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10 Wedding Dresses That Won't Blow Your Entire Budget

<i>By Kellee Khalil,</i><p>If you're worried your dream wedding dress is going to break the bank, rest assured that there are gorgeous budget-friendly wedding gowns available! More and more top designers are creating dresses with brides' budgets in mind. There are a variety of materials and …

Martin Scorsese Lists the 11 Scariest Films He's Seen

This Typography Visualizes What It’s Like To Be Dyslexic

A new book called I Wonder What It’s Like To Be Dyslexic illustrates a common learning disability through clever graphic design.<p>Since he was a child, British graphic designer Sam Barclay has struggled with dyslexia–-along with 10% to 15% of the population. To help combat the widespread …

Graphic Design

The most beautiful places on Earth – in pictures

As Lonely Planet turns 40 this year, the publisher has picked the most magnificent sights across the globe to be included in a new book entitled Beautiful World, which contains more than 200 images and aims to inspire readers to see the world as they have never seen it before

22-Year-Old Designer Stunningly Blends Art with Fashion

Yesterday, our friend and ever so talented photographer Alex Stoddard emailed us to tell us about a Kickstarter project that deserves our attention. Michelle Hbert is a 22-year-old up-and-coming designer that creates fashion that seems larger than life. Her dream is to produce her first …


Belle The Magazine - Weddings

Belle The Magazine - Weddings

Watch Kelly Clarkson’s Wedding Video!

The little things you can save, the big things you can sacrifice and how to make it all add up for your wedding day.

Revealing Photos of New York City from the 70s and 80s

New York City was the urban culture capital of the 70s and 80s, setting trends and leaving an impression on the world. While the Big Apple has maintained its creative influence, a lot has changed over the years. Taking a look back at photos by documentary photographers from three to four decades …

New York City

Quick Quiz: What's Your "State" of Mind?

Does your personality fit where you've chosen to live? Over more than a decade, researchers surveyed 1.6 million Americans to create personality …

New York City

11 Things Every Kitchen Should Have

Updating your kitchen? We asked designer Mick De Giulio — who designed his first kitchen when he was 19 and has 3,000 projects under his belt — to give us a list of what he thinks are the essentials.<p><b>1. Natural Light</b><p>Look for ways to maximize light, from eliminating cabinets next to windows to using …


Ways to Use Sheer Curtains and Valences

<b>Sheer curtains</b> can add a hazy, dreamy quality to any room. They are light weight, easy to hang and don’t dominate the décor. However, while they’re …

6 Quick Decorating Changes

Interior Design

Sareh Nouri Spring 2014 Wedding Dresses

Whether you have $100,000, $10,000 or $1,000 to spend, here's how to budget for the wedding of your dreams.

Belle The Magazine - Weddings

Sifted: Spooky Halloween Treats, Pumpkin French Toast + More

Get Cooking Channel's take on the best in food news, recipes and more from around the web, including recipes for pizza pretzel rolls and Halloween …

How to Eat—and Eat Well—After the Zombie Apocalypse

The End of Days doesn't have to mean the End of Dining. Survival expert Shane Hobel shows how to keep your post-apocalyptic cooking standards high<p>There's two things in this world that we can be sure of: We'll always want to eat well, and the Zombie Apocalypse is definitely going to happen. …

New York State

How to Celebrate Halloween Like Grown-up

Every year when Halloween rolls around, I'm reminded of my childhood. Growing up in Connecticut in the 1970's, Halloween consisted of homemade costumes fastened together with staples and tape (there were no Halloween superstores back then offering pint-sized versions of every character under the …