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Vanessa Hudgens Elevates See-Through Mini Dress With Luxe Furry Coat & Towering Platforms at Paris Fashion Week

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Vanessa Hudgens got a major lift with her towering platforms she wore during Paris Fashion Week.

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The “Tick, Tick…Boom” actress stepped out in Paris on Sunday night after attending Valentino’s runway show. For her outing, all eyes were on her printed black and white furry coat. The oversized jacket added warmth as well as an interesting detail to the full outfit. Underneath, Hudgens wore a black mesh mini dress with black undergarments that peeked out under the sheer material. Hudgens tied her hair up and added a black leather bag to the look.

Hudgens in Paris on March 6. - Credit: Spread Pictures / MEGA

Hudgens in Paris on March 6. – Credit: Spread Pictures / MEGA

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Hudgens added a major boost to her 5-foot-1 frame with her shoes. She slipped

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She wore a $25 dress on the red carpet! These stars love a good bargain












She wore a $25 dress on the red carpet! These stars love a good bargain













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The Future Of Sustainable Fashion Should Look A Little Like My Family’s Basement

Two summers ago, I sat in the basement of my house writing “East Coast Demerara” in Sharpie on barrels waiting to be shipped. I’d only been to my parents’ birthplace twice (once as an infant and again as a teenager), but despite the physical distance from Guyana, my Guyanese ancestry has been a close and powerful force throughout my life. Family conversations are peppered with vocal inflections and, between mouthfuls of peas and rice, puri, and chicken foot, we speak slanted English, patwa. My relationship with Guyana mirrors Guyana’s relationship with the Caribbean; though the country is technically a part of South America, culturally, it has more in common with Haiti and Trinidad and Tobago. Even from afar, we remain close. Without making annual trips to Guyana, I still have a constant connection with

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Emerson in Bozeman hosted a virtual jingle dress contest for Indigenous women

Shundiin Whitehorse, 16, filmed her entry for a virtual jingle dress dance contest in just one take an hour before the deadline.



a person standing on top of a snow covered slope: Shundiin Whitehorse, 16, won second place in the Social Distance Powwow's red jingle dress contest.


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Shundiin Whitehorse, 16, won second place in the Social Distance Powwow’s red jingle dress contest.

For Shundiin, multiple attempts at the traditional dance were not an option, as she filmed her entry in negative 35-degree weather in Saskatchewan, Canada.

In conjunction with its new art exhibit honoring missing and murdered Indigenous women, the Emerson Arts and Culture Center in Bozeman hosted a virtual red jingle dress contest on Jan. 22-24. The jingle dress dance is popular among Native women and girls and is often performed at powwows as a healing dance.

To participate in the virtual contest, contestants posted jingle dress dance videos on the Social Distance Powwow Facebook page, which formed amid the COVID-19 pandemic in lieu of in-person powwow

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Thursday February 11, 2021