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I studied Journalism at St. John's University.
"Yoga became a regular part of my routine at the same time I was considering what my life would be like post-university. Flows were snuck in between constant reminders that life is nothing like the structures of school.
My friends and I discuss the news once a week during our Zoom calls. The conversations are a mix of sympathy, frustration and opinions, but all I can bring myself to say is, "I'm tired." Apparently, I wasn't alone.
I didn't read a book with a biracial protagonist until I was in my 20s. I had lived that long feeling out of place in a country where race was so closely connected to culture, community and belonging. I never considered someone else might feel the same.
Fashion & Beauty
Beauty enthusiasts rushed to Pier 36 on the first of October for the Beautycon, a convention dedicated to brands, content creators and fans coming together. The Knockturnal caught CEO of Beautycon Moj Mahdara at the event to talk about create beautycon and why content creators have built the best kind of audience.
Davines' lead stylist Joseph DiMaggio worked with each of the models unique hair texture. To give it some more wave some of the models' hair was slightly curled by blow drying the ends with a round brush held vertically. DiMaggio wanted a fresher and cleaner take on lived in hair.
Though we loved them earlier in the year, or possibly still do, there are some trends in 2015 that we might want to think about leaving behind. 1. Too flared flare jeans: With the revival of the '70s on the runway came the revival of flare jeans.
The collection featured a underground but utilitarian look with many of the models sporting black face paint or masks over their mouths styled. Ballerina Dejia Ferguson opened the presentation with a routine including an America flag for guests including Angela Simmons, Rox Brown, Justine Skye, Luka Sabat, Skizzy Mars, Kitty Cash, Jovanie, Harif Guzman, Nigel Sylvester, Willy Cartier and Dudley O'Shaughnessy.
Despite cold weather and a fair amount of snow, New York Fashion Week trudged on earlier this month and delivered a new crop of trends for the upcoming fall/winter season. Though looking forward to another season of polar vortexes and blizzards may not seem appealing at the moment, designers showed great clothes and trends that won't make it so bad.
In a landscape of black and white, occasionally feeling like everyone is stuck inside of Apple's packaging, Dickinson's character David is a Brooklyn, advertisement executive in the near future. As he utilizes the latest, augmented reality tech from his newest client he has a sort of affair with his best friend's girlfriend, played by Alexia Rasmussen.
Joe Jonas came out to a roar of screams. Dozens of fans reached out to touch him as he approached the edge of the stage. Jonas clearly has had the time and experience to build his front man act, but the entirety of DNCE unabashedly acts like rock stars the minute they hit the stage.
Paper Magazine released their December cover of Kim Kardashian. It instantly became the number one talking point and the launching pad for hundreds of memes. The cover features Kim holding a bottle of champagne bursting in an arc landing right into a glass that's balanced on her butt.
Being that nearly everyone has a smartphone or a laptop on their person, it's easy to get distracted and forget about everything, but there is a way to use these devices to your advantage. So, here are five apps that will save your life this semester.
Madonna released the "secretprojectrevolution" on her site artforfreedom.com last month. In collaboration with Steven Klein, she created a 17-minute video to kick-start a revolution. The video is described by Huffington Post as "a Vogue photo shoot coming to life," and I agree.