• Cover: November 24, 2014
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  • on our radar

    Glamping on a Budget

    We never thought we'd ever want to stay in a hostel post-college—until we came across BaseCamp Bonn Young Hostel in Germany. Pick from one of their 15 retro RVs or railway cars at an indoor campsite for a budget-friendly $30 to $100 per night.
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  • who knew?

    An Offer You Can't Refuse?

    We didn't think modern dating could get much more contrived … but we stand corrected.

    Welcome to Carrot Dating, a new app that lets users (both male and female) bribe potential partners in exchange for a date. Choose a bribe within the categories of entertainment, dining, gifts, activities or "popular" (a few examples include a tank of gas, a fancy dinner, even jewelry) and wait to see if it scores you a date.

    While there's just something icky about offering (or accepting) gifts in exchange for a date, the founder, an MIT grad, insists that it was created with the best of intentions, after realizing that a "nerdy smile and sweet personality" didn't always get women's attention.

    If the app actually levels the playing field for nice girls and guys, then we'd be a bit more open to it. But if someone tries to offer you plastic surgery in exchange for dinner and a movie? (Which, yes, is a bribe idea from the founder himself.) Run.
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    We didn't think modern dating could get much more contrived … but we stand corrected. Welcome to...
  • this just in

    Kate's Return

    After a long three years, Kate Moss is coming back to Topshop, once again bringing her cool, model-off-duty look to the brand. According to Fashionista, the style icon's 40-piece collection will include clothes, shoes and accessories, all inspired by her own wardrobe.

    The bad news: It doesn't arrive until April.

    The good news? The collection won't be limited to U.K. stores this time around. Besides being available online, the pieces will be at U.S.-based Topshop stores and at Nordstrom, too.

    Let the six-month countdown begin …
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