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Remember the ‘GAP’ branded sweatshirts that were so popular in the ‘90s? I thought the retailer’s moment had come and gone. That is until I discovered the hidden gem that is GapFit. After realizing I’d forgotten to pack workout pants on my way to a fitness class last week, I rushed into their Fifth Ave store and grabbed the first black pair of leggings I saw. I did good! I was so impressed with my new go-to workout bottoms (and my apparent ability to make stellar life choices on the run) I found myself back there a couple days later to cop a few more of these beauties because it's near impossible to find this kind of quality and flawless fit for such a steal of a price. (Image: @courtneysfitlife_)
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Fifty-four years later, one might suppose that the famous dress came on to the stage of its own accord, as if it had life as well as destiny. But yes, in 1962, there was a warm body inside it. This was 19 May 1962, and Marilyn Monroe was bringing happy birthday wishes to the president of the United States. She was 10 days early: the actual birthday of John F Kennedy, his 45th, would not be until 29 May. So what? The Democratic party wanted to have a super fundraiser at Madison Square Garden in New York City, so they needed not just JFK himself, but a hook and bait. The birthday was a pretext until the breathy song, “Happy birthday, Mr President ...”

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