Monday, May 23

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If You're Not Into Nail Art, These Minimal Looks Will Change Your Mind
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If You're Not Into Nail Art, These Minimal Looks Will Change Your Mind

When it comes to my nails, I always play it safe. I have two colourways of choice and I've not dabbled in any nail art. Call me boring but I'm a minimalist at heart. However, there's only so much baking I can do, so in an effort to find a new lockdown hobby, I've been dabbling in minimal nail art. I thought I'd start off slow by baby-stepping my way into the world of nail artistry. Not too sure if I should call it artistry at this point, but I tried. I also wanted some new styles to cut out and keep for when I book in for my post-lockdown manicure. Sometimes, it's best to leave it to the professionals.If you're like me and have an aversion to wild styles gracing your fingernails, then keep scrolling for all the minimal nail art inspiration that you need. All that's required here is a st...
Kintu New York's Dreamy Yet Functional Bags Are Handcrafted Works of Art
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Kintu New York's Dreamy Yet Functional Bags Are Handcrafted Works of Art

If you want a bag that's thoughtfully designed yet actually functional on a daily basis, one of the brands our editors are obsessing over is Kintu New York. Founded by Sarah Nakintu in 2015, the purses are designed in New York, developed with artisans all over the globe, then made in Italy. The luxurious bags are special because they're made with "a combination of the craftsmanship of Italian leather makers and the handicraft of artisans from India (Indian handwoven luxury brocade) and Kenya (Hardware). Kintu bags are consciously crafted from strong and hard-wearing 100-percent natural vegetable tanned leather sourced from the best European tanneries," according to the brand. This type of leather is worth every penny because it's known for its durability and flexibility. Ahead, we cur...
Celebrity Chef Art Smith Has Lost 70 Lbs. During Quarantine
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Celebrity Chef Art Smith Has Lost 70 Lbs. During Quarantine

A silver lining. Celebrity chef Art Smith never expected that quarantining amid the coronavirus pandemic would lead him to lose 70 pounds in less than three months. Celebrities’ Weight Loss and Transformations: Before and After Pictures The celebrity chef, 60, explained in an interview with Today on Friday, May 22, that his weight loss journey began when Lucas Cancelier, a rugby player and trainer, visited Smith, his husband, Jesus Salgueri, and their four children in Florida before returning home to Argentina. However, as the coronavirus pandemic spread, Cancelier decided to shelter in place at Smith’s home. The Florida native told Cancelier that he was unhappy with his current weight of 330 pounds and the pair set a goal for Smith to lose 30 pounds. “[Ca...