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The Large Bitcoin Collider Is Generating Trillions of Keys and Breaking Into Wallets – VICE

Since we first published this article, major security flaws in the Large Bitcoin Collider client have come to light. Check out our follow-up reporting on these issues here.

For nearly a year, a group of cryptography enthusiasts has been pooling their resources on a quixotic quest to brute-force crack one of bitcoin’s cryptographic algorithms for creating wallet addresses. This is thought to be impossible today, but if they succeed, at least one element of bitcoin’s cryptography will be instantly obsolete.

It’s probably due to the scope of the challenge that the project is called the Large Bitcoin Collider, after the Large Hadron Collider, the world’s largest particle accelerator. But instead of new physics, the Large Bitcoin Collider is hunting cryptographic collisions—essentially proving that a supposedly unique and random string of numbers can be duplicated. More on collisions and their ramifications for bitcoin later, but along the way the LBC is using its computing power to try and bust open bitcoin wallets owned by other people, and potentially taking the coins inside.

Read More: The Great Physical Bitcoin Robbery

The basics are this: bitcoin addresses containing funds can be accessed by private keys, which are generated at the same time as the address. Technically, a number of private keys could work with any given address, but you’d need a huge amount of computing power to brute force your way through enough possibilities to find any of them. The LBC attempts to accomplish this by recruiting the computing power of anyone who’s willing to download and run their software.

Finding a private key that works with an existing wallet is a fast-and-loose version of “cracking,” and gives the attacker access to all the funds inside. But when someone in the LBC pool finds a working private key, do they get to keep the coins?

“In principle yes, although there is a process defined where—if someone appears with an alternate key—the pool members consider him the owner of the address,” “Rico,” the pseudonymous lead of LBC, told me in an email. He would only tell me that he’s a computer programmer “past his 40s,” who lives in Europe.

As for the legality of all this, LBC advises participants with a rather laissez-faire attitude.

“Depending on your jurisdiction, this may be considered theft and is therefore illegal,” the site’s FAQ states. “However, there are many jusrisdictions [sic] where you could perfectly legally claim 5-10% of the value found. So you should consider if you want 100% and become a criminal or if you get 10% and still be a law abiding citizen.”

The LBC has been working for just under a year. So far, Rico claims, the project has generated over 3,000 trillion private keys and checked them against existing bitcoin addresses to see if they work, and has found three that do and contain bitcoin. They’ve found over 30 private keys in total, some of which are for so-called “puzzle” addresses that are suspected to have been generated as easy bait for crackers.

“This project has been called many things: Impossible, illegal, pointless, cool, etc.”

Cracking wallets may seem malicious on the surface—and if an LBC participant knowingly steals funds, it might just be—but it also has research value. Bitcoin security researcher Ryan Castellucci has done work cracking wallets as a proof-of-concept in order to model attacker behaviour and defend against it.

“The thing that disappoints me about this is that they’re only checking addresses that have a balance instead of all addresses that have ever been used,” he said in an interview over the phone. “For research, it’s much more interesting to check all addresses that have ever been used, because that will show you if there’ve been weak addresses created in the past and if they’ve been cleaned out by attackers.”

But cracking wallets is just one part of the LBC’s mission. The other is to find a genuine cryptographic collision, which would mean it’s possible to generate inputs that, when put through the bitcoin address hashing algorithm, generate an identical pair. If it were ever to happen, bitcoin would have to use a new cryptographic algorithm for addresses. This would be similar to Google creating a collision with the once-popular SHA-1 cryptographic algorithm, which ended its usefulness for good.

Read More: I Broke Bitcoin

“Finding a P2PKH-collision [one cryptographic method of creating bitcoin addresses] would probably mean the end of P2PKH but not bitcoin,” Rico explained, regarding the ramifications of finding a collision. “Bitcoin would evolve with new address types. Most certainly it wouldn’t ‘die’ because of this.”

Castellucci also urged caution when it comes to getting all riled up about the LBC’s search for a cryptographic collision in bitcoin.

“To effectively find [a collision], you would have to find some way to generate [keys] much, much faster than is currently known to be possible,” he said. “Unless they find some sort of breakthrough in cracking techniques, the brute force strategy they’re using poses no threat to anybody’s bitcoin.”

“Someone could play the lottery three weeks in a row and win every time,” he explained. “That theoretically could happen, but it’s safe to assume it won’t.” Castellucci isn’t alone in this belief. Others, on the /r/bitcoin subreddit for example, have been much less kind and called the LBC “pointless.” But that hasn’t deterred Rico.

“Since it’s inception [around] 8 months ago, this project has been called many things: Impossible, illegal, pointless, cool, etc.,” Rico wrote.

“I think there is more waiting to be uncovered by the LBC—including a collision,” he continued. “So with that in mind we really do not care much about what ‘someone on Reddit’ said.”

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Source: The Large Bitcoin Collider Is Generating Trillions of Keys and Breaking Into Wallets – VICE

How Google’s Work With Motorbike Riders In India Demonstrates Its Plan For Emerging Markets

India is the world’s largest market for motorbikes, with two-wheelers making up 70% of all vehicles registered by its 1.3 billion residents. It’s these motorbike drivers, more so than car owners, that Google needs to please as it competes for mindshare in this emerging market. So when user research showed that motorbikers in India didn’t find Maps useful, a team in Google’s Seattle office was tasked with figuring out how to change it.

A dive into the data revealed that motorbike drivers would only open the app for about 30 seconds and then close it. The team of product experts hypothesized that drivers needed more guidance on their route, so they spun up a prototype that would provide more in-ride prompts. But when they tested it with users in Jaipur, the largest city in the Indian state of Rajasthan, the prototype flopped.

The trials and errors to make Maps work better in India were a wake-up call, says Lauren Celenza, lead designer on Google’s two-wheeler project. As Google aims to reach more users in emerging markets like India, South East Asia, Africa and Latin America, the company needed to better integrate user research with product design.

“Opening up of the process beyond the walls of our offices is a playbook that we’re looking to for future projects,” Celenza says.

After actually spending time in India talking to people, the product team realized that the exact opposite of their initial assumption was true: Motorbike drivers didn’t want to look at or listen to their phones at all as they navigated the crowded and often chaotic roads. Instead, they wanted clearer guidance before starting out.

That initial design process highlights the too common tech industry hubris wherein companies launch tools for people far away without proper preparation or understanding of regional wants, needs or cultural differences. At its most anodyne, this approach leads to unpopular products. But it can also fuel real-world crises, like fake news and hate-speech going viral in Myanmar because Facebook didn’t have enough Burmese-speaking moderators.

The Google Maps team on the project ended up building a “two-wheeler mode” with customized routes for motorbikes that simplifies the maps and highlights landmarks to make it easier for drivers to understand and memorize the way before starting out. Since that product launched about a year and a half ago, its usage has grown from one million daily users to 5 million, and Google has launched the feature in more than a dozen new markets.

Two-wheeler mode falls under the domain of what Google calls its “Next Billion Users” initiative to reach users in emerging markets, either by launching new products or adapting old ones. For example, Google launched data-light and offline versions of Search, YouTube and Maps, and created an India-specific payments service called Tez.

At Google’s I/O developers conference last week, the company announced several other features geared at emerging markets. For example, it will start allowing people to pay for Android apps using cash and demoed an automatic text-to-speech service that will initially launch in Google’s Go app for entry-level devices.

“We need to do a lot more work to make sure our technologies and our services actually work really well for these users, including designing the right products for their unique needs,” Caesar Sengupta, vice president of Google’s Next Billion Users group, tells Forbes. “The amount of work we have left to do is still huge.”

In the past year, Google has faced a handful of controversies about how it cooperates with foreign governments. In August, the Intercept reported that the company was working on a version of its search engine in China that would comply with the country’s strict censorship laws. U.S. politicians, human rights activists and Google employees criticized the project, describing it as a tool for oppression and a slap in the face of Internet freedom. Google eventually told Congress in December that it has “no plans” to launch a search engine in China.

This spring, Google (and Apple) received widespread criticism for offering a Saudi Arabian smartphone app that allows husbands to track their wives. The country’s “male guardianship system,” which requires women to obtain male approval for certain actions, makes tracking legal, and Google said it would not remove the app.

Sengupta, who reportedly had a leadership role in the Dragonfly project, said that the company is “really engaged” in debates about the services it provides.

“The world is evolving fast,” he said. “We need to be constantly looking at what we’re doing and what are the right ways to be doing something.”

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Source: How Google’s Work With Motorbike Riders In India Demonstrates Its Plan For Emerging Markets

How AI Is Revolutionizing Healthcare

Great strides are being made by AI in the healthcare sector. The AI market in healthcare is due to increase tenfold by 2025, becoming a $13 billion industry, according to Global Market Insights. But currently, advances are generally tied to frontline medicine, rather than back-office administrative and finance functions. “Most of the machine learning and artificial intelligence gains we’re seeing right now are on the clinical and diagnostic sides,” explains Brian Sanderson, National Managing Principal of Healthcare Services at the accounting, consulting and technology firm Crowe.

But there’s a value opportunity to be gained from harnessing machine learning and AI beyond the bedside, too. It’s one that can help hospitals save money on administration and allow health system leadership to focus more on what should be at the core of everything they do: keeping people healthy. While the revolution is well underway in frontline medicine, hospital administrators are just beginning to recognize the power and applications of AI. Here, explore three areas of back-office healthcare where the chance for revolution, aided by AI, is ripe: exceptions management, hospital administration and revenue cycle operations.

1. Exceptions Management: Reducing Errors All Around

For decades, hospital business office personnel have been attempting to recognize, resolve and prevent billing exceptions, i.e. claims that did not smoothly complete the payment cycle. But with machine learning and AI, it’s possible to put actual computing power to work spotting patterns that even the most skilled humans cannot.

Working with a large health system, Crowe used AI to analyze a large health system’s credit balances — patient accounts that did not resolve to zero. “They had anomalies, and they had exceptions,” says Sanderson. “There shouldn’t be any if your manufacturing process is running correctly.” The system had 17 people working on resolving and processing credit exceptions.

As soon as Crowe put AI on the case, it discovered that a single compliance issue was occurring thousands of times per month. “We found 16,000 of them by using AI, and were able to turn it off and fix it,” says Sanderson. “Suddenly 16,000 exceptions stop coming.”

“Cost-driven automation,” as Sanderson calls it, is a transformative innovation for the healthcare space.

2. Administration: Keeping Hospital Operations From Flatlining

Current C-suite staff focused on finance are tasked with juggling plenty of plates. The chief financial officer (CFO) keeps an eye on revenues, while the chief operating officer (COO) has to look at the bottom line and keep costs low. But aided by AI, the CFO can oversee both sides of the equation with ease, freeing up the COO to keep services running smoothly on a day-to-day basis. This kind of leadership and staffing efficiency is essential because hospitals are always at risk of taking their eye off the main goal: keeping people healthy and ensuring that the day-to-day operation of healthcare systems runs smoothly.

The AI revolution will involve feeding in and parsing data from entire specialty wings and specific beds within a hospital or hospital group to better allocate resources automatically, Sanderson believes. “I think you will be able to look at the trends and diagnoses that are within the four walls of your hospital and be able to use that as an operational managerial tool,” he says. “You’ll be able to determine what your labor needs are, your food supplies and your medications” — all with better precision than ever before.

This is just around the corner, he notes, and is likely to manifest in the next few years. “It’s about as hot as it can be right now, with respect to interest and applicability,” he says of the AI buzz in hospital finance. Crowe, for one, is using technology that helps CFOs at its client organizations get a better handle on what financial position they’ll finish the year in. That use of technology is likely to expand in the near future, using information at present (including its current financials, sickness levels and hospital performance) and broader trends in the industry to project what a healthcare company’s financial performance will be in the future.

Better prediction and projection can help health systems take better risks, too, says Sanderson. Bolstered by big data, hospitals know when to take the plunge on investing several million in a new wing or diagnostic machine, for example, and when they’ll need to funnel all resources into keeping pace with more immediate concerns. “It can incorporate things like what happens when flu season hits, if there are implications from weather or if competitors open up particular facilities.”

3. Revenue Cycles: It’s a Journey To Automation

“Every health system has to become more efficient to reduce costs,” explains Sanderson. It’s a simple fact of business. But to truly bolster the revenue cycle, health systems must follow a multi-stage journey to reach maximum efficiency, according to Crowe. The first step in the process is to recognize people and processes that set the standard for optimal operations.

The second is to standardize processes to mimic highest achievers: encourage everyone to follow the path that one high achiever takes. “A lot of consulting sort of stops there,” says Sanderson: “‘This is the way you should be doing it; we want everybody doing it this way.’” But taking it a step further — and systematizing your processes — can unlock even greater efficiency. Utilizing the appropriate technology, either by ensuring the effective use of systems already in place or investing in technology that enables your teams to complete, and repeat, the correct process, is essential. Enhancing standardized human workers by giving them access to AI tools and big data helps compel them to work smarter. However, it’s still not the most efficient method of handling the revenue cycle. That comes with automation: utilizing AI across organizations to determine the best industry practice and delegating redundant tasks to machines through RPA, thus freeing up human workers to take on more uniquely human problems and relying on fewer staff to monitor machine performance.

“Where are most [organizations] on that spectrum?” asks Sanderson. “Most are somewhere in the middle of that journey.” Progress is linear and must incorporate every step, he says. It’s not possible to skip straight to automation, since the processes in place and being automated might incorporate glitches.

But as more health systems progress further along that journey, feeding more data into the bigger picture, the benefits become greater too. Crowe currently has access to 1,200 hospitals’ data, across a wide geographic span, and is leveraging that to improve performance across the board. It allows the company to take in the entire scope of current innovation — and help clients learn from best practices and peers. “The future is an amalgamation of data to allow for the best of the best,” says Sanderson. “The idea is to take an entire industry worth of data and build something scalable, and adoptable, for the industry.” In so doing, healthcare organizations allow their professionals to focus on the real goal: keeping people healthy and providing better care for all.

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Crowe LLP is a public accounting, consulting, and technology firm with offices around the world.

Source: How AI Is Revolutionizing Healthcare

Celebrities at the 2019 Cannes Film Festival

Cannes Film Festival 2019 Julianne Moore

At the opening press conference on Monday, Theirry Frémaux, artistic director of the festival, addressed the decision directly and dismissed any criticism. “We’re not giving the Nobel Peace Prize to Alain Delon,” Frémaux said. “We’re giving him the honorary Palme D’Or for his career as an actor.” He continued, “Nowadays it’s difficult to give awards, to honor someone, because the political police immediately appear. Alain Delon is not perfect. I’m not perfect.”

What is always pretty flawless at Cannes, of course, are the legion of celebrities who come to the French Riviera for one of the most important film festivals of the year. The opening night movie—the zombie comedy The Dead Don’t Die by beloved Cannes auteur Jim Jarmusch—features one of the most eclectic casts ever to walk the red carpet, including Bill Murray, Adam Driver, Chloe Sevigny, Tilda Swinton, Selena Gomez, and Tom Waits.

Other celebrities who came out for the opening ceremony include director Alejandro González Iñárritu, president of the jury overseeing the main competition; jury member Elle Fanning (who wore a Gucci gown with Chopard diamonds); Julianne Moore (above, in an emerald Dior gown with matching emerald jewels by Chopard); Alessandra Ambrosio (in a diaphanous Ralph & Russo gown with Bouchon jewels and René Caovilla shoes); and Eva Longoria (who wore a custom Alberta Ferretti gown).

In addition to Jarmusch’s The Dead Don’t Die, the pre-festival favorite for the Palme d’Or is Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time . . . in Hollywood, which will have its three stars—Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt, and Margot Robbie—lighting up the red carpet. The supporting cast isn’t too shabby either, including Al Pacino, Lena Dunham, Damian Lewis and the late Luke Perry.

Set in 1969 Los Angeles, the film stars DiCaprio as Rick Dalton, an actor trying to transition from television to movies, while Pitt plays his stunt double and best friend. Robbie portrays Dalton’s neighbor, actress Sharon Tate, who was married to director Roman Polanski at the time and was murdered in her home that summer by followers of Charles Manson.

Once Upon a Time will premiere 25 years after Tarantino’s Pulp Fiction won the Palme d’Or at Cannes, and despite that omen the movie is by no means a lock for the award. Also in competition is Pain and Glory, starring Antonio Banderas and Penélope Cruz, and directed by Cannes favorite Pedro Almodóvar. And Terrence Malick’s A Hidden Life, about an Austrian who refuses to fight for the Third Reich during World War II, is expected to generate lots of buzz on the famed Croisette.

Among the most anticipated films out of competition is the Elton John biopic Rocketman starring Taron Egerton in the title role. Will Egerton’s performance, in which he does his own singing, help blast him off to an Oscar like Rami Malek’s Freddie Mercury portrayal in Bohemian Rhapsody? The film hits the yellow brick road on May 16 and will be released on May 31.

But even if the Cannes Film Festival didn’t have Rocketman, the fans (and of course the paparazzi) really come to see the galaxy of stars.

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Source: Celebrities at the 2019 Cannes Film Festival

Tips to start your own vegetable garden

Having your own outdoor space can be a wonderful thing for your health in so many ways. Not only does it give you some private outdoor space to relax surrounded by nature, take in some fresh air and work off some calories whilst gardening, but it also means you can grow your own organic fruits, vegetables and herbs.

Growing your own vegetables in your garden is relatively easy and even beginners can get some pretty fruitful crops with little to no knowledge. I literally know the bare basics and manage to successfully grow several varieties of vegetables every year by planting seeds directly outside in a mix of soil and my homemade compost.

I have picked up a few tips in the five years I’ve been growing my own and so I will share some tips on how to start your own vegetable garden below.

1.     The right direction

Firstly you need to plant your vegetables in the right place in your garden.  There’s no point in planting your vegetable garden in a dark shaded place that gets no sunlight all day long.  Your plants simply might not grow.  Some vegetables grow quite happily in partly shady spots so do some quick research if you have limited sunlight in your garden and plant vegetables that do well in part shade like rocket, beetroot, broccoli, cabbage, Brussels sprouts, carrot and cauliflower.

IMG_0532.JPGJuicy organic carrots fresh from our garden

2.      Pots vs soil

Next is the decision of whether to grow your vegetables in pots or directly in the ground soil.  Or you can build high planters and trugs.  I personally prefer vegetable trugs so I don’t have to bend down and it minimises the amount of pests that get onto the plants.  I never get slugs and snails in my trugs, but I bet I would if I planted directly on the ground.  I currently have a huge high up planter as a strawberry patch as well as two trugs that are growing broad beans this year, but I usually grow leeks, carrots and tomatoes in them too.

Patio veg in pots

I’ve also used pots many times to grow veg and these are great if you only have a patio or want to plant things on a patio space.  My daughter Bella is growing a tomato plant in a pot this year and we have previously used pots to grow courgettes.  Pots can be moved around fairly easily if they are small enough.  For potatoes it’s a great idea to grow them in sacks, we had 10 sacks of potatoes growing one year!

If you have enough space in your garden then you might prefer to create a vegetable patch, or more than one, directly in the ground.  This is a cheaper option too as you won’t need to buy any pots, planters or trugs.

3.     Develop a watering schedule

Don’t forget to water your plants, particularly when it’s dry and sunny for several days in a row.  It’s good practice to water your plants at least once a day if there is no rain and perhaps even twice a day if the weather is particularly hot.  Set up some water butts in the garden to recycle the rainwater which will save money on water bills and help to conserve water too.

IMG_2040.JPGPlanting veg in giant pots

4.     When to plant

Not every vegetable can be planted in every season in the UK.  The main growing season is from the start of spring after the last frost, through to the summer months and end of the summer.  Most plants need planting in the spring and will be ready to harvest in the summer.  There are a few plants that can be planted late and continue growing through the autumn and winter such as leeks, but most vegetables wouldn’t survive the cold months.

Some quick research online will guide you or simply check the directions on the seed packets.  You can also buy plants from garden centres that are ready to be planted outdoors in the correct seasons instead of growing directly from seed.  This is a bit more costly, but perfect practice for absolute beginners.

IMG_0656Planting veg in a trug

5.      Compost

Some people choose to use fertiliser on the soil of the plants to replenish the soil with vital nutrients that the plants need, but I prefer to make homemade compost.  If I did use fertiliser then I would make sure it was natural and organic.  I keep a compost bin at home which we put all our grass clippings into, our food waste and some tissue and cardboard waste.  I then add this to my vegetable trugs each year and mix it in at the top so my soil is full of nutrients for the plants.  I also rotate my plants each year or plant something different so the soil has a chance to recover from the nutrients that have been used.

IMG_7736.JPGTomatoes fresh from our garden

6.     Pest control

Your vegetable garden will not only be attracting your neighbours and friends, but also pests and insects.  If you grow from seed indoors or in a greenhouse and plant out when the plants are more of a substantial size then hopefully the plants will be able to fend for themselves, but if you are planting directly from seed then you might want to put some measures in place to protect your plant.

I always cover my plants with a fine mesh netting until they are around 6 inches tall, especially carrots.  I once read that carrot fly can smell the sweet smell of the carrot seedlings as they sprout, so it’s the most important time to protect them.  I always cover them until they look big enough to look after themselves.  Plants do have their own ways of protecting themselves and it’s how we end up with so many antioxidants in them.

IMG_1095.JPGFine mesh netting to cover freshly planted carrot seeds

Of course, sometimes a crop will get too infested and it will be lost.  I lost all my green beans one year as they were absolutely covered in blackfly and they took over the entire plant!  Yet the year before they thrived and we had an abundance of green beans!

Personally I like to avoid chemicals and keep my plants natural and organic, but there are some homemade pesticide options and a few natural options in stores or online if needed.

Growing your own fruits and vegetables is fun and exciting.  There’s nothing more rewarding than watching them grow and then proudly eating them!  They always taste a lot better than store bought produce.  Gardening can be quite tiring so if you want an easier option, you can use low maintenance artificial grass which requires less maintenance but gives you the same greenery and beauty as real grass and then simply grow your vegetables in pots, trugs and planters!

Source: Tips to start your own vegetable garden

BIGtoken – The Best Platform For Earning Using Your Own Data & Personal Commodity For People To Buy

Here’s how it works. A consumer downloads the BIGtoken app, then he or she completes actions in the app such as answering questions and surveys, checking into locations, referring friends and family, and connecting their social media networks and bank accounts. The consumer gets rewarded in points for every action completed in the app. From there the consumer can redeem their points for cash or gift cards, or they can choose to donate their earnings to help fund a charity organization.

With BIGtoken, consumers get full control of what data is shared and who can access it. Thus within the app, people can easily opt in and opt out of specific advertising segments or specific advertisers.

The proposition seems to be catching on as the company says that it already has 11-plus million subscribers in just a little over a few weeks.  SRAX says that it has also been asked to integrate BIGtoken with financial institutions such as JP Morgan Chase and Citibank as well as prominent media companies such as Hulu and iHeart Radio.

From department stores to drugstores, retailers are asking consumers to enroll in rewards programs, also called loyalty programs, for access to better deals. But once was once a confusing hassle now gets a power surge from blockchain. (AP Photo/Swayne B. Hall)

With such innovations, the industry is clearly poised for massive change.  In fact, K&H Connection believes the following predictions will be key to track.  Look for processing within branded currency to become less expensive.  The ability to tie together multiple data points across a transaction will become automatic. Gift cards and loyalty points will be able to be used cross-border. And, or course, spending crypto will be fully integrated into the branded currency space.

With BIGtoken, consumers get full control of what data is shared and who can access it.

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Online Dress Boutique | Selfie Leslie | Jumpsuits and Rompers

Hey there, Gorgeous! We’re Selfie Leslie, one of the hottest online fashion boutiques in the industry. We’re obsessed with fun, flirty styles, and we’re always bringing you the best in “It”-girl dresses and rompers, tops and bottoms, jumpsuits, and more — so stop back often to see what we’re up to!

Our Story

Selfie Leslie was founded in Australia, but we came stateside to California in 2016, so we like to say we’re Australian-born, Los Angeles-bred. We own several other successful (and mega cute!) Aussie brands, including Angel Biba, Saints Secrets, Mika & Gala, Here Comes the Sun, Indikah and Debbie Dabble. No matter the brand or where we are, our goal has always been to become one of the best trendy online boutiques so you can find the hottest styles, year round.

Our Fashion Philosophy

Part of shopping at Selfie Leslie means having access to your favorite pieces, all the time. At Selfie Leslie, we make it a point to be on top of the latest trends. What kinds of looks make our cut? We’ll let our styles do the talking. Browse our collection to see our favorite looks this season:

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Have questions about any of our items or our policies? Contact us and we’ll be delighted to assist you. Be sure to follow us on Instagram to get styling advice, updates on sales, and see new styles as soon as they hit the store.

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