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Rosie Huntington-Whiteleys Thong Toe Sandals Are The Unlikely Hero of Her Ensemble – Yahoo Lifestyle
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Rosie Huntington Whiteleys on-trend ensemble for the Byredo store opening event last night deserves some special attention. For the occasion in Los Angeles on Feb. 13, the 32-year-old model was spotted wearing a minimalist, sharply tailored Bottega Venetta chocolate brown suit. The blazer had a deep V-neckline and a narrow belt that cinched at the waist. On the bottom, her trousers has a relaxed-fit silhouette, mimicking a jogger-style pant, especially when cuffed by the ankle straps of her sandals.
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Kate Bosworth Byredo Store Opening, Inside, Los Angeles, USA - 13 Feb 2020 Wearing Bottega Veneta
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Speaking of, Whiteley opted to finish off the look with one of the most controversial and trendiest shoe styles of the moment: the high-heeled thong sandal. The model is wearing the Bottega Veneta Spiral Sandals in chocolate. The Italian-made shoe has a single diagonal strap over foot, as well as a toe ring. Together this achieves the thong look. The aforementioned ankle straps coil around the leg like a snake.
This sighting confirms that Whiteley continues to be among the avid wearers of this celebrity-beloved trend. Recently, the multi-hyphenate was spotted in another Bottega Veneta version of the silhouette twice: first in the white colorway while in Los Angeles and then again in the brown iteration of the same style in New York City.
Joining Whiteley, actress Kate Bosworth also chose to wear a more minimalist ensemble for the event. She styled an oversized white dress and a pair of short black heels, featuring silver crystal embellishment. Suited for the occasion, Bosworth accessorized the look with a Byredo handbag. The closed-toe pumps offer a similar aesthetic to this Gianvito Rossi crystal-embellished sandals that Whiteley wore a few weeks ago for the Hourglass launch party in London.
From these chic ensembles, these two shoe trends show no signs of slowing down for the season ahead.
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Princess Diana is set to travel quite a bit in the next season of The Crown. Back in October, actors Josh O'Connor and Emma Corrin were seen restaging Prince Charles and Princess Diana's 1983 royal tour of Australia, and now, paparazzi have spotted Corrin filming another iconic royal tripthis time, Diana's 1989 solo visit to New York.
Corrin was photographed on set in Manchester, England, which had been done up to look like the streets of New York. She was wearing what appeared to be a recreation of Diana's white Victor Edelstein gown, which the royal wore to a charity gala at the Brooklyn Academy Of Music.
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The Crown also recreated another one of Diana's stops in New York: a visit to the Henry Street Settlement. According to the Manchester Evening News, a building in Manchester's Northern Quarter was modified to approximate the look of the Settlement.
Corrin was photographed in another costume, filming what was believed to be another New York scene. While her plaid skirt suit didn't quite resemble the clothing Princess Diana actually wore during her other stops in New Yorkthat would be a purple and black suitthe look does feel like something that Diana would've worn.
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Diana's three-day visit to New York is certainly deserving of some air time on The Crown. The Princess made waves when she visited the Henry Street Settlement and AIDS patients at a Harlem hospitaland of course, she made quite an impact at that gala.
Fans can look forward to seeing the show's take on these historical events when The Crown's fourth season debuts, likely later this year.
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After what seemed like a marathon of awards shows, red carpets, luncheons, and after-parties, Charlize Theron probably wanted to put her feet up, not slip into another pair of sky-high heels for an event. And while she didn't skip out on a Los Angeles event celebrating the launch of Birkenstock's 1774 collection, she did choose to slide into a pair of the brand's comfortable, decidedly down-to-earth designs. Does this mean that the crunchy sandals are officially red carpet-worthy? If Theron thinks so, it's only a matter of time.
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It went down at an event celebrating Argentinian artist Amalia Ulman at Frieze Los Angeles, where Theron wore a pair of white Birks with thick, crisscross straps. According to British Vogue, it's the new Siena style, which features "elevated" materials and tone-on-tone hardware. It may seem surprising to see Theron, who marched through awards season wearing couture Givenchy, Christian Dior, and Celine heels, in something so seemingly normal, but the event, which Birkenstock hosted in collaboration with Matchesfashion.com, most likely called for some support (which Birkenstocks are known for).
Theron also chose to skip out on the couture, pairing her sandals with wide-leg white pants and a Dior "Revolution" sweater, so while it was decidedly casual, it didn't eschew her penchant for donning Dior at events, whether they're big or small.
And even though they're not ceramicists or professors at liberal arts colleges, celebrities love Birks. Reese Witherspoon has evangelized her shearling-lined pair and everyone from Miranda Kerr to the Olsen twins have been spotted wearing them during their off-duty hours. While they're still a rarity on the red carpet, Theron's proving that they're certainly not just for farmers' market runs.
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Kate Middleton and Prince William are pressing pause momentarily on their royal duties after a very hectic few months (not made easier, most likely, by the shock resignation announcement from his brother Prince Harry). The reason is quite relatable, though, per Us Weekly: They just want to spend time with their three kids George, Charlotte, and Louis.
The two older children are at school at Thomas' Battersea school and will be on half-term break from February 17 to February 21. The Cambridges will often take breaks and head to another residence or abroad during this time; It's just that, given everything that's going on in the family, there's increased attention on the couple since Harry and Meghan Markle are no longer senior members of the Royal Family.
"The Cambridges are busier than ever since Harry and Meghan left the U.K. Youd think their hectic schedule would put strain on the marriage, but its actually brought them closer together, a source told Us Weekly. "Working as a team and supporting each other is essential at a time like this, and thats exactly what theyre doing."
If you recall, Kate just did two engagements this week alone, solo in Newtownards to promote her UK-wide survey (wearing a much-beloved outfit) and with William in Leicestershire at a rehabilitation center (in a McQueen military-style skirt suit). So they have been busy.
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Hyperbaric oxygen therapy can improve heart functionality in healthy aging humans.This, according to a new study by the Sagol Center for Hyperbaric Medicine and Research at Shamir Medical Center in Beer Yaakov.In this new study, director of the Sagol Center for Hyperbaric Medicine and Research at Shamir Medical Center Professor Shai Efrati and Dr. Marina Leitman, head of the Echocardiography Unit and Non-invasive Cardiology Service at Shamir Medical Center turned their attention to HBOTs impact on cardiac function.According to the center, the study of HBOT for cardiac function has been limited, mostly evaluating patients during and after short-term exposures. However, for the first time, the study was conducted in humans and it demonstrated that repetitive HBOT protocols have a sustained effect on heart function.Healthy patients receiving HBOT to improve cognitive function underwent a 60-session treatment course using the Sagol Centers regenerative HBOT protocols. Using a high-resolution echocardiography, patients were evaluated before HBOT was administered and three weeks after treatment concluded, to identify the sustained effect of the treatment. The study was conducted on 31 patients.Speaking to The Jerusalem Post, Efrati explained that hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) includes the inhalation of 100% oxygen at pressures exceeding one atmosphere absolute (ATA), which is the average atmospheric pressure exerted at sea level, in order to increase the amount of oxygen dissolved in the body tissues.Efrati, who has been pioneering new approaches for the application of HBOT treatments that specifically focus on HBOTs ability to trigger regeneration in the body, said that in the past HBOT has been applied worldwide mostly for chronic non-healing wounds. In recent years, there is growing evidence on the regenerative effects of HBOT, he said. We have now realized that the combined action of both hyperoxia (an excess of oxygen in the body) and hyperbaric pressure, leads to significant improvement in tissue oxygenation while targeting both oxygen and pressure sensitive genes, resulting in improved mitochondrial metabolism with anti-apoptotic (anti-cell death) and anti-inflammatory effects.According to Efrati, the newly developed protocols used in this study, which includes the intermittent increasing and decreasing of oxygen concentration, induces what is known as the Hyperoxic Hypoxic Paradox. This, he said induces stem cells proliferation and mobilization, leading to the generation of new blood vessels (angiogenesis) and tissue regeneration.Efrati said that during the first studies they conducted at the Sagol Center, they evaluated the beneficial effects of HBOT on brain injuries due to traumatic brain injury and stroke. However, in this study we evaluated for the first time the effect of these new regenerative HBOT protocols on the normal aging heart. For the first time in humans we have demonstrated that HBOT can improve cardiac function.Asked about what inspired the research, Efrati said that for over the last 12 years the team has developed an ongoing research program that investigates the regenerative effects of HBOT on different issues and degrees of damage. At the beginning we were focused on non-healing peripheral wounds, he said. Then, we turned our focus to certain types of brain injuries. However, once the researchers found that HBOT induced many of the essential elements crucial to repairing almost any mechanism, we initiated a complementary research program that targets other organs such as the heart and other elements related to expected age-related functional decline.Addressing the significance of this research, Efrati said that along with normal aging, there is typically a decrease in cardiac function particularly in the mitochondrial cells of the heart. The mitochondria are the powerhouse of the cell [and] this is where we create energy, he pointed out. HBOTs ability to improve mitochondrial function may explain the beneficial effects that we saw in the cardiac function of this normal aging population. By exposing the mitochondria to the fluctuations in oxygen by the use of HBOT, the team observed an improvement in contractility function of the heart meaning, the heart muscle contracted more efficiency over the course of the 60-session protocol. Efrati highlighted that the effect was particularly evident in the left ventricle, which is the chamber responsible for pumping oxygenated blood to the rest of the body. This is only the beginning of our understanding of the impact of HBOT on cardiac function in a normally aging population, and a larger and more diverse cohort will be required to further evaluate our initial findings, he said.Asked whether this treatment could also be used on people who are predisposed to heart conditions, Efrati said that the short answer is yes, but stressed that more research is needed.As far as we know, we are the first to identify HBOTs ability to improve cardiac function, he told the Post. Our study was on a group of 31 asymptomatic normal aging heart patients. We believe it is important to expand the scope of this study to a larger group, with both symptomatic and asymptomatic patients to understand the possibilities for HBOT as a treatment for patients with heart-related diseases, he emphasized.The Sagol Center has also been studying the impact of HBOT on a variety of cognitive conditions. We have also conducted studies which showed positive results for the treatment of post-concussion syndrome as a result of traumatic brain injury, post-stroke recovery, fibromyalgia, adding that today, medical professionals understand that fibromyalgia is linked to issues in the brain center responsible for pain interpretation. He made it clear that not every patient will benefit from HBOT, which is why patient selection should be done very carefully based on the damage seen in brain imaging assessments.For example, if someone has a stroke, some of the tissue at the core of the stroke will die we will not be able to recover this tissue, Efrati continued. But, other tissue that is damaged but not fully dead... is where HBOT can help. This damaged tissue, known as the metabolic dysfunction tissue (penumbra), is where we can have an impact and help recover lost function, he added.On the timeline as to when using HBOT protocols may be put into effect on healthy aging patients in Israel, Efrati said that these studies are already ongoing. I cant speak too much about this, as we are in the process of developing the results of the first study for publication, he said. However, we believe HBOT can positively impact both cognitive and physical performance in aging adults based on what we have seen at this point.Efrati said that they will continue pursuing this line of research as it has the ability to transform how we look at aging. Looking at 2020 and beyond, Efrati said that they have a number of research collaborations that are ongoing, including research on cognitive decline, fibromyalgia and PTSD. In addition, we have an ongoing research program on athletic performance both in professional and amateur level athletes, which looks at how HBOT may further improve performance, he said. Finally, we are studying the impact of HBOT on healthy aging adults to understand how HBOT may improve our health and cognitive performance as we age.Concluding, Efrati pointed out that when you look at aging as a disease that can be measured, then it can be treated, and this is a serious area of investigation for us.The study was led by Marina Leitman, MD; Shmuel Fuchs, MD; Amir Hadanny, MD; Zvi Vered, MD; and Efrati. It was published in The International Journal of Cardiovascular Imaging.
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There's something very voyeuristic aboutpeeking into someone's medicine cabinet, which is probably why it's become such an Instagram sensation. While I'd never openit upat a dinner party, if someone posts one on their feed for all the world to see, you can bet I'm zooming in. Being the medicine cabinet stalker that I am, I'm quite familiar with the products people fill them with, and some of the similarities are just impossible to miss.
You've probably noticed that, thanks to the popularity of Instagram,beauty products are far more aesthetically pleasing than they used to be. But the beauty of it is that what's inside is usually as effective as the bottle is chic. Thanks to my exhaustive research (I know, tough gig), I've rounded up the most popular medicine cabinet products on Instagram. Not only will they make your bathroom more photogenic, but they'll make you more photogenic. Shop the medicine cabinetworthy pics below.
Drunk Elephant's cult following is no joke, and nowhere is it more evident than among the medicine cabinets of Instagram. The ones that didn't feature any products from the brand were few and far between.
Drunk Elephant A-Passioni Retinol Cream ($74)
Retinol is an essential part of a skincare routine, and few new ones have gotten as much buzz as this one.
Embryolisse Lait-Crme Concentr ($16)
This French beauty find is a must for parched skin (on both the face and body).
Glossier Solution ($24)
Instagram-friendly, wallet-friendly, and skin-friendly.
Ouai Wave Spray ($26)
Simple packaging, simple to use. This wave spray gives all hair types subtle texture and body. (Plus, it smells amazing.)
Versed Hydration Station Booster With HA ($20)
There's a Versed serum for every skin concern. And at this price, you might as well just buy them all.
Versed Stroke of Brilliance Brightening Serum ($20)
It gets the job done (for way less money than other brightening serums on the market).
Vintner's Daughter Active Botanical Serum ($185)
Once you've tried this incredible potion, you'll never want to be without it.
Diptyque Paris en Fleur Candle ($74)
Empty Diptyque candle jars are the perfect size for a medicine cabinet and provide a very chic storage solution for brushes and other small products.
Supernal Cosmic Glow Oil ($108)
The new It face oil on the market has been popping up in medicine cabinet IGs (including my ownsee below).
Tatcha The Dewy Skin Cream ($68)
If you love Tatcha as much as I do, you need to try this dreamy lavender cream. It's been my go-to this winter.
Supergoop! Unseen Sunscreen SPF 40 ($34)
I don't need to tell you how important sun protection is, and this is how I and countless others choose to do it.
Herbivore Rose Hibiscus Hydrating Face Mist ($16)
This hydrating face mist is a bathroom (and airplane carry-on) staple.
Herbivore Blue Tansy Resurfacing Mask ($48)
It's no wonder Herbivore's chic, all-natural products havegarnered such a cult following. I saw as many of them as I did Drunk Elephant products (perhaps even more).
Glow Recipe Glass Skin Brightening Set ($57)
Every new Glow Recipe launch is met with high anticipation (and immediate medicine cabinet placement).
Summer Fridays Jet Lag Mask ($48)
If you travel a lot (or just want a boost of hydration and radiance), you need this popular mask.
Byredo Rose of No Man's Land Eau de Parfum ($180)
Byredo's line of unique, special fragrances in chic, minimal packaging is the go-to among the beauty (and fashion) crowd.
Dr. Barbara Strum Glow Drops ($145)
While Dr. Barbara Strum's linemight be a splurge, anyone who uses it will tell you how effective her products are.
Dr. Barbara Strum Darker Skin Tones Face Cream ($215)
This rich cream does wonders in the name of anti-aging.
Crme de la Mer Moisturizing Cream ($180)
Even though it's been around for ages,Crme de la Mer remains the holy-grail in luxury beauty and has plenty of devoted fans.
Sunday Riley Good Jeans All-In-One Lactic Acid Treatment (1.7 oz.) ($122)
If you want to look like you just got a facial, invest in this treatment. The exfoliating results are immediately visible.
Sunday Riley Travel Tidal Brightening Enzyme Water Cream ($22)
The water-based-cream craze pretty much started with this light and dewy gel-cream hybrid.
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