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One of those major signs of adulthood is when you begin trading in your ratty band posters for actual framed pieces of art. But what if there was a way to pay homage to you favorite band and have some super stylish artwork, too? Enter Swissted, a new book from Mike Joyce, in which Joyce… READ MORE »


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In a previous Crave, Ami advised you to pick up the book Tiny Beautiful Things, a collection of the Dear Sugar advice columns published on the website The Rumpus. Penned by author Cheryl Strayed (who also wrote the best-selling memoir Wild), the Sugar advice columns are filled to the brim with wonderful wisdom for both the advice seeker… READ MORE »


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When I recently surveyed my sock drawer and noticed that my collection was all hole-filled stinkers and pairs that I’d “borrowed” from friends, I realized that it was time to update my footdrobe. I started with these Digital Tiger Ankle Socks, which send the appropriate “Don’t step on my toes” message. Footwear that is both… READ MORE »


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Okay, so ex-“Rachel Zoe Project” fashion fiend Brad Goreski might be the whiniest man on television. But his glasses are pretty sweet. And because Brad is Kate Spade’s newest brand stylist, his signature glasses are now memorialized in earrings, a bangle, a necklace, and this adorable ring. Take that, Rachel Zoe! [$48, KateSpade.com] … READ MORE »


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You know it’s been a productive therapy session if you sniffled your way through a whole box of tissues. On days that you can’t cry to your shrink, comfort yourself with this In Treatment tissue box cover. If nothing else, it will add some kitsch to your crying jags. And if you go through an… READ MORE »


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We’ve all been there (or I sure hope so, otherwise this may end up being an embarrassing confession): you wash, rinse, repeat, condition, and style as usual, only to find that your hair is still looking less than squeaky clean. Product residue, environmental grime, and (ew) scalp buildup all contribute to the dulling and dirtying… READ MORE »


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You’re not a lonely shut-in desperate for company. No, you are not! But on the off chance that you are a little lonely, no need to beg your visitor to stay for another viewing of “Harold and Maude.” Just throw down this “Please Don’t Leave” rug as a subtle reminder that your guest is welcome… READ MORE »


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You know all those late nights you spent sort of drunk and eating pizza with friends? Well, you deserve a medal for that. And if not a medal, then at least a patch, right? Thankfully the guys over at Demerit Patches realize that you deserve to be rewarded for all the little things you do… READ MORE »


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It’s not every morning a girl is lucky enough to wake up next to a Frenchman waiting with a cafe au lait and a warm croissant. But I can dream, can’t I? These chic cotton and machine washable bed pillows from Mod Cloth will get me partway there … and if it doesn’t work out… READ MORE »


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My office is not exactly an example of cleanliness and tranquility (once I left a half-eaten veggie burger under my easel for so long it started to grow arms and legs), but the scent of this Island Vanilla soy candle is so lovely and intoxicating that I can light it and close my eyes and… READ MORE »


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I may tend to my face religiously, but I’m no saint: I commit a cardinal beauty sin every day by neglecting my skin from the neck down. I’ll cleanse, exfoliate, tone, and moisturize my mug until anyone in the vicinity is like, “Why is she still in the bathroom?,” but when it comes to the… READ MORE »


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If Jane Austen had an iPad today, she’d be tweeting about boys just like us. And she’d do it with this rad Pride And Prejudice iPad cover, which fits iPads versions 2, 3, and 4. The hardcover book board cover, layered with rubber inside, has been made by the oldest bookbindery in the United States… READ MORE »


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I’ll be entirely honest: I treasure the finer things in life, and by “finer things” I mean “expensive stuff and anything with a French name.” This is precisely how I became infatuated with Paris-based candle-crafter and parfumeur (ooh, I just love that word) Diptyque. A cult favorite of fashion people and impossibly chic trust fund… READ MORE »


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A flirty mini dress in a stunning galaxy print, for less than $50: perfection. Add black tights, pointy toe pumps, a cropped blazer, and this astronaut necklace to really complete the look. [$44, ROMWE] … READ MORE »


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The thing that has been getting me through the winter is hot yoga. But there is one — only one–drawback. My laundry load has quadrupled. There’s so much sweating going on that I need so much more gear than I have. That, or I need to start doing laundry two to three times a week. READ MORE »


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As a beauty and style editor, I get to try lots and lots of skincare products. You should see my bathroom at home (actually, you shouldn’t see my bathroom at home, it’s a hoarder’s paradise). There’s a lot of good stuff out there, but rarely do I find a product that’s legitimately great. Fresh’s new… READ MORE »


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You don’t have to do any licking to solve this riddle, because this is actually a set of 60 hair ties wrapped up in the shape of an adorable lollipop. At the rate I lose hair ties, one of these lollipops would last me about a week, so I should probably buy all three. [$8.95, Neatoshop] … READ MORE »


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I’m always looking for new ways to get motivated to talk on the phone. I absolutely dread answering and returning phone calls. But I do love bananas. This radiation-proof iPhone handset is sure to put the fun back in phone time. Or, if nothing else, it should inspire some situational comedy when seen walking down… READ MORE »


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