Anna Sui, Glamglow’s Shannon Dellimore Honored by Women’s Entrepreneurship Day Organization

Anna Sui and Glamglow cofounder Shannon Dellimore are among the honorees at this year’s annual Women’s Entrepreneurship Day.
Held at the United Nations today, the annual gathering of the Women’s Entrepreneurship Day Organization is meant to empower female entrepreneurs globally to drive economic expansion and advance their communities.
“As a woman who founded her own business, I know firsthand the challenges women and women in business face,” Dellimore said. “I also know we can be powerful forces for change because women get things done. The work of Women’s Entrepreneurship Day is to empower, celebrate and support women in business around the world to help alleviate poverty.”

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The annual gathering unites business leaders, government officials and women’s empowerment advocates to collaborate on solutions to give young women opportunities to launch their own businesses through new policies or education. The organization has chapters in 144 countries and 110 universities globally.
“My motto has always been: live your dream,” Sui said on advice she gives young female entrepreneurs. “Competition and circumstances can be tough, but you need to be true to yourself and figure out your own niche. Do what you are best at and what you’re interested in and learn your craft.”
In addition to Sui

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Dsquared2 Revamps the Brand’s First Fragrance and Introduces a Women’s Version  

TIM-BER!: “We’re not killing trees anymore,” said Dean Caten of Dsquared2 at the exclusive launch of the brand’s revamped Wood fragrance, which no longer has wooden packaging.
The men’s and women’s fragrances — brown for the boys and pink for the girls — now takes the shape of a hefty beer bottle.
The 30-ml. bottle sells for 44 pounds and the 100-ml. bottle sells for 75 pounds. The fragrance launches at Harvey Nichols on Monday and the Caten brothers expressed the importance of launching exclusively with the department store.
“It’s important to give an exclusive to somebody because it makes it more important as opposed to coming out everywhere. It’s more intimate this way,” said Dean.
In May, Dsquared2 inked a licensing agreement with Euroitalia for the production and distribution of the brand’s fragrances, and Wood is the first perfume to be relaunched under this new partnership.
The men’s fragrance has been reworked while the women’s is a completely new scent created by perfumer Marie Salamagne. Both incorporate similar base notes such as white wood and ambrox.
“We’ve scrapped all of our other perfumes and since Wood was our first fragrance and our bestseller, we’re relaunching with this,” said Dan.
While the fragrance has been divided into men’s and

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John Elliott Men’s and Women’s Spring 2019

John Elliott brought a healthy dose of California to New York City for his spring show, taking over a skate park on the Hudson River to drive home the inspiration for the season: Los Angeles. With the 90-plus-degree heat and blazing sun, it was L.A. at its most extreme.
The designer did his best to make attendees comfortable on their colorful milk-crate seats by providing cold water or juice and portable fans. But most faces were shiny with sweat by the time his celebrity guests arrived: LeBron James and Justin Bieber, the latter arriving hand-in-hand with fiancée Hailey Baldwin and grooving to the soundtrack.
Elliott considered his hometown “the most authoritative story” he could tell this season. “Not the stereotypical, glitzy, Hollywood L.A.,” he noted, “but the real neighborhoods — that’s my truth.”
It shone through in its casual vibe and the seamless blend of streetwear and athletic references. Elliott also showed a new maturity by offering up a blend of technical materials and varying silhouettes that took inspiration from different eras to create a never-ending youthful vibe.
His L.A. inspiration was obvious in the slightly oversize shorts and jackets that he emblazoned with a colorful bougainvillea print — a bit out of character

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Women’s March Draws Tens of Thousands

The knitted, pink “pussy” hats are back — at least for the weekend.
More than 120,000 protesters, clusters of which wore the ugly but eye-catching pink hats, gathered in New York and tens of thousands in dozens of other cities across the U.S. for the second Women’s March.
As in 2016’s march, which drew an estimated 2.4 million people in various major cities, anti-Trump sentiment was rife among those taking part in the New York, but with the recent spate of sexual harassment and assault claims against men in film, television and media, what’s now being called the #metoo movement was well represented, along with a range of other social issues, like Black Lives Matter, transgender rights and support for teachers unions.

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After police opened up a barricade on 62nd Street and Broadway in order to relieve a massive bottle neck of people trying to get to Central Park, a young woman came upon the main throng of slow-moving protesters with an excited, “This is lit!”
In a city where shoulder checking is a typical part of the daily commute, marchers were nothing if not polite. There was bonding over pins and signs; gentle “excuse me’s” and apologies

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Bruce Oldfield, British Couturier, Unveils Custom-Made Women’s Wear Capsule Collection

A COUTURIER’S CAPSULE: British couturier Bruce Oldfield is launching a capsule collection of custom-made women’s wear and accessories that is “more commercial” but aimed to please his high net worth clients.
Oldfield, who has designed for the likes for Princess Diana, said due to the rising prices over the last few years — and the decreased value of the pound — he has lost some clientele not because they can’t afford to, but opted to book a holiday instead. “It’s redressing the balance slightly,” said Oldfield. “It’s very easy to do custom-made. I don’t have to make a collection or build stock — which suits me. I’m a small self-owned brand. It’s really just offering something to that customer that I know is there — at a more affordable price.”
The custom-made collection is a capsule that consists of gowns, day dresses, skirts, blouses, jackets alongside accessories including bags, stoles and scarves. While Oldfield omitted placing embellishments on apparel, he developed a new embroidery on accessories, which he employed on a stole as seen in a silk velvet stole appliquéd onto Chantilly lace.
“When I first started, my first job was in New York at Henri Bendel,” said Oldfield. “I love that American sensibility.

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Miu Miu’s Latest Women’s Tales Film to Debut in Venice

MILAN — Miu Miu will present its 14th short film as part of the Women’s Tales series in Venice on August 31 during the city’s international Film Festival. “The End of History Illusion” is directed by dancer, choreographer and filmmaker Celia Rowlson-Hall, best known for her choreography in the hit TV show “Girls” and her work on music videos by Alicia Keys and MGMT.
“I wanted to explore commercialism in the face of fear, creating a spectacle to distract and entertain, an escape from our present-day reality,” said Rowlson-Hall. She set the story during the Cold War era in a Las Vegas nuclear bunker, shaped as a picturesque family home, including a mini-golf course, a dance floor, a swimming pool and two Jacuzzis, designed to survive a nuclear war for an entire year. “When I saw the new Miu Miu collection, there was something about the textiles and colors that made me want to create characters which could come with this space,” she explained. Her vision of Miu Miu is reflected in the spirit of the film — “elastic, grounded, sensitive and risk-taking,” she said.
 

An image from the Celia Rowlson-Hall short film part of Miu Miu Women’s Tales series. 
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Barneys Hosts U.S. Government Officials for Discussion on Women’s History

POWER ON: Barneys New York welcomed three government officials at its Madison Avenue flagship Monday, who participated in a panel discussion in celebration of the International Day of the Girl. The retailer, in collaboration with women’s empowerment council Girls’ Lounge, has rolled out a national campaign called #GirlPossible in support of the honorary holiday — forging a social media campaign, window displays at 15 stores and specially-created online content.
At Monday’s discussion Rosa “Rosie” Rios, the U.S. Treasurer; Megan Smith, the U.S. Chief Technology Officer, and Payton Iheme, a senior White House policy adviser for the Office of Science and Technology, were joined by Girls’ Lounge founder Shelley Zalis and filmmaker Dyllan McGee to discuss how women often lose their place in history storytelling, and what can be done to reverse such oversights.
Rios, who has spearheaded the government’s current crowdsourcing campaign to find a woman to front the new $ 10 note, said the only women to be previously featured in U.S. currency notes were Pocahontas and Martha Washington, who were both depicted in group imagery alongside men. Rios, as a result, has repeatedly lobbied for the figures featured on U.S. currency to be more reflective of the country’s overall population. “It’s not a

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POWER ON: Barneys New York welcomed three government officials at its Madison Avenue flagship Monday, who participated in a panel discussion in celebration of the International Day of the Girl. The retailer, in collaboration with women’s empowerment council Girls’ Lounge, has rolled out a national campaign called #GirlPossible in support of the honorary holiday — forging a social media campaign, window displays at 15 stores and specially-created online content.
At Monday’s discussion Rosa “Rosie” Rios, the U.S. Treasurer; Megan Smith, the U.S. Chief Technology Officer, and Payton Iheme, a senior White House policy adviser for the Office of Science and Technology, were joined by Girls’ Lounge founder Shelley Zalis and filmmaker Dyllan McGee to discuss how women often lose their place in history storytelling, and what can be done to reverse such oversights.
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Matthew Miller Spotlights Women’s Wear

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY: London men’s wear designer Matthew Miller, who’s known for his considered, conceptually inspired collections, is now giving his women’s designs a sales push.
The designer shows a few women’s looks as part of the men’s collections he presents during London Collections: Men, but for spring, Miller has for the first time produced separate campaign images for his women’s collection, which he will sell at the British Fashion Council’s London showrooms in Paris at the Le Loft venue. The showrooms will run from Sept. 30 through Oct. 7.
Miller said the move came as stores were “chasing us for sales appointments,” for the women’s collection, and the designer noted that women are already buying into the collection.
The men’s and women’s designs have the same starting point, Miller said, with a focus on “innovative fabrication, masculine cuts and…form and texture.” His collections, he said, are always inspired by the idea of “the fundamental beauty that is found in chaos and destruction.”
For spring, the women’s designs include dresses, blazers and shirts in double-bonded cotton and alloy blend that resembles crinkled paper; oversize leather biker jackets, and slim-cut pants.
The designer tapped photographer Joe Harper to shoot the campaign, which spotlights studio-shot images of model

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NFL to Debut Super Bowl 50 Women’s Apparel at Style Showdown

NFL’S GOLD RUSH: It’s pretty early in the season to be calling Super Bowl favorites, but the calendar date isn’t deterring the NFL from launching its Super Bowl 50 collection of women’s apparel. The NFL Style Showdown at Artbeam will feature be cohost er by Erin Andrews, and Erin Heatherton, who appears in this fall’s multimedia campaign for women’s NFL attire, will help with the judging. Jamie Chung will also be pitching in with Jake Hoffman, Dascha Polanco, Lisa Ramos and Phillip Bloch.
In honor of Super Bowl 50, which will be held at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif., on Feb. 7, the collection will be stamped with a golden “50” logo to reflect the San Francisco Bay area’s historic Gold Rush and its Golden State heritage. The collection is being made by 47 Brand, Majestic, Nike and G-III, among others.
In the wake of Tom Brady’s “deflategate” acquittal and domestic violence issues tied to Ray Rice and Adrian Peterson, the NFL has had a rocky year. Rhiannon Madden, the NFL’s vice president for consumer products, declined to comment about how the domestic violence issues may play into the introduction of a women-friendly Super Bowl collection. But a company spokeswoman offered

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Hot Off the Runway: Women’s Fashion Trends for Fall

If you want to be on the cutting edge of fashion for fall, don’t look to shop windows, look to the future! As I often tell my clients, if you see it in stores, it’s already out, which is why I keep an eye on global trend forecasts. This week at MAGIC, the semiannual fashion trade show in Las Vegas, I soaked up the latest in men’s and women’s lifestyle and apparel trends, color trends, and much, much more.

In a seminar led by Melissa Moylan, Creative Director of Womenswear at FashionSnoops (a trend forecasting agency), I got the scoop on global trends for gals next year (fall/winter ’16-17). So if you’re a buyer, a designer, or a forward-thinking fashionista, read on! FashionSnoops identified four major up-and-coming trend stories for fall: Method + Madness, Weekender, Raven, and Varsity Daze. And while each of these distinct trends is uniquely inspired, they do share some common elements–colors, fabrics, silhouettes, and details–you can look out for regardless of your affinity for any particular trend.

COLOR

Hues predicted to be popular for winter come from an earthy and warm, yet bold, color palette. Neutrals such as Ivory, Biscuit, Flax, Camel, Toffee, and Dust Grey form a supple base for the richer, more vibrant colors in the Fall ’16 color story.

Vintage hues and jewel tones also play an important role across global trend forecasts with colors like Forest, Navy, Plum, Crimson, Scarlet Fever (a bright, orange-based red) and Roast (a chocolatey espresso brown) laying a foundation of deep undertones.

Mid-tones and accent colors include Olive, Pea, Marigold, Tangerine, Cyan, Teal, and Indigo, along with my personal favorites (for their freshness): Baby Blue, Rose Taupe, Bronze, and Lavender Grey.

SILHOUETTE

The key silhouettes to look out for in ladies’ fall fashion are A-line skirts and dresses (in both mid-lengths and floor dusters), culottes, and wide-leg pants. Also predicted to turn heads are turtlenecks and mock turtlenecks, as well as oversized sweaters, blanket coats, and floor-length overcoats.

FABRIC

According to the forecast, textiles such as boiled and compressed wools, twills, tweeds, and chunky knits will keep you both stylish and warm when the weather start to cool. On the softer side, sheer satin, chiffon, cozy cashmere, and plush, teddy-bear-like fabrics (think: wearable Ted) will be white-hot for winter.

DETAILS & ACCESSORIES

Already dangling in your favorite boutiques, suede fringe will continue to play a prominent role in apparel and accessories. (Ladies, it’s time to let your inner cowgirl lose!) Lace and laser cut-outs are two details also forecasted to remain strong. Keep an eye out for vintage-y patches and appliqués; think old-school letterman jackets and sweaters, along with team pennants and athletic patches. In a nod to handicraft, big buttons, quilting, and patchwork will also be popular, while updated ditsies, graphics, and photography will spice up patterns and prints. As for footwear, the wedge bootie is predicted to give your seasonal style a kick!

So if you want your winter wardrobe to weather more than just one season–while still being on the forefront of fashion–start stocking your closet now with vintage-inspired colors and details; cozy, oversized knits; and cowgirl-meets-Little-House-on-the-Prairie fabrics and accessories.

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And for those seeking even more precise color direction, check out these hues (specific to the F/W 16/17 season) from Pantone.

Light Neutrals:
Pantone 11-0107
Pantone 13-0907
Pantone 15-1309
Pantone 16-1432
Pantone 17-1340
Pantone 14-4103

Dark Jewel Tones:
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Pantone 19-4019
Pantone 19-3920
Pantone 19-3520
Pantone 19-1863
Pantone 19-1664
Pantone 19-1317

Mid-Tone Accents:
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Pantone 15-0743
Pantone 17-1048
Pantone 15-1054
Pantone 19-4535
Pantone 19-4241
Pantone 19-3920

My Personal Favorites:
Pantone 14-4318
Pantone 18-3916
Pantone 16-1412
Pantone 16-1509
Pantone 16-1325
Pantone 13-3804

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Fashion East Names Spring 2016 Women’s Wear Lineup

LONDON — Fashion East, the London non-profit organization that showcases emerging designers’ collections, has detailed its women’s wear lineup for spring 2016.
The three labels that will host presentations on Sept. 19 in London are Caitlin Price, Richard Malone and This is The Uniform.
Price is showing for the second time as part of Fashion East, after making her debut with the collective in February. Then, the Central Saint Martins MA graduate showed a collection that melded 19th-century period details with sportswear, as in duchesse satin tracksuits appliqued with rosettes.
Richard Malone and This is The Uniform are both showing as part of Fashion East for the first time. Malone is graduate of Central Saint Martins’ BA fashion program, where he won the LVMH Grand Prix scholarship in 2013, while This is the Uniform is designed by Jenna Young, who graduated in fine art textiles from Goldsmiths University in London.
Lulu Kennedy, Fashion East’s director, commented that “all three designers are strong-minded individuals and their girl/woman knows what she’s about,” she said.
The spring 2016 season marks Fashion East’s 15-year anniversary of showing at London Fashion Week, and 12 years of Topshop supporting the showcase.

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Michael Bastian’s First Women’s Collection

Last month Michael Bastian explained to WWD his decision to launch a women’s collection as “a nice logical extension” of his men’s collection, before invoking the proverbial void-in-the-market reasoning: “I think there’s a need for this kind of thing,” he said at the time, referring to what he would present Wednesday during New York Fashion Week: Men’s. Preppy cashmere sweaters — one emblazoned with a cupcake on the chest — a mannish white tuxedo shirt, camouflage shorts in a banana leaf print, and a pair of boot-cut jeans were among the women’s looks shown on his spring runway alongside his full men’s collection.
Filed under the show’s title “Bel Air Featuring the Sharp American,” the women’s lineup represented the slightly more feminized version of a tony, flamboyant American man. There was nothing offensive about it, but nothing especially compelling either. The question was where exactly in the extremely saturated women’s market, Bastian sees the “need” for these clothes.

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Hilfiger Selects Site for Women’s Runway Show

Tommy Hilfiger may be getting ready for his men’s wear show at The Glasshouses on Wednesday, but he’s already thinking women’s.
Hilfiger, which is owned by PVH Corp., will present the designer’s women’s collection at Pier 36 during New York Fashion Week on Sept. 14 at 11 a.m.
The designer has shown at the Park Avenue Armory  and Pier 94 in recent seasons.
“We love locations that allow us to develop a set that truly brings the collection to life and creates an immersive guest experience,” said Hilfiger. “From music festival fairgrounds to an American football stadium – we always look to create an emotional setting for our guests that captures the mood of the collection and embodies the spirit of the Tommy Hilfiger brand.”
Further details on the show and the digital programs surrounding it will be revealed at a later date.
Alexander Wang and Marc by Marc Jacobs have previously shown at Pier 36, which is at 299 South Street.
 
 

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Exclusive! Axel Arigato’s First Collection of Women’s Sneakers

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Though you might not have heard the name Axel Arigato, chances are your boyfriend has. The stealth sneaker label is among a new wave of footwear labels, such as Common Projects and Eytys, who are championing the look of polished athleticism, and now Axel Arigato just launched its first women’s collection. “Simplistic style with luxe detailing,” is how Swedish designer and cofounder Max Svärdh describes the aesthetic. The Axel Arigato slip-ons and high-tops certainly have the look, feel, and style of a fashion sneaker, but thankfully without the couture price tag; in fact, their most coveted kicks often sell out online in a matter of weeks.

The new women’s shoes come by popular demand too, after multiple pleas from female sneaker heads on social media. The resulting collection sees the brand’s signature style made over in bold and delicate colorways alike, from a dusty pink slip-on to an oxblood ostrich embossed lace-up. They’re sneakers that fit into the kind of an urban wardrobe that runs the gamut of minimalist Céline dresses and graphic tees from Supreme. “If you’re a strong, fearless, and selfless woman,” says Svärdh with a smile, “we have the shoes for you.”

 

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Last week I shared my six pet peeves about middle-aged men’s online dating profiles, and I promised everyone that this week I’d focus on middle-aged women’s online dating profiles. Since I’m far more familiar with men’s profiles, I recruited some of my single male friends (and the Twittersphere) to help me with this post. The following list is my best attempt at summarizing the results of my informal survey, with a few of my own observations based on a bit of research I conducted myself. Disclaimer: if you’re a woman between the ages of 45 and 60, living in the Chicagoland area, and I popped up on your “Viewed Me” list, I’m sorry, really. Anyway, here goes:

  1. Waaaay too Many Pet Photos. This was a huge complaint among the men I interviewed. They are looking at your profile to learn more about you, not your pets. So delete the pet photos, particularly the ones without you in them. Oh and while we’re on the topic of pet photos, I have a personal request of all you single, middle-aged women out there on dating websites: please, please, please delete any and all photos of your cats. This is so important. I can’t emphasize it enough. Single, middle-aged women already have to deal with far too many negative stereotypes, and the cat photos (you cuddling with your cats, you kissing your cats, multiple cats on your bed) only serve to reinforce them. I once wrote a blog post about how dating sometimes made me feel undesirable, and I got hundreds of comments from single middle-aged men throughout all of North America informing me that I must live in a dark apartment with 100 or so cats, so really, please delete them.
  2. No. More. Instagram. Photos. I love Instagram photos because many of the filters make my eyes look strikingly blue (or green, or lavender), and some even shave about 10 years off my face. But do I post these photos on my online dating profile? No I do not. Why? Because my eyes aren’t really that blue (or green or lavender), and I’m about 10 years older than my Instagram photos would have you believe. This was the number one complaint among the men I interviewed – artistically filtered (i.e., deceptive) photos. Truth in advertising ladies, truth in advertising.
  3. Looking for Your Knight in Shining Armor. I’m not sure if men have an issue with this one, but I find it a tad bit, well, exploitative when women don’t list an occupation or income level, and yet have a lower income limit for men of $ 150,000 per year. C’mon now, it’s 2015. Let’s put our interests and actions where our collective feminist mouths are. Gender equity means we are financially responsible for ourselves. Period.
  4. Athletic and Toned Means, well, Athletic and Toned. I hate the body descriptors as much as you do (well, except for you size 0 women out there, you probably love them), but I do think it’s important that we at least strive for honesty. The word on the street is that far too many women out there in the online dating world are using the “athletic and toned” descriptor in reference to their “about average” bodies (this complaint applies to men as well, of course). The thing is, there really isn’t anything wrong with having an about average (or curvy) body so let’s take the pressure off ourselves and heed the advice of Amy Schuler, and recognize once and for all that a little meat on our bones isn’t going to kill us, and it isn’t going to drive away the good guys either (right, good guys?).
  5. Tone Down the Boudoir Shots. You say you want a quality man who respects you as a human being and is interested in having a serious relationship with you, and then you post photos of yourself next to your bed (or on your bed, or in your bed, or in someone else’s bed). And if you aren’t posting photos of yourself next to your bed, (or on your bed, or in your bed), you’re posting photos with far too much cleavage. Now, that’s absolutely fine — I have no problem at all with this, and I’m sure many men don’t have a problem either — but what some men do have a problem with is when women post said super-sexy glamour shots and then complain to their friends, or make statements on their profiles about how all men are dogs and only want them for sex. And while we’re on the subject of complaint-filled profiles…
  6. Stop Using Your Profile to Complain about Men. Several men noted how many women’s online dating profiles are comprised primarily of complaints about men – either their profiles, or their behavior in general. I agree with the men on this one. There is no point in using your profile narrative as a soapbox for your negative perception of all single, middle-aged men (for heaven’s sakes use a blog for that). So while I’m certain there are men (and women) out there who are logged on and behaving badly, I believe that women must take responsibility for their own choices. We can maintain our positive expectations while at the same time heeding our inner voice that warns us when something isn’t quite right. Far too often some women are guided not by common sense, but by wishful thinking and a desire to be nice and not appear rude, so we ignore the big, red flashing warning lights raging in our heads and proceed without caution. I once met a woman who expressed great sadness that she just couldn’t trust the men she met online. She then proceeded to tell me a story about one of these men who spent days (yes, days) wooing her via email. He told her stories of his limitless wealth and his connections to powerful people all over the world. She slept with him on the second date (after he promised to whisk her off to a private island that next weekend). But that’s not all. She also gave him all of her identifying information when he told her that she needed to be vetted by “his people.” And guess what? Yep! Her identity was stolen. Complaining about how she could just no longer trust men she met online was a bit like complaining about how she could just no longer trust Nigerian princes.

One more thing. I would like to ask all of my middle-aged online dating male and female compatriots a favor. Please, let’s rid our profiles of these overused phrases once and for all: glass-half-full, sensual, drama-free, and easygoing. And these, let’s omit these too: “I look 10 years younger than I am,” “I hate talking about myself, but…” and any and all derivatives of “my friends/mom/ex/kids tell me that …I’m a glass-half-full optimist, who is easy going and looks 10 years younger than I am.” I think that if we can all agree to clean up our profiles then maybe, just maybe, we can find some common ground and get back to the business of falling in love (or at least having fun trying).

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Men’s 6 Pet Peeves About Middle-Aged Women’s Online Dating Profiles

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Last week I shared my six pet peeves about middle-aged men’s online dating profiles, and I promised everyone that this week I’d focus on middle-aged women’s online dating profiles. Since I’m far more familiar with men’s profiles, I recruited some of my single male friends (and the Twittersphere) to help me with this post. The following list is my best attempt at summarizing the results of my informal survey, with a few of my own observations based on a bit of research I conducted myself. Disclaimer: if you’re a woman between the ages of 45 and 60, living in the Chicagoland area, and I popped up on your “Viewed Me” list, I’m sorry, really. Anyway, here goes:

  1. Waaaay too Many Pet Photos. This was a huge complaint among the men I interviewed. They are looking at your profile to learn more about you, not your pets. So delete the pet photos, particularly the ones without you in them. Oh and while we’re on the topic of pet photos, I have a personal request of all you single, middle-aged women out there on dating websites: please, please, please delete any and all photos of your cats. This is so important. I can’t emphasize it enough. Single, middle-aged women already have to deal with far too many negative stereotypes, and the cat photos (you cuddling with your cats, you kissing your cats, multiple cats on your bed) only serve to reinforce them. I once wrote a blog post about how dating sometimes made me feel undesirable, and I got hundreds of comments from single middle-aged men throughout all of North America informing me that I must live in a dark apartment with 100 or so cats, so really, please delete them.
  2. No. More. Instagram. Photos. I love Instagram photos because many of the filters make my eyes look strikingly blue (or green, or lavender), and some even shave about 10 years off my face. But do I post these photos on my online dating profile? No I do not. Why? Because my eyes aren’t really that blue (or green or lavender), and I’m about 10 years older than my Instagram photos would have you believe. This was the number one complaint among the men I interviewed – artistically filtered (i.e., deceptive) photos. Truth in advertising ladies, truth in advertising.
  3. Looking for Your Knight in Shining Armor. I’m not sure if men have an issue with this one, but I find it a tad bit, well, exploitative when women don’t list an occupation or income level, and yet have a lower income limit for men of $ 150,000 per year. C’mon now, it’s 2015. Let’s put our interests and actions where our collective feminist mouths are. Gender equity means we are financially responsible for ourselves. Period.
  4. Athletic and Toned Means, well, Athletic and Toned. I hate the body descriptors as much as you do (well, except for you size 0 women out there, you probably love them), but I do think it’s important that we at least strive for honesty. The word on the street is that far too many women out there in the online dating world are using the “athletic and toned” descriptor in reference to their “about average” bodies (this complaint applies to men as well, of course). The thing is, there really isn’t anything wrong with having an about average (or curvy) body so let’s take the pressure off ourselves and heed the advice of Amy Schuler, and recognize once and for all that a little meat on our bones isn’t going to kill us, and it isn’t going to drive away the good guys either (right, good guys?).
  5. Tone Down the Boudoir Shots. You say you want a quality man who respects you as a human being and is interested in having a serious relationship with you, and then you post photos of yourself next to your bed (or on your bed, or in your bed, or in someone else’s bed). And if you aren’t posting photos of yourself next to your bed, (or on your bed, or in your bed), you’re posting photos with far too much cleavage. Now, that’s absolutely fine — I have no problem at all with this, and I’m sure many men don’t have a problem either — but what some men do have a problem with is when women post said super-sexy glamour shots and then complain to their friends, or make statements on their profiles about how all men are dogs and only want them for sex. And while we’re on the subject of complaint-filled profiles…
  6. Stop Using Your Profile to Complain about Men. Several men noted how many women’s online dating profiles are comprised primarily of complaints about men – either their profiles, or their behavior in general. I agree with the men on this one. There is no point in using your profile narrative as a soapbox for your negative perception of all single, middle-aged men (for heaven’s sakes use a blog for that). So while I’m certain there are men (and women) out there who are logged on and behaving badly, I believe that women must take responsibility for their own choices. We can maintain our positive expectations while at the same time heeding our inner voice that warns us when something isn’t quite right. Far too often some women are guided not by common sense, but by wishful thinking and a desire to be nice and not appear rude, so we ignore the big, red flashing warning lights raging in our heads and proceed without caution. I once met a woman who expressed great sadness that she just couldn’t trust the men she met online. She then proceeded to tell me a story about one of these men who spent days (yes, days) wooing her via email. He told her stories of his limitless wealth and his connections to powerful people all over the world. She slept with him on the second date (after he promised to whisk her off to a private island that next weekend). But that’s not all. She also gave him all of her identifying information when he told her that she needed to be vetted by “his people.” And guess what? Yep! Her identity was stolen. Complaining about how she could just no longer trust men she met online was a bit like complaining about how she could just no longer trust Nigerian princes.

One more thing. I would like to ask all of my middle-aged online dating male and female compatriots a favor. Please, let’s rid our profiles of these overused phrases once and for all: glass-half-full, sensual, drama-free, and easygoing. And these, let’s omit these too: “I look 10 years younger than I am,” “I hate talking about myself, but…” and any and all derivatives of “my friends/mom/ex/kids tell me that …I’m a glass-half-full optimist, who is easy going and looks 10 years younger than I am.” I think that if we can all agree to clean up our profiles then maybe, just maybe, we can find some common ground and get back to the business of falling in love (or at least having fun trying).

Earlier on Huff/Post50:

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15 Images That Show Women’s Body Hair Is Bold And Beautiful

From Frida Kahlo’s brows to Miley Cyrus’ armpits — women past and present have proven that body hair can be bold and beautiful.

Bustle writer Erin McKelle Fischer is highlighting more of these bold and beautiful body hair-positive women by declaring June 8 to be #BodyHairDay. To celebrate with Fischer, we’ve rounded up images of body hair-positive women flaunting their fabulous fur.

In an article introducing the first annual body hair holiday, Fischer explained her reasons for creating the celebratory day. “As a woman, I’ve been told since I was a teenager that having body hair is gross and that I should remove it no matter what,” she wrote on Bustle. “But I wasn’t uncomfortable with my body hair — other people were. I want people to realize that women and others who have been minoritized for having body hair (or not removing it) are not gross or unhygienic. And that more importantly, we exist.”

Historically, women’s body hair has been repeatedly stigmatized and censored. While women are so often told body hair is not feminine, there are tons of ladies who do in fact flaunt their natural body hair.

In light of Fischer’s genius #BodyHairDay, we’ve rounded up images women have posted on Twitter and Instagram of their gorgeous, natural body hair. These proud body hair-positive women remind us that there is absolutely nothing wrong with the hair Mother Nature gave us.

Here are 15 images of women and their gorgeous body hair:

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Grouplove’s Hannah Hooper, Volcom Team for Women’s Collab

VOLCOM X GROUPLOVE: Hannah Hooper, of the indie rock band Grouplove, drew from her fine arts background when Volcom reached out for an upcoming women’s collaboration.
The Kering-owned brand is set to release a six-piece collection it designed with Hooper, called Lady Grouplove on June 15. The collection retails between $ 37 and $ 89.50.
The singer said she gravitates toward simple shapes and incorporated triangles and squares for one print used in the line, which she described as a “Keith Haring-esque pattern.” The print is featured on a pair of harem-style pants and cropped jacket. There’s also an Egyptian eyeball design Hooper drew that’s used on a pair of leggings and halter bralette.
The collaboration is the first time Hooper’s worked with an apparel brand, although designing clothing is not completely new. She’s designed all of the Grouplove band merchandise and has also hand-painted many of the pieces she and her fiancé Christian Zucconi — the band’s lead singer and guitarist — have worn onstage.
“I hope it’s the first of many,” she told WWD of the collaboration. “I think a lot of people want to see how it does. It’s a step in a new direction for Volcom.”
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26 Stunning Photos Of Women’s Tattoos — And The Stories Behind Them

Tattoo artist Kat Von D once said, “I am a canvas of my experiences, my story is etched in lines and shading, and you can read it on my arms, my legs, my shoulders, and my stomach.”

Tattoos are stories — marked in ink and blood — quietly traveling around us all day on shoulder blades and wrists and across entire backs. These stories can be powerful, uplifting and even heart-wrenching. They can symbolize a life-changing event, they can be in memory of someone special, or they might exist simply because they’re beautiful.

We spoke with 26 women who shared photographs of their tattoos and the varied reasons they got them. Some tattoos came out of heartbreak, others from moments of celebration.

Here are 26 gorgeous images of women’s tattoos and the stories behind each of them:

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‘Who Will You Be?’ Campaign Celebrates The Raw Strength Of Women’s Bodies

“Who will you be at this unholy hour? When no one is watching and the smallest decisions mean the most. Who will you be then?”

So begins a new series of ads from Dick’s Sporting Goods as part of their campaign “Who Will You Be?” The 60-second spot features ordinary women pushing through the hardest parts of working out, whether it’s that last rep or the early morning wake-up.

Launched in March 2015, the larger “Who Will You Be?” campaign explores the decisions athletes make on a daily basis when it comes to being successful both on and off the field. This type of everyday decision-making is familiar to anyone trying to stay active, particularly women.

Eight 15-second vignettes of individual women are included in longer spot above, all highlighting the challenges and rewards of balancing life and fitness.

Who will you be when there’s nothing left?

Who will you be when fatigue hits on mile 19?

Who will you be at this unholy hour?

Who will you be when naptime is your only time?

“This campaign recognizes the fact that women juggle a lot every day, so making the choice to work out is a challenging choice for people,” a rep for Dick’s Sporting Goods told The Huffington Post. “This campaign celebrates those decisions, and celebrates people for making them.”

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Stunning ‘Woman: Redefined’ Portraits Show How Breast Cancer Reshaped These Womens’ Bodies

“The photo shoot was the first time someone looked at me like a person and as not a specimen on the exam room table.”

That’s what one woman photographed for the upcoming book Woman: Redefined told the project’s creators, Kristina Hunter and ML Kenneth. The pair have created a book of portraits featuring women who have undergone breast cancer surgery, which they intend to distribute free of charge to Breast Health centers in the U.S. and Canada.

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Hunter, a college professor, decided to create the book after her own breast cancer diagnosis in the autumn of 2013.

“When the shock wore off, and we began to investigate our options, my husband and I were disheartened to see only very clinical images of women before and after their surgeries,” Hunter told The Huffington Post. “Moreover, these photos were kept in a binder, in a drawer, in an office. Why the secrecy? Are we not talking about 1 in 9 women? Should we not embrace our new bodies? Doesn’t the unfamiliar become the norm by seeing it?”

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Hunter teamed up with artist and photographer ML Kenneth to take portraits of women who have undergone a wide scope of breast surgeries. The women included are a diverse group, pulling from all ages and ethnicities.

“The process of working on the Woman: Redefined project has been humbling, profound, and transformative,” Kenneth told The Huffington Post. “Having these brave women share their bodies, stories and hearts with me has changed forever how I feel about art, beauty and life. Each body, imperfectly beautiful, each woman, completely inspiring. Cancer has taught them to not take life for granted. In turn, they have taught me how to LIVE.”

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Hunter and Kenneth hope that their book will help women facing breast cancer by reassuring them that they are not alone — and that their bodies will still be works of art after whatever procedures their treatment may require.

Hunter told HuffPost: “We would like to influence the internal dialogue of women and their spouses when going through breast cancer, ‘What will I look like? Will I still feel like a woman? Will I be sexy? Will I be me?’ And if we can influence a broader social dialogue about women’s bodies and help to improve women’s self-esteem by showing real bodies in a beautiful light, then we have done something worthwhile.”

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The book will feature women’s words as well as their photographs. The anecdotes will explore how the subjects feel about their bodies and what their experience with cancer has been like.

“As an artist, I refer to myself as a visual storyteller,” Kenneth said. “How profound, that I get to help these women tell their stories.”

Ultimately, Hunter and Kenneth intend for the book to be a source of hope to anyone affected by breast cancer.

“I want women going through breast cancer to see a future for themselves,” Hunter told HuffPost. “To see that they are and will continue to be more than the disease. That they are whole, and beautiful and perfect.”

Learn more about Woman: Redefined here.

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Bar Owner Ronnie Lottz Defends 2-Way Mirror In Women’s Bathroom, Won’t Take It Down (EXCLUSIVE AUDIO)

The owner of an Illinois bar is defending his decision to have a two-way mirror in a women’s bathroom, saying the woman who took video of the mirror ruined his “fun house gag.”

In a story first reported by Jezebel, female comic Tamale Rocks posted a video showing a two-way mirror in the women’s bathroom at Berwyn bar and comedy club Cigars and Stripes. The owner, Ronnie Lottz, told the Huffington Post the mirror is staying.

In a recorded phone conversation, Lottz said the mirror was part of his “live art,” and that the comic who posted the original video simply wanted attention.

Rocks could not be reached for comment.

“I have to tell you this: The woman who recorded that obviously has had a little difficulty with her career, and everybody is looking for that niche right now. They just gotta find that viral video,” Lottz said.

Listen to the full audio conversation here:

Lottz says people go to his bar for a one-of-a-kind, funhouse experience. “I make a living on making people either very happy or take them out of their reality for a couple of hours of their life. My bar is promoted as haunted. I was in the professional wrestling business. I have a 10 foot mummy that was stolen.”

The bar owner spoke to HuffPost from a beer garden at his establishment, where he said visitors could see Bigfoot’s grave.

Rocks’ video shows the mirror directly opposite of a women’s toilet. All it takes is the turn of the knob to go to an adjacent room, which appeared to be a closet where anyone could watch others going into the restroom.

“I noticed a full-length mirror opposite of the toilet,” Rocks wrote on the YouTube page. “Curious, I explored and discovered that it was two-way mirror, the door behind it cut away to allow an unobstructed view of the toilet…and anyone who may be using it.”

Lottz said he simply expects women to check behind the door before going about their business.

“[Most of the women] in there will turn the doorknob and go ‘there’s nobody in there, I gotta pee’ and there you go. Enough said.”

The two-way mirror is only in the women’s restroom, Lottz confirmed. The owner said he and his staff would never allow men in there — not because of the mirror — but because they “piss on the seats” and upset female customers.

Lottz said members of the Berwyn Police Department checked out his bathroom earlier in the day and they saw nothing wrong with it. A call to the department was not immediately returned.

The owner said the mirror originally had a monster that would “scare” female customers.

“What we do is we put a monster behind it, and we used to have a switch, and we hit the switch, and it lights up and the monster appears, and they come running out and it’s big fun,” he said.

Video of the incident shows the closet is empty.

“People have been playing with that mirror for 15 years now, I’m not taking it down,” he said. “Period.”

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Emma Watson Says Women’s Potential Is ‘Astonishingly Untapped’ In HeForShe Davos Speech

Emma Watson followed up her September 2013 HeForShe address with another equally impassioned speech — this time at the World Economic Forum.

On Jan. 23, the UN Women Goodwill Ambassador took the stage in Davos, Switzerland to speak about the HeForShe campaign, the influence it has had on her own life and the new initiative Impact 10x10x10. “Women share this planet 50/50 and they are underrepresented — their potential astonishingly untapped,” she told the crowd.

The HeForShe campaign encourages men to join the movement towards achieving gender equality. As the campaign’s website reads, it “brings together one half of humanity in support of the other half of humanity, for the benefit of all.”

In her speech, Watson describes the far-reaching impact the launch of the HeForSpeech campaign had. Her remarks from the September conference were watched over 11 million times, created 1.2 billion social media conversations and encouraged men from almost every country in the world to sign the HeForShe commitment.

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The campaign has inspired many celebrities including Desmond Tutu, Hillary Clinton, Prince Harry and many more.

“It is my belief that there is a greater understanding than ever that women need to be equal participants in our homes, in our societies, in our governments and in our workplaces,” she said. “And they know that the world is being held back in every way because they are not.”

Instead of engaging people on an individual level, like HeForShe’s original campaign, Impact10x10x10 is taking on bigger groups. The initiative is a one-year project that will engage businesses, universities and governments, and encourage them to make real commitments in order to achieve gender equality.

Watson addressed different groups of people throughout her speech, including CEOs of big businesses: “CEOs: Have you implemented the women’s empowerment principles in your own company? What change have you seen? Are you someone persuading men to become HeForShes and collecting their signatures for our website? How many have you got?” she asked. “We want to know. We want to hear from you.”

“I’ve been stunned by the amount of men in my life that have contacted me since my speech to tell me to keep going,” she said. “And that they want to make sure their daughters will still be alive to see a world where women have parity, economically and politically.”
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