (color, clarity and cut)? Artist Sasha Tseng puts that question to the test with her Invisible Love Ring, $68. The diamond sparkles in the box, but "disappears" once opened (the stone is actually an optical illusion). While that's one way to buck the engagement-ring tradition, here are 15 other unconventional rings to inspire you. 
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  • having a moment

    Split Decisions

    Celebs are "split" over the color-block trend, with Kim Kardashian, Brit Marling and English actress Anna Shaffer all donning half-and-half dresses. Anyone else have a sudden hankering for a black and white cookie?
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    Split Decisions
    Celebs are "split" over the color-block trend, with Kim Kardashian, Brit Marling and English...
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  • who knew?

    Book Smart

    It seems that books—from novels to auto-repair manuals—are a reliable way to read the emotions of society. British researchers surveyed 5,195,769 tomes from the last century. They had computers tally "emotional" words in Google-scanned books, tracking terms for anger, disgust, fear, joy, sadness and surprise. According to the results, the 1920s was a time of great happiness (marked by words like gusto and zest), while the early '40s seems to have been a downer, with words like grievous and panic dominating. The good news? The books of the past 12 years indicate that we're now on an upswing.
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    It seems that books—from novels to auto-repair manuals—are a reliable way to read the emotions...
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