Kate Moss on Her Eclectic Style, Elizabeth Taylor, and Her New Jewelry Collaboration

It’s these very pieces that served as the foundation for the collection, covering the full spectrum of Moss’s wide-ranging tastes across 70 individual designs. A series inspired by ancient tattoo cuffs carry the decorative flair to elevate one of Moss’s iconic little black dresses, while bohemian head jewelry and stacked bracelets wouldn’t look out of place within one of her go-to Glastonbury looks, paired with mini-shorts and Hunter Wellies. So too do the Art Deco–inflected necklaces and earrings serve as the perfect tool to bring full-throttle glamour to the red carpet, or for one of Moss’s famously decadent birthday parties. 

As Moss remembers it, her hoarder’s instinct for jewelry extends all the way back to childhood. “As a kid I would always save the smallest present wrapped up under the tree at Christmas for last, hoping it was going to be a piece of jewelry, but it never was,” she

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N.J.’s best new pizzeria was making serious dough with a unique style of pizza. Then came the pandemic.

The tattoo is inked in script on Marco Massaro’s left arm, just beneath the image of Italy.



a man standing in front of a large pizza: Massimo, owner, Massa Roman Square, Scotch Plains


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Massimo, owner, Massa Roman Square, Scotch Plains

“Whatever way it goes, it will be God who wants it.”

The message seemed prescient when he opened Massa Roman Square Pizza & Italian Specialties in Scotch Plains in November 2018, quickly establishing it as one of New Jersey’s best new pizzerias.

Massaro had been a computer programmer for 15 years in Italy, before moving to the United States and deciding “he needed a new passion/hobby,” says his wife, Jen Massaro.



a couple of people posing for the camera: Jen and Marco Massaro at Massa Roman Square in Scotch Plains.


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Jen and Marco Massaro at Massa Roman Square in Scotch Plains.

“He taught himself to make dough by reading books, watching videos and making lots of experiments in our basement,” she says.

That hobby grew into a

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What Does Style Look Like in 2020?

In March, just after Paris Fashion Week ended — and we got our very first glimpse of masked street style — the novel coronavirus became a part of our daily conversation, and then quickly, our daily lives. Office buildings were deserted, empty shelves at grocery stores belied the national panic, and we struggled to make sense of our new normal in lockdown, while businesses closed and we all grappled with just how long we’d be home. What would our world would look like on the other side? As designers like Marc Jacobs grieved the end of an era and beloved institutions like Barneys shuttered their stores, we wondered: would fashion survive?

Coming up for air seven months later, we’re still curious what fashion might be, an industry uprooted by the pandemic and in need of a reset; we wondered if it could still be the place it has been for

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Power and style above all

The Mercedes-Benz G-Class is a paradox. It’s utilitarian, rugged and boxy. But at the same time, it’s coveted by the rich, stylish and famous, and Mercedes keeps coming up with ever more luxurious and powerful variants to satisfy those buyers, the latest of which is the 2020 AMG G63.



a truck that is driving down the road: No SUV has the inherent cool factor of the Mercedes-Benz G-Class. Steven Ewing/Roadshow


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No SUV has the inherent cool factor of the Mercedes-Benz G-Class. Steven Ewing/Roadshow

This ubertractor has a 4.0-liter, twin-turbo V8 that produces 577 horsepower and 627 pound-feet of torque — figures befitting a supercar — and routes that power through a chassis that, while more refined than ever, still feels better suited to guarding a Slavic border checkpoint than driving on anything resembling a twisty road. It’s all very silly and austere and purposeful. And therein lies the charm of the G-Wagen: well-dressed lunacy.

The always-lovely 4.0-liter V8 is paired with Mercedes’ nine-speed automatic transmission and 4Matic

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Sean McVay has adjusted his coaching style by relying more on his coordinators

After reaching the Super Bowl in 2018, the Rams missed the playoffs in 2019, and they looked like a team on the decline. But head coach Sean McVay has improved the team’s fortunes this season, in part by learning to be less of a micromanager.

McVay hired a new offensive coordinator in Kevin O’Connell (who spent last year in Washington) and a new defensive coordinator in Brandon Staley (who spent last year in Denver), and he says that with the two of them handing more of the Xs-and-Os scheming, it has improved McVay’s ability to see the big picture.

“What I wanted to try to do is just be more present with our team,” McVay said, via ESPN. “Be around defense, special teams and the offense a little bit more. Be around the staff members a little bit more.”

McVay recognizes that a head coach has to delegate, and that

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Celebrate Rihanna’s 2020 PCAs Style Star Nomination With Her Best Fashion Moments Ever

She’s shining bright like a diamond!

Celebrate Rihanna’s 2020 PCAs Style Star Nomination With Her Best Fashion Moments Ever

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Rihanna is one of the nominees for the 2020 E! People’s Choice Awards for the Style Star of 2020. She’s a musician, businesswoman and a fashion icon. There’s pretty much nothing she can’t do! Rihanna defines fashion as freedom.

“‘Freedom is the comfortability of a piece and being who you are a thousand percent,” she told E! News in February at New York Fashion Week. “‘Cause I guess there’s a lot of discomfort based on the barriers that society puts on you. What they tell you should be, shouldn’t be, look like, not look like, talk like, dress like and to just be OK with whatever it is that you feel and are. That to me is the ultimate freedom.”

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Style of Rogers sophomore fashions a state title

story.lead_photo.captionBentonville’s Ella Coleman returns a ball during her match against Fort Smith Northside’s Kate Files in the Class 6A girls state championship match Tuesday at Rebsamen Tennis Center in Little Rock. More photos available online at arkansasonline. com/1014tennis.
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A sophomore got the best of a senior in the Class 6A state boys singles tennis championship.

Rogers sophomore Collin Matthews defeated Little Rock Central senior Jake Maxson 6-2, 7-6 to win the Class 6A boys title on Tuesday afternoon at Rebsamen Tennis Center in Little Rock.

Matthews kept his game plan simple going into the match.

“I was trying to win the state title and trying to stay consistent,” Matthews said. “I was going to do whatever it takes.”

Maxson led the first set 2-1, but Matthews went on to score the set’s final five points to go ahead 1-0 in

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A&E Q&A: Artist finds gold as part of unique style | Community News

The glimmer of the gold-leaf artwork at artist Julie Wheeler’s table caught my eye.

This took place as I walked around the vendor’s displays at the new Cuban Gypsy Parlor’s 1st Friday “Gypsy Market” on Oct. 2.

I met an author there, too, who I will profile next week, too.

Wheeler hails from Cleveland, Ohio, but studied graphic design and painting at Loyola University in New Orleans. She’s been in Summerville for two years now, having relocated from Charlotte.



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Regan: You began art as a little girl with a crayon? Did your teachers say you had artistic talent growing up?

Wheeler: When I was young, I could never color inside the lines, both figuratively and literally. I would always go against the grain of any assigned art project. This got a lot of attention when I was in grade school. My projects

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From Levi’s to Kate Spade, here are 10 Prime Day style deals you’ll love

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The time has finally come — Amazon Prime Day 2020 is here! Whether you’re on the hunt for the perfect holiday gifts or shopping for yourself, TODAY has found some of the best discounts the powerhouse retailer is offering over the next few days.

And while there are tons of great tech deals and beauty sales, you definitely don’t want to miss out on all the amazing Amazon Prime Day clothing finds.

Whether

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Jungalow Founder Justina Blakeney Is Heading to Target as the New Home Style Expert

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Justina Blakeney–Jungalow’s founder and the queen of modern bohemian home decor–is joining the Target team as the retailer’s new home style expert.

Blakeney shared the news in a recent Instagram post. “I believe deeply in the power of design to make a difference in every person’s life, that’s why I’m SO, SO excited that I’m joining the @Target team as a new Home Style Expert,” she wrote in the caption. “Over the next few months, I’ll be sharing inspo and tips for cultivating a beautiful and functional home on any budget!”

Her first task on the job was to design a bedroom–specifically, her own in Los Angeles–with Target’s Casaluna collection. “Designed with materials like 100% cotton, linen, and hemp, this collection is beautiful AND takes it easy on mama earth too,” Blakeney shared. “I went with Clay and Sage as the primary colors in this palette, channeling

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