VICTORIA BECKHAM Y REEBOK HICIERON LA COLECCIÓN DE SPORTSWEAR MÁS COOL EN LO QUE VA DEL AÑO

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La tendencia sporty sigue en pie este año, no es casualidad que una marca como Reebok haya buscado a la diseñadora y trendsetter Victoria Beckham para crear una colaboración juntos.La colección Reebok x Victoria Beckham primavera’19 ofrece prendas deportivas de primera calidad con ese must de moda. Prendas unificadas bajo un único concepto de diseño, sencillo y moderno a la vez.La colección cuenta con una serie de prendas de alto rendimiento, algunas de ellas unisex, diseñadas para que el consumidor disfrute de una transición fluida del gym a la calle, y viceversa.

Para crear la colección, Victoria se ha inspirado en sus experiencias personales de vivir entre Los Ángeles y Londres, por eso las prendas tienen un espíritu californiano con toques refinados de confección británica.Lo mejor es que esta colección no solo la usarás para ir al gimnasio, es tan versátil que la puedes llevar con cualquier outfit. Los colores de temporada camel, plateado y gris, no pueden faltar al igual que los colores más característicos de la marca como son el naranja, negro y blanco. Otro elemento que sigue en tendencia este año y obviamente no podía faltar, es el logo. Podrás encontrar el emblema de Reebok, con las iniciales VB incorporadas, y este mismo vector VB repetido.

Beckham comentó “Cada una de las prendas está diseñada para moverse con tu cuerpo y adaptarse a él para que tengas una experiencia óptima al ejercitarte, pero también me parecía importante crear piezas a la moda que pudieran sumarse fácilmente a cualquier guardarropa. Con estas prendas podrás ir del gym a la oficina”. “Quería crear prendas que se adaptaran a una agenda tan agitada como la mía. Cada una de ellas tiene las características técnicas que necesito en el gym, pero son lo suficientemente sencillas y versátiles para adaptarlas sin problemas a mi estilo de vida. De hecho, yo misma probé cada una de estas prendas de alto rendimiento en el gym”.

Así que si estás buscando prendas para motivarte o agregar a tu outfit de entrenamiento  esta nueva colección puede ser la perfecta excusa para agregar a tu carrito de compras y llevar a tu próximo entrenamiento. Si no, puedes decidir comprar una hoodie para compartir con tu novio. La podrás encontrar en Reebok.com/VictoriaBeckham o tiendas selectas premium.

This article was originally writing by: ELLE.COM

POR FIN SUPIMOS QUIÉN ESTABA DETRÁS DEL HUEVO MÁS LIKEADO DE INSTAGRAM

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La intención del huevo de Instagram no era solo romper récord de likes, también es sobre una campaña de salud mental que se reveló durante el Super Bowl.

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Hace algunas semanas, un huevo volteó de cabeza a Instagram coronándose como la foto más likeada de la historia, dejando en segundo lugar el post que Kylie Jenner compartió de su hija, Stormi. La foto que compartió la gurú del makeup en febrero del año pasado alcanzó los 18,711,000 me gusta, pero la del huevo la supero con 52.2 millones de likes y la verdadera intención es una campaña de salud mental que se develó en el Super Bowl.

A un mes de que el famoso huevo rompiera récord en Instagram por fin se reveló el secreto detrás de la foto. La cuenta @world_record_egg compartió una serie de imágenes en las que aparece el huevo rompiéndose poco a poco y durante el Super Bowl se dio a conocer que la intención no era solo conseguir millones de likes sino de una campaña de salud mental.

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Se trata de Mental Health America, una campaña que busca concientizar a las personas de la presión que ejercen las redes sociales. Además, ofrece ayuda a las personas que necesiten un detox digital a través de talkingegg.info.  Tras superar por millones de likes la foto donde Kylie Jenner aparece agarrando la manita de su hija, la estrella de reality show aceptó su derrota con un meme en el que aparece rompiendo un huevo en la calle.

This article was originally writing by: ELLE.COM

GLAAD Media Awards: Madonna to Be Honored With Advocate for Change Award

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The pop singer will become the second person and first woman to ever receive the honor.

GLAAD, the world’s largest LGBTQ media advocacy organization, has announced that it will honor Madonna at the 30th Annual GLAAD Media Awards in New York City on May 4. The singer will receive the Advocate for Change Award and become the ceremony’s second person and first woman to ever receive this honor.

The award was previously given to President Bill Clinton in 2013 for his advocacy work to overturn the anti-LGBTQ Defense of Marriage Act and advance marriage equality nationwide.

“Madonna always has and always will be the LGBTQ community’s greatest ally and it is only fitting to honor and celebrate our biggest advocate at GLAAD’s biggest event ever,” said GLAAD President and CEO Sarah Kate Ellis. “From the HIV crisis to international LGBTQ issues, she fearlessly pushes for a world where LGBTQ people are accepted. Her music and art have been life-saving outlets for LGBTQ people over the years and her affirming words and actions have changed countless hearts and minds.”

The organization credits the pop singer for continuously supporting the LGBTQ community, given that she has performed at AIDS benefit concerts, included a leaflet in her album Like a Prayerentitled “The Facts about AIDS,” in which she gave fans crucial information about AIDS, and avidly speaks out against anti-LGBTQ laws, policies and practices. When presenting Anderson Cooper with the Vito Russo Award at the 24th Annual GLAAD Media Awards in 2013, the singer famously dressed as a Boy Scout in protest of the Boy Scouts of America’s ban on LGBTQ people. This past New Year’s Eve, Madonna also gave a surprise performance at the Stonewall Inn, a historic venue for LGBTQ rights, to celebrate its upcoming anniversary and, in her words, “50 years of revolution.”

Along with GLAAD celebrating the 30th anniversary of the GLAAD Media Awards this year, Madonna is commemorating a special anniversary. Her fourth studio album, Like a Prayer, which went quadruple platinum and has cultivated myriad LGBTQ anthems, is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year.

Last month, GLAAD announced the nominees for the upcoming GLAAD Media Awards. Blockers, Crazy Rich Asians, Deadpool 2, The Girl in the Spider’s Web and Love, Simon were among the Hollywood titles that received nods.

The Hollywood Reporter also received a nod for Outstanding Magazine Article for a feature titled “21 Transgender Stars, Creators Sound Off on Hollywood: ‘I Want to Portray These Characters, and I’m Ready,'” written by Chris Gardner, Rebecca Sun, Lindsay Weinberg, Joelle Goldstein and Bryan White. THR will compete in the category with “Can a Transgender Woman Get Justice in Texas?” by Nate Blakeslee (Texas Monthly); “Ex-Scientologist Michelle LeClair Says Church Officials Humiliated Her After She Came Out as Gay” by Johnny Dodd, Tierney McAfee (People); “Lena Waithe is Changing the Game” by Jacqueline Woodson (Vanity Fair) and “They are the Champions” by Katie Barnes (ESPN the Magazine). The 30th annual GLAAD Media Awards, presented by Delta Air Lines, Gilead and Ketel One Family-Made Vodka, will be held March 28 at the Beverly Hilton in L.A., and May 4 at the New York Hilton Midtown in New York City.

Once Again, Music Was A Boys Club In 2018. Here’s What Can Be Done To Fix It.

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In news that will shock no one with ears, women did not make strides to even up representation for their gender in music last year. A new report from the Annenberg Inclusion Initiative that dropped today contains a slew of disheartening statistics. Analyzing the most popular songs from 2012 to 2018, the study found that women are still statistically insignificant in many areas. Women make up only 2.1 % of producers — women of color were only 4 out of 871 producers on those tracks, rendering them nearly invisible —, a mere 12.3% of songwriters, and a pathetic 17.1% of artists on the charts.
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The report also analyzes Grammy nominees from 2013 to 2109, of which a paltry 10.4% were women — revealing that over the last seven years, only two women have gotten more than three nominations: Taylor Swift with seven and Beyoncé with four. (Sorry Adele, maybe on the next universally acclaimed album.)
We’ve been infuriated by these facts for the past year and there is little in the way of new information here. What’s attention-grabbing is that this year the study added qualitative interviews with 75 women songwriters and producers. Their comments on today’s studio environment and culture sounds nothing short of a Mad Men episode.
A significant amount of women (39%) also said “women’s careers are inextricably tied to expectations about their gender and sexual availability” in unprompted responses. In short: Women in the studio are experiencing everything from actions that fit the description of sexual harassment to being penalized for gender-nonconforming behavior to mundane objectification. All of these circumstances directly impact a professional’s ability to do work and have negative outcomes for anyone’s — but in this case women’s — health.
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If that weren’t enough, some 70.7% of respondents said that work/life balance was challenging — something Refinery29 heard about when we spoke to women TV composers about the challenges of their field and Annenberg found in their studies of women in film also. Good luck working in an industry with weird or demanding hours, or one that demands you give yourself the space to be a creative genius, if you’re a woman — because you’ve also been conditioned to be the team captain in your relationship, that you need to be paying attention to your biological clock, and that the majority of the mothering and cleaning and organizing duties in life are yours.
But now the good news. Finally, the music industry is attempting to DO something to even the playing field for women, specifically in production. Spotify launched the EQL Studio Residency Program and their EQL database with SoundGirl to help those on the lookout find women who work in production. The Grammys launched The Producer & Engineer Inclusion Initiative, with sign-on from hundreds of the top creatives in the industry to pledge to consider at least two women candidates for jobs.
These initiatives and databases suggest the simple act of including more women will help — simply ensuring there isn’t only one woman in the room is a first step in closing this gap. From there, Annenberg’s study suggests establishing mentorship programs, speaking up on behalf of women’s credibility when it is questioned, and committing to hiring and working with more women. For the latter, the group advocates for quotas and, given the absolutely dire numbers of women in music, setting those tangible goals seems like damn good idea to demonstrate commitment.
This article was originally writing by: Refinery

5 Ways Kylie Jenner’s Life Has Changed In The Year Since Announcing Stormi’s Birth

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Yesterday marked one year since Kylie Jenner surprised the world by announcing that she’d given birth to a baby girl named Stormi.

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And it’s safe to say that Kylie’s life has changed considerably since then. Here’s how.

1. She’s become more private.

In the months before she became pregnant, Kylie revealed an aching desire to come off social media and disappear, move to a farm and have babies free from the constraints of paparazzi and media attention.

"I just want to run away," she said during an episode of The Life of Kylie. "This fame thing? I don't know who I'm doing it for." Well, once she became pregnant, Kylie appeared to make strides towards achieving that private life. For six months of her pregnancy, Kylie managed to evade the paparazzi, stayed off social media and refused to confirm or deny the reports that she was pregnant.

“I just want to run away,” she said during an episode of The Life of Kylie. “This fame thing? I don’t know who I’m doing it for.” Well, once she became pregnant, Kylie appeared to make strides towards achieving that private life. For six months of her pregnancy, Kylie managed to evade the paparazzi, stayed off social media and refused to confirm or deny the reports that she was pregnant.

And Stormi’s birth announcement was the first step in continuing this quest for privacy.

Unlike all seven of the other Kardashian pregnancies and births, Kylie chose to control her narrative and announced the arrival of Stormi on her own social media accounts rather than via an exclusive magazine deal or Keeping Up With The Kardashians special. What’s more, she waited three whole days after giving birth to confirm Stormi’s arrival.

The fact she managed to contain the news was no mean feat, with even Kim Kardashian remarking how astounding the lack of leak was, and how pleased she felt that Kylie was able to make the news public in her own time, on her own terms.

Kylie has also continued to evade the paparazzi over the last year.

Kylie has been photographed less than 20 times since giving birth — a huge reduction compared with her pre-pregnancy life when she was papped daily. Even more impressive is the fact that Stormi has never been photographed by the paparazzi. Each and every image we've seen of her has been a candid shot posted on Instagram — and for a while, Kylie stopped doing that too.

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Kylie has been photographed less than 20 times since giving birth — a huge reduction compared with her pre-pregnancy life when she was papped daily. Even more impressive is the fact that Stormi has never been photographed by the paparazzi. Each and every image we’ve seen of her has been a candid shot posted on Instagram — and for a while, Kylie stopped doing that too.

Plus Kylie has been more selective about the press access she allows.

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Kylie has given just a handful of interviews over the past year, and reserved access for only a few elite publications — Forbes, Vogue, LOVE, Glamour and GQ.

2. She’s kinda broken away from the ~Kardashian brand~

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When the 15th season of KUWTK hit our screens last August, it became clear that Kylie had made the unprecedented decision against documenting her pregnancy and birth on the show.

While there was an episode charting Stormi’s arrival, all of the footage in which Kylie appeared was shot after she’d given birth, and the moment Stormi came into the world was taken directly from the “To Our Daughter” video that Kylie released on YouTube seven months earlier and had been viewed 80 million times. In other words, it seems KUWTK wasn’t granted any ~exclusive~ pregnancy content.

And Kylie appeared to withdraw from season 15 of KUWTKalmost entirely.

While she's never had as central a role as her Kardashian sisters, Kylie has been present in the majority of episodes since KUWTK's launch in 2007. However, after giving birth Kylie was virtually absent from the entirety of season 15, featuring in just three out of 16 episodes.

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While she’s never had as central a role as her Kardashian sisters, Kylie has been present in the majority of episodes since KUWTK’s launch in 2007. However, after giving birth Kylie was virtually absent from the entirety of season 15, featuring in just three out of 16 episodes.

3. She’s more popular on Instagram than ever before

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The public have come to expect a level of access to the Kardashian/Jenners that Kylie disregarded in her disappearance from social media and public view during her pregnancy. This could have dented her popularity, but it seems the opposite is true. In fact, on Instagram alone her reach has soared.

Over the past year, her Instagram followers have shot up by 25 million, meaning her account is now the seventh most popular on the platform.

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¿Por qué critican show de Maroon 5 en el Super Bowl?

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La presentación de Maroon 5 durante el Super Bowl, en la final de fútbol americano, desató una oleada de críticas como pocas veces se había visto en los últimos años. Sin duda, la polémica comenzó cuando eel líder del popular grupo de pop rock, Adam Levine, se quitó la camisa luciendo tatuajes, incluido uno con el nombre del estado de California. El espectáculo calificado como mediocre, por la agencia Efe, solo brilló por unos momentos a ritmo de tambores con el tema Girls Like You. En redes sociales, por su parte, critican que los integrantes de la banda ignoraron la polémica racial que rodeó el partido, que le dio el título a Los Patriots. Maroon 5 recurrió a los éxitos del disco Songs About Jane con el que debutaron en 2002. Tocaron Harder to Breathe, This Love y She Will Be Loved, momento en el que unas linternas de papel dibujaron en el cielo la palabra Love.

Sin embargo, para muchos, el mejor momento llegó a mitad de la actuación cuando un coro y un grupo de músicos con tambores se unieron a Levine para entonar el single que lanzaron el año pasado Girls Like You, que en la grabación cuenta como invitada con la rapera de origen latino Cardi B.

La Liga Nacional de Fútbol Americano (NFL) mostró durante unos segundos unas imágenes del personaje de animación Bob Esponja, para homenajear a su creador, Stephen Hillenburg, que murió el pasado mes de noviembre a los 57 años. Bob Esponja y Maroon 5 no fueron las únicas estrellas del intermedio del “Super Bowl”. Los raperos Travis Scott y Big Boi también saltaron sobre el escenario. Ninguno de los artistas hizo referencia a la polémica racial que rodea la final del Superbowl y su actuación no tuvo ninguna sorpresa, evitando a la liga de fútbol americano cualquier dolor de cabeza.

La presentación de Maroon 5 estuvo por debajo de lo esperado por los televidentes y el público asistente. FOTO AFP

La presentación de Maroon 5 estuvo por debajo de lo esperado por los televidentes y el público asistente.

Ninguno de los artistas hizo referencia a la polémica racial que rodea la final del Super Bbowl y su actuación no tuvo ninguna sorpresa, evitando a la liga de fútbol americano cualquier dolor de cabeza.

La polémica lleva el nombre del jugador Colin Kaepernick del equipo San Francisco 49ers que, el 27 de agosto de 2016, decidió mantenerse arrodillado mientras sonaba el himno nacional de Estados Unidos en protesta por los excesos de la policía con la comunidad negra, causa de numerosas muertes polémicas en los últimos años.

Dos años y cinco meses después de su gesto, Kaepernick no ha sido contratado por ningún equipo profesional desde marzo 2017 debido a un supuesto boicot de la NFL y, además, ahora existe una nueva normativa que obliga a los jugadores a estar de pie durante el himno. En las últimas semanas la tensión ha ido creciendo y los que respaldan a Kaepernick llegaron a recolectar unas 114.000 firmas para pedir a Maroon 5 que no actuara en la final deportiva. La otra cara del “Superbowl”, además del deporte, fueron los anuncios publicitarios que lucieron, entre otros, los rostros de Harrison Ford, convertido en el gruñón dueño de un perro en un anuncio de Amazon.

La cadena CBS, que retransmitió el partido este año, se embolsó entre 5,1 y 5,3 millones de dólares por 30 segundos de anuncio. Los Patriots de Nueva Inglaterra se proclamaron campeones de la 53 edición del Super Bowl al vencer por 3-13 a los Rams de Los Ángeles.

This article was originally writing by: Elcolombiano.com