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The Top 5 Reasons Why We’re Jealous Of Julia Restoin-Roitfeld

Julia Restoin-Roitfeld For Kiki de Montparnasse photo

Born into France’s high court of fashion (her mother being former editor in chief of French Vogue, Carine Roitfeld and her father designer Christian Restoin),Julia Restoin-Roitfeld grew up around the tastemakers and gamechangers of the entire fashion industry. A graduate of Parsons Paris School of Art and Design, Restoin-Roitfeld has created her own vision of the glamorous world she grew up in through the lens of photography and design. Today she’s taken on a couple new roles that Grazia explored through a recent interview, which became the inspiration for our Top 5 List. Without further ado, the Top 5 Reasons Why We’re Jealous of Julia Restoin-Roitfeld…

Beyoncé & Blue Ivy Wear Coordinating Cat And Mouse Shoes

Beyoncé had one of the best outfit coordinations of all time. OF ALL TIME.

In the cutest mommy-daughter style moment of ever, Beyoncé stepped out in Charlotte Olympia cat flats, while she dressed Blue Ivy in Little Marc Jacobs mouse shoes. If you don’t love this, you probably have no soul. Read more…

How To Hide A Hangover

“How can I hide a hangover? Blotchy skin, puffy eyes — I don’t need everyone (especially my boss!) to know how awful I feel.”

Yes, after a big night of partying there is nothing worse than waking up to realize you look as dreadful as you feel! Fortunately, there are a few tricks and tips to disguise the telltale signs of a hangover, helping you fake your way through the morning.

First thing’s first — although tempting, no matter how late it is when you come in, be sure to remove your makeup completely and top with a night moisturizer to help rehydrate while you sleep. Another tip is to sleep with an extra pillow. The additional height will help to promote lymphatic drainage and prevent fluid from accumulating (which leaves you looking puffy in the morning!). Read more…

Government Seizes $325 Million Worth Of Counterfeit Uggs

Just when you thought the saga of counterfeit Uggscouldn’t get any uglier, it did. This week, US Customs officials shut down a complex plan between two criminal networks that had planned to sell some $325 million worth of counterfeit Uggs and other fake fashion items in the United States.

The New York Times reports that federal agents arrested nearly 30 people, most of them Chinese, in the US and the Philippines this week, and charged them with smuggling counterfeit goods into the US. Customs officials allege that those involved with the case were able to successfully sneak the goods into the country by using the names of honest shipping companies on customs forms. As a result, once the goods were in the country, some of them were distributed to people who didn’t even know they were getting fake merchandise. Read more…

Cosmo‘s Very First TV Ad Was Kind Of Sexist

What can we say about Cosmopolitan today that wasn’t true about Cosmopolitan in the past? According to the very first commercial that promoted the magazine brand in the UK, not much.

The 1972 commercial, unearthed by Copyranter, features a number of women talking to men. Specifically, the men are asking women how they managed to pull off things like affording nice cars and cooking delicious meals (things women totally couldn’t do at all in the 70s, or something), and the women respond with a page from Cosmpolitan. Then a male announcer says that women can learn all sorts of things from Cosmopolitan. Things about men. Read more and watch the video here…

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