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All the Gigi Hadid References in Zayn Malik’s ‘There You Are’ Lyrics

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Ahead of Zayn Malik's release of his new album Icarus Falls this Friday, Malik has released another new single from it today, "There You Are." Lyrically, the song is an intimate tribute to someone who stood by Malik through hardship when no one else did—and could be seen as a tribute to his girlfriend of two-plus years, Gigi Hadid:

Here, a breakdown of the passionate lyrics that Malik penned with songwriters Joe Garrett, Levi Lennox, Michael Hannides, and Anthony Hannides along with all the possible Hadid references buried in them:

Intro:

Only you know me

The way you know me

Only you forgive me

When I'm sorry

Hadid and Malik dated for two years and four months before announcing they were breaking up in March this year. Malik wrote in his Twitter statement, "Gigi and I had an incredibly meaningful, loving and fun relationship, and I have a huge amount of respect and adoration for Gigi as a woman and a friend. She has such an incredible soul. I’m grateful to all of our fans for respecting this difficult decision and our privacy at the time, we wish this news could have come from us first. We love you all. xZ" Whatever their issues, Hadid seemingly forgave him by the end of April, when they were seen kissing again in New York City and publicly rekindling what they had.



Verse 1:

Need you when I'm broken

When I'm fixed

Need you when I'm well

When I'm sick

Malik talked to GQ this June about how Hadid has helped changed the way he views things, making him able to handle adversity better. "I had a very negative outlook on things," he told the outlet. "That might have been adolescence or testosterone or whatever the fuck was running through my body at the time. She's helped me to look at things from a positive angle."

Friends that I rely on

Don't come through

They run like the river

But not you

Pre-Chorus:

Can't see when I'm falling

Losing myself

But then I hear you calling

Chorus:

There you are

There you are

You're there with open arms

While Hadid and Malik have kept their relationship largely to themselves, they have literally shown PDA shots of themselves cuddling in their homes—a hint of how close they are in private. Hadid captioned her rare one, "flyin home to my happy place."



There you are

There you are

And I run

Verse 2:

Whispers in the background

Behind closed doors

I got myself in a mess and without you I'm in more

Oh, I'm a little drunk now

That's why I went to war

Oh yeah, you are my sober

When I'm on the floor

Malik could be referring here to the brief period that he and Hadid split. During that time, he talked to Ryan Seacrest in April about how he had really envisioned him and Hadid surviving anything. "I was aspiring to be in love with someone for the rest of my life and the rest of theirs, as we all do," he said of Hadid, the inspiration of "Let Me," which he wrote before their split. "And things change and we move forward in life. Times change, but yeah, that's what I was thinking when I wrote it."

Pre-Chorus:

Can't see when I'm falling

Losing myself

But then I hear you calling

Chorus:

There you are

There you are

You're there with open arms

There you are

There you are

And I run

Post-Chorus:

Only you know me the way you know me

Only you forgive me when I'm sorry

Even when I messed it up

There you are

Bridge:

Need you when I'm hot

When I'm cold

Need you when I'm young

When I'm old

You won't be far

Malik had said of Hadid that he wanted to commit to her for the rest of his life ("I was aspiring to be in love with someone for the rest of my life"). This may be a lyrical expression of his sentiment.

Chorus:

There you are

There you are

You're there with open arms

There you are

There you are

And I run

Post-Chorus:

Only you know me the way you know me

Only you forgive me when I'm sorry

Even when I messed it up

There you are

Outro:

When you're caught in the crowds

When you're up in the clouds

Hadid is a model who travels often for work (just these two weeks, she was in Milan and New York City). The crowds could be the crowds in the cities she works in; the clouds could literally be the clouds she travels through for work when she's flying between countries.

When you're caught in the crowds

When you're up in the clouds

There you are

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Meghan Markle Makes a Surprise Appearance in a One-Shouldered Black Gown at the British Fashion Awards

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Meghan Markle has made a surprise appearance on stage tonight at the British Fashion Awards to honor Clare Waight Keller, Givenchy's designer and the woman behind Meghan's royal wedding dress and countless other outfits for Meghan's first big events as a royal. Keller won the award for British Womenswear Designer of the Year and thanked the Duchess of Sussex on stage for working with her. Meghan wore a one-shouldered black gown by Givenchy for the occasion with Tamara Mellon gold sandals and Pippa Small jewelry.

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This was fully intended to be a surprise for Keller. “The Duchess was invited to present this award by the British Fashion Council and thought it would be a lovely surprise for Clare Waight Keller,” a royal source told royal reporter Carolyn Durand.

On stage, Meghan presented the award to Keller and started her speech by making a few words about being there "in my new home, the UK. It’s so nice to see so many familiar faces, many of you I’ve known for quite awhile, and there’s a lot of you that I’ve met in the past year so thank you for the warm welcome," she said. "As all of you in this room know, we have a deep connection to what we wear. Sometimes it’s very personal, sometimes it’s emotional. But for me this connection is rooted in really being able to understand that it’s about supporting and empowering each other, especially women." She proceeded to announce Keller as the winner of the Womenswear Designer Award.

Keller had glowing words for Meghan that she shared with the crowd. "This woman is so amazing," Keller said. "I got to know Meghan on such a personal level. To have someone like that trust you in an incredible moment in their life is something that is just the most unbelievable honor. And I can't thank you enough because it was the most beautiful moment. Thank you." The two left the stage together, Meghan's arm around Keller.

This is Meghan's first event this week and comes after she had several private engagements last week. Meghan attended a meeting with university leaders, a holiday party for the Royal Foundation, and a charity carol service then.

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A Guide to Face Rollers and Other Skincare Tools You Keep Seeing on Instagram

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It’s difficult to pinpoint the exact origins of the recent renaissance of mystical skincare tools but we’d venture to say it’s a mix of Goop, coupled with the overarching trend of wellness that has seeped into beauty and possibly their ubiquity all over Instagram. The point is, they’re everywhere these days. “There’s an appetite for some sort of reconnection,” says Jennifer Bonito, co-founder of beauty and wellness brand Cardea AuSet who came out with one last year, of their popularity. “And for anything that allows us to slow down in our lives and in our daily routines.”

Though pretty they might be, what exactly do they do? We break them down:

The Face Roller

Rumour has it that the ancient Egyptian goddess, Auset used rose quartz—a stone that speaks to your heart chakra—to maintain her youthful looks. But don’t discount them in jade, which date back to seventh century China and are known for having healing and protective properties. Spiritual benefits aside, rolling one of these along your face massages the skin, increasing circulation and promoting collagen production. Upward motions generate lift, while downward ones stimulate lymphatic drainage.

Most rollers are dual-ended, and some (like the version from Province Apothecary) have a smooth and studded side. “The studded end is like a body roller,” says Kassia Gooding, brand ambassador for the company. “It really moves the fascia (connective tissue under the skin), breaks up scar tissue and helps with any discolouration or pigmentation.” The smoother side soothes the skin and calms puffiness. Using post-serum or facial oil is best, as it will help your skin absorb the product. Once applied, curl up with a book or Netflix and mindlessly roll away.

 

The Dry Brush

More commonly known for use on the body, dry brushes also come in versions for the face and are recommended for those with sensitive skin. It’s a gentler version of a face roller and offers a lot of the same benefits: they soften the skin, provide light exfoliation and encourage lymphatic drainage. Lymph–the fluid that circulates our lymphatic system–carries waste away from our organs and back to the heart. Many lymph vessels live right beneath the skin, so the thought is that by brushing regularly, we’re helping to stimulate the lymph flow in our body, removing toxins in a natural way. They’re used on dry skin prior to cleansing your face or bathing, brushing in firm, small strokes towards the heart.

Gua Sha Stones

These flat crystals are dragged across the skin to promote circulation, collagen production and elasticity. “It’s kind of like the soothing end of a jade roller,” says Gooding. “But it’s a different technique and movement. You can get a little deeper because you’re adding more pressure and pulling rather than rolling and smoothing.”

The pulling and tugging can sound a little intense and indeed, a preliminary Google search produces some pretty gnarly images–mainly blood red backs that evoke references to other painful-looking practices like skin cupping. Gua Sha, like cupping, is another age-old technique that’s been used in China for thousands of years. People would take sharp objects–crystals, animals horns, antlers–and scrape the surface of the skin to improve circulation. But the version used today is much more gentle than the traditional one. Just like a face roller, use after product is freshly applied.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Cancer Weekly Horoscope

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You tend to be a private person, Cancer, but even you need the occasional “oversharing alert.” Keep your cards closer to your vest from Monday through Thursday, as retrograde Mercury creeps back through Scorpio and your flamboyant fifth house. Instead of posting sultry selfies directly to Instagram, store them on your camera app. Then see if you still feel like sharing them with the world (or your latest Hinge hopeful) when the winged messenger straightens up and flies right after the 6th. You might decide to reserve the intimate view into your life for people who have earned your trust. Or, maybe one of these shots will be your new profile pic. The point is, after Thursday, you’ll have much more clarity about the image you want to project to the world. Warning: An all-too-familiar face could pop up in your feeds before Thursday, as Mercury’s retrograde through Scorpio (which began December 1), also affects romance. A persistent paramour could flood you with texts, flowery gestures and seductive offers. You won’t be thinking clearly—especially since you DID kind of fantasize about this moment happening someday. But under this nostalgic light you shouldn’t buy into this wooing. This might just be a test from the universe: Can you make better choices now, Cancer? If it’s not an old flame who makes a resurgence, it could be someone who bears a striking resemblance, at least in character. Trust your gut and steel your willpower. It’s time to give the stable types priority placement on your dance card! Already spoken for? Drama might disrupt the placid seas of love. But rather than paddle away from the painful conversations, drop anchor and work through the issue. These currents are par for the course in the game of love. Deeper exploration can bring you closer, even if your honesty makes waves.

Lately, it may have felt like you were the only one capable of seeing the eight-hundred-pound, pink polka-dotted elephant in the room. You’ve been trying to keep quiet about it, but on Friday, straight-shooting Mars steamrolls over evasive Neptune in your ninth house of honesty. Translation? You can’t ignore the facts any longer. Part of you wants to continue to play ostrich, but deep down, you know that the sooner you start a conversation about this, the sooner you can start to work on a resolution. And by bringing the inconvenient truth out into the open, you’ll know where everyone stands on the matter, so you can decide whether to move forward as a team or just move on. One thing to be careful about: While you’re justifiably upset, coming across too heavy-handed will only alienate people, not get them to rally around you. Chill with the guilt trips, too. You might succeed at making people see the error of their ways, but they’ll only avoid you if they feel like criminals in your presence.

Even if your weekend social calendar is bananas, on Friday, you may be more interested in unrolling your yoga mat than uncorking a bottle of champagne. With the year’s only new moon in Sagittarius electrifying your wellness zone, recommit to taking excellent care of yourself while also enjoying the holiday season. It’s not exactly the most convenient time of the year to get back in tune with healthy eating habits or finding your way to the fitness studio. But new moons are just starting blocks, so don’t make impossible pledges like cutting out sugar or working out five days a week. Just make a point of filling your plate with plenty of fresh and nourishing food that you can “eat around” the gingerbread cookies and pumpkin pie. Going dancing might be your cardio on some days. The point is to start moving more frequently! Bonus: Grounding in your body will make you more productive. Whip through those final 2018 assignments so you can slip off to a surf town or a ski chalet to recharge later this month. If you need some support staff or more pay, be proactive and get a performance review on the calendar, even if it doesn’t take place until early January.

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Virgo Weekly Horoscope

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You may be itching to read someone like a library book, Virgo, but for the first half of the week, you’d be wise to hold your tongue. Mercury is still retrograde until this Thursday, December 6—and its effects have been doubled since last Saturday, December 1, when the cosmic communicator slipped back into Scorpio and your third house of communication. Your analytical sign has a keen sense of discernment, but you can also veer into the judgmental zone. If you start critiquing and labeling people, you can expect to deal with some fallout. Check yourself before you offend someone important with a withering glance or eye roll. Acting like you’re “above it all” could even be worse than engaging in an air clearing dialogue this weekend. The best use of this Mercury retrograde finale would be to enjoy some reunions with old friends. Flip through the photos on your social media feeds. Somebody that you used to know (better) could be trekking down a similar path. Reconnect and see if your synergies might even lead to a more permanent partnership or collaboration.

Empowerment tip for Friday: Saying “I’m sorry” every time you turn down an unreasonable offer, drop a fork or splurge on something for yourself is not the path to self-love. As the workweek wraps with warrior Mars linked up to passive Neptune in your relationship corner, you are due to strengthen your backbone. Unless you’ve made a genuinely egregious error, all you have to do is own your actions and get on with your day. If you’re feeling a little unsure about this, practice the pregnant pause. Wait an hour (or a day) before you rush to clear the air from a so-called conflict. The good news is that people aren’t as sensitive as you think, and your silence will give them a chance to reflect on their own actions—and maybe even think about how THEY impacted YOU. Under this transit, a lover’s quarrel could escalate quickly, especially if you’re being snarky instead of direct. Don’t fall into a Neptune-Mars passive-aggressive trap. If you have a legit complaint, by all means talk about it, but remember: Timing is everything when it comes to bringing up touchy topics.

Earlier on Friday, the year’s only Sagittarius new moon lands with a soft thump in your fourth house of domesticity. Toss a Yule log on the fire and kick up your feet. This is the break you’ve been waiting for—although there are certain holiday parties and events you definitely won’t want to miss. But here’s your chance to bow out of the half-baked ones so you can unwind and recharge your prodigious batteries. This lunar lift spotlights your personal life, especially your friends and family. Have you been shortchanging them in the love-and-affection department? Reorder your priorities and give them top billing in your schedule. With your fourth house lit up, you could catch a case of Marie Kondo fever. Your organized sign will relish the chance to clear out whatever clutter might be lurking at Chateau Virgo, and then call forth your inner interior decorator. This new moon might inspire you to begin the search for a new home, possibly in a different part of town—or a different town altogether. Start the hunt, but don’t rush into anything. This lunar lift gives you a six-month window to find the perfect new place—or maybe just a “home away from home” that you visit regularly.

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Libra Weekly Horoscope

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Budget is not a curse word, Libra. It’s more like your December 2018 safeword, so use it liberally. From Monday until Thursday, Mercury—who is retrograde from November 16 to this Thursday, December 6—is finishing up his reverse commute in Scorpio and your second house of finances. Count all your coins…even the wish-making ones you tossed in the Trevi Fountain. This week is great for thinking about luxe objects of desire—hand-dyed textiles, classic Gucci cases with the double G—but put them on a Pinterest board instead of adding them to your cart before you have your safety net secured (and perhaps until the shadow of the retrograde passes fully on Christmas Day). Simple pleasures may be the best, if not the least stressful, this week. Preparing a fresh meal with wholesome ingredients can be as decadent as splurging on a five-course meal at an overpriced haute bistro. Issues at work may come into play, too, so beware those snarly interactions with colleagues that could leave you stewing. But if someone is stepping on your turf, don’t let this happen without issuing a complaint—to someone who can actually do something about it, not your water cooler crew. Meanwhile, tweak your finances a little so that you’re not only putting cash in your checking account but also planting solid seeds for your future. That includes cultivating a project close to your heart, quietly. Since retrogrades put a spotlight on the past, you may have a promising run-in with a former coworker, perhaps at a holiday shindig. Reunited and it feels so good—and profitable, too.

On Friday, motivational Mars and reactive Neptune meet up in your sixth house of healthy living—something that happens just once every other year. This serves up an important reminder to think of wellness from a holistic perspective. Little good will it do you to chisel your arms or develop a perfect six-pack if every crunch or bicep curl makes you feel worse about yourself. Better to leave the gym rats to themselves and surround yourself with encouraging friends who embody self-love from the inside out. Take your yoga off the mat by having a few empowering sessions with a life coach. Since this Mars-Neptune merger is in your sixth house of work, little things at the office could start to bug you big-time. Don’t be a doormat. Stand up for yourself without laying blame. Most crucial is staying on your A game near Friday and keeping relationships healthy. At the very least, hear people out before you write them off. You can come up with a constructive solution together, ideally one that doesn’t involve extra labor for YOU.

This Friday, the new moon in Sagittarius will revive your social spirit, getting you out of hibernation and into the world of incredible people who inspire and heal you. Even in times of uncertainty, nothing feels better than communing with your circle of supportive friends. Load up your calendar with cultural events and gather your tribe. Whether you’re hitting up a ticketed event or just meeting for casual drinks, pick up the entertainment director’s baton. And keep your guest list open! A BFF-grade acquaintance could pop up this week marking the start of a beautiful alliance, which might even turn into a professional or project-based collaboration over the coming half year.

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What the Top Trending Videos of 2018 Say About Canadians

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As we fill our mugs with eggnog, put Mariah Carey on repeat and prepare to head into 2019, we start reflecting upon this past year in pop culture. YouTube Rewind—an annual unveiling of top trending videos broken down by country—provides a clear lens with which to look back at 2018. What does our fascination with Deadpool 2, a family dance challenge and Carpool Karaoke say about us as a country, and how do our clicks and views differ from those in America? Let’s take a look.

10. 2018 US Open Highlights: Serena Williams’ dispute overshadows Naomi Osaka’s final win

THIS TELLS US CANADIANS love a good controversy. But, we also love facts. When we read a headline that accuses Serena Williams of unleashing a furious rant, we go to YouTube so we can evaluate the situation and form our own opinions.

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9. FORTNITE DANCE CHALLENGE! – (In Real Life)

THIS TELLS US CANADIANS cherish family values and champion fellow Canadians — even when the content is trash. The Eh Bee Family, the creators behind this video, are Vaughan, ON-based Internet personalities (mom, dad and two kids) with massive followings on YouTube, Instagram and Facebook. I couldn’t make it 30 seconds into this video, but whatever it is they’re doing, it seems to be working.

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8. Falcon Heavy Test Flight

THIS TELLS US CANADIANS are interested in what Elon Musk is up to. He’s practically Canadian, after all — and that’s something that we make sure to bring up every time someone mentions his name.

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7. The Royal Wedding 2018: Prince Harry and Ms. Meghan Markle

THIS TELLS US CANADIANS celebrate being a commonwealth nation. We love the monarchy, and we love when an honorary Canadian finds a way to marry into it. Did you know Meghan Markle lived in Toronto for several years while filming Suits? Of course you did, you tell every non-Canadian you meet.

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6. Deadpool, Meet Cable

THIS TELLS US CANADIANS must really, really stan other Canadians. There is literally no other explanation for this Ryan Reynolds movie trailer making it to our top 10 list.

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5. Walmart yodeling kid

THIS TELLS US CANADIANS understand and appreciate American culture. Seriously, is there anything more American than a small cowboy singing bluegrass country in a suburban Walmart?

American YouTube Rank: 4

4. Paul McCartney Carpool Karaoke

THIS TELLS US CANADIANS also understand and appreciate British culture. This was the most watched YouTube video in the UK in 2018, but it didn’t even make it onto America’s top 10 list. Once again, we find ourselves somewhere in the middle of the two.

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3. Do You Hear “Yanny” or “Laurel”? (SOLVED with SCIENCE)

THIS TELLS US CANADIANS like to see problems SOLVED with SCIENCE, especially by Canadian creators. We’re discerning people who question everything, even ourselves. And then, we look to YouTube for seemingly expert explanations. Are these YouTube guys experts? Who really knows. They’re Canadian and they’re convincing, and that seems to be good enough.

American YouTube Rank: 5

2. we broke up 

THIS TELLS US CANADIANS are interested in the conscious uncoupling of two people I’ve literally never heard of. According to Kevin Allocca, head of culture and trends at YouTube, “they’re like the Brangelina of the YouTube generation.” Okay, cool. So maybe this tells us Canadians like watching a relationship be torn apart? I’m not sure.

American YouTube Rank: 3

1. To Our Daughter

THIS TELLS US CANADIANS care just as much about the Kardashian/Jenners as everyone else. And that, in the words of Kim Kardashian, Kylie Jenner’s pregnancy was perhaps “the best kept secret of our generation.”

American YouTube Rank: 1

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Our First (Completely Fabricated) Thoughts on Colton Underwood’s Bachelor Contestants

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The roster of ladies for the upcoming season of The Bachelor is out, and oh boy, do we have some contenders. Thirty women will be trying to convince former NFL player Colton Underwood to give them his final rose—and it’s time to make our predictions about who’s the most likely to get engaged in 2019—and who will be stuck selling detox tea.


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All the women vying for Colton Underwood’s heart on season 23 of The Bachelor

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Here’s All the Fashion News You Missed This Week

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Marc Jacobs is launching a new, lower-priced label

Marc by Marc Jacobs may have folded in 2015, but the designer is back with a new diffusion line, set to launch with its Pre-Fall 2019 collection. According to WWD, the “more democratically priced” line will be called The Marc Jacobs, and is currently being shown to retailers. An image from the under-wraps lookbook obtained by WWD depicts a set of twins in chunky striped sweaters and colourful corduroy pants. This latest piece of news as well as the recent announcement of the revival of Jacobs’ iconic 1992 grunge collection for Perry Ellis comes at a time when the brand has been in the news for rumours of business woes, including reports of its declining sales and shuttering of stores. (WWD)

Virgil Abloh joins Evian as Creative Adviser
In less than a decade in the business, Virgil Abloh has worked with brands from IKEA to Moet & Chandon to Nike. His latest move though, is a bit perplexing. Yesterday, it was announced that Abloh would join Evian as Creative Adviser for Sustainable Innovation Design. The designer is reportedly going to work with the mineral water company to help make their design process more sustainable. “Evian is an iconic brand with a strong heritage in fashion and creativity,” the designer said in a statement. “Its sustainability ambitions align with my own. Together we can push boundaries and explore new areas of revolution, paving a better future for generations globally.” Perhaps Abloh will do for Evian what Jennifer Aniston has done for SmartWater. And if it helps keep people hydrated… that’s a win-win? (WWD)

Chanel to stop using exotic skins
While the anti-fur movement has been steadily gaining traction, Chanel just became the first luxury fashion house in the world to swear off exotic skins like crocodile, snake, lizard and stingray. According to Chanel’s head of fashion, Bruno Pavlovksy, the brand had been finding it increasingly difficult to source skins that met their quality and ethical standards. Going forward, he told WWD, they will focus on developing leather and textiles from “agri-food” industries. (BBC)

A TV show about British Vogue is in the works
There’s Ugly Betty, there’s The Bold Type, and soon we’ll have another TV show depicting the inner workings of a glossy fashion magazine. This time, it’s being developed by former Vogue editors themselves, namely Alexandra Shulman, former editor in chief, and Fiona Golfar, former editor at large, of British Vogue. Named Gold Dust Nation, the show will be based on their experiences while at British Vogue in the ’90s. “It is a show about love and loyalty, treachery and creativity, beauty and body image. Can these co-exist when there is so much at stake in the highly charged world of fashion magazines?” Golfar said to Deadline. “Between us, Alexandra and I have seen it all, from the boardroom to the bedroom, there is never a dull moment in the world of fashion.” (Fashionista)

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11 Super Last-Minute Self-Care Gift Ideas, From Crystals to Vibrators

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While it was arguably this year’s most-overused buzzword, let’s be honest: the self-care wave is here to stay, and we aren’t complaining. One of the best things about this kombucha-drinking, ASMR-listening, meditation-doing movement is that literally anybody can partake in it—you don’t need to adhere to a certain size, have a rock-hard bod or be in physically fit condition to pamper yourself, which makes it a tad bit easier to find a gift for someone at the eleventh hour.

That said, if you’re scrambling for last-minute gift ideas look no further. We’ve rounded up the best self-care and wellness-inspired gifts for anyone on your holiday list, from pastel-hued vibrators, luxe crystals, sophisticated cannabis equipment and more.

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