Topic: GAP

Georgia May Jagger Addresses Criticism Of Her Gap Teeth

Georgia May Jagger Addresses Criticism Of Her Gap Teeth

As a result of not wearing my retainer because it hurts like crazy, I have a few small gaps in between my teeth. I’m self conscious of these sometimes, but for the most part, I don’t think about them. However, most of the people I know with more substantial, noticeable gaps in their smiles are extremely aware of them — often because people, sometimes strangers, point them out. And that is an unpleasantly rude move on their parts. More »

Would You Let Your Daughter Model?

Would You Let Your Daughter Model?

Frankly, after the whole outrage over Thylane Blondeau, (and Eva Ionesco long before her) I can’t imagine letting any child of mine model until she’s say… 40. At which point, having her naked chest covered in beads will be a proud statement about female liberation, the fact that there are still beads on the planet 50 years from now, and, last but not least, a statement of all-too human rebellion against the inevitable robot overlords.
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Shopping Guide: Fashion That Gives Back

Shopping Guide: Fashion That Gives Back

Earth Day was this week and apparently that makes this week Earth Week. But the planet is (obviously) not the only thing we should give back to wherever possible. There’s all kinds of stuff you can purchase that goes to all kinds of people and causes that need your help: education, hunger, animals, HIV/AIDS, clean water, and more. So, here’s a few brands that give back when you buy. More »

Shopping Guide: 20 Not-So-Basic Umbrellas To Tough Out Rainy Days

Shopping Guide: 20 Not-So-Basic Umbrellas To Tough Out Rainy Days

Yesterday, our shopping guide was, apparently, a little too season pushy. While we were scouring the internet for nude shoes worthy of an outdoor cocktail party, it was pouring outside our window. Today, we’re being a little bit more realistic by rounding up cool, striking, interesting umbrellas. Granted, some people are the kind that always lose things like umbrellas or sunglasses or what have you, so if you’re one of them, maybe sticking with the cheapy $6 street vendor umbrellas is the way to go. If you’re a little more mindful of your things, however, a nice umbrella is a really good accessory: it keeps you dry, won’t break in a stiff breeze, and can be a cool personal touch. More »