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APR 29, 2016 - Huffington Post

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Jaden Smith's Cutout Hat Brings New Meaning To 'Whip My Hair'

We bet Jaden Smith didn't even need to bring a present to Gigi Hadid's 21st birthday bash. His presence is simply enough.  Hadid celebrated her big day in style with a party drawing all of young Hollywood to hotspot The Nice Guy, and, of course, Smith showed up to slay them all. The 17-year-old son to Will and Jada arrived ...

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APR 14, 2016 - Huffington Post

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Giacomo Fortunato: To Hell and Back

New York-based photographer Giacomo Fortunato feels strongly about taking time each year to create a personal project. "Every winter I take on a personal project to stay sane," he says, and this winter, he was able to take on a personal project that matched one of his lifelong passions: heavy metal. Giacomo has always wanted to do a project involving ...

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APR 13, 2016 - Huffington Post

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Street Artists At the Marrakech Biennale: Urban, Contemporary & Public

Marrakech. The Medina. Old City. (photo © Jaime Rojo) Marrakech's old city greets you with winding narrow streets, speeding Vespas and razor thin margins for passing. There are insistent vendors, pointed mountains of spices, piles of oranges, the fragrance of roses and argan oil, hammam massage offers, un-metered taxis, slowly clopping horse-drawn carriages and plenty of scruffy cats sitting in ...

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APR 13, 2016 - Huffington Post

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Street Artists At The Marrakech Biennale: Urban, Contemporary & Public

Marrakech. The Medina. Old City. (photo © Jaime Rojo) Marrakech's old city greets you with winding narrow streets, speeding Vespas and razor thin margins for passing. There are insistent vendors, pointed mountains of spices, piles of oranges, the fragrance of roses and argan oil, hammam massage offers, un-metered taxis, slowly clopping horse-drawn carriages and plenty of scruffy cats sitting in ...

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