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When I Grow Up, I Want to Be One of These 16 French Women

My ability to speak the language leaves much to be desired but, if there's one thing I'm fluent in, it's French style —namely, the women who exude it so effortlessly.  Perhaps there's something in the (Evian bottled) water, but there's no denying that our French-born counterparts are always at the forefront of fashion—and it seems they always have been. Through the ages, French women  have proven themselves to be sartorially-blessed, as well as pioneers when it comes to the creative industries; be it fashion, beauty, photography, film, music, writing or design.   So, if you're in need of a little inspiration—be it wardrobe, work or otherwise—or, like me, you consider yourself a Galliac girl  at heart, acquaint yourself with the French women the Who What Wear   UK team can't help but admire

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Gwyneth Paltrow Just Revealed Her Timeless Wedding Ring

Update, September 30 : Gwyneth Paltrow and Brad Falchuk were officially married in the Hamptons last night, but there was seemingly a strict no social media policy, as we haven't been privy to any photos from the ceremony. On Sunday, however, Paltrow shared the one and only image from her wedding: a sweet photo showing her and Falchuk's sleek gold wedding bands. Congratulations to the happy couple! Originally posted on September 28: Gwyneth Paltrow first confirmed her engagement to producer Brad Falchuk back in January in the most Gwyneth way possible: with a cute couple's cover for Goop magazine

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Elon Musk settles SEC fraud case – and his Tesla tweets are the big casualty

Elon Musk has settled with the SEC, stepping down as chairman of the Tesla board and paying $20m in penalties – a figure matched by the automaker – though the biggest loss may well be on his Twitter account. The outspoken and often controversial billionaire found himself on the wrong side of the US Securities and Exchange Commission earlier this … Continue reading

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The Main Difference Between Italian and American Lingerie

The obsession with the style of women from overseas is really just another "the grass is always greener on the other side" mentality. Americans, Italians, and Parisians—just to name a few—all have a distinct way of dressing, and thanks to social media and the urgency of the internet, we are able to access their style at a moment's notice. But one thing we typically don't discuss as frequently is the difference between lingerie trends as they appear from country to country (and naturally so, as lingerie is traditionally more of a private matter)

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Facebook competitor Path is shutting down: Download your data now

This morning we’ve got some bad news for those of you who claim Path as your social network of choice, as its creators have announced that it will soon be shutting down. Path has been with us for nearly eight years now, originally launching back in November 2010

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Facebook Lite gets Community Help tools for disaster assistance

Facebook Lite, the social network’s slim app for low-end devices and developing markets, has just received access to important community crisis tools. Called Community Help, the feature launched early last year as a way for Facebook users to offer (and find, when necessary) help from their community following disasters. Mobile users no longer have to use the regular Facebook app … Continue reading

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It’s Barely Fall, and This Item’s Already Gone Viral

If you follow a certain set of fashion influencers, you'll know there's one item that caught on and spread like wildfire this season, quickly becoming an Instagram sensation. I'm talking, of course, about Réalisation's Naomi slip skirt . Over the course of the summer, the brand managed to sell out of the skirt on four different occasions.

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Carmela From The Sopranos Wore Every Big 2018 Trend First

The head-to-toe  animal print , the pastel shades, the skinny-rib knits, the gold jewelry… Is it really any wonder that myself and Who What Wear UK's social media editor, Isabel Mundigo-Moore, started thinking about Carmela Soprano's costumes and their relevance in 2018?

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Skype drops Snapchat-like feature since people weren’t using it

Microsoft's about-face on Skype now extends to one of its not-so-subtle attempts to ride the social media bandwagon.

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Twitter reveals potential threaded conversation redesign, online status indicator

While Twitter already has problems like online harassment and accounts that spread mis-information to deal with, the company also seems to be looking for ways to make the social network more enticing and easier to follow for new users.

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