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Should the fashion industry take a lesson from Kim Kardashian West?


Kim Kardashian is not just everywhere online, she is the future of fashion. At least according to celebrity branding expert Jeetendr Sehdev, who argues on behalf of the publicity maven’s authenticity in his new book, “The Kim Kardashian Principle: Why Shameless Sells (and How to Do It Right),”...

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Sotheby’s is no stranger to the rare, beautiful or historic. But one particular lot the auction house will have going up for sale next week here has collectors buzzing the world over at a level th
Rachel Roy has embraced digital marketing and social media from the start — sometimes landing herself in controversy, which she gracefully manages to shake off — so it’s no surprise she’s made a s
Reader, I have two selves. For many months, or sometimes years, I work on a novel in the privacy of my home. Each book presents problems of its own: characters that are not yet fully alive, subplo
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Does everyone get their knives out for the debut of Top Chef Canada: All Stars Sunday night (April 2) on Food Network Canada (10 p.m. ET/PT)? It was lively, teases head judge and Toronto chef/restaura
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Dove is turning to Hollywood to further its Real Beauty message. The Unilever-owned personal-care brand has tapped Shonda Rhimes to collaborate on Dove’s new social initiative, Dove Real Beauty Pr
Jon, Daenerys and Cersei are here and they're ready for battle.             
The Nobel prize-winning legend sings Sinatra and 'South Pacific' on his expansive latest.             
Book is being turned into drama series for HBO and Italy's public broadcasting company.             
Jon Bon Jovi announced on Good Morning America today his plans to crash one lucky school’s graduation ceremony.             
U-M study finds equal satisfaction among monogamous couples and those in open or polyamorous relationships.             
Despite acrimony over her divorce, casting in 'Ghost', ScarJo serenely struts red carpet.             
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Bill Nye talks about his life, the environment, and why having basic scientific literacy is important for everyone.             
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I draw the line at the menstrual cup.             
The relationship between vitamin C dosage and its effects on the duration of the common cold symptoms may extend to 6-8 grams per day.
Sci-fi film puts an problematic spin on the Japanese cult hit.             
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He's on top of his comedy game as an animated baby and lampooning Donald Trump on 'SNL.'             
VILNIUS (Reuters) - A professor said on Thursday he had found a copy of Lithuania's lost declaration of independence languishing in a German archive, an achievement hailed by authorities as the...
Viewers have fallen in love with a certain aspect of Dan Edgar [Wenn] The former electrician made his name on the Essex scene as a ladies man after pursuing both Jessica Wright and Lauren Pope.&nb
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Bowie may be free just like that bluebird, but fans can still take up his old perch.             
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