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Eating supper at the campus dining hall, showering in a communal bathroom, and washing clothes at the laundromat isn't the type of lifestyle typically associated with the name "Trump." But that's just a normal day for Tiffany Trump, the 19-year-old daughter of actress Marla Maples and real estate tycoon Donald Trump, who's navigating her freshman year in college as a girl who just happens to have one of the most famous names in the world.
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"I love school," Trump told Shine. "I toured 31 colleges with my mom before deciding on UPenn. My dad went here, it's close to New York, and the people are awesome." That's not to say that navigating the social scene has been easy. "When I got here, I was a little nervous about how people would perceive me because of my last name. There will always be people who judge me as a spoiled L.A. rich girl like when football players, who shall go unnamed, shout 'Look, there's the Trump!' when I walk
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- Elise Solé, Shine Staff | Fashion – Thu, Mar 21, 2013 3:41 PM EDT
Michelle Obama as fashion royalty? There's a stamp for that.
After Britain's Sunday Times Style magazine ranked the FLOTUS at the top of its Best Dressed List (Kate Middleton, who?), they promoted their issue by releasing an ad created by the Grey London agency featuring Michelle Obama wearing a crown on a British first-class postage stamp, a space traditionally reserved for the Queen of England's profile.
According to the style mag, the first lady achieved the top honor “for understanding that, as her primary role as first lady is visual, fashion can be a force for good used to inspire and entertain."
The stamp campaign comes off the heels of Michelle Obama's recent Vogue cover where she wore a blue Reed Krakoff dress with a flourish of purple at the neckline. Inside the issue she said, "I always say that women should wear whatever makes them feel good about themselves. That’s what I always try to do."
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"I also believe that if you’re comfortable in your clothes it’s easy to connect with
- Elise Solé, Shine Staff | How To – Thu, Mar 21, 2013 1:04 PM EDT
American Eagle Outfitters, a clothing and accessory retailer that targets 15 to 25 year-old girls and boys, has put out a line of blue jeans so incredibly tight, it has people wondering if the whole thing is a joke—and it turns out, it is.Read More »from American Eagle Skinny Skinny Jeans are an April Fool's Joke, says Source
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On Thursday, a representative who did not want to be named revealed to Yahoo! Shine that the jeans are part of an April Fool's joke. When asked for an official statement about the controversial jeans, the rep said, "We're releasing another video closer to April...can you read between the lines?" then requested help with keeping things "under wraps."
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The video ad for the jeans features a woman's voice over saying, "You spend so much time working but if it's your passion, it isn't really work…I love coming up with something new." A guy chimes in saying "I like skinny jeans. Sometimes they're not
- Elise Solé, Shine Staff | Healthy Living – Tue, Mar 19, 2013 1:51 PM EDT
HELLO! magazine posted online Monday, offering new insight into Kate and William's relationship, including their temporary split in 2007.Kate Middleton's wealthy uncle Gary Goldsmith shared some very personal details about the royal couple in the new issue of
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Goldsmith, 47, a property developer reportedly worth millions, is Kate's mom Carole Middleton's younger brother. He spoke about meeting Prince William for the first time when Kate took her then-boyfriend to a dinner party. "When I saw them together you actually just thought, even if he wasn’t going to be the King, they would make a great couple. They were very, very good together."
And in 2007, after dating several years, when the couple split for almost three months allegedly due to the pressures of the spotlight, Goldsmith said his niece mended her broken heart at "Casa Bang Bang", his villa in Ibiza. "Kate was very low. [She was] spending aRead More »from Kate Middleton's Uncle Shares Private Family Details in HELLO Interview
- Elise Solé, Shine Staff | Fashion – Tue, Mar 19, 2013 12:56 PM EDT
Princess Di may not be with us but her memory as a fashion icon remains eternal. On Tuesday morning, 10 of the Princess' most fabulous dresses were auctioned off at Kerry Taylor Auctions in Bermondsey, South-East London. This wasn't the first time Diana's dresses had gone to auction-three months before her death in 1997, her son William had encouraged her to sell dozens of her dresses at a New York charity auction at Christie's but due to high prices, not many sold. This time around, the collection of dresses sold for $1,303,777.08 with the highest bid going toward that navy blue Victor Edelstein dress Princess Di danced in with John Travolta.
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More on Yahoo! Shine: Jackie Vestal, 34, a business systems analyst at a Los Angeles real estate agency doted on her 7-year-old miniature pincher Maddox, rarely leaving home without him. So when Maddox went missing on Christmas Eve Vestal made an extraordinary vow to never give up looking for him—and 84 days later, she's still on the hunt. Loyal Dog Waits 30 Minutes for Master to Be Rescued from Freezing River
During the holidays, Vestal and her husband went to visit her in-laws in Oklahoma City and naturally Maddox came along for the ride. From Oklahoma, the family had planned a quick getaway to a resort in Dallas. The only problem? The resort didn't allow dogs so Vestal was faced with the uncomfortable dilemma of leaving Maddox behind with a friend of the family, a fellow dog owner for several nights. "I really didn't want to leave him even for a night and had this weird, awful feeling in the pit of my stomach," says Vestal. "But I didn't want to spoil everyone's good time and the Read More »from How Far Would You Go For a Pet?
If food weren't so damn tasty, eating would really be a waste of time. Think about it: The planning, shopping, money spent, electricity bills to keep the refrigerator running, emotional binges, endless debating over low-fat versus gluten-free versus macrobiotic. It's enough to put a girl off her dinner. Read More »from Who Wants Dinner? Not This Guy
Rob Rhinehart, 24, a software engineer from Atlanta can relate. His solution? He simply stopped eating. For the past six weeks, he's existed on an odorless, beige cocktail he invented called Soylent which apparently contains all the nutrients one needs for the day, but just a third of the calories and none of the hormones and toxins.
Rhinehart told Vice.com that his new diet was a result of his desire to be as resourceful as possible. "I also had an incentive to live as cheaply as possible, and I yearned for the productivity benefit of being healthy. I'd been reading a lot of books on biology, and I started to think that it's probably all the same to our cells whether it gets nutrients
- Elise Solé, Shine Staff | Healthy Living – Fri, Mar 15, 2013 12:47 PM EDT
Disney fairy tales always end with "happily ever after" but what happens after the story ends? Does Ariel from "The Little Mermaid" get caught by poachers? Belle from "Beauty and the Beast" end up a plastic surgery addict? Cinderella, upon realizing that there's no such thing as the perfect man, become a bitter divorcée? Read More »from College Student Jon Cozart's Disney Princess Spoof Goes Viral
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Austin, Texas-based YouTube star Jon Cozart, 20, was curious so he wrote a tune about those notorious happy endings called "After Ever After" and sung it acapella-style in a video he shot himself. "Disney movies all end with the characters getting everything they desire so I wanted to put them in real-life scenarios to see what their lives would look like," Cozart told Shine.
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The video opens with a four-way split screen of Cozart singing to the camera, "If you've ever wondered why Disney tales all end in lies, here's what happened after all
A clothing store in Sweden is being hailed by women around the world after a photo of two surprisingly curvy mannequins were photographed and posted online.
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Dressed in skimpy lingerie, the mannequins displayed softer stomachs, fuller thighs and generally more realistic proportions than the traditional department store models. For comparison, most mannequins in the U.S. are between a svelte size 4 or 6—a departure from the average American woman who is a size 14.
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On Tuesday, a blogger at Women's Rights News posted a photo of the department store mannequins to Facebook and the response was overwhelming. "It's about time reality hit..." wrote one out of almost 2,500 commentators. "Anybody saying these mannequins encourage obesity or look unhealthy, you have a seriously warped perception of what is healthy. I guarantee the "bigger" mannequin in the front there Read More »from Swedish Mannequins Spark Internet Praise-A-Thon
- Elise Solé, Shine Staff | Fashion – Thu, Mar 14, 2013 11:53 AM EDTcover of the April issue (on stands March 26th), chatting about her wardrobe, hitting the town on date night, and family life.Michelle Obama is Vogue's latest cover girl, gracing the
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The first lady, 49, looked casual and confident in an asymmetrical Reed Krakoff dress with a flourish of purple at the neckline and Kimberly McDonald geode-and-diamond drop earrings. She was shot by famed photographer Annie Leibovitz. Her look is drastically different from her first appearance on the cover of the magazine in March 2009 when she leaned forward on the couch wearing a stiff smile and a hot pink Jason Wu dress.
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Inside, both she and President Obama opened up about their private lives, which included their fashion choices. "I always say that women should wear whatever makes them feel good about themselves. Read More »from Michelle Obama Talks Fashion in Latest Issue of Vogue