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How The Star Became An Unexpected Fashion Icon In 2021

Actress Megan Fox is seen on April 01, 2021 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by John Sciulli/WireImage)

Megan Fox has never struggled to look good, having topped countless Most Beautiful lists for more than a decade. With her long dark locks, striking features and penchant for a red lip, the actress has provided ample beauty inspiration over the years – but now it seems Fox is set to serve as muse for your wardrobe, too.

The star has been spotted in a raft of the most covetable designer wares in recent months, leading many to wonder when this elevated sense of style developed. By all accounts, it began earlier this year, when Fox – fresh off an escalation in media attention thanks to her relationship with Machine Gun Kelly – engaged one of fashion’s most notable names, Maeve Reilly.

As a top-tier celebrity stylist, Reilly regular works with the

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The Best Men’s Jewelry in Fashion Right Now

Johnny Nelson came to jewelry back when he was a punk rapper known as Johnny Matchsticks, a nickname he earned by stabbing a match into his pierced earlobe before shows. When he wanted to upgrade to a matchstick earring made out of gold, he couldn’t find one—so he decided to figure out how to make his own.

After finding a mentor in New York City’s diamond district and learning how to carve molds and cast precious metals, Nelson introduced designs both punk and political to his nascent line: razor blade rings, All Power Fist studs, and civil-rights-hero-portrait pendants, pieces informed by his experience in the underground music scene and as a victim of police brutality. “I knew that I wanted to use my platform to spread awareness of the injustices we face, but I wanted to do it through the powerful statement of something like a four-finger ring,” he says.

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Fashion And Beauty Brands Pledged To Support Black Influencers. So How Are They Doing?

In the summer of 2020, the world finally took notice of the disproportionate rate at which African Americans were being murdered at the hands of law enforcement. People on social media took these injustices to task and drew attention to the plight that has long affected the Black community.

Black beauty and fashion professionals used their online platforms to share experiences of discrimination and unfair treatment in their respective industries. Out of fear of “cancel culture,” many brands scrambled to assess their history for signs of complicity and made promises to hire diversity officers and support Black voices in social media moving forward.

Now that 2020 is behind us, are those brands fulfilling their promises? We spoke with industry insiders and four Black influencers from the beauty and fashion spheres to check on how corporations are doing, and what steps are being taken to support a more

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2 Compelling Dividend Stocks Yielding at Least 8%; Oppenheimer Says ‘Buy’

The crises of the past year – the COVID pandemic, the social lockdowns, the economic shock – are on the wane, and that’s good. However, the crisis post-mortems are rolling in. It’s only natural to compare the current economic crisis to the ‘Great Recession’ of 12 years ago, but as Oppenheimer’s chief investment strategist John Stoltzfus points out, “Considering the differences in what caused the Great Financial Crisis of a little more than 12 years ago… and the current crisis… it’s little wonder that as good as things are when compared to this time last year there remains much to be revealed as to how the exit and the legacy of the pandemic crisis will take shape…” Stoltzfus also believes that the economic data, while suffering some setbacks, is generally resilient. Markets are rising, and that, as Stoltzfus

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