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End of the World: Women Asking for the Same Hair as ‘Snooki’

Here’s something else to blame on New Jersey.

The “Snooki Pouf,” that towering up-’do hairstyle favored by the “Jersey Shore” star, has turned high-fashion — showing up on the heads of Hollywood starlets on the red carpet and fast becoming one of the most requested cuts in the hip pest Big Apple salons.

At Paris Fashion Week in March, Nina Ricci, Chanel and Karl Lagerfeld featured high-rise hairstyles. The next month at the “Date Night” premiere, Tina Fey wore her hair in a half-up, half-down style that featured a severe, voluminous mass of hair extending from her forehead.

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Celebrity Activists Do Not Help

Michelle Williams, an actress, has decided to become a spokesman on the issue of pay inequality in her profession, and appears this month on the cover of Vanity Fair with a headline to that effect. This decision follows what she describes as a humiliating episode in which she learned in the pages of USA Today ... Read More

Washington in the Flesh, Almost

Canova's George Washington at the Frick Collection is the zenith of the museum's signature exhibition style. It's small, fewer than 20 objects. It's focused. It examines the creation of Antonio Canova's full-length sculpture of George Washington in Roman costume from 1821. It was Canova's (1757–1822) sole ... Read More