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Bored Commuters Can Ride This Bike and Knit a Scarf With 5 Minutes of Cycling

Cyclo Knitter is a project by design student George Barratt-Jones. The goal? To make waiting for your train in the winter more enjoyable by making a human-powered machine that creates scarfs in 5 minutes. George adds: “Imagine Its the midst of winter. You are cold and bored waiting for your train at the station. This pedal powered machine gets you warm by moving, you are making something while you wait and in the end you are left with a free scarf! That you can decide to keep yourself or give…

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If you want to help save the planet while staying stylish, Allbirds has got you covered

There are two types of people in this world: those who wear the comfortable rubber clog that is the Croc without a shred of shame, and those who vehemently turn up their noses at the prospect. Whichever side you’re on, there’s no denying that Crocs are having a moment. SEE ALSO: Butt rip jeans are the latest terrible jeans trend that we definitely never needed Case in point: A new collaboration between the comfy shoe retailer and New York-based streetwear company Alife that includes, among other styles, Crocs with built-in…

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This legendary actress resurrected her Oscar dress from 56 years ago

Rita Moreno's dress resurrection is proof you shouldn't throw anything out.Image: kevin mazur/WireImage Re-wearing a dress at the Oscars could be seen as a faux pas, but not if it was the dress you won an Oscar in 56 years ago. Iconic West Side Story actress Rita Moreno dusted off her dress from the 1962 Oscars for this year’s ceremony at Hollywood’s Dolby Theatre. SEE ALSO: Here’s the full Oscars 2018 winners list Now 86, Moreno wore this stunning black and gold number the year she accepted the award for…

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Mexico Has an Olympic Ski Team and Their Outfits are Awesome

Mexico has sent two Alpine skiers to the Winter Games in PyeongChang and their outfits, a tribute to the ‘Day of the Dead’, are pretty sweet. They were designed by Prince Hubertus von Hohenlohe, 59, who designed them and has represented Mexico in six Winter Games. Prince you say? That’s right. According to the Washington Post, his family reigned over a principality in what is now the northeastern of Baden-Württemberg in Germany until the early 19th century. Although he spends most of his time in Europe, he is eligible to…

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Spaghetti Got a Knit Sweater for Christmas and Couldnt Be Happier

Photograph by Rancor_Emperor on reddit Four years ago, reddit user Rancor_Emperor (aka Sean) became the adopted parent of ‘Spaghetti’, a cute little corn snake that had previously been owned by his old roomate. After his roomie got accepted into a Masters program overseas, he was unable to bring Spaghetti and asked his friends and family on Facebook if anyone could adopt him. Having lived with him for two years when they were roomates, Sean took Spaghetti in and has been caring for him ever since. This year for Christmas, his…

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This Is What Happens When A Plus-Size Model Tries To Recreate Gigi Hadids Nude Photo Shoot

Uploaded on Instagram with the caption “I was just wondering how a model my Size would look on this” the photo shows Diana nude apart from a pair of boots, hand across chest while giving a sultry look to the camera. No matter what your position on the issue is, Diana is undeniably a beautiful woman. Scroll down below to check out her recreation photoshoot, as well as some of her previous photos. It’s not a competition to see which woman looks ‘better’ in the pictures, just a way of…

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Swedish model gets rape threats after ad shows her unshaved legs

Arvida Bystrm is bombarded with online abuse after posing for Adidas video with hairy legs A Swedish model says she has received rape threats for posing in an advertisement with unshaved legs. Arvida Bystrm, who is also a photographer and digital artist, appears in a video and photograph promoting Adidas Originals Superstar range. Bystrm, who has described the norm for women to shave as fucked, has hairy legs in the images and says she has faced a vicious backlash as a result. She wrote on Instagram: Me being such an…

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‘Merci!’: Montpellier, France sends misspelled football jerseys to Montpelier, Vermont

Vermont state capital, with one L, will receive professional football jerseys from French Ligue 1 club and give them to high school students The city of Montpelier, Vermont has said Merci to the French city of Montpellier after its mayor and professional football team announced plans to send some misprinted football jerseys its way. Bill Fraser, the city manager in Montpelier, Vermont, said the French football team with just one L instead of two. On Thursday he confirmed that the city in southern France had decided to send the shirts…

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The 2017 World Beard and Mustache Championships Gallery is Here

The 2017 Remington Beard Boss World Beard & Moustache Championships took place this past Labor Day Weekend at the Long Center for Performing Arts in Austin, Texas. The three-day event takes place every two years and 2017 was the biggest yet since the modern tournament began in 1990. The popular event featured 26 total categories, stemming from the four main categories: best mustache, partial beard, full beard and ladies beard. ‘Best in Show’ was given to Jason Kiley, while MJ Johnson took first place in the cheek-beard category, Norbert Topf…

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Origami-inspired clothing range that grows with your child wins Dyson award

London-based designer Ryan Yasin used his background in aeronautical engineering to develop sustainable clothing to fit babies through to toddlers An James Dyson award. Ryan Yasin recent survey by Aviva) parents spend an average of 2,000 on clothing before their child reaches the age of three. As well as the high cost and limited lifespan, mass production of garments places huge pressure on the environment through technology with textiles in order to fashion durable and practical garments for youngsters to take them through their initial growth spurt. The babygrow, trousers…

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Chelsea Manning appears in Vogue magazine’s September issue

Former US army analyst turned whistleblower appears in red one-piece swimsuit, tweeting: guess this is what freedom looks like Chelsea Manning, the former US Army analyst turned whistleblower, has graced the pages of Vogue magazines September issue. Manning was photographed in a red swimsuit on a beach by acclaimed photographer Annie Leibovitz for the video known as Collateral Murder that showed US military killing dozens of unarmed Iraqi citizens. Manning came out as transgender the day after she was sentenced. Lawyers successfully advocated for her to undergo hormone therapy while…

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The style legacy of Bonnie Parker

From berets on the Dior catwalk to pencil skirts at Raf Simons Calvin Klein show, we take a look at the lasting sartorial impact of Faye Dunaway in Bonnie and Clyde, 50 years since the film was first released When Bonnie Parker, or Bonnie of Faye Dunaway, is now both part of an American folklore a tough broad, a symbol of rebellion and disruption and a card-carrying member of the fashion icon gang. The beret, knitwear and scarf alone provide immeasurable inspiration for the current season. Here are five reasons…

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Making Waves: The Biggest Winner Of NY Fashion Week Was This Shirt That Looks Dressy Enough For A Nice Dinner But Casual Enough For Just Hanging With Buds

The fashion world is abuzz over a groundbreaking new design that critics have unanimously lauded as the biggest winner of New York mens fashion week: a shirt that looks dressy enough for a nice dinner but casual enough for just hanging with buds. Wow! Talk about versatility! From the collection of French designer Maurice Bernard, this solid button-down is appropriate to don at your nieces communion, but not so fancy that your friends will call you Mr. Big Shot for wearing it out to a bar. Ever since its debut…

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Pirellis all-black calendar: Any girl should be able to have their own fairytale

Diversity takes centre stage as Naomi Campbell, Lupita Nyongo, Whoopi Goldberg and Sean Diddy Combs feature in Tim Walker and Edward Enninfuls twisted version of Alice in Wonderland I chop off peoples heads and I like it. Naomi Campbell looks up from her phone to tell a group of journalists about her role in the latest Pirelli calendar. It is inspired by John Tenniels original illustrations for Alice in Wonderland, and Campbell is on set in a photographic studio in north London, surrounded by a twisted fairytale scene of mouldy…

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