The Internet Is Obsessing Over Gigi Hadid’s Rainbow Pasta Cabinets



a close up of a glass door: Supermodel and mom-to-be Gigi Hadid showed off her NYC apartment via Instagram. She had been working on it for a year with Gordon Kahn.


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Supermodel and mom-to-be Gigi Hadid showed off her NYC apartment via Instagram. She had been working on it for a year with Gordon Kahn.

Over the weekend, supermodel Gigi Hadid debuted a groundbreaking new look: her NYC apartment. Via Instagram, the 25-year-old fashion icon shared some shots of her colorful, eye-catching interiors that she had been working on with Gordon Kahn. As it turns out, she’s a total maximalist (like bestie Taylor Swift) with a design style that is quite—er—outside the box.

“Spent all of last year designing and curating my passion project / dream spot,” the mama-to-be captioned her 10-photo post. With each photo, we get a look into her bold, colorful, and very much one-of-a-kind apartment.

You’ll find the living room gives off boho-chic vibes, while the staircase nods to the pop art era. One of her bathrooms looks like it was taken

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How to make pasta from the stuff that’s actually in your kitchen

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#PantryPasta has been trending for a while now, and I think somewhere in the midst of all the excitement, the term got misinterpreted. Search “pantry pasta” and there are a billion different recipes online. Some of them call for porcini mushrooms. Ohhh, let me just reach into my stash of porcini mushrooms that I have lying around, because I’m the mushroom king! “Deglaze with wine”? Look, pal, wine isn’t something I just have on hand. I either buy it to cook with, or buy it to drink; either way, that bottle isn’t making it through the night. Bottom line: artichokes, olives, cans of San Marzanos—these aren’t things I always have in my pantry for “pantry pasta.” My budget is tight. I don’t go to the grocery store,

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