Happy Friday, everyone! As a reminder, all of Fug Nation currently gets 15% off sitewide at GiGi New York with the coupon code GFY15, through 8/10. Go buy yourself something pretty.

Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux got married! (Lainey)

Buzzfeed wants to know if you can ID a Channing Tatum movie from just a screengrab. (I scored an awesome 10/12!)

– Oooh, here are some inside shots of that Idris Elba Maxim shoot. (Lainey)

Heather and I were asked about our favorite summer reads, and the one’s we’re most looking forward to in the last few weeks of this summer, over at Conde Nast Traveler.

– Check out WWD’s salute to Arnold Scaasi, who died this week.

– The Economist looks back at one Jacob Fugger, AKA Jacob The Rich.

– Can I interest you in this Guide to Pride and Prejudice retellings? (Book Bub)

– Speaking of, The Telegraph wonders, could Mr Darcy afford a stately home today?

– Enjoy this oral history of Bring It On! (MTV)

Vanity Fair presents a Brief History of the International Best Dressed List…

–… and this year’s list.

– The recipe of the week is for a Watermelon Martini. YES PLEASE. (The Stripe)

– The nanny implicated in the Ben Affleck/Garner split is, I think, kind of loving this. (Celebitchy)

– Cosmo brings us 11 “Empire” Guest Stars and What They’re Doing on the Show This Season. I CAN’T BELIEVE THIS IS THE FIRST I AM HEARING THAT COMMON IS GOING TO BE ON EMPIRE!

– BookRiot presents 5 Classics That Should Definitely Become CW Shows, and it is amusing.

– The headline of this Pajiba story is so poetic: Henry Cavill on Sex Scenes: ‘All You’re Doing is Smacking Your Nuts Against Someone’

– Fascinating: What It Was Like to Seek Asylum in Medieval England (Atlas Obscura)

– Let’s enjoy British Vogue’s Emma Watson lookbook!

– I enjoyed this Diablo Cody interview over at Refinery29.

– Shall we see how well the cast of Wet Hot American Summer has aged? (Vulture)

PBS is rounding up Instagram shots of the last shooting days of Downton Abbey. Noooooooo, don’t leave me, Lady Mary!

– This is funny, at Racked: Ex-Boyfriend Book Blurbs

Listen to Kelly Clarkson cover “Wrecking Ball.” IT’S SO GOOD. That song is on the playlist I listened to the entire time we were writing The Royal We and it brings me all kinds of feelings. (Entertainment Weekly)

– This is relevant to our interests: Favorite Travel-Sized Beauty Products! (Wit & Whimsy)