Drew Barrymore’s Latest Project Involves Protecting Your Eyes

There’s a reason Drew Barrymore has had not one, but two chart-topping songs dedicated to her in the past two years. It seems like there’s nothing this multi-hyphenate of woman can’t do — and the world is (literally) singing her praises. Since the good old days of E.T. the Extra Terrestrial and Never Been Kissed, we’ve seen the actress-turned-entrepreneur everywhere from Netflix to Walmart. And as if her Flower home collection for Walmart wasn’t already the stuff of our interior design dreams, Barrymore keeps finding stylish ways to improve our lives. This time, it’s all about the eyes.

Since starting Flower Beauty and Flower Home at Walmart, the bonafide business mogul has been focused on delivering what she calls “prestige at mass,” one affordable throw pillow at a time. She’s now expanding that brand mission by taking eyewear to entirely new levels of cool with today’s launch of

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Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s Key West home has an unusual pool feature

Semi-retired NASCAR driver Dale Earnhardt Jr. clearly likes to live on the edge. His home in Key West, Florida, has a feature that is basically made for thrill-seekers.

Boasting one of the city’s deepest residential pools — 13 feet to 14 feet deep, according to the listing — the house features a gate from the second-floor porch that opens to let you jump into the water.

Dale Earnhardt Jr. house
Dale Earnhardt Jr. house

And that’s just one of the highlights.

The five-bedroom abode was built during the Civil War era and still has most of its original architecture intact, including a hidden hatch door in the parlor.

Dale Earnhardt Jr. house
Dale Earnhardt Jr. house

Large windows make it feel sunny and bright, while dark wood accents cozy up the vibe. And the interior design definitely makes you feel like you’re at the beach.

In fact, one of the standout rooms in the house is the kitchen,

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Inside the Making of a New Dallas Hotel That Celebrates the Big D

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CEO, entrepreneur, investor, vintner, art collector, philanthropist, former Ambassador to Austria—between the two of them, Craig and Kathryn Hall hold a lot of impressive titles. But while the bulk of their endeavors have taken them around the world (including to California, where they oversee the acclaimed HALL Family Wines), their newest project is a little closer to home—and to their hearts. Opened in late-2019, the 183-room HALL Arts Hotel—a Leading Hotels of the World member and the first hotel in Dallas’ acclaimed, 70-acre Arts District—was born of the couple’s passion for art, and their desire to create something new in the city. We chatted with the power couple about their inspiration and goals for the hotel, and how their passions for art and wine play a big part in the experience.

This hotel is very different from your SENZA

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How 1 woman turned a passion for design into a cult-favorite home brand

We are all works in progress; even the successful women you see owning it on Instagram faced stumbling blocks along the way and continue to work hard to stay at the top of their game. In this series, we’re sitting down with the people that inspire us to find out: How’d they do it? And what is success really like? This is “Getting There.”

You know the look — clean white spaces, softly rumpled sheets, beachy bedrooms and bathrooms decorated in elegant neutral tones. This casual California aesthetic, found in so many of the most Instagrammable homes, has one common denominator: Parachute.

That’s the work (and look) of Ariel Kaye, founder and CEO of the home goods startup that dominates our social media feeds and decor dreams. From luxe bedsheets to cozy robes to throw blankets, towels and more, Parachute’s offerings have built a cult following among homebodies who value

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