DRUGSTORE AWARDS: The Very Best "Miami Party Makeup" (and, uh, did I mention I'm in Miami again?) Dear Emily and Jane,By the time you read this I will be on an airplane to Miami. Eeeeeeek.I am very sorry I didn’t tell you. I got freaked out by the meeting where we talked about how we all have to put things on a schedule and tell people where we are all of the time. I know that it’s a cold day in hell when I come to the office anyway, but there are these new rules now and I already broke them.I kept meaning to ask if it was cool that I went, but then I was all chicken. OK! I’ll tell you guys more about what I’m doing down there tomorrow or Monday, but in the meantime let’s talk about last time I was in Miami. (But I mean, when I am in New York I am always acting up really badly and doing horrible things like bleaching my eyebrows and smearing myself with fake blood or getting stoned with Disney stars. But I have not been partying at all in 2012 and this trip will not be an exception! Yes, this is a working trip (not a vacation) to recharge. On to the beauty! The best part?
Tower of London Remembers - About the installation About the installation Don't miss the major art installation Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red at the Tower of London, marking one hundred years since the first full day of Britain's involvement in the First World War. Created by ceramic artist Paul Cummins, with setting by stage designer Tom Piper, 888,246 ceramic poppies will progressively fill the Tower's famous moat over the summer. Each poppy represents a British military fatality during the war. The poppies will encircle the iconic landmark, creating not only a spectacular display visible from all around the Tower but also a location for personal reflection. We are hoping to sell all of the poppies that make up the installation and, in doing so, raise millions of pounds which will be shared equally amongst six service charities. An evolving installation Watch the video Watch the making of the installation video. Own your piece of history You can own a part of this unique installation. Buy a poppy What’s on Find out more Roll of Honour
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NEW YORK FASHION WEEK: Why I Slept Through It Last Time, and Why I Sort Of Want To Again I read every comment left on my articles on this site, and many of you have mentioned that you feel resentful or envious of what you understand to be my glamorous (and you're right, it is) life. And now it's the most glamorous week of all -- Fashion Week -- and maybe you're a little jealous that you don't have a job like mine, or that you don't live in New York, working in the glamour industries. I used to feel jealous too, every Fashion Week when I was young, that I wasn't there. When I was climbing the ranks of magazines, there was nothing more painful for me than when Fashion Week came to town and erected it’s big white tents in Bryant Park, like some Calvin Klein-y minimalist circus. I WILL be an editor someday, I’d think as I packed up garment bags and hand-wrote shipping labels in the fashion closet of Vanity Fair, hideously misspelling “Comme des Garcons,” “Giambattista Valli,” “Junya Watanabe,” “Maison Martin Margiela,” “Miu Miu” (“Mui Mui”) every time. Am I bugging? Whatever.
Bullet Necklace 357 Magnum Bullet Shell by ArtifactsNRelics BEAUTY AFTER HOURS: Quick-Fire Q&A with Cat (Plus, A Surprise Happy Ending) "I don't care about your sunburn! You probably shouldn't have gotten so wasted and laid out in the sun like an idiot," said Cat when I asked her what to put on my post-holiday skin last night. I had wanted to write about Cat's favorite after-sun products, but she wasn't having it. Kiehl's Lip Balm #1, $7: I gave Cat this beauty classic last week after she chewed her lips until they bled. Supercalifragilipsticks, $24 each: How cute are these lipsticks by Poppy King for Kate Spade? Philosophy The Supernatural Lit From Within, $23: Cat wears this sheer, creamy blush in "Look on the Bright Side." Essence Lip Liner, $.99: At that price you have no excuse not to give it a try, right? Make Up For Ever Aqua Eyes, $18: The Chubby new liner Cat used isn't out yet, but this gel-like waterproof pencil is awesome too. NARS Pure Sheer SPF Lip Treatment, $25: The "perfect nude, nude, nude lip," Cat was referring to is Aurore.
Esscentual Alchemy all natural botanical perfume and organic perfumes & fragrances Harry Potter Movie Poster Collection Seven 11x17 par TheGeekerie Suntan Lotion Sort by: 1 - 5 of 11 reviews Should Have Paid More Attention to Past Reviews by Emily the Customer from California on 3/31/2014 Smells like chemical, bad for you sunscreen. Overall: No, I would not recommend this to a friend. Did you find this review helpful? Smells like heavy sunscreen, NOT suntan oil/lotion by Jacki from Lebanon, Ohio on 11/30/2013 I was deceived by the name of this one. Overall: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend. Summertime by Dr. This isn't one that I think I would use often, but it definitely captures summertime. Alright, but not what I was expecting. by Amanda B. from Michigan on 7/19/2013 One of my first Demeter Scents. Like the real stuff