1. The FDA says buying young people’s blood won’t stop you from aging – People will do almost anything to preserve their youth, whether it’s stocking up on anti-aging skin care or splurging on nutritional supplements. One unlikely practice that’s become increasingly visible is the prospect of paying for the blood of young people, with the belief that these transfusions could help fight aging. Read more on Vox
  2. Women Were Granted Just 4 Percent of Patents in the U.S. Over the Past Decade – More women in the U.S. are innovating in the fields of science, engineering, and entrepreneurship, but that might not be obvious from the numbers of utility patent protection being granted for novel inventions and design patent issued for the visual ornamental characteristics of a product. According to a newly-released report from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (“USPTO”) that examines trends and characteristics of inventors named on U.S. patents granted between 1976 and 2016, the USPTO found that women continue to be under-represented. Read more on TFL
  3. Debunking the Myth of the Silk Pillowcase – Depending on who you ask, silk pillowcases are either straight nonsense or a miracle. Some beauty editors may describe them as beauty sleep’s secret weapon, extending the lifespan of your blowout and keeping your skin silky-soft. Read more on Marie Claire
  4. 58 of the Best Outfits from London Fashion Week Fall 2019 – The designers at London Fashion Week never shy away from the drama, and we are here for it. Take, for example, Molly Goddard who presented hot pink ballgowns made from over 300 feet of tulle. Or Halpern’s technicolor runway that had so many amazing hues it made us dizzy. Read more on Elle

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I've always wanted to be the modern-day Carrie Bradshaw :) Fashion and beauty is something I'm obsessed with and my goal is deliver the latest trends within the industry, in a super conversational and digestible way.

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