Elizabeth Williams was 6,000 miles away the night Georgia turned blue. But even from Turkey, where she is playing during the WNBA off-season, the 6-foot-3 center felt the gravity of the moment—and the role she and other WNBA women had in making it all happen. The Atlanta Dream superstar helped lead a league-wide players’ movement
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Courtesy of Chanel / Anton Corbijn During heavy times, a touch of lightness can be a temporary balm. That’s what Chanel’s spring-summer couture provided. A brief respite, the storied fashion house debuted its newest collection to a near-empty audience, a nod to the times and the hope of returning to a packed house. “I love
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Schiaparelli Creative Director Daniel Roseberry pulled inspiration from Elsa Schiaparelli’s philosophy about couture, citing her “ambition […] to experiment, to be disobedient, in all things: fabrication, shape, color, iconography.” Roseberry dismantled what we typically see during couture week, exploring irreverence and making the effort to display separates like cargo pants and even a bomber jacket
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The first time I read The Color Purple, I was fifteen years old and spending the summer in Boston with my dad, preparing to apply for early decision to the University of Pennsylvania. I had just been let go from my part-time canvassing gig at an environmental law center because my boss realized that I
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