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The Wednesday Five

By Women's Voices For Change
In this week's Wednesday Five: how the women of 'Hamilton' are changing Broadway; a new documentary “Her Story” looks at women’s achievements; the Vogue documentary on last year’s Metropolitan Museum of Art’s 'China: Through the Looking Glass'; Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy dreams of a second Oscar; and the 106-year-old Virginia McLaurin meets the Obamas.
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Books · Fashion & Beauty

The Spring Fashion Book List

By Women's Voices For Change
This spring, add to your Spring Reading List a few books by and about some of the most influential and game-changing women in fashion. These selections delve into the complicated lives of women like Elsa Schiaparelli, Betty Halbreich, Edith Head, and Loulou de la Falaise.
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Fashion & Beauty · Fine Art

Fashion Friday: Fashion and the Art of Impressionism

By Women's Voices For Change
Fashion in the Impressionist era shunned the old adage that less is more. Instead, it was a period of exaggerated silhouettes, volume, exuberance, vibrancy, and, yes, lots of excess. For those of you who relish a 19th-century French feast full of pleats, petticoats, corsets, muslins, gloves, laces, ruches, ball gowns, and oh yes, parasols.
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Fashion & Beauty

Fashion Friday: Ten Summer Indulgences from Deborah Needleman

By Women's Voices For Change
To swing into July, we asked several accomplished women we admire to come up with 10 suggestions for a sweet summer. Our first fashionable dreamer is Deborah Needleman, editor-in-chief of "WSJ," the Wall Street Journal magazine, as well as the creator of the "Off Duty" weekend section of "The Wall Street Journal" and the author of "The Perfectly Imperfect Home."
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Emotional Health · Lifestyle

Joy for January

By Mary Kelly Selover
By Mary Kelly Selover

Some frothy and amusing things to try in 2012—positive "proddings" that will balance the self-denying obligations you have on your list of New Year's resolutions.

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NewsMix: Carly Fiorina Talks Health Care To BlogHer; Midlife Women Rule Vanity Fair “International Best Dressed” List; New Film Highlights Legendary Violinist, 67

By Womens Voices for Change
Here’ s the plan, Fiorina tells BlogHer: Women keep asking for more details about the Presidential candidates’ health care plans. Now, Carly Fiorina, former CEO of Hewlett-Packard and a McCain adviser, has described McCain’s plan in full on a special page at Blogher.com, including: John McCain’s plan builds on the current system and allows for greater choices for American families…
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