There's nothing better than a soothing scroll back in time, and social media makes it so damn easy to get nostalgic. Boomers and Xers mourn their good ol' days on Facebook; for Gen Y and Z, reminiscing takes place on the grid. Instagram is a k-hole of digitized s and s memorabilia down which we re-live TV shows, Versace dresses, pop stars, and early internet meme culture.
By Carina Imbornone. After making her major acting debut on the television show Animal Kingdom and starring opposite Melissa McCarthy in Life of the PartyGordon has graduated into two back-to-back roles that cleverly subvert the established tropes of the high school coming-of-age movie. Just in time for back to school season, we saw it only fitting to talk to the all-grown-up Molly about car crashes, learning from the tweens, and, well, Molly.
Laura Pergolizzi has been making music as LP for over 15 years, but the New York-born, Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter has also been living a bit of a double life. Patrick Demarchelier was born outside of Paris inand any movie about his life would necessarily include the poignant scene of his stepfather giving the self-professed troublemaker an Eastman Kodak camera for his 17th birthday. Printed, patterned, and razor skinny, the new jean is a canvas for broadcasting one thing: attitude.
Right after I delivered my gypsy-eyed daughter by emergency cesarean sectionI remembered I needed to call the phone company over a mistake in the bill. You are overcharging. My husband heard my screaming from the hall, came into the room, and gently took the phone away. It would not be the last time he told me that.
Jump to navigation. Check out this interview with Henry Smiles from Two Direction and complete the tasks to practise and improve your reading skills. Well, I love music, of course, and sleeping and eating.
Teen Vogue. I applied through an employee referral. The process took a week.
What the Federalist is concerned about, and what socialists and others should celebrate, is that Teen Vogue recognizes the artificiality of separating the public, the private, and the political, and its political writing fuses all three. But what it can do, and what it has been doing so successfully, is to educate its readership on issues that they might not have ever been exposed to. Think of what the average American high school, or even college, puts before the eyes of its students — it is mind-numbingly bland and hardly the material that provokes political thought.
Playing to sell-out crowds across the globe, Billie Eilish is beloved for more than just her music. This is proof the bold print trend is back in a big way. Your first look inside the Joost Bakker-designed interiors for the Lexus marquee.
The documentary Jawline observes the life of Austyn Tester, a teenage broadcaster on the platform YouNow who is trying to find success online with the hopes of escaping the limited prospects of his life in rural Tennessee. The film, which premiered at Sundance and will hit theaters and stream on Hulu starting Aug. As Tester interacts with fangirls who crowd around him at a mall meet-and-greet and later fails to catch hold in the mainstream, Mandelup shows the lengths and limits of finding fame through these new channels. In a conversation with TIME, Mandelup talked about what fascinated her about the world of influencers and the voices she tried to center in the film.