This Fashion Editor Will Help You Shop Like a Style Insider

When Booth Moore graduated from high school, she didn’t want a car or a EuroRail pass, like most of her friends. Instead, she wanted a southwestern-style blanket coat with silver buttons from Ralph Lauren. She didn’t just want to acquire the coat—she wanted to go buy it herself at the Ralph Lauren Mansion on Madison Avenue. As another graduation gift, one of Moore’s friends drew a picture of her wearing that jacket on the cover of the erstwhile YM magazine, where she interned one summer in high school. To this day, the jacket…

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How to get the best deals on romantic food and drink this Valentine’s Day

Love may be blind but now it can also be cheap — as retailers go into battle to win bargain-savvy Brits’ affection on Valentine’s Day. A range of supermarket meal-deals are promising money-saving extras for hungry lovers fed up of over-priced set menus and busy restaurants. Morrisons fired the first cupid’s arrow with a two-person meal deal which includes a starter, main, side, dessert and a bottle of wine for just £15 – from a choice of beef wellingtons, lamb shanks and dry-aged sirlon streaks. The chain then slashed the…

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This Barre-Inspired Move Helped Sculpt Lea Michele’s Butt

The bottom line: Lea Michele’s booty is banging, and she’s not afraid to show it off. But how does she keep that posterior round and lifted? The Booty Crossover. “This move is great because it doesn’t add bulk,” says Erin Romney, owner of Romney studios in New Orleans, who has trained the Scream Queens star. “It actually slims down and tones, thanks to the high reps and using gravity as your weight.” Do it three days a week, making sure to include rest days in between, and you’ll notice a…

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Everything You Need to Know About This Fashion Season

The world is topsy-turvy — on this we all agree. But when down is up and up is down, and everyone is busy looking in all directions at once because so much is going on (Super Bowl! Grammys! Oscars! Trump!), what happens to hemlines? Flux, of course. Fashion is not exempt. Disruption is the overriding trend of the ready-to-wear season. Cities, separation of the sexes, and the very shape of a show are just some of the elements under scrutiny. As fashion month begins in New York on Thursday and…

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World Cancer Day: This Deadly Lifestyle Disease Kills Close to 9 Million Annually

Undeniably, cancer has assumed a menacing character in the world of lifestyle diseases. According to the World Health Organisation, there were an estimated 14 million new instances of cancer in the year 2012 which are on rise ever since. According to the official reports, these numbers are expected to rise by a whopping 70% over the next twenty years. In the year 2015 close to 9 million people across the globe died due to cancer. Every 1 in 6 deaths in the world is caused by cancer which, at present,…

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What’ll she be wearing? Inaugural fashion, politics are intertwined this time

NEW YORK — What’ll she be wearing? It’s a question that fascinates fashion-watchers — and lots of others — every four years: Which designer will the new U.S. first lady choose to wear on Inauguration Day and, more importantly, on Inauguration Night? This year, as never before, the question is a loaded one. Dressing the first lady has long been considered a great honour for a designer — and a huge business boon. But in an industry that leaned heavily toward Hillary Clinton, a number of designers have indicated they…

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TBI Blogs: Do You Think Diabetes or Heart Disease Is A “Genetic Problem”? You Need to Read This!

Everyone needs to understand that our genes are just one factor, one cog in the wheel that takes us hurtling towards the path of lifestyle disease-dom. Kavita Devgan explores the multiple factors that cause lifestyle diseases, and how to overcome them. Most of the time, we conveniently blame our genes for any health disorder that affects us. “Oh, both my aunts have diabetes, so I knew I would get it too,” a 35-year-old professional told me just last week. In fact, I hear this – or a variation of it – all the time….

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Amazon Prime Video, Super Mario Run, OnePlus 3T, and More News This Week

This week the headlines were dominated by a strange mix of Internet outages and payments failures at the start of the week, and then everything came to a halt thanks to a new video service, and a couple of games. Here’s everything you need to know about the week that’s gone by. One of the biggest events to take place this week was the India launch of Amazon Prime Video on Wednesday. Included with a Amazon Prime subscription that costs Rs. 499 per year, Amazon Prime Video is available on Android,…

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A $1.3 Million Bank Glitch Funded This Guy’s Lavish Lifestyle

Luke Moore’s luxurious lifestyle came to a screeching halt when the bank finally realized he was $1.3 million overdrawn. Moore had been jet-setting around the world for the prior two years on the bank’s dime thanks to an error that allowed him an unlimited amounts of overdrafts. Moore first noticed the error in March 2010 when he opened a Complete Freedom account at St. George Bank and realized there was some truth to its advertising. He had complete freedom to withdraw as much money as he wanted, and boy did…

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Dynamic Lifestyle | Keeping The Pounds Off This Christmas

The holiday season can make sticking to a consistent workout routine difficult. Between the cooler temperatures, shorter daylight hours, travelling to visit families, food-oriented gatherings and frantic shopping schedules, squeezing in physical activity is always tough. But staying active during the holidays can be easier and more fun than you think. We’ve compiled a list of five easy ways to squeeze in a workout during the holidays that will surely keep you active and keep those inches off.   1. SET GOALS   The holidays can get so busy and…

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