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Outrageous Entries From The Beard & Moustache Championships

These days, beards are the international symbol of the hipster.<p>Growing in their kilometres, these wiry rugs of goodness hang off men (and some …

This Woman Had Her Face Photoshopped In Over 25 Countries To Examine Global Beauty Standards

Esther Honig, a freelance journalist based out of Kansas City, sent an unaltered photograph of herself to more than 40 Photoshop aficionados around the world. "Make me beautiful," she said, hoping to bring to light how standards of beauty differ across various cultures.<p>The project, titled <i>Before &</i> …

The 42 'Best' Vintage Liquor Ads from Bon Appétit

Our favorite liquor ads that appeared in Bon Appétit in the '50s, '60s, and '70s.<p><b>In the early years of Bon Appétit</b>, the magazine covered wine and spirits as much if not more than food. It's fitting, then, that the archives are full of not only quirky articles and outrageous recipes but also some …

20 Desserts to Fulfill All Your Chocolate and Vanilla Desires

Let's be honest, when it comes to dessert we usually just want something with chocolate or vanilla—like one of these 20 sweet treats, for example<p><b>The preference of chocolate or vanilla is often a very polarizing topic</b>. But whether you like a rich, fudgy cake on a cold night or a big scoop of ice …

The World's First Phone-Charging Pants Are Here

The project started six months ago when Mr Sauvage, 31, began experimenting with wearable technology.<p>"My phone is always dying so I was super interested in the idea," he said.<p>The prototypes have now been developed and will be modelled tonight in Bloomsbury as part of the A. Sauvage spring/summer …

Wearable Tech

Futuristic science: Electronics that melt away

Imagine tossing your old phone in the toilet, watching it dissolve and then flushing it down, instead of having it wind up in a landfill.<p>Scientists are working on just that: electronic devices that can be triggered to disappear when they are no longer needed.<p>The technology is years away, but …

This Vest Isn’t For Style, It’s To Restart Your Heart

This smartly designed vest could help at-risk patients avoid a heart attack.<p>If you’re unlucky enough to have a heart attack, you may be prescribed a portable defibrillator. The device, which patients wear with a harness around their chest, senses for irregular rhythms and delivers a quick shock if …

This Smart Cup Can Identify Any Beverage You Pour Into It

This article is from the archive of our partner .<p>Vessyl is the smartest cup you didn't know you needed. There's nothing tech people love as much as …

Smell-O-Vision Is Coming To An iPhone Near You

Photo: Courtesy of oNotes.<p>Ever look at one of the hundreds of brunch, cupcake, or flower Instagram photos on your iPhone and wished you could get a …

Lost and Found in Translation

I once had a German professor explain at the beginning of the course that speaking a different language makes you a different person, or at the very least gives you some sort of split-personality. Her theory was that in learning a language you develop a new personality that only presents itself …

A Guide to Identifying Your Home Décor Style

Many of us peruse home décor books, magazines, websites, and blogs and like much of what we see there…but when it comes to decorating our own homes, …

Interior Design

June 2014

The True Origins of ‘X-Men’

It was mid-1963, and Stan Lee was on a roll. In a mad burst of invention, he and star artists Jack Kirby and Steve Ditko had just birthed the …