Photography by Getty ImagesAn early 2000s-inspired look complete with temporary glitter tattoos, tropical prints, shell necklaces and flouncy minis is the latest Y2K look gaining popularity on TikTok. By Natalie Michie Date May 14, 2021 Facebook Twitter Tropical prints, temporary glitter tattoos, halter tops. Ever wanted to relive those early aughts fashion choices — judgment-free?
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Often, executives unknowingly encounter (and find themselves existing in) a success paradox where there are more responsibilities, more expectations, more pressure, more stress, but less time available for themselves. This paradox, of course, leads to exhaustion. But executives aren’t executives by accident. They’ve climbed this trajectory of success because they’re brilliant, relentless, and most importantly,
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Companies are created, expanded, allowed to wither and die or get revived by their leaders. Walmart started to digitize in 2001, but those efforts didn’t go anywhere until Doug McMillon became CEO in 2014. Microsoft was treading water until Satya Nadella took over. Larry Page and Sergey Brin created a new competitive field. So did
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Robert Eggers’ next movie The Northman will be hitting theaters on April 8, 2022 via Focus Features. The revenge thriller from The Lighthouse filmmaker stars Alexander Skarsgard,  Nicole Kidman, Ethan Hawke, Björk and reteams the filmmaker with his Lighthouse star Willem Dafoe and The Witch star Anya Taylor-Joy. The Northman explores how far a Viking prince will go
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by Brandon Stanton ‧ RELEASE DATE: Oct. 6, 2020 The creator of the hit internet series Humans of New York takes it global, chasing down a panoply of interesting stories. In 1955, Edward Steichen staged a show called “The Family of Man,” a gathering of photographs that emphasized the commonality of humankind. Stanton’s project seemingly
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There’s nothing better than sitting outside on a sunny Spring afternoon with a refreshingly fruity beverage and enjoying a light and flavorful lunch that’s both savory and comforting. Instead of the same boxed soup and boring side salad, Award-Winning Chef to the Stars Ryan Rondeno offers simple, mouth-watering recipes to freshen up your daily menu,
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It was a who’s who at the celebrity, rockstar Red Carpet event at Villa Feliz, the location of the launch of “Sue Wong Designer Estates.” Celebrities paraded to the Red Carpet passing by an opulent display of Sue Wong signature designer gowns and a barrage of media and photographers. It was not only the party
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Michael Neely is one of the most positive influences in the media world today. Originally from Connecticut, but now based in Georgia, Neely has faced bullying and poverty but has overcome each of his quarrels with fate and has risen above diversity becoming a stable and well respected media expert…. Neely has his own radio
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