2019 Color of the Year (Coral)

“Color is an equalizing lens through which we experience our natural and digital realities and this is particularly true for Living Coral,” says Leatrice Eiseman, executive director of the Pantone Color Institute. “With consumers craving human interaction and social connection, the humanizing and heartening qualities displayed by the convivial Pantone Living Coral hit a responsive … Continue reading 2019 Color of the Year (Coral)

5 Women on the Agony and Ecstasy of Bachelorette Parties

Photo by Zoriana Stakhniv on Unsplash BY CHLOE HALL “I have come to view bachelorette parties as liminal spaces where traditional codes of conduct and behaviors do not exist,” explains Maria, a twenty-something New Yorker who has attended two — I can’t believe we’re calling it this — “last days of freedom” parties for the women in her life. “I fear the invite,” adds Ariel, … Continue reading 5 Women on the Agony and Ecstasy of Bachelorette Parties

3 Women on Why They Walked Themselves Down the Aisle

Photo: Photo by Jane Barlow — WPA Pool/Getty Images By Madison Feller When Meghan Markle decided to enter St. George’s Chapel alone at the royal wedding, people were in awe. Markle walked herself down the aisle — a first for any royal British bride — before joining Prince Charles, her now-husband’s father. It was a historic moment, and one that mirrored a lot of … Continue reading 3 Women on Why They Walked Themselves Down the Aisle