Day: April 4, 2021

Gen-Z Influencers Say These 5 Trends Are Going to Be Huge in 2021

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8 Women On How Their Style Changed When They Moved Cities & Towns

The pandemic has shifted people’s priorities in many ways, from career changes to lockdown breakups. For some, suddenly being confined to the four walls of a cramped flat in the middle of an exorbitantly priced city had them seeking pastures new. There were those whose changing perspective found them new residents of bucolic villages and quaint coastal towns, while there were others who left their motherland to embrace the next new adventure abroad. The ultimate chance for reinvention, a big move offers the question: how much of what we wear is dictated by where we live? Does the character of a city – or the anonymity it provides – influence what you choose to wear each morning? How much does the need for practical, weather-faring pieces like wellies and raincoats have you tapping out

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NCAA Men’s Tournament Top Moments: Final Four

And then there were two.

The 11-seed UCLA Bruins went on a Cinderella story run and fought their hardest to keep it alive.

But they met their end against the undefeated, top-seeded Gonzaga Bulldogs, thanks to an unbelievable 3-pointer at the buzzer in overtime by freshman guard Jalen Suggs, propelling Gonzaga to a 93-90 win.

Before that, the 2-seed Houston Cougars faced the 1-seed Baylor Bears, as just one Texas team could two-step into Monday’s national championship game.

That team was the Baylor Bears, who won in dominant fashion.

Here are the top moments and plays from the Final Four.

No. 2 Houston Cougars vs. No. 1 Baylor Bears
Result: Baylor wins 78-59

High-flying act

Houston guard DeJon Jarreau showed off his vertical early against Baylor, but it wasn’t for a dunk. Instead, it was on defense.

Microwave

Matthew Mayer has been a spark off the bench

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Dog Fashion for Your Pandemic Puppy Goes Luxury

ON A RECENT sunny day, a French bulldog named Hector took a walk with his owner to a café near their home in Los Angeles. As usual, Hector wore his $380 French leather “Dorró” collar and $520 “Tascher” leash, both in beige. That day he left his $680 “Colombo” harness at home, although it’s one of his favorites. All are made by Pagerie, the high-end dog accessories company launched by his owner, Mandy Madden Kelley, a lawyer turned fashion influencer turned entrepreneur. According to Ms. Madden Kelley, a neighbor walking a cat (this was Los Angeles, after all) stopped and asked where Hector’s accessories came from. “It literally looks like it’s Hermès or something,” the admirer said.

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For Ms. Madden Kelley—a New Zealander who blogs about motherhood, beauty and, yes, dogs—it was a gratifying moment. “I

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