Jemima Kirke’s Wisdom On Drugs, Rehab and Men

I love Jemima Kirke. No, not Jessa from ‘Girls’. Jemima. I love Jemima because she isn’t scared to show the world who she is – whether on screen or off. I love her flaming sense of self respect. Most importantly, I love her honesty. From rehab, to abortions, to her underarm hair, she’s unknowingly opened a […]

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Joan Didion’s Lessons On Growing Up

Joan Didion is an institution. Not just an American one, but a feminine one. During her senior year at the University of California, Berkeley she won first place in an essay contest sponsored by Vogue, and was awarded a job as a research assistant at the magazine. For two years at Vogue, Didion worked her […]

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Jane Birkin On How To Live Like A French Woman

Jane Birkin is an icon. Not because she is the muse (and name) of the most iconic handbag in the world, but because of her French style and way of life (even though she is English). This English star however, did not always feel like an icon. Birkin admits that growing up in school people used to […]

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How To Combat Your Dark Moon

The New Moon at 8 degrees Libra takes place on Friday, September 30th, 2016 at 7:11 PM Central Standard Time. For those of you in later time zones, this of course means it will take place in the wee hours of Saturday, October 1st. Since it is the second New Moon of September, you’ll see […]

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Sophia Amoruso’s Badass Lessons To Success

Sophia Amoruso is one of those women you know well or you’ve never heard of. If you know her, it’s because you’ve been inspired by her story, read her book or shop at Nasty Gal. If you don’t know her, it’s about time you learned. At 32, Amoruso finds herself above Beyonce on Forbes’ annual […]

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