Few people will ever have the privilege of living with a Picasso, but thanks to _Vogue’_s “Second Fame” food columnist Ninette Lyon, it’s possible to eat like him. In 1964, the pioneering Spanish painter
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The Collins English Dictionary this week declared that its 2014 Word of the Year is “photobomb,” defined, as you probably already know, as something that intrudes into the background of a photograph without
Kelly Clarkson performed in Buffalo, New York on Saturday and decided to pay tribute to Taylor Swift. Clarkson broke into a soulful cover of Swift's "Shake It Off" during her set, which then set off screams
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She’s a public icon, but there’s still a lot we didn’t know about Diane von Furstenberg until we read her new memoir, The Woman I Wanted to Be (Simon & Schuster). Here are the ten most interesting tidbits.