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The best beauty boxes in town

The best beauty boxes in town

Here at The Upcoming, we love finding new products, brands and places and testing them out for our readers. Beauty products are a big problem when choosing what best suits you. With such an extensive and diverse range, where are we [read more]

The Gathering Goddess vintage pop-up store launch

The Gathering Goddess vintage pop-up store launch

Yesterday we were invited to the launch of The Gathering Goddess pop-up store on London’s fashionable Portobello Road. The vintage store has teamed up with lifestyle brand Misscittykitty to cater for vintage and glamour lovers. In store, [read more]

Beauty Subscription Boxes: Glossybox

Beauty Subscription Boxes: Glossybox

Over the last 12 months an array of various companies offering Beauty Box subscriptions have popped up in the UK following on from the massive success of the concept in America. Companies such as Glossybox offer monthly beauty boxes [read more]

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Tribeca Film Festival 2014: 1971
Tribeca Film Festival 2014: 1971

“Before Watergate, before Wikleaks, before Edward Snowden, there was Media, Pennsylvania”. This audacious [read more]

Tribeca Film Festival 2014: Loitering with Intent
Tribeca Film Festival 2014: Loitering with Intent

Names like Marisa Tomei and Sam Rockwell cause indie film lovers to rush into theater seats. Their underappreciated [read more]

Tribeca Film Festival 2014: Manos Sucias
Tribeca Film Festival 2014: Manos Sucias

Manos Sucias may be the premier Colombia road movie. Two brothers are sent on a winding mission to deliver a torpedo [read more]

Tribeca Film Festival: Night Moves
Tribeca Film Festival: Night Moves

Night Moves presents indie stars Jesse Eisenberg, Dakota Fanning and Peter Sarsgaard as extremist environmentalists [read more]

Tribeca Film Festival 2014: Lucky Them
Tribeca Film Festival 2014: Lucky Them

Toni Colette must decide between music and maturity in Seattle-based Lucky Them. Supported by Thomas Haden Church, [read more]

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