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    Alison Bechdel has called “Dykes to Watch Out For,” her comic strip examining the lives of a close-knit lesbian community, “half op-ed column and half endless, serialized Victorian novel.”
    CreditTeresa Suarez/EPA, via Shutterstock

    ‘Dykes to Watch Out For,’ Now Holding Forth in Your Headphones

    The long-running comic strip by Alison Bechdel, the creator of “Fun Home,” first held up a mirror to its queer readership in 1983. So what does a new audio adaptation have to say to listeners today?


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    Michelle Yeoh in Balenciaga on the red carpet at Cannes.
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    The Balenciaga Comeback Is Happening

    At the Cannes Film Festival, the Met Gala and with a new collection. Is the world ready?



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    Tristan Thompson and Tyla Wade were married April 23 at the New Orleans Botanical Garden.
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    A Union That Felt Like ‘a Love Letter to Black Culture’

    Tristan Thompson and Tyla Wade’s passion for their community was the inspiration for their podcast “Black Love is Resistance” and their wedding celebration that featured mostly Black vendors.


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    Aja Dang-Puspos spent her solo bachelorette trip at Civana Wellness Resort and Spa in Carefree, Ariz., last July, indulging in spa treatments and healing work, including a sound bath and reiki.
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    The Joys of a Solo Bachelorette Trip

    Some brides are bucking tradition and trading tiaras, sashes and bar hopping in major cities with their friends in favor of a more subdued celebration, alone.


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    The “wedding chop,” in which a bride cuts her hair in the middle of her wedding, is the latest social media trend. Jamie Littleton asked one of her wedding guests to cut her hair on her wedding day last August.
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    Just Married. Now Pass the Scissors.

    To celebrate the rite of passage, some women are opting for a mid-wedding haircut.


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    The Sanctuary, a wedding and events venue that took over an old church on Roosevelt Island’s north side over two years ago, has since become an unlikely matrimonial hot spot.
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    New York’s Newest Wedding Hot Spot Is … Roosevelt Island?

    The Sanctuary, a wedding venue with views of the East River, has become a go-to destination. But change doesn’t always sit well with the small waterfront community.


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    Skims expanded into bridal last week with 63 styles of dresses, lingerie, shapewear and loungewear.

    Would You Include Skims in Your Wedding?

    Some women are saying “I would” to Kim Kardashian’s newest collection for her shapewear brand, which features something new and blue (and, of course, white).