• Cover: September 1, 2014
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  • Hey, Stud! 8 Statement Earrings
  • Doh! The MAC x The Simpsons collection is finally
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  • who knew?

    Happy National Pet Day!

    In honor of National Pet Day, we dug up a couple facts about our furry friends. According to the American Veterinary Medical Association, there are a higher number of cats than dogs per household (and more cats overall), but there are more households that have dogs. Which goes to show you that while more people prefer pooches, those who like their cats really like them.

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  • on our radar

    Animal Style

    Zoo-inspired looks, first spotted at the fall 2012 shows, continue to inspire designers around the globe. We saw a wolf-print top in Beijing, a cutout dress with a tiger motif in Mumbai, and another tiger moment in Sri Lanka. We've gone wild for them.
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    Animal Style
    Zoo-inspired looks, first spotted at the fall 2012 shows , continue to inspire designers around the...
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  • this just in

    Debunking the Bra Myth

    Need a lift? Don't count on your brassiere to offer much support. Results of a 15-year study suggest that wearing a bra doesn't prevent sagging, reports Popular Science. "Breasts gain no benefit from being denied gravity," said study author Jean-Denis Rouillon. "On the contrary, they get saggier with a bra." Wha-huh? Rouillon explains that supporting tissue stops growing and "will eventually wither" in the bosom of bra-wearers. While we're not ready to completely toss off our undergarments just yet, going sans bra every once in a while doesn't seem so bad.
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    Debunking the Bra Myth
    Need a lift? Don't count on your brassiere to offer much support. Results of a 15-year study...
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