[email protected] Fashion Week culminates with 11th annual Fashion Show “Body. Cloth. Motion”

The Granoff Center for the Creative Arts, usually the home of Fashion@Brown’s annual Fashion Show, was quiet Friday evening. The COVID-19 pandemic forced the group to hold all of its Fashion Week events, including its Fashion Show, online. In order to still share the designs and talents of [email protected]’s members, the Fashion Show “Body. Cloth. Motion.” — under the leadership of Design Team Directors Lynn Hlaing ’21, Seabass Immonen ’23 and Rhode Island School of Design senior Kasia Hope — was pre-recorded and premiered on YouTube Friday evening

The show featured over 40 looks from 12 designers and included 11 separate collections. Each collection varied in style, with some subverting fashion’s more traditional mediums. RISD sophomores Selena Yang’s and Cameron Astles’ collection “SporeStitch” affixed atypical elements to the clothing, including small structures that appeared to be homes and silhouettes of animals. Others attempted to play with unorthodox

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This Kopari Body Scrub Left 94% of Users With a Radiant Glow

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Now that the spring season is on the horizon, we’re starting to shed our warm winter layers and planning to show a little bit of skin in the process! While it’s an exciting feeling, we do want to make sure our skin is prepped and ready to bask in the sunshine.

The winter months are grueling for all of our bodies. For starters, it’s an incredibly dry season and skin inevitably suffers as a result. And we’re not just talking about the face — nothing is immune to the bitter cold’s wrath. Built-up dryness leads to dullness, and the results are far from flattering. It’s officially time to stow away our heavy-duty winter clothes and banish buildup, and this incredible body scrub from Kopari may be the secret!

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Sleeping beauty: 5 dermatologist recommendations for nighttime body care | Senior Living Online Features

Minimize noise with a white noise machine or fan if you wake frequently during the night.

Practice a soothing bedtime routine, like turning off gadgets early and enjoying a warm, relaxing shower.

2. Use products that work overnight

Choose products that work overnight to moisturize to revitalize skin, renew your skin’s surface, and restore dry skin while you sleep. “If your skin sounds squeaky or feels tight after a shower, it has likely been stripped of its natural moisture,” said Farhang.

She recommends Olay Body Wash with Retinol. Supercharged with Retinol and Vitamin B3 Complex, this body wash supports your skin’s natural pH and deeply hydrates to replenish skin’s moisture barrier. It moisturizes to improve skin 3X better than the leading body wash to transform skin from dry and dull to bright and smooth!

3. Elevate your nighttime body care routine with a rinse-off body conditioner

Simply applying lotion

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Jonah Hill Gets Real About Body Image, Fashion Amid Weight Loss

Getting comfortable in his own skin. Jonah Hill reflected on the biggest “turning point” he had when it comes to body image, confidence and his sense of style.

The Mid90s director, 36, opened up about the comments he’s received about his body since his career first took off during a candid conversation with GQ magazine published on Monday, November 16. The California native has stepped into the fashion world with a new Adidas partnership — and hopes to encourage fans to express their individuality no matter their size.

“I think the biggest shift in my personal style was that I always had an interest in personal style and fashion, but I was always a bigger guy,” Hill explained. “It’s really hard when you’re overweight to dress a certain way, because clothes aren’t made for people who are overweight to have style. So, I think it surprises people. Even now, I’ll

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The Best Skirt Style for Your Body Type

From A-line to pencil and hourglass to pear, there quite a few skirt styles and as many body types. And while we think when it comes to fashion, the number one rule is to wear what you like best, it can never hurt to know which options work best for you when you’re getting ready in a pinch. In other words, there’s a reason we’re always seeing Kim Kardashian West in her signature pencil silhouette. So which types of skirts and body shapes match up the best? Well, we’ve got the answers.

Keep reading for our breakdown of which skirt styles look best with each body type and why. Plus, shop our on-trend skirt picks for the season ahead while you’re at it. 

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If you’re an apple (slim lower body, carry weight around your middle), you look fantastic in high-waisted flouncy skirts.

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