It's the weekend before all the holidays, which means New York City is both festively alight and a complete mess. Whether I venture out this weekend or not depends entirely on whether I'm feeling brave :) How do you plan to spend this weekend? Whatever you do, I hope it's wonderful! Here are a few links I've been loving this past week:
One very powerfully written article about the lack of color in designer campaigns and how it should be the norm not the exception.
I wonder if this would happen the same way if it was conducted in the U.S. I hope so!
I finally saw Mockingjay Part 1 and Christine's video pretty much encapsulates exactly how I feel about the film (including the tears!).
This Rolling Stone's article makes me sad. One, because of the gruesome story of the alleged rape, and two, the backlash and fact that it's an unsupported at best and at worst, an untrue publication.
I've got sooo much gingham in my closet, so I'm happy to see the pattern will be trending in 2015.
Looking for a good holiday read? Join us for our December book, My True Love Gave To Me by Stephanie Perkins.
The series finale to White Collar that aired last night was great (Oh, Neal!) but open-ended, and this interview with the creator Jeff Eastin clears up a lot.
Ah, the power of reading! Lucky, we have such strong heroines :)
Gotta love a girl with her own style! Fashionista's list of 20 best dressed women of 2014 includes my favorites like Emma Watson, Lupita Nyong'o and Lizzy Caplan.
Happy Friday, everyone!