Promotional duties for films often require actresses to have multiple outfit changes in a day as they dart from premieres to photocalls to interviews. Jennifer Lawrence is currently doing the press rounds for her new release Dark Phoenix, and yesterday she wore three outfits which can only be described as phenomenal. Jennifer Lawrence often makes sexy choices for the red carpet, leaning on slinky silhouettes and plunging necklines. To the premiere last night she wore a black sleeved Dior gown with a full skirt, belt at the waist and wide sleeves, but the demure dress was spiced up with an open neckline down to her belly button. For the after party she wore a champagne-coloured sequin slip dress with an open back and 90s spaghetti straps so thin they look like floss. But the outfit that really got our attention was her white cropped T-shirt that she wore with a chilly-red leather midi skirt with a slight pleat. She paired it with a number of chain necklaces, her trusty circular Ray-Bans and a pair of ankle strap leather black sandals.
“Growing up, we’d joke that we’d wait nine months to spend three months of summer living the good life — time we’d spend boating, sailing and fishing — on Martha’s Vineyard with our family and friends,” says Shep of the Vineyard Vines ideology origins. This pursuit of happiness eventually led the brothers to quit their banking jobs in 1998 to sell neckties out of their Jeep instead. Before long, this summertime mentality became their full-time one, and they’ve never looked back.
“That ethos stuck with Vineyard Vines throughout the years and ‘every day should feel this good’ became our brand motto, our mantra, our way of life,” explains Ian. “That’s how we live our lives and that’s how we’ve built Vineyard Vines.”
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Why do some people have such a knee jerk reaction to preppy styles? There are a few reasons that go beyond personal preference. The first is the notion that “preppy” brands, ones that typically rely on bold colors and whimsical patterns, are neither chic nor sophisticated, and therefore should not be associated with the fashion world. This has been an ongoing debate for years (just look at this heated take and rebuttal). Beyond its affiliation with the one percent, the oversaturation of preppy style in the early- to mid- 2000s also lingers as a not-so-distant memory. This period of time still triggers unsettling, Tommy Girl-scented visions of ribbon belts, clashing patterns and layered Polo shirts (all with the collars popped, of course). The assumption that prep directly correlates to a garish way of dress — one that pairs loud bow-ties with a seersucker suit, a madras shirt and an equally obnoxious bro — remains a very real, frat-tastic stereotype today.
“For us, we like New England style, so we prefer those classics that are functional for going from to work to sailing to a family cookout,” adds Patrick. His and Vickers’s practical, yet photogenic eye for style is exactly why they’ve amassed over a million followers and launched a booming business selling these traditional wardrobe staples.
Patrick’s version of prep is close to the definition as a style that goes back to upper-class leisure activities (like tennis, sailing and squash) and private university-preparatory boarding schools across the Northeast and New England. And in case you missed Fashionista’s trend report, the prepster look is making a comeback this year. “Preppy today doesn’t necessarily have to be Brooks Brothers,” says MaryKate Boylan, fashion market editor at Town & Country. “The Celine Fall 2019 woman is the ultimate Upper East Side lady, but it’s cool because it’s Hedi Slimane.” But it doesn’t stop there, and goes beyond Ralph Lauren: “Thom Browne has made classic, preppy dressing cool by giving it a twist of shrunken fits and plays on proportion or unexpected prints and patterns,” adds Boylan, and “Loewe has its own version of the Patagonia fleece.”
Even when it isn’t splashed across the runways, preppy dress doesn’t disappear like a passing fad. That’s because its heart and soul is rooted in classic, iconic styles. Items like double-breasted blazers, chinos, tweed, loafers, polo shirts and trench coats will always be around, and “most people have some of these elements in their closet whether they consider their style preppy or not,” says Boylan. “Just look at the way John and Jackie Kennedy dressed, or many royals from the last eighty years. You could wear many of those outfits today.”
Carly Heitlinger, the popular blogger more commonly known as Carly The Prepster, echoes Boylan’s sentiments. “Almost everything I used to post about is still in style because it is a timeless look,” she says. “I love that sweaters I got in college are still [ones] I reach for today.”
Despite its timeless nature, being a “prep” still isn’t the coolest thing to be defined as, even after stripping away the stigma surrounding it. “You don’t see Bella, Gigi and Kylie wearing shift dresses with Jack Rogers [sandals] and a sweater around their neck,” Boylan explains. “You see them wearing these hip, young Instagram brands you haven’t heard of before and major fashion designers. They’re showing skin, wearing athleisure and never repeating an outfit.”
Preppy may not be “cool,” but that’s the thing some people don’t get about lifestyle-centric brands: it doesn’t matter to them. According to Shep and Ian, Vineyard Vines avoids chasing trends altogether and instead focuses on creating great products. “We’ve never considered ourselves a fashion brand,” they say. “What we’ve been doing is contemporizing preppy with not only fit, but also by fabrication. We take performance fabrics — stretch, polyester, wicking — and put them into classic styles, so you’re able to look preppy, but also relevant in today’s world.”
One lucrative way to do this is through partnerships that drum up hype and offer customers new ways to engage. “Fans of most brands go crazy when there are capsules at places like Target or H&M and they can get coveted pieces for a fraction of the cost,” explains Boylan of the fanfare surrounding these launches. “It just goes to show that these brands have an extremely loyal fan base as well as an admiring customer who maybe can’t afford the real thing, but can shell out $20 to $50 for something.”
Capsule collections are also designed with the hope to get products in front of the eyes — and hopefully into the hands — of new clientele. “Our partnership with Target provides a powerful opportunity to expand our reach and spread our message of ‘every day should feel this good’ far and wide,” explains Shep and Ian. With over 300 items, most of which are priced under $35, everything was designed “for creating the ultimate summer gathering with friends and family.” Vineyard Vines’s goal is to show people that they can make something as simple as a weeknight dinner feel like the good life, whether that’s through decorating with an island-inspired table runner, wearing a red, white and blue romper, or using a nautical serving tray.
Of course, it’s okay if not everyone shopping at Target wants to bring the happy pink whale logo home with them. But even if you’re in the anti-whale contingent, you can still recognize that it brings other people happiness. At the end of the day, everyone is looking for something to make them smile — which is exactly why feel-good brands like Vineyard Vines are here to stick around well beyond next summer, and are able to see consistent success in a largely trend-driven market.
MONDAY, June 3, 2019 (HealthDay News) — An alarming number of teens practice self-harm, but lesbian, gay and bisexual teens may be more than twice as likely as their straight peers to cut, hit or bruise themselves, new research warns.
While between 10% and 20% of heterosexual teens engaged in these dangerous behaviors, 38% to 53% of lesbian, gay and bisexual teens did, the study found.
“Rates of non-suicidal self-injury were consistently elevated among lesbian, gay and bisexual youth, compared to heterosexual peers,” said study author Richard Liu.
What’s more, “rates of [self-harm] have decreased among heterosexual youth from 2005 through 2017, but not among [lesbian and gay] youth over the same time period,” added Liu. He is an assistant professor in the department of psychiatry and human behavior at the Alpert Medical School of Brown University in Rhode Island.
That is a “striking” development, he said, “given that the very high [lesbian, gay and bisexual] rates meant that there was greater room for potential improvement.”
What explains the trend? Liu suggested that the “stigma and discrimination experienced by these youth may be contributing factors,” putting these teens at greater risk for “poor mental health outcomes, including depression, and suicidal thoughts and behaviors.”
The finding follows an analysis that looked at self-injury risk among more than 21,000 high schoolers in the state of Massachusetts between 2005 and 2017.
Bridget Hughes serves as senior director of youth services at the Hetrick-Martin Institute (HMI) in New York City, the nation’s first and largest organization that provides free services and advocacy for LGBTQ youth.
“While the findings are alarming, they aren’t surprising to us at HMI, given what we see regularly among youth coming in to our programs,” she said.
Hughes noted, for example, that from an early age, LGBT youth — particularly those of color — are often subject to “emotional isolation” as a result of blame, shame and criticism of their core identities and feelings. They are also much more likely to end up homeless, in foster care or involved with the juvenile justice system, and they face a harder time finding work, she added.
TUESDAY, June 4, 2019 (HealthDay News) — When people who are addicted to opioids make the difficult decision to quit, the last thing they need to face are barriers to treatment.
Yet, a new “secret shopper” study suggests most addicts seeking a prescription for buprenorphine — which helps people stop using opioids — would have trouble even getting an appointment with a doctor qualified to dispense the drug.
When researchers called doctors’ offices posing as addicts who wanted to get a prescription for buprenorphine so they could stop using heroin, 46% of those who said they had Medicaid were denied an appointment, while 38% of those who said they would pay in cash were turned away.
“When people are seeking treatment, you want to make it as easy as possible. But our study showed you have to be quite persistent. That can be tough and might lead to them giving up,” said study senior author Dr. Michael Barnett. He’s an assistant professor of health policy and management at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health in Boston.
Barnett said buprenorphine is “a long-acting medication that stimulates the same receptors in the brain as opioids. It helps quash cravings without the euphoria or high of opioids. It lets people get back to their life.”
The challenge in prescribing it, however, is that people have to be in mild to moderate withdrawal before they can be given the drug. Paradoxically, if you are high on opioids and you take buprenorphine, it sends you into an immediate and difficult withdrawal. So, it must be carefully administered by someone who’s had the right training, Barnett explained.
Providers have to obtain a federal waiver to be able to prescribe buprenorphine. Doctors have to have eight hours of training, and nurse practitioners and physician assistants need 24 hours of training. Fewer than 6% of doctors in the United States have these waivers. And even those who do aren’t always actively prescribing the drug.
The U.S. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration maintains a public list of doctors who agreed to be listed when they obtained their waivers to prescribe buprenorphine.
For the study, two female researchers called the doctors on this list. They posed as heroin addicts seeking an appointment for a buprenorphine prescription. They posed as either a patient with Medicaid or someone who would pay with cash. Each doctor’s office was called twice, several weeks apart.
The researchers planned to call nearly 1,100 providers in six states. However, 530 of the providers were culled from the list because they had invalid contact information (such as a non-working phone number) or they were no longer prescribing buprenorphine.
Some of the remaining doctors couldn’t be reached. For example, their phone may have gone to voicemail instead of a live person. The researchers completed just over 430 calls as a Medicaid patient, and nearly 420 as a cash payer.
Only between half and two-thirds of doctors scheduling an appointment planned to give a prescription on the first visit.
One bright spot the study found was when researchers did find a doctor willing to book an appointment, the wait time was often less than two weeks.
“We do have a prescriber workforce that is open for business and ready to help, but it may be hard for patients to find these providers in those directories,” Barnett said.
As to why people, particularly the Medicaid group, had trouble getting an appointment, Barnett said there are a number of reasons why. One is that Medicaid may put up barriers to prescribing buprenorphine, such as requiring a prior authorization before prescribing the medication. Also, he said, some doctors didn’t want to accept cash payments.
And, he said, there may still be a stigma against these patients. “They’re just people. It’s like treating any other chronic illness, and buprenorphine can literally turn people’s lives around,” Barnett explained.
The findings were published June 3 in the Annals of Internal Medicine.
Dr. Pooja Lagisetty, an assistant professor at the University of Michigan and a primary care physician herself, co-wrote an editorial that accompanied the study. “There was a big difference between those willing to take Medicaid versus the self-pay patients. It makes you question whether insurance may not be reimbursing enough,” she said.
“Addiction is a disease, and people do better on this medication when they’re on it long term. We need to make sure providers are being appropriately reimbursed for the care they’re providing,” Lagisetty said.
Dr. Paul Earley, president of the American Society of Addiction Medicine, said, “What’s most disconcerting is that some of the states with the worst opioid overdoses are where people had a harder time getting an appointment.”
Earley said in this age of data, it shouldn’t be too hard to ask a doctor to be sure to update their information on the list every year, so that people trying to get help aren’t frustrated by calling numbers that are out-of-date and aren’t working.
He also said that doctors seeking the federal waivers that allow them to prescribe should set up a system for caring for these patients. Earley said they need urine testing to be sure they’re taking the medication as they should, and that they need to be called more often with appointment reminders.
“All of those things require a certain amount of work to set up,” he said. But it can be done successfully, Earley noted, pointing to the doctors who were able to see patients quickly in this study.
TUESDAY, June 4, 2019 (HealthDay News) — Deaths from falls are increasing sharply among elderly Americans, a new study finds.
Nearly 25,000 people 75 and older died as a result of falls in 2016 — almost three times as many as in 2000. And experts warn that the toll is likely to rise along with population shifts.
“As the United States population continues to age, we can expect more deaths from falls,” said researcher Robin Lee, an epidemiologist at the Injury Center of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. “We can also expect more hospitalizations and nursing home admissions as a result of falls.”
An estimated $50 billion was spent on medical care related to falls in 2015, Lee said.
For both men and women, the death rate due to falls per 100,000 people roughly doubled between 2000 and 2016, according to the study.
For men, the rate rose from about 61 per 100,000 to 116. Among women, the death rate jumped from 46 to 106 per 100,000.
Not surprisingly, the danger rose as people got older, Lee’s team confirmed.
In 2016, for example, the death rate due to falls among 75- to 79-year-olds was 42 per 100,000. Among those 95 and older, the rate was 591 per 100,000.
Exactly why these rates are rising isn’t really clear, researchers said. What is clear, they emphasized, is that falls don’t have to happen in the first place.
“Caregivers should know that falls are preventable, and they can encourage their loved ones to speak to their doctor about their fall risk,” Lee said.
The report was published June 4 in the Journal of the American Medical Association.
Another study in the same issue tested a home-based exercise program aimed at helping seniors prevent falls.
That study was led by Teresa Liu-Ambrose of the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada. Her team found that the program — in which a physical therapist visits the home and provides strength and balance retraining exercises — reduced falls over 12 months by 36%.
TUESDAY, June 4, 2019 (HealthDay News) — Being an Instagram influencer isn’t always a good thing. New research found that vulnerable young people who see online posts of self-harm — like cutting — may copy those destructive behaviors.
Almost one-third of teens and young adults who reported seeing self-harm posts on Instagram said they had performed the same or similar self-harming behavior afterwards.
Seeing these images online “normalizes” the behavior, according study senior author Dan Romer. He’s research director of the Annenberg Public Policy Center at the University of Pennsylvania.
“Vulnerable kids think, ‘Well, maybe that’s something I should consider doing,'” he said.
Romer noted that this problem goes beyond just Instagram. “Kids who don’t have mental health problems wouldn’t repeatedly self-harm. It’s vulnerable kids trying to relieve their distress,” he explained. But he added that this study indicates that these types of social media posts can be harmful to teens and young adults.
The researchers initially became concerned about the potential effects of self-harm posts after a British father said his 14-year-old daughter had looked at explicit self-harming images on Instagram before killing herself. The social media site has since said that graphic depictions of self-harm aren’t allowed in posts.
Self-harm typically refers to cutting, but can include other behaviors such as burning, hitting or head-banging. Self-harm isn’t usually suicidal, but people who engage in self-harm are at increased risk for suicide, the researchers said. Posts depicting self-harm on Instagram commonly show mild or moderate injuries. But some posts included bleeding flesh wounds from cutting an extremity.
Instagram has more than 500 million daily active users and more than 1 billion monthly users, according to the researchers. The social media site is very popular with young people.
The study included more than 700 teens and young adults (ages 18 to 29). Eighty percent of the study volunteers were women. They were interviewed twice, a month apart. The interviews occurred in May and June 2018, before Instagram said it would try to reduce graphic self-harm posts.
Almost half — 43% — said they had seen at least one self-harm post on Instagram. Many reported seeing more than one such post. Most — 80% — of those who reported seeing these posts said their exposure to them was accidental.
Almost two out of the three people surveyed said that the self-harm posts were emotionally disturbing.
Six out of 10 who saw these posts said they thought about how it might feel to do something like that. And 33% of those exposed to the self-harm posts said at the first interview that they had done the same or similar harm to themselves as a result of seeing the post.
During the second interview a month later, people who said they’d seen a self-harm post during the first interview were more likely to have self-harmed than people who hadn’t seen such a post.
Romer noted that the study cannot prove that seeing the posts directly led people to self-harm.
But, he said, “Kids who see these posts and are vulnerable probably aren’t going to get a good message.”
Romer said parents need to be concerned if they notice behaviors linked to depression in their kids, such as being online all the time, isolating themselves and sadness. These are kids that might be more susceptible to things they see online.
Since it’s nearly impossible to completely ban access to social media, Romer said open communication with parents is even more crucial for today’s young people.
Dr. Alan Geller, a psychiatrist at NewYork-Presbyterian’s Gracie Square Hospital in New York City, agreed that communication is key.
“Adolescents have to understand your limits and expectations,” said Geller, who wasn’t involved in the study. “It’s like limit-setting for anything — alcohol or cigarettes or, now, marijuana. Children and teens have access to these risks and parents have a responsibility to set limits and clearly communicate those limits.”
And, he said, parents need to routinely check in with their teens about these challenges. Geller suggested doing so at least once a week.
Like Romer, Geller said that parents need to be on the lookout for signs, including repeated self-harm, that a teen or young adult is depressed or suicidal. If parents or other loved ones have concerns, teens and young adults should see a psychologist or psychiatrist for help.
The study was published online May 27 in New Media and Society.
And here we are at the final part of the guide to the female erogenous zones. This is where you will learn the different stimulation techniques that drive women wild. Let’s face it: any accomplished lover has to master these techniques in order to earn the respect and love of women and the envy of less skilled men.
The study of erogenous zones teaches the good student what works and why and enables him to make techniques up on the fly. The biggest problem with sex is that men assume that women like the same things that they do. Men love to have their penises touched, fondled and sucked any time, provided a five seconds notice is given.
Women, on the other hand, don’t like to have their genitals touched just like that. They are not ready for action at all times and do not appreciate it when men get right into the thick of it without bothering to get the lady aroused. This is not good manners, if you know what I mean. So the basic idea is to get the woman into the mood by stimulating all the sensitive spots that we have discussed before. Men can always start experiment with anathens escort or athens escorts.
After the customary wining and dining, or whatever your approach is, enter the foreplay mode. I know that some guys find foreplay boring and think that driving her home should be considered part of it. But this is the exact point where they miss all the fun. Foreplay is about exploration and pleasure. Lying on the couch in the same position for 10 minutes and kissing is bad foreplay.
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Women like to see they’re able to drive men crazy, but don’t be obsessed only by her body. It will insult her intelligence. If something you do is not working, change it. Don’t spend a minute kissing a spot that the woman doesn’t care about. And if she tells you to stop in a serious voice, don’t assume that she’s joking. Stop whatever it is you’re doing and talk to her.
Always read the body signs. The only things you can do to any erogenous zone are to kiss it, lick it or caress it. Her body will tell you if she likes what you’re doing and how you’re doing it. She’ll try to guide you toward getting the best stimulation possible, but she won’t use words every time. Pay attention to her movements.
Maybe that squirming is not pleasure but an attempt to get a better position or to change your angle of approach. Learn all you can from these articles and then go and experiment everything. Be firm, but not pushy, be in control, but not domineering, be attentive, but not bookish and be gentle, but not a pushover. And don’t forget to enjoy yourself while giving her a lot of pleasure. Otherwise it has no use, has it?
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What to Do While You Wait for Plumbing Emergency Service
Plumbing emergencies happen, and usually at the most inconvenient and expensive times.
When a plumbing disaster happens after business hours or on a weekend, the temptation is great to wait till Monday morning and avoid the after-hour surcharge. Plumbers(ΑΠΟΦΡΑΞΕΙΣ) provide 24hours plumbing emergency service, but the company understand that sometimes it’s just not practical to get a plumber there immediately.
Depending on your plumbing emergency, you may be able to do some emergency intervention to keep things from getting much worse while you wait. Whether your emergency is a clogged toilet, a slow drain or broken pipes gushing water in your basement, there are some things you can and should do while you wait for the plumber to arrive.
Stop the Flow
The most pressing emergency most homeowners face is a broken pipe filling your basement, kitchen or bathroom with water. If you suddenly have cascades of water pouring down from your ceiling or out from under your sink, the first order of business is to stop the flow, says the pros plumber.
The plumbing service recommends that you try to visually locate the leak, then track the pipe back to the closest shut off valve. It may be behind the toilet, under the sink or located close to places where pipes branch off in your basement or wall access. Turn it clockwise to turn off the flow of water into the leaking pipe. A word of warning – if it doesn’t turn easily, don’t force it. Instead, try a shut-off valve further along the line.
Put a Bucket Under It
If the problem is a slow leak at a faucet or pipe joint, but the drain is flowing well, you can probably get by with a bucket or basin directly under the leaky joint. Limit your use of the drain, or of the water source that draws from the leaky pipe to avoid worsening the leak.
If you can do without it entirely until the plumber arrives, find the closest shut-off valve and shut it off. A slow drip can usually wait over the weekend, but don’t delay any longer than that, say the Fort Worth plumbing emergency service, or you could find yourself with a major emergency at an even worse time.
Ask for Advice
While no plumber will even attempt to diagnose your plumbing emergency over the telephone, most will advise you on common emergency measures you can take while you wait for the cavalry to arrive.
When you call plumbing emergency service, explain your situation clearly and ask what you can do to limit the damage until the plumber arrives.
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l liked the conservative style and the good quality of its fabrics. Marghi Lo collections are mostly with earth like colours and for people with a modest dressing style.
Modest fashion is a new trend in clothing and in the fashion industry. Another fashion blog has a whole big article about modest fashion and the modest fashion designers from UK. Many of the outfits they have are for every day life, but l think that the prices are far high for me and l cannot pay 300 dollars or 300 euros, if you are in Europe for a modest outfit of a no name fashion designer.
So the two things l have done are:
To search on the internet for fashion outlets
To find fashion brands that are not in the high end in prices but they are in quality
As soon as it may concern, who wants her fancy, expensive clothes to wear out after a month? It happened to me several times, and believe me it was an awful feeling. l think every woman had passed the same situation to buy something really expensive and till she wear it for the first time it was for the recycle department.
Not to mention the tears and the alternative cost you have to pay to buy something similar and to renew your guard robe. Modest fashion for modest people that l liked in BrandsVice.
BrandsVice is a stock outlet that offers more than 50% discounts in every season of the year and that is why l use it for my casual shopping experience. l think that every woman deserves to shop high end brand at least once in her life, even if she is not in the high end income category.
The problem is that every clothe or apparel is unique and you have to be a little hasty to buy it. So if you find something that you like, you need to buy it right away, because as every stock outlet on the internet, they have only stock pieces and only limited sizes and styles.
No one wants to drink or bathe in rusty water. It’s not good for your laundry or dishes either. But what causes rusty water?
Determining the origin of rusty water isn’t always easy, but checking some common sources could bring you a step closer to understand why it’s affecting your home.
The first thing you should check is whether it’s only the hot water that’s rusty. Turn on one tap at a time and test the flow. If it’s just the hot water that’s a problem, the cause could be an aging water heater. When the tank begins to rust from the inside, the hot water puts out rusty as well.
Rust is oxidized iron. If your house is old like most, the plumbing system was probably built with iron pipes. Usually, if there is only a small amount of sediment, the rust settles on the bottom of pipes and will only come out if it’s disturbed.
However, if there is a lot of pipe sediment, it will show up in your tap in the form of orange or yellow water.
Maybe It’s The Pipes
If you can’t figure out the problem to an issue inside your home, it could be coming from the municipal pipes. Old pipes often rust on the inside. If there is construction nearby, it could disturb the sediment in the main water line. A change in water pressure may move the sediment into your home’s plumbing system.
You can test whether it’s coming from a source outside your home by turning on your outdoor garden hose. If the water is clear, the rust is coming from inside your home, not the public system.
What’s the Solution?
If you’ve narrowed down that the rusty water is coming from your own plumbing, try flushing out the pipes first. Turn on most taps in different areas of the home and let them run for approximately 20 minutes. If the sediment does not dissapear, wait for 30 minutes and try it again.
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