Hugo Boss' Logo Bit Loafers is a modern version of the mid-1930s loafers. Instead of slightly worn-out or rugged style shoes, these new loafers are rather more formal and sleek. In front is the vamp, which is slightly pointed. Unlike other shoes, this one shows off the tongue part...

Kirsten Dunst is riding the Chanel wave from the Cannes Film Festival across the Mediterranean to Turkey where she's been spotted wearing Chanel to two events. Dunst wore Chanel Haute Couture from the Spring 2011 collection to a Courtney Love performance that she attended with Ryan McGinley....

The Bit is offered with a practical carrying bag for easy transporting. The price is 95 Euros and can be ordered through www.glodos.com or google it as it is sold on various websites such as Toyella.

We visit Brisbane's ‘Old Museum' and the superb surreal and bold color photography of Elouise van Riet-Gray in an editorial with topiary bunnies and giant cornstalks. In typical American fashion, Steven Klein explores the conflict between sensuality and being ‘the good mother' in the...

1 phillip lim top, Forever21 Ring) It was a quiet Turkey Day at home with my fam. Started the day running around for last minute ingredients and watching "Home for the Holidays"(a must see every Thanksgiving). Decked out in no other than sweat pants, to fit all the food I planned to eat. We...

It's Thanksgiving today and as my whole set of family and friends will be focusing in on Turkey, stuffing and cranberry, I thought I'd take a step out and concentrate on a different food group: cereal. Yes, I know I'm slightly obsessed. When designers starting sending AW14 designs down the...

We're just one day away from the greatest meal of the year, and while there's much to be done in preparation for the big family gathering, we've managed to squeeze in some time with a few of our favorite American models to chat about all things turkey and pumpkin pie related. While backstage...

This article titled "How to cook Christmas turkey. On the barbecue" was written by Oliver Thring, for guardian.co.uk on Tuesday 20th December 2011 10.00 UTC If you've never barbecued a whole turkey before (neither had I until a couple of days ago), I'd like to suggest it as an option this...

It's Turkey Day back home and though I failed somewhat miserably in my American dream of taking the day off today, I do have a rather fun day ahead of me culminating with good company and a bit of turkey, so I can't really complain. But as ever, I'm sad to be missing the festivities back home,...

For a moist and tender turkey that is cooked through, the optimum temperature on your meat thermometer should read 165 degrees. Remember, like all meat, your turkey will continue to cook for a bit while it rests (which allows the juices to run back into the meat.) Let the bird rest out of...

 

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