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Video of 2020 Toddler FashionPOPSUGAR’s I K | I Kid You Not



A huge part of style is confidence, knowing that you’re owning that look and being proud of it. These adorable trendsetters are bursting with confidence, so excited to showcase their darling prints and snazzy coordinated ensembles for the camera, and it’s an absolute delight.

Style isn’t necessarily about clothes though — it might also be about experimenting with bold beauty looks (even with mom’s stolen makeup), having the patience to get a vacuum hairstyle, or giving your younger sibling that huge self-esteem boost. We’ve got all those (very specific ) moments covered in this video too!

Thanks to TikTokers @kaileakini, @m.denisse_, @homeoftheharveys, @smilesbydrnehi, @wildgirlgonemom, @shiann17, @pittsburghsveryown, and @mel_____b, as well as Instagrammer @yuzu_and_sesame for letting us in on these rising fashionistas for the 2030s/2040s!

POPSUGAR’s I Kid You Not is a series dedicated to the funniest, most adorable kid moments that will definitely have you smiling! Check us out on Facebook for new episodes every week.

Do you have a video of your child doing something so cute or hilarious that you just have to share it with the world? We’d love to feature it in one of our videos! Send it to us here!


Trump Hears About RBG’s Death as ‘Tiny Dancer’ Plays in Background: ‘She Led an Amazing Life’ — WATCH




Donald Trump was at a campaign rally when Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death was announced on Friday night. He reacted with uncharacteristic dignity when he heard the news, coming off of one of his lie-filled rallies.

Said Trump as the strains of Elton John’s “Tiny Dancer” played in the background: “She just died? Wow. I didn’t know that. You’re telling me now for the first time. She led an amazing life…She was an amazing woman, whether you agreed or not, she was an amazing woman who led an amazing life. I’m actually saddened to hear that. I am sad to hear that.”

At the rally, Trump had actually floated the notion of putting Senator Ted Cruz on the court, the Daily Beast reports:

“I’m putting Ted Cruz as one of the people for the Supreme Court. And you know why I did it? Because I wanted to make sure that I had somebody on the list … We had about 45 unbelievable people… the smartest, the best, the absolute creme de la creme. The best minds in the country, conservative; they believe in the Constitution. I have to have somebody that we’re going to make sure we get approved, and the only one I could think of was Ted because he’s going to get 50 Republican votes and he’ll get 50 Democrat votes. We will defend the dignity of work and the sanctity of life. That’s why the Supreme Court is so important. The next President will get one, two, three, or four Supreme Court Justices…If you don’t get it right we will not have a country anymore.”

ABC News reported that Trump plans to put forth a nominee in the coming days.

Senator Mitch McConnell said on Friday night that he plans to hold a Senate vote on that nominee.

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How Do You Shoot Street Style During Digital Fashion Week?




Most of New York Fashion Week went digital this year, but not everyone stayed home. On Sunday, Jason Wu began the shows, the first in the city since the coronavirus pandemic, by holding an in-person, socially distanced runway presentation that was also available to stream. A few other similar setups took place over the next few days, creating a miniature of the old Fashion Week: shows to go to, people getting dressed to go to them, and street-style photographers there to capture them.

In previous seasons, the catwalk outside the catwalk—the sidewalk space near the venues—has been the basis for a stand-alone genre of Fashion Week photography. This week a small crowd of influencers and photographers continued to review shots together outside of Spring Studios, a staple NYFW venue in recent years.

Just before Rebecca Minkoff’s show on Tuesday, Robert Williams, one of the photographers on hand, said, “this block is usually cut off” during Fashion Week. This year, on the other hand, “it’s free flowing,” he said. “Everything is scarce.”

While some of the rhythms of lower Manhattan have resumed in the last few months—crowded subways, clanging construction—the loudest scene before the show was a fender bender at the corner of Varick and Beach streets. The line at Century 21’s closeout sale in the financial district, about a mile further downtown, was considerably more frenzied.

As Vanity Fair’s rundown of this NYFW noted, the celebrity and influencer aspect has been “noticeably absent this season.” “No one really knows what to expect,” a photographer named Denis said outside Spring Studios on Wednesday, “but I guess that’s been a theme since March.”

Williams was among those photographing the handful of influencers who were on their way to Minkoff’s show, including Alina Frolova. “I just had the fitting up there and they asked me to come down and go through the entrance again,” she said—presumably for the benefit of the photographers outside.

Perhaps inevitably, the photos tended to revolve around either wearing a mask or removing it. “There are some people that I’ve seen that incorporate their mask into their outfit, which I think is pretty cool,” Denis said, or “at a safe distance they remove the mask and still showcase themselves.”

Pat Sheils, who’s traveled with a photographer friend shooting the international fashion circuit, said, “They’ll take them off for photos if you ask. It still feels a little weird.”

Sheils said that the circumstances of this particular week were part of the intrigue. “Exposing the reality of COVID versus the circus showiness of fashion week,” he said, “that contrast is super interesting, so that’s what I’m looking for.”

The photographer Tyler Joe, who’s shot Fashion Week street style for Elle, took that contrast as a reason to avoid the whole thing. “I’m glad I’m not part of it right now,” he said over the phone on Thursday. “I think it’s stupid, irresponsible, and we shouldn’t be doing it.”

“More than my safety,” he continued, “we shouldn’t be promoting being outside and doing this super vain, commercialized job when (a) there’s a pandemic and (b) there’s so many bigger things happening right now.” Joe said that the full-time photographers he knows have made the same choice.

Vogue didn’t do its usual Phil Oh street-style gallery either, opting instead for a greatest hits collection along with a street-style-from-home challenge on social media. (Vogue and V.F. are both published by Condé Nast.) Oh said in an email that he hasn’t been shooting this season.

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The Bachelorette Season 16: New poster raises burning questions




We’ve got some questions about The Bachelorette Season 16 poster.

The Bachelorette Season 16 officially has a premiere date–and a new poster. After Clare Crawley was replaced with Tayshia Adams as the new Bachelorette, ABC finally announced this week that their newest season will air on October 13.

With the announcement and premiere date reveal came a very thought-provoking poster with Crawley posing with a long-stemmed rose in hand–and a mysterious man pulling a grey sock up his leg.

And I say “thought-provoking” because 1)I want to know if this is actually the man that she ends up with (Dale Moss, is that you?), as we know that Tayshia allegedly replaced Clare after she found her soulmate, and 2) What is actually going to happen this season? Will it actually be the “most dramatic season ever seen?”–as Chris Harrison loves to say.

The Instagram caption for the release of the poster says, “Get ready Bachelor Nation! Clare Crawley’s season of The Bachelorette premieres Tuesday, October 13th at 8/7c on ABC. It’s about time.”

It really is.

The Bachelorette Season 16 poster pays homage to a classic movie

The poster is also a tribute to 1967 movie The Graduate that shows Dustin Hoffman watching his leading lady pull off her hosiery. Supposedly this poster mirrors the real life love story between Crawley, 39, and her new man, Bachelorette contestant Dale Moss.

As we already have gathered, The Bachelorette Season 16 has been filming in Palm Springs and has had several previous Bachelor alums like JoJo Fletcher, who filled in as host for two weeks while Harrison was dropping his son off to college, Sydney Lotuaco, Becca Kufrin, Ashley Iaconetti, and Hannah Ann Sluss spotted dropping in and out of the house they were filming at.

Even Wells Adams was spotted on set doing his usual bartending gig, so we’re definitely curious to see where this season is going to take us.

I’m certainly looking forward to seeing all these things unfold and I hope we get to see a smidge of the love story that happens between Clare Crawley and Moss, along with Tayshia finding her man!

Next: Were Clare Crawley and Dale Moss talking before filming?

Are you excited to watch the newest season of The Bachelorette on October 13th?

What are your thoughts on the new poster of Clare? Tell us below!

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