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Love Your Logos: The Logo Shirt Is Back

It’s time to love your logos again. Riding a wave of 90s and early 2000s nostalgia, the logo T-shirt and sweatshirt are making a big comeback this year, thanks to celebrities like Harry Styles, who aren’t afraid to flaunt their favorite brands. 367 more words

Women's Style

Riccardo Tisci Says Goodbye to Givenchy, Is Versace His Next Stop?

* Riccardo Tisci has officially exited Givenchy
* He led the brand for over 12 years
* Reports say the designer may be going to Versace… 398 more words

Women's Style

Wear Red (On Your Lips) For Valentine's Day

* Classic deep red shade is perfect for date night
* Smooth, long-lasting lipstick with creamy texture
* Latest release from Givenchy beauty

You’ve spent so much time thinking about what dress and shoes you’re going to wear for Valentine’s Day, that it’d be a shame if you forgot about your lips too. 249 more words

Women's Style

The Things They Don't Want To See.

Last fall, I took a class called Disability and Culture. In said class, students were required to develop and produce a creative project about disability-related conundrums. 1,016 more words

Add Some Flower Power to Your Wardrobe With This Givenchy Cap

* A cap from famed French fashion house Givenchy
* Cotton lined for your comfort
* Made in Italy

If there ever was a fashion house to put out a simple snapback cap today, it would undoubtedly be Givenchy. 231 more words

Women's Style

Luke Kuechly, Thomas Davis among Panthers with high praise for Bills HC Sean McDermott

On Wednesday, the Buffalo Bills hired former Carolina Panthers defensive coordinator Sean McDermott as the team’s 20th head coach in franchise history. After reportedly impressing the Bills’ brass in his first interview, McDermott earned a second interview with owner Terry Pegula in Boca Raton, FL, where the two parties eventually worked out a deal. 745 more words

Buffalo Bills

Letter to 'rock-bottom' me

Louise,

I’m not going to sugar-coat this, your HBA1c is going to go up and up next year. Louise, you’re in for a long and bumpy ride between where you are now in November 2014, and when I’m writing this – January 2017. 463 more words

Diabetes