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Ask Amy: Perfectionist wants to sleep on it | Lifestyle

Dear Amy: I have such a strong drive to be productive, to take action, to keep things organized, and to stay perfectly on top of everything.

This is good to a certain extent, but I am past that borderline.

I suffer from sleep issues — falling and staying asleep. Plus, constantly thinking about what needs to be done makes it difficult for me to enjoy being present in the moment.

I can’t relax unless things are put away and mostly everything that needs to be done is done. My mom was like this, so I know I get it from

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Jury can hear limited evidence of CEO lifestyle

Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes leaves the Robert F. Peckham Federal Building with her defense team in downtown San Jose, Calif., on Tuesday, May 4, 2021.

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Jurors in the trial of Elizabeth Holmes will hear evidence about her extravagant lifestyle as Theranos CEO but with some limitations.

That’s the ruling issued by U.S. District Court Judge Edward Davila late Saturday as part of a 100 page response to motions in Holmes’ upcoming criminal trial.

The judge granted in part Holmes’ motion to exclude evidence referencing her extravagant lifestyle

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Great Outfits in Fashion History: Audrey Hepburn in *That* Givenchy Dress

There are perfectly good celebrity style moments, and then there are the looks that really stick with you, the ones you try desperately to recreate at home. In ‘Great Outfits in Fashion History,’ Fashionista editors are revisiting their all-time favorite lewks.

I don’t have the hard data on this, but I’d be willing to bet that ever since it premiered in 1961, “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” posters have been a mainstay of college dorms everywhere. There was no faster shorthand for “I’m cute, classy and quirky” than the image of Audrey Hepburn, clad in a chic black

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Michael Kors Will Present In-Person at Fashion Week, A New Modeling Agency Seeks to Highlight Indigenous Talent

Plus, can the body and skin positivity movements resonate on a global scale?

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Wednesday.

Michael Kors returns to New York Fashion Week
On Wednesday, Michael Kors announced that he will present his Spring 2022 Collection at New York Fashion Week via a live, in-person runway show on Sept. 10. “This is an important moment for New York, and we’re proud to support the city and the industry during this season’s New York Fashion Week,” said Kors in a press statement. “I am thrilled about the return of live performance throughout

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The true story behind the fashion extravaganza as seen in Netflix’s Halston

“Versailles is crumbling; it’s where Napoleon was crowned f***ing empire, it was Marie Atoniette’s house, for Christ’s Sake,” formidable fashion publicist Eleanor Lambert appeals to a reluctant Halston about participating in a fashion competition inside the iconic palace in Netflix’s Halston.

Ryan Murphy’s drama recounts the rise and fall of the legendary designer in the ’70s and ’80s, with Ewan McGregor in the title role, and Kelly Bishop playing Lambert, renowned as the ‘Godmother of Fashion’.

Lambert was plotting a coup to overthrow France’s monopoly of the fashion industry and dismantle the European snobbery that undermined American talent

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Fashion Brands Are Betting on Streaming Ads | BoF Professional, News & Analysis

Last month, CBD beauty label Lord Jones debuted its first advertising campaign, featuring a 30-second video of an Egyptian queen pretending to play dead so she can take a relaxing bath with Lord Jones products.

The campaign will appear in out-of-home ads and in commercials across linear — traditional network and cable — television, but Lord Jones was particularly keen to allocate money to a rising spot for advertisers: streaming networks. The brand bought ads on streaming apps that feature programming from HGTV and CNN.

“A lot of CBD brands have stepped into the mix since 2018,” said Summer Frein,

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