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14 American Designers to Know Before the Met Gala 2021

The theme of the 2021 Met Gala is a celebration of American fashion.

Pyer Moss SS19 by Micaiah Carter

The Met Gala is back!

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Timothée Chalamet, ​Billie Eilish, Naomi Osaka, and Amanda Gorman: The Met Gala Co-Chairs of Our Dreams

We thought it couldn't get better after Harry Styles in 2019, but the 2021 Met Gala is already our favorite.

The Met Gala hosts were just announced and they're a Gen Z dream: Timothée Chalamet, Billie Eilish, Naomi Osaka, and Amanda Gorman.

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Wait, Is Chrissy Teigen … Terrible?

Chrissy Teigan is making herself the victim ... still

Stodden (left); Teigen (right)

Update July 16:

As if she wasn't terrible enough, Chrissy Teigen has dubbed herself a member of the "cancel club."

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What Leandra Medine Cohen Doesn’t Understand: It’s Not About Her

In her interview on "The Cutting Room Floor" podcast, Leandra Medine Cohen is the perfect example of the "quirky, white woman" archetype, which so often erases the experiences of marginalized women

So quirky ... so unique ... so, honestly, overdone

via Leandra's substack

For a time, Leandra Medine Cohen was the patron saint of quirky white girls, and Man Repeller was their bible.

But to reduce it to only that would be misleading.

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TW: Mention of sexual assault and rape.

Sex offender Bill Cosby, once one of the most beloved men in America, was released from prison today.

The highest court in Pennsylvania threw out Bill Cosby's sexual assault conviction because "the court ruled the prosecutor who brought the case was bound by his predecessor's agreement not to charge Cosby," according to AP News.

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This Haunts Me: Tyler, the Creator Shooting His Shot at Timothée Chalamet

Tyler, the Creator just released a new album where he confesses to a crush on Justin Bieber. But Tyler's best lyrics? When he told Timmy to "get at" him

Sometimes you gotta shoot your shot

Tyler, the Creator just surprised fans with a new album.

After teasing the album with two singles, LUMBERJACK and WUSYANAME, as well as billboards in major cities, Tyler finally tweeted the album announcement.

CALL ME IF YOU GET LOST is a 16-song reminder that the rapper is still one of the most innovative artists in the game. In 2019, his last album, IGOR, won the Grammy for Best Rap Album, and he has spent the past few years reveling in his mainstream success.

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