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Faith Cummings


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Past articles by Faith:

Downton Abbey Costume Designer Anna Robbins: Interview

After the Downton Abbey: A New Era premiere, POPSUGAR talks to costume designer Anna Robbins about the looks. → Read More

Monica Rose On Sneakers With Suits & Her Foot Locker Project

Monica Rose thinks your work wardrobe needs more kicks. → Read More

Why J Lo, Michelle Obama, & Beyoncé Can't Stop Wearing Sergio Hudson

The designer opens up about his Fall 2022 collection and next steps for his brand. → Read More

Inventing Anna: The Costumes Are Part of the Scam

Go behind the scenes of "Inventing Anna" with costume designers Lyn Paolo and Laura Frecon. → Read More

Why Is It Still So Impossible to Find a Stylist Who Knows Textured Hair?

Try a new salon. Get a crappy cut. Rinse and repeat. How is it that so many professional hairstylists are total amateurs at styling curly and coily hair? → Read More

Mary Katrantzou Is Expanding Her Brand Up to a Size 24—Here’s Why

Mary Katrantzou explains how her brand is working to offer up to a U.S. 24 by the end of 2019. → Read More

Body-Positive Pool Parties—Like the One in ‘Shrill’—Really Exist

The body-positive parties, like the one you watched on Hulu's "Shrill" (starring Aidy Bryant), really exist. Here are the people making them happen. → Read More

Why Can't All Hairdressers Work With 4C Hair? Some Stylists Say Cosmetology Schools May Be To Blame

In 2017, Nielsen reported that black consumers spent $473 million on their hair, both on products and salon services. Yet for many with natural hair — especially those with 4C, the kinkiest of all textures — being able to simply walk into any salon… → Read More

How Would the First Female U.S. President Dress? Just Look to TV

In a landmark year for women in politics, we saw three fictional female U.S. presidents depicted on the small screen. Here's how their wardrobes came together. → Read More

10 Fashion & Beauty Products That Support Breast Cancer Initiatives Beyond October

Pink is arguably one of the most powerful colors in the spectrum. And it has even more resonance in October, as pink has become the signature shade of Breast Cancer Awareness Month (BCAM), which has been celebrated annually since 1985. A slew of… → Read More

Sarah Jessica Parker's Golden Globes look is totally a nod to Princess Leia

May the force be with you at the Golden Globes, Sarah Jessica Parker. → Read More

There's a "Teen Mom" themed cruise and we have a few questions...

First of all, what? → Read More

Jenna Dewan Tatum is wearing the sheer jumpsuit of our dreams

Ugh, if only there were more opportunities for jumpsuits for regular-old non-famous girls like us! → Read More

Hygge is a Danish form of self-care (kind of) that everyone’s talking about

What's hygge and how do we get some? → Read More

Ashlee Simpson is giving us major Olsen twins fashion vibes right now

Yes, we're having deja-vu too. → Read More

This updated Gmail for iPhone app feature is a complete game changer

Never regret an email ever again! → Read More

An actual bear officiated this Russian couple's wedding and uhh, what?

Literally, what? → Read More

This is what Disney villains would look like if they were real-life people

Uhm, dang. → Read More

Race Recounts Jesse Owens' Olympic Brilliance—at a Time When We Need Its Memory the Most

The elements that lie at the foundation of Race—a pointedly moving biopic about Olympic gold medalist Jesse Owens that hits theaters today—are just as pervasive and prevalent now as they were almost eight decades... → Read More

Former Sex Columnist Raina McLeod on Her New Book & the Crazy Miami Party Scene

The US produces over 300,000 books yearly—but books written by black women, about black women, occupy just a slim margin of that, despite the demand for those voices and storytelling. Getting these stories published and reviewed by major publications is where the obstruction lies: the 2014 Women of Color VIDA Count, which amasses over 1000 data points from world-renowned journals, publications,… → Read More