• Cover: September 1, 2014
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  • this just in

    Get Gwen's Polish

    Our favorite glam rocker/girl crush Gwen Stefani just announced her latest design collab, and we can't wait to get our hands (and toes) on it.

    Gwen has created seven OPI nail polishes inspired by her bold style. We already love them based on the names alone, like Lay Down That Base for the base coat and Over & Over A-Gwen—a boxed set that includes Gwen's favorite red hue with Swarovski black crystals for a little nail art.

    Get those manis scheduled for January 2014 when Gwen's line officially launches.

    Until then, try these 40 new polishes to keep your nails happy this fall.
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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.
    An Offer You Can't Refuse?
    We didn't think modern dating could get much more contrived … but we stand corrected. Welcome to...

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