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Tuesday, November 19, 2019

Jennifer Lopez becomes the 8th Woman to Cover GQ's Men of the Year Issue

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Jennifer Lopex 'Jlo' is the cover star in 2019 GQ's special issue cover shoot. She looks beautiful in her lob in air-dried curls styledd by Frank Galasso.  In her interview she says,

“I am the scarce asset, I am the prize. I have something beautiful to offer to the world that's only mine.” And I feel the same thing!"

"There is no reason to ever be ashamed of where you're at. Not when you're doing your best. Not when you're in your best moment. There's always gonna be people to tell you no. Or “You can't.” Or “You shouldn't.” It's gonna happen. No matter what anybody says, you just have to still be like, “I'm still doing this. I'm still gonna succeed. I'm still gonna do my best.” Defy the odds. Why not?"


Listed below are the other 7 other women who have graced CQ's magazine with dates:

1.  Serena Williams (2018)
2.  Gal Gadot (2017)
3.  Shailene Woodley (2014)
4.  Rihanna (2012)
5.  Mila Kunis (2011)
6.  Scarlett Johnson (2010)
7.  Jennifer Aniston (2005)

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Tuesday, November 05, 2019

"Protection of the Ocean": Check Out Amazing High Fashion from trash

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An elaborate outfit made from discarded plastic bottles.

Chinese designer, Wan Yunfeng shared his amazing works crafted from discarded items.  In his recent photo series titled "Protection of the Ocean," he used various items you won't find in the great fashion houses of Europe or on North American catwalks to send various messages on environmental protection. 

In Wan's words,

"I make clothes to bring awareness to the environment, it is performance art. So of course you can't wear these clothes in daily life, it is to deliver a message of environmental protection,"

An image from Wan's new project, "Protection of the Ocean," in which he mirrors the plight of trapped marine animals.

"I want to reconstruct the scenes of those animals struggling before their deaths, caused by ocean pollution,"

"I loved the costumes more than the opera," he said. "Male costumes aren't powerful -- their color and style is very simple. But female clothing can be dramatic," he said.

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