I hope this finds you in the midst of your ideal Saturday morning routine. Whether that involves exercise, sleeping in, fun plans, house cleaning or lazing about.
There’s going to be a re-make of Wicked! as a movie staring Ariana Grande as Glinda and Cynthia Erivo as Elphaba and I am so excited!
A really interesting piece about Colin Powell and how he refused to quit even when he idealistically, morally, and factually disagreed with the work he was doing. It’s very thought provoking.
Karl Lagerfeld’s art and design collections are going on sale at Sotheby’s soon, but you can take a look before it’s dismantled here. His library is stunning, albeit slightly impractical.
Speaking of Karl Lagerfeld I have very much been feeling his infamous sweat pants quote “Sweatpants are a sign of defeat. You lost control of your life and bought some sweatpants.” and I’ve been wanting to upgrade my work-from-home outfits a bit to feel like less of a schlump.
There are so many reasons why I wish I could hop on a plane and go to NYC or just move to the city forever, but being able to rent a mock-up of Carrie Bradshaw’s apartment for $23 USD a night on AirBNB is currently at the top of the list.
See Also: Harryween.
That Beyoncé never followed anyone on Instagram was peak-Internet culture. But Jay-Z just joined Insta and she followed him. She’s also his only follow. Icon behaviour.
A very interesting editorial about Spain’s reaction to Columbus Day becoming Indigenous Peoples’ Day in the USA.
My fall/winter wardrobe is bleak after 4 years of scrubs, 2 years of grad school, and a pandemic. So this inspo from Grace is starting to help me figure out what my cold weather personal style is.
A new type of migrant worker – climate disaster response.
Stanley Tucci, respectfully, is my god. I love this interview with him.
What is the real effect of true crime?
Wow there are a lot of men in this week’s reads. That might be a first.
Have a great weekend!