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THE 2016 EMMY AWARDS HIGHLIGHTS

On September 18th, the 68th Emmy Awards occurred in Hollywood. HBO, Netflix, Amazon, and FX were the big winners of the night. HBO walked away with 22 awards thanks to Game of Thrones which took home 12 statues including wins for Best Writing, Best Directing, and Best Drama. 21st Century Fox network, FX, came in…

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TRENDING AT SPRING 2016 COUTURE

At Paris Couture Week, the designers brought more than just fashion to the runways. As a whole, the elite group restored strength to a shaken city after the terrorism attacks in November. With gorgeous gowns inspired by the city's gardens, a line dedicated to the famous nightclub Le Palace, looks centered on talents such as David Bowie and…

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BLURRING GENDERS – SIGNS OF THE TIMES

Heading to the bathroom is a simple task for most people but for transgender men and women in our society it is a daily struggle. The walk to a door marked with recognizable signage—a stick figure with or without a triangle dress—is one more way that transgender people, especially transgender youth have to define who they are.…

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WOMEN RAN THE 2015 EMMY AWARDS

It was a night to remember at this year's 67th Annual Emmy Awards. This year's awards ceremony was filled with emotional moments, laugh-out-loud moments, firsts, and all the glamour one could expect at a red carpet event.  Whether Emmy viewers were crying, laughing, or clapping with joy, one thing was clear: women dominated this year's…

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GOLDEN GLOBE AWARDS WINNERS 2015

2015 GOLDEN GLOBE WINNERS Motion picture, musical or comedy WINNER: "The Grand Budapest Hotel" - Motion picture, drama WINNER: "Boyhood" - Actor in a motion picture, drama WINNER: Eddie Redmayne, "The Theory of Everything" - Actress in a motion picture, drama WINNER: Julianne Moore, "Still Alice" - Actress in a motion picture, musical or comedy…

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PARIS + MILAN RUNWAY TRENDS – SPRING/SUMMER 2015

Paris Fashion Week and Milan Fashion Week saw a variety of unique trends and styles for Spring/Summer 2015. The garments were especially memorable, seeing as this year's round of shows saw the final Jean-Paul Gaultier ready-to-wear collection and the faux feminist protest for Chanel. From long romantic dresses to head-to-toe denim looks, see below for some of our favorite trends that we saw on…

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