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Mother's Day Photo Editorial

All photographs by Isabella Behravan.

Emotional Attachments: The Nostalgic Objects That Remind Us Of Our Mothers

Ordinary objects imbued with memories and feels, that’ve become extraordinar

We’ve all had the experience where ordinary objects become talismans or mementos that induce nostalgia. A ’90s song comes on the radio and you’re suddenly slowdancing with your middle-school boyfriend. You pass a restaurant and you’re swooshed back in time to a raucous birthday dinner with friends. You sit on a park bench and remember the conversation you once had with your mother in that very spot.

Just as ordinary places and songs become imbued with personal meaning, ordinary objects assume double lives when we love them. To the uninitated, these objects might just look like a rosary. A pair of running shoes. A bag of cheetos. A nightgown. A trophy. But to us, they look like our mothers and mother figures. These objects serve as everyday reminders of their constant care and the lessons they’ve taught us.

In honor of Mother’s Day, five Girlboss staff members share the enchanted objects that remind them of their mothers and why.

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Girlboss Rally Street Style

All photos by Isabella Behravan.

If you’ve ever been to a Girlboss Rally, you’d know it’s a Mecca of inspiration, advice and networking. But it’s also a goddamn fashion parade of rad shoes, great hair and killer ~lewks.~ We thought it was high time attendees got the Girlboss Rally S/S 18 photoshoot they deserve.

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Los Angeles Women's March

Photographs by Isabella Behravan

Shot on 35mm film for Girlboss.com

On January 20th, 2018 thousands of people hit the streets of downtown Los Angeles on Saturday for the second Women’s March.

It’s one of hundreds of events that were planned across California and the country.

The event in L.A. started at 8:30 a.m. in Pershing Square. Attendees began marching at 10 a.m., reaching Grand Park and City Hall around 11, where a very long list of politicians and activists are scheduled to speak until 3 p.m.

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Interview: Pitch Perfect's Hana Mae Lee

Photos by ISABELLA BEHRAVAN

Written by AMANDA MONTELL

At 10 a.m. the day after a big Hollywood premiere party, I doubt I’d even be awake, much less prepared to spend half an hour detailing every last step of my beauty routine to a reporter. But I guess that’s the difference between me and Hana Mae Lee. If your taste in movies leans the way of laugh-out-loud musicals, you probably recognize the 29-year-old actress and model from her role as Lilly Okanakamura in the Pitch Perfect series. The night before our conversation, Lee celebrated the release of the franchise’s third installment alongside co-stars Anna Kendrick, Brittany Snow, Anna Camp, and Rebel Wilson, though from the pep in her voice, you’d never know it.

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