Netflix’s Say I Do stars share tips for throwing a wedding in quarantine

Among the many industries put on hold during the age of COVID-19 lockdowns is wedding season. Our refrigerators are covered with “Save the Date” invites that surpassed their expirations. Social media is flooded with photos of couples, unable to celebrate with a dream ceremony, choosing a more private, backyard-style setting in the meantime. Quarantine, after all, can’t delay love. That’s where the three stars of Say I Do come in.

Interior designer Jeremiah Brent, fashion designer Thai Nguyen, and chef Gabriele Bertaccini know a thing or two about throwing a wedding, no matter the restrictions. On Netflix’s Say I Do (now available to stream), they surprised eight deserving couples—who, for various reasons, couldn’t have their big days—with luxurious dream weddings from scratch.

Life looks a lot different for people now as opposed to a year ago when this trio of creative gurus filmed their show, but they have some ideas

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Ends This Afternoon! Shop This Dress From Fashion Jackson’s Amazon Drop

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You ready to shop? It’s less of a question and more of a signal. As in, be ready to shop now, because the clock is winding down. You see, the newest collection from Amazon’s The Drop is out, but as with all collections on The Drop, the pieces are only available for 30 hours, and we’re down to the final day already. You only have until 6 p.m. ET to shop!

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The Drop partners with trendsetters around the world to release limited-edition collections, with pieces made to order so as to not waste any materials. The collection live on the

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Why Costume Design For Teen TV Shows ‘Work Twice as Hard’ For Emmy Recognition

It may have more to do with who’s watching the shows, as opposed to what the characters are wearing.

Sex and the City,” “Big Little Lies,” “Russian Doll” and “The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story.” “Gossip Girl,” “PEN15,” “grown-ish” and “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina.” What these shows all have in common? Talented casts, creative scripts and notable costume design. What they don’t? The former list all won Emmy Awards for their often fashion-focused (and sometimes period-influenced) costumes. But the similarly acclaimed high school or college (or Academy of Unseen Arts) based series have never even received a nomination.

“I think some of my better work actually has been on ‘grown-ish,'” says costume designer Michelle Cole. In 2018 and 2019, she received two — of her six — Emmy nominations

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Kunal Nayyar of ‘Big Bang Theory’ flips the script in the Hollywood Hills

Actor Kunal Nayyar is hoping to end his time in Hollywood Hills with a bang. The “Big Bang Theory” star and his wife, fashion designer and model Neha Kapur, have put their compound on the market for $3.995 million.

The leafy spot spans half an acre and makes the most of its space with a Mediterranean-style villa and a pair of guesthouses. Dense landscaping surrounds the salmon-colored exterior, which opens to 4,100 square feet of bright living spaces with white walls and floors of hardwood and tile.

A formal entry gives way to a living room with custom built-ins and a wet bar, and other highlights include a sky-lit chef’s kitchen and office with picture windows that take in garden views. Three bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms round out the main house. Each guesthouse adds one of each.

Courtyards and patios fill out the secluded grounds, leading to a romantic

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