The most daring dresses celebrities have worn in 2019 so far

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Many celebrities — like Paris Hilton, Kim Kardashian West, and Priyanka Chopra — have worn daring dresses this year.
The “naked trend” has proven to be particularly popular in 2019, with multiple stars sporting sheer gowns on the red carpet.
Other celebrities, such as Heidi Klum and Kendall Jenner, have opted for daring dresses with plunging necklines and bold cutouts.
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From red carpet appearances to New York Fashion Week, numerous celebrities have worn daring dresses throughout 2019 that have pushed the fashion envelope and inspired new trends.

So far, stars like Kim Kardashian West and Heidi Klum have been spotted wearing eye-catching ensembles, many with bold cutouts. Sheer dresses have also become a favorite among the stars, while plunging necklines seem to be making a comeback.

Here’s a look at some of the most daring dresses that celebrities have worn since the start of the year.

In January, Heidi Klum turned heads in a baby blue gown at the Amazon Golden Globes after-party.

The halter-style dress featured a thigh-high slit and a daring cutout across the chest. To add some extra glamour, Klum donned silver heels and sparkling jewelry.

At the 2019 Critics’ Choice Awards, Linda Cardellini put a sheer twist on a classic look.

The “Dead to Me” actress chose a black, ruffled dress from designer Zuhair Murad for the event. She paired the see-through look with simple makeup and an updo hairstyle.

That same month, Bella Thorne took over the red carpet in a red and black dress.

Her playful look included a heart-print skirt, and two black panels that doubled as her top. She also wore shiny sandals and a long leather jacket draped across her shoulders.

In February, Kim Kardashian West wore a simple dress with an eye-catching feature …read more

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The startup behind Silicon Valley’s favorite ‘bleeding’ veggie burger has scored a major victory in its battle for legitimacy

The Impossible Burger is a plant-based patty made by Silicon Valley startup Impossible Foods, which has backing from Bill Gates.
Some advocates have said the burger is unsafe because of a key ingredient called heme, or soy leghemoglobin.
The FDA initially said it couldn’t deem heme safe for consumption without further research. But on Wednesday, the FDA classified soy leghemoglobin as a color additive, clearing the way for Impossible Foods to sell its “bleeding” burgers in stores.
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The magic ingredient that makes Silicon Valley’s favorite veggie burger “bleed” has officially been approved by federal regulators.

On Wednesday, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) cleared the way for a protein called soy leghemoglobin to appear in food items sold in grocery stores. When soy leghemoglobin is cooked, it produces heme, the iron-rich compound that gives the “bleeding” veggie burger made by Impossible Foods its signature blood-red color.

Read more: This Silicon Valley startup behind the veggie burger that ‘bleeds’ just fixed its biggest problem

In July 2018, the FDA determined that soy leghemoglobin was safe to eat, or in official parlance, “generally recognized as safe” (GRAS). But until now, Impossible Foods had still been waiting to hear whether the ingredient would be recognized as a color additive, which requires a separate approval process.

The FDA’s latest decision is a big win for the company, which now plans to sell its burgers in select grocery stores starting in September.

Impossible Foods battled with the FDA over its star ingredient

Impossible Foods has received funding from Bill Gates, inked deals with major fast-food chains like White Castle, and even made its burgers available on Air New Zealand flights. But the company hit a snag last summer after voluntarily sending data about its burger to the FDA; the agency said …read more

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