Thursday, April 22

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45 Games of Chess Later, We're Still Comparing Beth Harmon and Audrey Hepburn's Style
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45 Games of Chess Later, We're Still Comparing Beth Harmon and Audrey Hepburn's Style

Did you have a feeling that Beth Harmon's style was inspired by Audrey Hepburn while watching The Queen's Gambit? That was purposeful, and *ding ding ding* you are absolutely right. We discussed all the fashion references with the Netflix series's costumer Gabriele Binder, who explained that she looked to different icons from the '60s throughout the show, shifting Harmon's look ever so slightly as she grew up. "As Beth matures, her style changes with new experiences and places she travels to. Her early style is influenced by Jean Seberg, Audrey Hepburn, and Natalie Wood, among others," Binder told POPSUGAR. Even though Harmon, played by Anya Taylor-Joy, goes on to spend time in New York and compete in chess tournaments in Paris and Moscow later in the story, the Hepburn influence carrie...
Everyone's Comparing This Affordable Skincare Brand to The Ordinary
Fashion

Everyone's Comparing This Affordable Skincare Brand to The Ordinary

Let's play a game: Name the most minimal, most buzzworthy and most affordable skincare brand available right now.If you shouted The Ordinary, we commend you. The brand does, indeed, offer up a spectacular lineup of skin heroes, and some of the brand's main talking points are simplistic, in-demand formulas clocking in at very impressive (i.e., budget-friendly) price points. However, as much as we love The Ordinary, it's actually not the holy-grail skincare brand we're referring to. Beauty lovers everywhere, meet The Inkey List—the under-the-radar brand that delivers sleek and minimal product formulas for under £15 each. Yep, you read that right!Founded by former Boots' branding and product developers Colette Newberry and Mark Curry, the British company has been garnering lots of talk and...
Dr. Phil Apologizes for Comparing Coronavirus Deaths to Swimming Pool Deaths
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Dr. Phil Apologizes for Comparing Coronavirus Deaths to Swimming Pool Deaths

Dr. Phil McGraw has clarified his comments after comparing coronavirus deaths to deaths caused by automobile accidents, cigarettes and swimming pools. Stars Who Drew Backlash for Their Controversial Views on Coronavirus “What I believe, regardless of what I may have come across as saying, is we need widespread testing and continued protection of the high-risk portion of the population,” the TV host, 69, said during a Facebook Live on Friday, April 17. “Last night I said we as a society have chosen to live with certain controllable deadly risk every day, smoking, auto crashes, swimming and, yes, I know that those are not contagious, so probably bad examples.” The Oklahoma native went on to apologize “if I offended people’s sensibilities” and added, “If you didn’t like my c...