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Netflix Is Adding So Many Classics in August



There’s never been a better time to stay in and beat the heat. Thankfully, Netflix has us covered for entertainment in the shade. For the final leg of summer, the streaming giant is dropping new seasons of favorites like Never Have I Ever, and launching new series like The Sandman.

And there are so many classic movies coming too! No, we don’t mean black-and-white classic-classics, we mean modern entries in the pantheon, like 8 Mile, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, Eyes Wide Shut, and Love & Basketball. And don’t sleep on The Age of Adaline; it’s a weird movie but pretty fun!

Perhaps most important, the Sam Raimi Spider-Man trilogy will be available starting on the first of the month. If you’ve been jonesing for a rewatch since Tobey Maguire popped up in No Way Home, there’s never been a better time. The first two movies are great, and even the third one has some memorable scenes and performances. Kirsten Dunst supremacy!

Without further ado, here’s what’s coming to Netflix in August 2022:

Available August 1

Big Tree City (Netflix Family)

28 Days

8 Mile

Above the Rim

The Age of Adaline

Battle: Los Angeles

Bridget Jones’s Baby

Bridget Jones’s Diary


Dinner for Schmucks

Eyes Wide Shut

Ferris Bueller’s Day Off

Footloose (2011)

Hardcore Henry

Legends of the Fall

Love & Basketball

Made of Honor

Men in Black

Men in Black II

Men in Black 3

Miss Congeniality


No Strings Attached

Pawn Stars, season 13

Polly Pocket, season 4, part 2: Tiny Taste Adventure

She’s Funny That Way

Space Jam (1996)


Spider-Man 2

Spider-Man 3

Top Gear, seasons 29–30

The Town

Woman in Gold

Available August 2


Ricardo Quevedo: Tomorrow Will Be Worse (Netflix Comedy Special)

Available August 3

Buba (Netflix Film)

Clusterf**k: Woodstock ’99 (Netflix Documentary)

Don’t Blame Karma! (Netflix Documentary)

Good Morning, Verônica, season 2 (Netflix Documentary)

Available August 4

Lady Tamara (Netflix Series)

Kakegurui Twin (Netflix Anime)

Super Giant Robot Brothers (Netflix Family)

Wedding Season (Netflix Film)

Available August 5

Carter (Netflix Film)

Darlings (Netflix Film)

The Informer

Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Movie (Netflix Film)

The Sandman (Netflix Series)


Available August 6

Reclaim (Netflix Film)

Available August 7

Riverdale, season 6

Available August 8

Code Name: Emperor (Netflix Film)

Team Zenko Go, season 2 (Netflix Family)

Available August 9

I Just Killed My Dad (Netflix Documentary)

The Nice Guys

Available August 10

Bank Robbers: The Last Great Heist (Netflix Documentary)

Heartsong (Netflix Film)

Indian Matchmaking, season 2 (Netflix Series)

Instant Dream Home (Netflix Series)

Iron Chef Brazil (Netflix Series)

Locke & Key, season 3 (Netflix Series)

School Tales The Series (Netflix Series)

Available August 11


Dota: Dragon’s Blood: Book 3 (Netflix Anime)

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Rare Emma Stone Sightings Have Us Wanting Her Whole Wardrobe



Emma Stone has been keeping a low profile since welcoming her first child, a daughter, with husband Dave McCary, but the pair stepped out for a grown-up date night in perfectly chic minimalist outfits that make us wish she would show us just a little more of her style.

In understated neutrals the Oscar winner and her director spouse sat courtside at a recent game between the New York Knicks and the Los Angeles Lakers. (It’s a hot spot; the next day Pete Davidson went with Jon Stewart and Hasan Minhaj; Selena Gomez and Michael B. Jordan were at Barclays the day before—MBJ sat with Emma!) McCary paired a gray sweater with black pants and sneakers, while Stone wore sheer tights under her slacks and Mary Jane flats, a perfect feminine touch. She completed the look with a black top and a structured white denim jacket and minimal gold jewelry. If you’ve ever been to Brooklyn, you know this is the uniform of the super-successful: basics that somehow cost a thousand dollars.

Dave McCary, Emma Stone, and Michael B. Jordan attend the Lakers-Knicks game at Madison Square Garden on January 31, 2023.

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Stone, drop the skin care routine, I am begging.

“Much to think about.”

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Men, Skirts Aren’t That Scary—Promise!



I’ll never forget the first time I wore a skirt. It was back in September, and I had just seen the Peter Do runway show during New York Fashion Week, which featured pleated knee skirts styled over dress pants. Feeling saucy, I decided to test it out for myself on a trip to my local Starbucks. My ensemble consisted of a black tee, black pleated skirt that I bought secondhand, and black dress pants worn underneath. “Okayyy, skirt,” my favorite barista exclaimed as soon as I strolled in. 

I’ve always seen skirts as a genderless piece; As an Ojibwe person, I grew up often seeing men wear skirts at our annual summer powwows. But a fear of judgment and ridicule has always held me back from taking the plunge in public. Walking home with my grande iced coffee in hand, I was pleased to find that nobody even batted an eyelash. It was surprising, though refreshing, that nobody cared about my foray into skirts. (It helps that stars like Lil Nas X, Brad Pitt, Odell Beckham Jr., and Conan Gray have all been wearing them out, too.) 

Sure, New Yorkers are largely unfazed in general, but that first successful attempt at skirt dressing has given me the confidence to incorporate even more into my wardrobe. And now, I can’t stop buying them. My growing skirt collection may have something to do with the market being—for once—filled with men’s options. While one could easily shop a women’s skirt, sizing is not always easy to figure out; I’ve attempted to buy some in the largest women’s sizes, only for them to barely fit over my knees. Instead, more and more retailers are finally stocking skirts in dedicated men’s sizes—meaning I no longer have to guess or hope it will fit. 

Photo: Courtesy of Christian Allaire

Photo: Courtesy of Christian Allaire

The pleated Thom Browne skirts and sleek leather Rick Owens skirts on Ssense, for instance, now go from a size 28 to 40 waist. I’ve also been eyeing printed styles from Chopova Lowena and Liberal Youth Ministry, both of which go from small to XL. While this range is not as size-diverse as it could be, skirts in men’s-specific sizes is a step forward. My most recent skirt acquisition, in addition to my classic gray Thom Browne, is a black, asymmetrical Airei skirt with frayed edging. I’ve been enjoying pairing with my chunkier knits, like my new checkered Zankov sweater. 

In experimenting with these skirt styles, I’ve realized just how easy and foolproof they are to wear. There’s really nothing to it: A black or gray skirt can be paired with just about anything, from knits to simple button-up shirts. Think of them like jeans—just a little more fashion-forward. They look especially good with a chunky boot or loafer. 

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Blush Nails: The New Manicure Trend That Hailey Bieber Loves



A flush of color on the cheeks is a perennial makeup classic, but have you considered the same approach for your nails? The latest trend to hit our fingertips is “blush pink nails,” a term that currently has 45.3 million views (and counting) on TikTok. It taps perfectly into our current obsession with minimalist manicures, and Hailey Bieber is a fan of the look. 

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“Having a clean and simple manicure is super trendy right now,” agrees manicurist Alexandra Teleki, also known as The Hot Blend on Instagram. “Blush nails are a twist on ombré nails, but the design starts from a round shape in the center of the nail rather than from the top or bottom. It’s super elegant.” 

Hailing from Korea, in its purest form, the trend sees nails painted first with a pale pink, sheer base. After that, a darker pink shade is applied in a circular shape to the center of the nail and diffused using either a sponge or nail brush. After that, a glossy top coat is applied. 

Teleki preps nails using a base coat, then combines The Gel Bottle’s Cosmopolitan and Silk gel polishes on her clients, many of whom are requesting the technique right now. Admittedly trickier to try at home—but doable if you’re willing to experiment—her tip is to use a “small round eyeshadow brush or sponge to apply Peacćis Cosmos polish to the center of nails.” 

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