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How Double Dates Keep Relationships Healthy

Plus Vivienne Westwood's dress for Miss Piggy, new breast cancer news, and more of the top stories of the day

• Double dates may be more effective at keeping the passion going in a relationship than a solo date. A new study from doctoral student Keith Welker at Wayne State University found that sharing your relationship details with another couple (ahem, not like that) can help reignite the spark with your own partner. [Medical News Today]

• The late Kevyn Aucoin's protege Troy Suratt launched his own makeup line at Barney's and it's a doozy. Suratt's best-selling shade is an homage to his mentor, a lipstick (or as Suratt likes to call them, Lipslique) called Hevyn, in a brown shimmery shade. Isn't that sweet? [Bellasugar]

• Well this sounds attractive: Star Trek actor Chris Pine will be the new face of Armani Code fragrance. Woo hoo! [WWD]

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• Women who have the BRCA gene mutation are much less likely to die if they have a double mastectomy than if they simply have one breast removed, a new study found. Researchers are urging doctors to recommend double mastectomies to young women with the genes as an aggressive treatment option for young women who are in the early stages of breast cancer treatment. [Medical News Today]

• We should all be so lucky: Vivienne Westwood designed Miss Piggy's wedding gown for the upcoming movie Muppets Most Wanted. It's very sparkly, as you might imagine. [Telegraph]

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