• Cover: April 24, 2014
  • How to Overcome a Creative Block
  • 10 Style Staples Every 30-Year-Old Should Own
  • Lorde's Makeup Collaboration
  • 19 Beauty Tricks That Will Change Your Life
  • Designers Reveal Their Guilty Decor Pleasures
  • 10 Ways To Refresh Your White Button-Down
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    The Look for Less

    When Brad proposed to Angelina, he did so with a $1 million, 10-carat custom ring. If that price tag is too big for your beau, then Gemvara has a replica for $1,200, and Emitations.com offers a another version for just $125. You tell us: Which would you try?
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    The Look for Less
    When Brad proposed to Angelina, he did so with a $1 million, 10-carat custom ring. If that price...
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    High-Def Ikea

    Ikea isn't just inexpensive homeware anymore. The company announced its first HDTV built directly into furniture. Available in 2013, the Uppleva follows Ikea's style of wallet-friendly design, costing just $960 for the TV and customizable entertainment center.
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    High-Def Ikea
    Ikea isn't just inexpensive homeware anymore. The company announced its first HDTV built directly...
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    Shooting Blanks

    A new form of foolproof birth control is on the horizon. And it's not for the ladies or the faint of heart. A "prevention serum" called Vasalgel is designed to inject into a man's penis, coating the walls of the vas deferens and killing all the sperm as they pass through. The procedure takes just 15 minutes, but the benefits can last up to 10 years. Vasalgel is currently undergoing clinical trials in India, and researchers predict that it will be available by 2015. One question remains, however: Will a needle in the nether regions mean peace of mind for millions of men—or their breaking point?
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    Shooting Blanks
    A new form of foolproof birth control is on the horizon. And it's not for the ladies or the faint...
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