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Autumn trends decoded: how to work the cowboy, explorer or lumberjack look

The autumn catwalk taken due note from Silicon Valley and Scott of the Antarctic Tech employee Anyone who has watched Off-White and fleece, PS45, by North Face, from asos.com Lumberjack checked shirt, PS35, topman.com Security guard Alexander McQueen. Photograph: REX/ Shutterstock Repeat after me:” If your name’s not on the index, you’re not coming in .” This season, the security guard/ guard/ high-end bouncer look has escaped the golf-club and subdued the catwalk. It started last year when Vetements, experts of carrying the everyday into high fashion, liberated its “Securite”…

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A factchecker goes to psychic school
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A factchecker goes to psychic school: can you predict what happens next?

For six months, I attempted to quiet my fact-checking, left-brain voice and tap into my goddess roots, where fantasy and reality are interchangeable Montclair Psychic School sits above a florist’s shop in the town of Rutherford, New Jersey. On a Sunday in June, eight students sit in a amber painted classroom, watching a mastiff identified Axel sniff a bust of the Buddha. ” C’mere, Axel ,” says the status of women whose T-shirt reads:” Medicine mends the body. DOGS mended the soul .” She offers him a treat.” Good boy…

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‘My body, my rules. My life, not yours’

Eliza grew up in Nairn in the Highlands, and attended Gordonstoun School in Moray. “I don’t consider myself as a hugely academic person, ” she says. “I’ve ever enjoyed more extra-curricular activities such as sailing and hiking.” “I had a great experience at academy, and have always desired art. I’ve get A Levels in media, art, and photography.” Following school, Eliza moved to Glasgow in 2017, and is now in her second time at the Glasgow School of Art. It was while she was in her first time that she…

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‘I feel safer on a trail than at the store’: hiking is my escape from sexual harassment

After a terrifying experience with haunt, I resent that Im safer backpacking in the woods than I am in the place I live Before I learned the bite of breaking in brand-new hiking boots or the aching cold that is a tented nighttime in north California, I learned that backpacking- especially as a woman- is dangerous. Everyone said it: aren’t you so worried about being a woman alone in the wilderness? Outside The wilderness is an press charges, one male officer told me, with the caveat that a restraining notice…

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