Brian Culbertson: Colors of Love Tour Live From Las Vegas – Brian Culbertson

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Brian Culbertson: Colors of Love Tour Live From Las Vegas

Brian Culbertson

Genre: Concert Films

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Release Date: February 14, 2019

Brian Culbertson's Color of Love LIVE is his most ambitious project to date. Three distinct acts encapsulate Brian's journey of love. Light some candles, pour some wine, and enjoy. Live from Las Vegas, Brian captures the Colors of Love Tour LIVE, including some appearances from very special guests.

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Colors of Love Tour (Live in Las Vegas) – Brian Culbertson

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Colors of Love Tour (Live in Las Vegas)

Brian Culbertson

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 14.99

Release Date: February 14, 2019

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Giorgio Armani Shows his Love of Colors

TRUE COLORS: The photographic exhibit “Fabula,” unveiled Friday evening at the Armani Silos space, isn’t what one would really expect from Giorgio Armani–and the designer knows it. “I was tickled by the idea that people think I love neutrals so much, that this is a contradiction and that Armani doesn’t love colors, but, actually, here they are,” said Armani during a walkthrough. “I fell in love with these color palettes, and I had fun with the images.”
Indeed, the exhibition of more than 250 images by French photographer Charles Fréger, his largest to date and running until March 24, is joyful and entertaining, capturing a variety of subjects from around the world, ranging from the Finnish ice-skating team and images of young Sumo wrestlers and Sikh soldiers to whimsically and artfully painted Jaipur elephants or quirky yet traditional masked costumes.

Two photos by Charles Fréger 
Charles Fréger

Armani, who years ago staged his own “Eccentrico” exhibition said there is a “need for eccentricity today. He lamented how generally “we are now stupidly attracted by small and banal things, but we need to be stimulated.” In fashion, too, it seems “anything now is an invention, but that’s not true. We must be inventive.”

Photos by Charles Fréger 

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Captain Marvel shows her true colors in new trailer

A new look at Captain Marvel sees the colorful superhero in far more action and shows ties to the rest of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

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Colors – Dennis Hopper

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Dennis Hopper

Genre: Action & Adventure

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Release Date: April 15, 1988

An experienced cop and his rookie partner patrol the streets of East Los Angeles while trying to keep the gang violence under control.


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B Swish Updates Bcharmed Classic With New Name, Colors

Boutique brand B Swish has updated its Bcharmed Classic massaging ring with a new name and colors. – Pleasure & Retail

Colors of Love – Brian Culbertson

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Colors of Love

Brian Culbertson

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: February 14, 2018

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Colors – Beck

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Genre: Alternative

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Release Date: October 13, 2017

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Colors of Christmas – Olivia Newport

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Colors of Christmas

Two Contemporary Stories Celebrate the Hope of Christmas

Olivia Newport

Genre: Religious

Publish Date: October 1, 2017

Publisher: Barbour Publishing, Inc.

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Celebrate the joyful hope of the Christmas season as characters find healing in the midst of heartbreak. New from Olivia Newport!   Christmas in Blue In the wake of a personal loss deeper than anyone realizes, Angela plans to bypass as much of the season as possible and get through her duties as the church organist by going on autopilot. Instead, she finds herself in charge of the town’s celebration. After a mysterious young man arrives, townspeople suspect he is the reason that one set of plans after another disintegrate until little is left of their traditions. Yet Angela warms to Gabe because she suspects they share a secret—his real reason for coming to town. Even when all they have to work with is a garish supply of blue Christmas decorations, Gabe helps Angela discover the hidden beauty of hope.   Christmas in Gold After eighty years, change is nothing new for Astrid. By the time she was twenty, she survived the destructive Nazi regime, caring for her family under brutal circumstances, moving to America, and losing her husband. At forty she was widowed again and left to build a new life with her children. Now, when she faces a move into an assisted living community and meets a young woman on the brink of despair, she resolves to stir up hope through tragedy one more time.

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‘Colors’ Continues Beck’s Postmodern Pastiche


On Beck’s latest, thrift-store sounds, abrasive noise and his father’s ear-stretching orchestrations all vie for attention at once.

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Colors – Beck

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Genre: Alternative

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Primary Colors – Mike Nichols

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Primary Colors

Mike Nichols

Genre: Drama

Price: $ 4.99

Release Date: March 20, 1998

John Travolta leads an all-star cast (including Oscar® winners Emma Thompson, Kathy Bates and Billy Bob Thornton) on a wild race to the presidency in this savagely funny comedy. Jack Stanton (Travolta) is a virtually unknown Southern governor on a quest for the White House with his strong, savvy and equally ambitious wife, Susan (Thompson). Running against the odds, the Stantons need all the help they can get from their extremely colorful political team. Together, they take off on a hilarious, heart-wrenching and ultimately history-making roller coaster ride to the top.

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7 New Dark Nail Colors To Try This Fall

By Sue Williamson, W Magazine.

Explore your dark side this fall with a gothic manicure. Here, W editors reveal their favorite hues to try right now.


“To me, this perfect blue is just as classic as nude or red.” – Sue Williamson, Digital Editor
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“This charcoal color is so sleek for fall.” – Sarah Leon, Senior Digital Editor
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“My incurable obsession with reds is going to the next level, thanks to this deep hue.” – Mia Adorante, Assistant Beauty Editor
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“A chic, understated khaki green is a nice surprise.” – Jane Larkworthy, Beauty Director
Marc Jacobs nail polish in It’s Not Easy Being Green, $ 18,


“I’m always looking for the perfect fall blue. This one is nice and dark but not overpowering. – Gillian Sagansky, Assistant to the Editor in Chief
NARS nail polish in La Notte, $ 20,


“I love a dark purple polish and this Dolce & Gabbana lacquer is super rich.” – Emilia Petrarca, Associate Digital Editor
Dolce & Gabbana nail polish in Amethyst, $ 27,


“Wearing flat black polish can feel a little too goth for me. This glitter inflected concoction is a more playful and complex take on a darker nail outlook.” – Vanessa Lawrence, Features Writer
Rescue Beauty Lounge fashion polish in Blogger 2.0, $ 20,

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Pantone’s Top 10 Colors for Spring 2016 Hint at Calm

Pantone’s Top 10 colors for spring are meant to ease the daily grind. There’s a psychological reason for that, according to Pantone Color Institute executive director Leatrice Eiseman.
“The fact that technology has gotten so overwhelming and so 24/7 has really created a great part of the need for these comforting, softer colors. Technology plays a huge part in people feeling like they want to stop the world and get off,” she said. “At the same time, we can’t deny that global doors are opening — as in Cuba and other south-of-the-border places.”
How else to explain Rose Quartz as this season’s number-one color for women and men? Other soothing shades can be found in the remaining top-five hues — Peach Echo, Serenity, Snorkel Blue and Buttercup. The second half of the top 10 — aqua Limpet Shell, Lilac Gray, warm red Fiesta, Iced Coffee and Green Flash — hint at other kinds of reprieves and allow for some unexpected color combinations. In addition, the healthy art world has sparked interest in some of the unexpected hues. Designers also referenced colors favored by Matisse and Picasso, which have had blockbuster New York shows in the past year or so, and Frank Stella,

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Little Mary was attending a wedding for the first time. As she sat in the church, she watched the bride slowly approach the altar. Mary whispered to
her mother, “Why is the bride dressed in white?”

“Because white is the color of happiness, and today is the happiest day of her life,” her mother tried to explain, keeping it simple.

The child thought about this for a moment, then said….

“So why is the groom wearing black?”

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Dolly Parton Surprises Actress Set To Play Her In Coat Of Many Colors

Dolly Parton surprised the young actress Alyvia Lind with the exciting news that she’d been selected to play her in the upcoming made for TV movie Coat of Many Colors. The special moment was caught on video, with Dolly saying, “What we’re really here to do is to announce that you have been chosen to play little Dolly in the movie.”
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Susan Sarandon Is Proud Of Her Son, Who ‘Colors Outside The Lines’ Of Gender By Wearing A Dress

Actress Susan Sarandon says her son “colors outside the lines” when it comes to gender expression, and she’s perfectly OK with that.

The Oscar-winner, 68, opened up about her 23-year-old son, Miles Robbins, during a June 15 appearance at the TrevorLIVE, The Trevor Project’s annual fundraiser.

“My son Miles is a musician and a DJ,” she told People magazine. “And sometimes when his band performs they all wear dresses, and he has long hair.”

Sarandon went on to note that Miles’ willingness to break stereotypes had her full support. “I think the more crayons you have in your box to color outside the lines, the more exciting it is,” she said.

The “Thelma and Louise” star has been a longtime supporter of The Trevor Project, a lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) youth advocacy organization, and said motherhood has motivated her ongoing support.

“As a mother, I know how difficult it is to survive the teenage years intact and the socialization process — if you step out of line, it’s so difficult,” Sarandon, who is slated to play the lesbian grandmother of a transgender teen in the upcoming film, “Three Generations,” told the publication. “And there are so many kids these days who are questioning, gay or transgender, who have a very tough time and it could be very dangerous for them.”

Earlier this month, Sarandon discussed gender identity in today’s evolving society in a candid interview on “Oprah’s Master Class,” saying she was “so excited” by the “fluidity of gender that’s happening” in today’s evolving society.

“I think once all those ‘boxes’ are gone, it’s going to be so much more interesting and so much less energy spent on those ‘boxes,'” she said. “We can get down to the nitty-gritty of, really, what a person is.”

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5 Surefire Ways To Find Out Which Colors Flatter You Most


If you came of age in the 1970s, you likely figured out your best colors based on the seasonal color wheel, which matched your complexion and hair to a specific set of complimentary colors. But things change as you age, and your coloring has probably shifted. Are you still wearing the right hues? “I have a tremendous number of clients that come to me with this very question,” says David Zyla, award-winning stylist and author of “Color Your Style” and “How to Win at Shopping.” “They tell me, ‘When I was 20, I used to wear lemon yellow, and now it feels like it’s too much’. What happens is that our coloring mellows as we get older.”

#1: Adjust Your Look As You Age
Not sure whether your go-to color palette is doing you justice? Let your face be your guide. “As we become more seasoned (a word that is to me, more preferable than the term ‘getting older’), we do need to change the colors that we wear—especially those worn close to the face,” says Carol Davidson, AICI, CIP, image consultant and founder of Styleworks in New York City. “The reason for this is that our personal coloring (hair, skin and eyes) becomes more delicate (a.k.a soft or muted) and very bright colors may visually overwhelm us.”

But that’s not to say you should skip the saturated shades—color isn’t just stylish, it can also shave years off your appearance. “Because our pigmentation softens and we appear to lose color (for example the graying process with hair), adding a bit of color back into the clothing we wear helps us look more well-rested, vibrant and younger,” says Davidson.

Typically, a simple shade shift is all you need to look your best. “If, as a 20-year-old, you wore cherry red really well, and now it’s 40 years later, chances are you should still wear a version of that color—it’s just going to be softened,” says Zyla. Try a deep pink rather than a red, as if it were a water-color version of the original red, he recommends.

#2: Figure Out Your Best Colors
To find the hues flatter you, start with a clean slate and do a few simple color assessment tests using your own body, says Zyla. Get comfy in a room with plenty of natural light and carefully examine the following:

  • Your veins: To find your most dramatic color, look to the inside of your wrist — are your veins blue, green, or purple? Then look closer and determine the exact shades. You can hold your arm against paint swatches to make it easier. “That color will be a very high-impact color for you — it’s the greatest contrast to your coloring,” says Zyla.
  • Your eyes: To find colors you’ll always look great in, identify the darkest and lightest hues in the colored part (iris) of your eye. And for your best version of black, figure out the exact shade of the rim around your iris.
  • Your fingertip: To find your most “romantic” color, pinch a fingertip using the thumb and forefinger of the other hand. Zyla recommends using this trick to choose a lipstick shade.

For women with a darker complexion or very dark brown eyes, the best way to figure out your flattering colors is to take your color temperature, says Dianne M. Daniels, a coach, consultant, and founder of The DivaStyle Coach. The method:

  1. Take an obviously cool piece of fabric, like a hot pink or blue-red shirt and stand in good lighting with the piece of fabric under your chin.
  2. Close your eyes for a few seconds, then look at yourself in a mirror.

Reading your results:
“If your skin looks clear, your eyes bright and shiny, and the first thing you notice is your eyes, you may be cooler, or more blue-based, in your coloring,” says Daniels. “If you see shadows around your nose or mouth, or your skin looks dull, you may be warmer in your coloring and should repeat the test with a piece of gold, yellow or orange fabric, looking for the smoothing effect.”
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#3: The Best & Worst Colors for Women Over 50
Having trouble identifying your best colors? Stylists agree, certain colors look great on most every woman over 50. “Universally flattering colors for those over 50 are more balanced, mid-range colors,” says Davidson. “Think about periwinkle blue, medium violet, watermelon red, warm pink, teal, medium turquoise, medium gray, and soft white.”
And the #1 color you should stay away from? Basic black — it’s too severe. “As some of my more seasoned clients are reluctant to give up their tried-and-true black, I will often share with them that their “best black” is navy, charcoal gray, rich taupe and/or other kinder, gentler neutrals,” says Davidson.

#4: If You Dye, Do It Right
Hair color is a hue you’ll be wearing every day, so choose wisely. Dying your hair properly is both an art and a science — you want it to complement your skin tone, but you also want to stay away from the color it was when you were young, says Zyla. “The hair color you had when you were seven will look very harsh,” he says. “Look to it and then soften it. Shoot for the softer shades of your true tones.”

#5: Colors That Look Gorgeous with Gray Hair
To find the clothing colors that truly suit your gray best, stylists recommend looking closely in the mirror to pick out your hair’s tones and highlights. For example, a pewter gray will have a slightly greenish cast, dove gray skews slightly warm, light gray and silver are more cool, and so on. Once you know what direction to go in, the world is your color oyster.

But if you want “quick and dirty” advice, go for vibrant, cool colors, says Jessica Jo Fisher, personal style mentor and costume designer. “In general, gray and silver hair has a cooler tone which means that cooler colors can play really well against your hair,” says Fisher. “I personally love to use rich blues, greens, and purples to play up both gray or silver hair and the color of one’s eyes.”

Color Maintenance
To make sure you always walk out of the door feeling comfortable and gorgeous in your skin, do regular style check-ups, says Zyla. “Go through your closet every year to two years to see if your clothes are still doing something for you,” he says. “If something clashes with your hair or is too intense, get rid of it. Check for fit and color. Always listen to yourself — you are your own style icon.”

One last color hint: Once you find your perfect shades, don’t go overboard. “If you’re just wearing shades of one color head to toe, it’s a lot,” says Zyla. “You can keep the color very dynamic by pairing it with one of your neutrals.”

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Kim Kardashian — Changing Colors or Wigging Out?

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7 Matte Lip Colors Worth Obsessing Over This Season

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In the December issue of Vogue, we celebrate the power of a swipe of modern matte lipstick—a quick and uncomplicated party-prepping strategy that communicates subtle glamour rather than all-out flash. With that in mind, here is our expanded guide to the season’s best velvety lip colors, which offer a cool (and noncommittal) way to break out of your comfort zone. From Tom Ford’s virginal nude to makeup artist Troy Surratt’s crisp mandarin orange, these seven shades are made for ringing in the new year.

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