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Plus inside Alessandra Ambrosio's closet, a bracelet that keeps you safe from the sun and more of the top stories of the day
Alessandra Ambrosio is a woman famous for wearing as little as possible. So what does she actually have in her closet? It turns out not that much in the way of clothes, but lots of Pamela Love rings and Giuseppe Zanotti shoes. [Refinery 29]
The Shine project brought together ten women to create a video about body acceptance and beauty, and ended up spending a bit of time frolicking in nature together. Said the statement on the video, "We were inspired ... to help women move past their limiting beliefs of what is beautiful and powerful."
Warning, this video is NSFW:
There's a bracelet designed by French jewelry maker Camille Toupet that tells you when to get out the sun. It's called the Netatmo June and it works by taking a UV reading and then pits it against information about yourself, like whether you're fair-haired or burn easily. Pretty dang useful, no? [Business Insider]
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Chobani yogurt is getting sued because somebody says that they've been lying about being Greek. What? Specifically, "None of the products sold in the U.S. are made in Greece or made by Greek nationals." We all know that Greek yogurt means Greek-style yogurt, right? Right? [Styleite]