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Everything from the epic costumes to the (more epic) sex scenes. From Men's Health
You know Jenna Lyons as the former president of J.Crew who became known as the "woman who dresses America" thanks to her recognizable sense of style. Lyons doesn't just mix high and low pieces, she proves that fancy has its place next to casual and/or funky, if you want it to. Her outfits have always inspired us to reimagine our closet, selecting clothes we haven't visited in years because they might look really great with some fresh denim and a pair of heels. Lyons has an air of effortlessness about her that became synonymous with the J.Crew brand - her look embodies the phrase sophisticated cool, or, perhaps in J.Crew terms, relaxed prep. While Jenna left J.Crew in April 2017, she's fine-tuning her own business and doing it in the public eye with the release of HBO Max's Stylish With Jenna Lyons, a documentary-slash-reality competition. "My biggest hope is to peel away the premise of rules in fashion, home, and/or beauty. Everyone has the right and the access; rules just don't apply." Season one, which begins streaming on Dec. 3, takes us through a handful of design projects that delve into the home and beauty spheres. We see Lyons tackle renovations, makeovers, and the launch of her beauty line LoveSeen. The kicker? Jenna's showing us the ins and outs of her industry by hosting weekly competitions with aspiring artists and creatives. Each project introduces us (the viewer) and her current team (including Chief-of-Staff Kyle DeFord and Stylist Sarah Clary) to associates interested in joining Jenna's staff - for longer than the length of just one episode. Can you imagine the honor? With that, we get to see how Lyons and DeFord interview candidates and choose the right people for carrying out Jenna's vision. We chatted with Lyons about the show and also asked her to look back on her J.Crew days. As for the future, well, we just had to know how Lyons sees her role changing down the line. Will she always be the "woman who dresses America"? "I think that somehow along the way, there became this idea that there were rules. Rules get people in a place where they feel they can or can't, should or shouldn't. My biggest hope is to peel away the premise of rules in fashion, home, and/or beauty. Everyone has the right and the access; rules just don't apply," Jenna told POPSUGAR. We really like the sound of that. Scroll down to find out more about what she has in store - or in the case of her favorite J.Crew piece from high school - storage. Related: What It Means to Have Style Right Now: 49 Designers, Models, Influencers, and Stylists Weigh In on Fashion's Big Question
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A 1960s commercial for Cloralex, a popular chlorine solution in Mexico, has gone viral on TikTok for its disturbing recommendations. A user by the name of Adán González shared the commercial on his account, asking users in the caption, “You saw how it was recycled?”. In the black-and-white clip, a woman promotes Cloralex’s latest bottle, which is made of plastic instead of glass. The woman then goes on to discuss the bottle’s many questionable uses. “This beautiful container has many purposes,” she says, pointing to bottles in a fridge that have been relabeled “water” and “juice”. In October, the company released a statement claiming that concerns over the commercial were somewhat baseless
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Many of us, if given the chance to sit down with former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, might ask her for advice on legal matters, diplomacy, health-care reform, protecting underserved children, and the like. But it may not occur to us to do what Dax Shepard did on his Armchair Expert podcast this week: He […]
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