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Link About It: Women Honor Icons Through #WeAreBlackHistory

Women Honor Icons Through #WeAreBlackHistory


Some of today’s top digital influencers are honoring past and present figures in a new movement called #WeAreBlackHistory. The project is a poignant photo series that sees women of color from the digital world replicating portraits of legends like……

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Link About It: This Week’s Picks: Paying tribute to iconic women of color, babies with three parents, dirty snow drawings and more in our weekly look at the web

Link About It: This Week's Picks

1. Vale Designer Kenji Ekuan
Kenji Ekuan, the award-winning designer behind Japan’s bullet train and the ubiquitous Kikkoman soy sauce bottle has died at the age of 85. According to the New York Times, his iconic bottle design has been used by Kikkoman……

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Pivotte Performance-Wear for Women on the Go: The subtle, versatile and high-performing pieces allow for smooth transition from plane to meeting to gym

Pivotte Performance-Wear for Women on the Go

Lines for stylish, attractive and utilitarian men’s lifestyle-to-gym wear are becoming increasingly common. But for women, the selection is much skimpier, especially if you are looking for versatile pieces that are not overtly sporty. Evelyn Frison……

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Radical Tea Towels: Women don’t belong in the kitchen, revolutionary ideas do

Radical Tea Towels

The Radical Tea Towel Company swiftly ignores the rule about not bringing politics to the dinner table. In fact, their towels do quite the opposite: with a fine selection of towels featuring some of the most revolutionary figures and ideas in Western……

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Winter Snow Essentials for Women: Five snow-specific products that put aesthetics on par with form and function

Winter Snow Essentials for Women


For those in the Northern Hemisphere, winter is here to stay (at least for the next few months) and while it may seem grim, it also means getting back to all your favorite cold weather activities. For many who are drawn to the mountains, skiing and……

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Nashville-Designed Peter Nappi Footwear and Accessories: From a studio and showroom in Tennessee to a production facility in Italy, stylish fashion for men and women

Nashville-Designed Peter Nappi Footwear and Accessories

In 2011, designer Philip Nappi and co-founder Dana Nappi sought to restore a century-old tradition of shoemaking that grandfather Peter Nappi brought to the US from Italy over 100 years before. With that, the brand Peter Nappi was born and the dedicated……

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To The Market: A New Online Platform for Conscious Shopping: All goods sold on the site are made by women survivors of abuse, conflict and disease, and in turn, help rebuild their lives through economic empowerment

To The Market: A New Online Platform for Conscious Shopping


While “conscious shopping” has become a buzz phrase of late, when it’s coming from a former Counterterrorism Advisor at the US Department of State, you pay attention. Jane Mosbacher Morris,…

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A Brighter Future with Prosperity Candles: Made-in-MA candles with complimentary refills for life, support women refugees and entrepreneurship opportunities

A Brighter Future with Prosperity Candles


In 2009, Prosperity Candle began as a project in Baghdad, Iraq. Partnering with Women for Women International, the organization trained 50 women survivors of war to make candles in their homes, and help rebuild their lives…

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Interview: Iggy Pop: The iconic rocker on picking up women in daylight, his greatest moments and his new clothing collaboration with Sailor Jerry

Interview: Iggy Pop


No musician ushered in the punk rock movement with as much fervor and chaos as Iggy Pop. He defined the times. He defied expectation. He rocked out, collaborating with and inspiring the best. His live shows…

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From Emma Watson’s nude threat to abusive YouTube comments: why women aren’t safe on the internet

Shortly after some assholes leaked stolen nude photos of celebrity ladies, someone else popped up to promise similar leaks of Emma Watson, because it’s still not safe to be a woman on the internet.

The Emma Watson leaks were a hoax, but that doesn’t make the existence of the threats okay. Here’s the thing: no one has access to your intentions except you, and I’m with Dr. House — everybody lies. Forget intentions. We’ve got something more powerful to analyze: behavior. It is way more effort to lie with behavior than it is with words.

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