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Ayesha Curry Reflects on the “Botched Boob Job” She Got Amid Postpartum Depression

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Harden says streak reflects necessity of situation

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Anthony Bourdain Reflects on “Hope in the World” in New Parts Unknown Tribute Trailer

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Jessica Biel Reflects on Her 7th Heaven Rebellion: “I Was Always Apologizing”

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Cannes Lineup Reflects Troubled Times

SIGN OF THE TIMES: “The world will never be the same — and the Cannes Film Festival will never be the same,” said Thierry Frémaux, artistic director of the event, referring to the “storm” that has swept through the industry ever since the Harvey Weinstein scandal broke last October.
Frémaux was speaking at the presentation of the Official Selection lineup for the 71st edition of the festival, held on Thursday at the UGC Normandie cinema on the Avenue des Champs-Elysées in Paris. The lineup eschews star vehicles in favor of art-house offerings that tackle topics such as racism and religion.
The festival this year will open nine days earlier — on May 8 — and for the first time will wrap on a Saturday, May 19, the same day as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s royal wedding.
Amidst the industry’s ongoing efforts to address gender inequality, organizers hope to send a message of love, starting with the choice of this year’s festival poster. It depicts a scene from Jean-Luc Godard’s 1965 classic “Pierrot le Fou” with the movie’s leads — Jean-Paul Belmondo and Anna Karina — leaning out of two adjacent parked cars and locked in an embrace.
The poster also subtly nods to

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‘This Is Us’ Cast Reflects on Series as Antidote for the Trump Era

Just hours before Tuesday’s anticipated season finale, the cast and creator of NBC’s “This is Us” gathered in front of a standing room-only audience at SXSW to reflect on the show’s universal success in the midst of a politically divisive era. “I’m watching everything that is going on in the country and I’m going, ‘What […]



Christopher Bailey Reflects on Legacy – and Life After Burberry

Winding down his 17-year tenure at Burberry with a colorful collection that had a streetwise edge, Christopher Bailey was in a “chipper” yet reflective mood before his show.
In a wide-ranging chat, he spoke about his achievements, a few regrets, his future in fashion, and his role in Burberry’s creative transition:
WWD: How did it feel to design your last collection?
Christopher Bailey: It felt poignant. I had a lot of reflection, but I’m so serene with the decision and it just feels right. I feel extraordinarily privileged that I’ve been able to be somewhere that I have loved so deeply for 17 years. I just feel very calm and chipper about it.
WWD: You are under contract until the end of the year. How long will you stay?
C.B.: My last real working day is March 31, when I step down from my role and then I’m in advisory capacity to the board all the way through to December — as and when they need me. It’s clearly formal and contractual, but it’s not like I need to go there every day.
WWD: You stuck with see-now buy-now for your last show?
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Billy Reid Reflects on 20 Years in Fashion

NEW YORK — Billy Reid could be a case study in resilience.
Since he created the first William Reid collection in March 1998, the soft-spoken Southern designer has experienced more than his share of ups and downs.
The ups: He has built his Southern-flavored Americana designer collection into a successful wholesale business at Neiman Marcus, Saks Fifth Avenue and Nordstrom and 13 of his own Billy Reid stores. He’s also won four Council of Fashion Designers of America awards.
The downs: His initial foray into fashion, William Reid, failed following the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, driving the designer and his family from New York back to his home state of Alabama.
But despite the roller coaster that has defined his career, Reid is happy to be at the helm of a $ 25 million brand as he prepares to celebrate his 20th anniversary next year.
“Failure? I’ve been there,” Reid said, sitting on a chair in his showroom on Bond Street here. “Losing everything overnight was so humbling, but it makes you realize what’s important to you and that you can recover.”
Reid’s story begins in the small town of Amite, La., where his mother owned a women’s boutique called T.J.’s for Her that operated out of

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Milan Men’s Fashion Week Reflects Industry Changes

MILAN — The latest Milan Men’s Fashion Week schedule reflects the changes in the men’s wear industry, according to Carlo Capasa, president of Italy’s Camera Nazionale della Moda.
“The concept of how men’s wear is shown has changed and so has the concept of the calendar — everything is combined together and there is more and more cross-pollination,” Capasa contended. “The shift is real.”
The shows will start on Jan. 12 with the Ermenegildo Zegna evening show and will end on Jan. 15, anchored by the Giorgio Armani and Fendi shows. Overall, the runway shows will be 31 in total.
Capasa said the evolution has led the association to create a new format for the calendar, which now “combines presentations and shows in a single tale that each brand offers in line with its own aesthetic and vision.”
The first chapter of coed shows, as Capasa called it, will take place in January, followed by the second chapter in February. Next month these will include Diesel Black Gold; the Italian brand Isabel Benenato founded by Isabel Vitiello; Neil Barrett; Marcelo Burlon County of Milan; Dsquared2; Daks; Sartorial Monk; Palm Angels; GCDS, and Frankie Morello. A number of brands, including Gucci, Bottega Veneta and Missoni, have chosen to

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Dancing with the Stars Finale: Child Star Frankie Muniz Reflects on His Return to the Spotlight


More than 10 years since Malcom in the Middle‘s end, Frankie Muniz took center stage again on Dancing with the Stars, and he’ll compete in the finale Tuesday night.

While the actor, 31, hasn’t completely shunned Hollywood in the last decade — appearing in Criminal Minds, The Mysteries of Laura, and Sharknado 3 — Muniz shifted his attention to other interests.

“Since Malcom ended, I raced cars professionally for a while, and I was really focused on that,” he told PEOPLE in September at the Dancing With the Stars season 25 cast party at New York City’s Planet Hollywood. “Then I was in a band for a long time, and I was really focused on that.”

Then, he joined DWTS pro Witney Carson to fight for the Mirrorball Trophy on the upcoming season of the reality competition.

“The timing was kind of right for me,” Muniz explained of his decision. “This was the first time I was like, I can really do what I want.”

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The Agent Cody Banks star also sought advice from previous DWTS contestants.

“I’ve had a lot of friends who’ve done the show, and they’ve honestly said it was the best experience they’ve ever had,” he said. “A lot of people were really talking it up and how much fun it was, and I thought it looked like fun and here I am.”


Carson, 23,  said Muniz’s experience as an athlete and a musician paid off in rehearsals.

“Him being able to keep on beat and hear the beat in the music is so helpful,” she said. “Sometimes with celebrities, I’ll have to sit with them and play the music and like clap to the beat, but that stuff we can skip.”

So, Muniz just had to overcome his nerves, which he named as this season’s the biggest competition.

“I’m so nervous to dance in general,” he admitted. “My first biggest fear is dancing in public.”

The Season 25 finale of Dancing with the Stars airs Tuesday at 9 p.m. ET on ABC.

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Kris Van Assche Reflects on 10 Years at Dior Homme

PARIS — As he prepares to celebrate his 10th anniversary at the helm of Dior Homme, Kris Van Assche is basking in a new sense of freedom.
Having succeeded his former boss Hedi Slimane in the job, the Belgian designer initially focused on refining the razor-sharp tailoring that made the brand a favorite with celebrities from David Beckham to John Legend. In parallel, he channeled the edgy club culture of his youth into his eponymous label.
Two years ago, Van Assche shuttered his own line because — in his own words — juggling the two “was really no fun anymore.” Since then, he has been injecting more of his personal affinity with streetwear into the Dior aesthetic, bringing back a sense of youthful energy with show sets including a skatepark and a funfair.
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“People like to put things in boxes. Men dress in a certain way, they like to belong to a certain group, whether it’s music or sports or a social group — of bankers,

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Last Words: Jaymes Mansfield Reflects On Her Time On ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’

Throughout the ninth season of “RuPaul’s Drag Race,” Huffington Post Queer Voices will interview each departing queen on the Saturday following the air date of their elimination episode. Check HuffPost Queer Voices weekly to hear these queens reflect on their time on the show and their legacy as queer artists and performers.

It’s that time of year again ― for the next few months, queers around the world will gather in bars every Friday night for what has become the Olympics of the LGBTQ community: “RuPaul’s Drag Race.”

The ninth season of “Drag Race” marks a major turning point for the reality show. Not only has it moved from Logo to VH1 and shifted to a primetime slot on Friday nights, but RuPaul won an Emmy for his work after the show’s eighth season.

Among a host of other things, this monumental shift for the reality show means that the competition is fiercer than ever. The first queen to go home this season is the sweet and comedic Jaymes Mansfield hailing from Madison, Wisconsin. Mansfield had a bit of trouble finding her footing and was sent packing after a lip-sync against Las Vegas native Kimora Blac.

In this interview with The Huffington Post, Mansfield reflects on her brief time on “Drag Race,” being labeled “the underdog” and what she ultimately wants to do with her platform the show gave her.

The Huffington Post: You weren’t on the show for very long but do you feel like you grew and changed during your time on “Drag Race”? What did you learn?

Jaymes Mansfield: I learned that being eliminated off of a reality television show isn’t the worst thing in the world. And you learn to improve on things that were your shortcomings and to embrace the things that made you weird in the first place – the things that made them want to keep you. 

Do you feel you like the image of who you are ― and who you are as an artist ― was authentically portrayed on this show?

I feel like I was honest! [laughs] The person on the screen was me. 

How do you feel about being framed as “the underdog”? Did you identify with that label?

Being framed as an “underdog” doesn’t feel very good because I wanted to be framed as a strong competitor, not somebody with a bunch of shortcomings [laughs]. To be quite honest with you, as an artist and as a gay person we get a lot of – I come from a background of being bullied and constantly having to fight for who I was, so being in an element where, “oh now you’re an underdog!” It’s like, no, I’m not. I’m a strong competitor. 

What do you want to do with the platform that Drag Race has given you?First, I’m really thankful for this platform that I was given because it’s far beyond what I was before I got on the show. But I want to really conquer that medium of YouTube because I feel like it’s a really untapped entity. I have a lot more tutorials, a whole lot more content, especially movie reviews and drag history – I’m going to keep doing that until the end of time.

Do you see any important political implications with “Drag Race” being on such a mainstream network at this specific moment in time?

I would say it’s a good thing. As far as “Drag Race” being on a mainstream platform now, it’s really beautiful. I remember RuPaul was [on VH1] years and years ago and it’s really a homecoming for her and we really need things like drag now, especially being able to laugh and being able to have things that parody – public image and public figures. It’s an important thing – we need to be able to laugh and entertainment really does that for people.

Is there a particular queen that you’d like to see on a future season of “Drag Race”?

I would love to see somebody like Biblegirl or more legendary queens like Hedda Lettuce or Sherry Vine. 

Out of everyone left in the competition who are you rooting for?

J: Nobody! [laughs] I’m rooting for my girls Nina and Peppermint and Charlie. I hope they all do really well. But I wasn’t there long enough to hate anybody!

What do you want people to know about Jaymes Mansfield going forward?

That I’m a queen who truly cares about drag! And I’m a queen who will continue to talk up the importance of drag queens and our history until I’m blue in the face! That’s always what I’ve wanted to be remembered for is somebody who really and truly cares about drag and the preservation of drag.

“RuPaul’s Drag Race” airs on Friday nights at 8 PM ET/PT on VH1.


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WWD: What were your thoughts when you started your line?
Jessica Simpson: When we first started, I decided to do shoes. I am a woman who feels better with some height. I have a passion for shoes, and everything [I wear] complements my shoes.
WWD: Since the brand is a reflection of Jessica Simpson, tell us about her.
J.S.: I’m always a Southern girl at heart. My friends and family are my everything. They influence all that I do. I feel like I’m a relatable person. I’m completely open and honest with everyone. Whether that’s too much openness or honesty, it makes me nonjudgmental. I’m one of those girls you would hopefully want to hang out with. When you have a lot of judgment in the world of design, it keeps you from being as creative as you can be….I’m a risk-taker.
WWD: What have you learned from the past 10 years running this business?
J.S.: I feel it’s very important to be inclusive. I have a whole team that I love and trust. People buy my clothes because I’m good at listening to what they want and need. I want to make clothes that flatter all silhouettes. The Jessica Simpson Collection is not geared

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Mel B Reflects On The Spice Girls Days: ‘We Were 5 Crazy Ladies On A Mission’

With rumors of a possible Spice Girls reunion floating around the web, it’s possible we may see our favorite ’90s girl group back together again. Although Melanie Brown (better known as Scary Spice) couldn’t confirm the reports in a HuffPost Live conversation on Tuesday, the pop star did take a moment to reminisce about the group’s glory days.

“We were just five crazy ladies on a mission,” she told host Caroline Modarressy-Tehrani. “We’re five girls who launched something pretty incredible — girl power — and spread our music. And we’re still good friends to this day.”

The singer added that she and the fellow Spice women are “constantly supporting each other” in their solo pursuits. For Mel B, this means her new app PingTank, while for Victoria Beckham, it’s her eponymous fashion line.

“She’s built an incredible empire,” Mel B said of Beckham. “I wear one of her dresses every now and again. I think they’re amazing and I think she’s amazing.”

And though the group’s largely out doing their own things, they’ve maintained their family-like bond.

“We’re like sisters,” Mel B affirmed. “We get on one minute. We scream, fight and argue. Then we have a cup of tea together and tell each other how much we love each other.”

Watch more from Mel B’s conversation with HuffPost Live here.

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