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It’s not historically accurate; it’s very designed,” explained dress historian Bernadette Banner to her more than one million YouTube subscribers in a year-end video ranking 2020’s spate of costume dramas on their accuracy. Still, anachronisms like Queen Charlotte’s “random mid-eighteenth-century gown” in a sea of late-eighteenth century Empire numbers certainly didn’t stop some 82 million
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The Rhonda Swan Show focuses on people and how to turn their passions and dreams into a tangible reality. The show is dedicated to inspiring mothers, families and individuals to go after their dreams. Through Rhonda’s private mentorship program, world-class online training course and best-selling book with audiences in 88 countries, she helps people turn
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Two of the world’s most prominent athletes are no longer bound for the tallest spot on the podium at the Tokyo Olympics. Tennis wunderkind Naomi Osaka, ranked No. 2 in the world, lost to Marketa Vondrousova of the Czech Republic, ranked No. 42, in a rattling upset. Simone Biles, by any measurement the world’s most
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The Sussexes are continuing their mission of speaking out against inequalities within the media industry. In a statement shared on Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan’s official website, Archewell, the royal couple showed support for a coalition of U.K. journalists working to bring attention to the racial and fiscal inequalities that plague the industry. The open
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Dua: Instagram; Juicy: Getty Images; Courtesy of the brands. Style Points is a weekly column about how fashion intersects with the wider world. It might have been the return of low-rise jeans that broke people. Every other aughts craze, from UGGs to Juicy Couture sweatsuits, had had its high-fashion moment by that point— the former
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