Plenty for you to read today, if you’re looking for it.
– This is an interesting piece about the logistics of the White House when one president moves out and the other moves in. It’s INTENSE because the whole move has to happen during the Inauguration. It is a fascinating look at how people have been pulling that off for years. (If you read The Residence, the sort of juicy-but-respectful tell-all about the people who work at the White House, which I really enjoyed, you may know some of this.)
– At Fashionista: What Michelle Obama’s Support Has Meant to Emerging Designers
– The Observer brings us the following: Modern TV’s Leopard Print Renaissance
– Relevant to many of our interests, at Atlas Obscura: This 19th-Century Book Chronicles Victorians’ Strange Cat Fears And Fascinations
– Over at Lainey, an update on all the ENDLESS DRAMA between Aaron Rodgers and his family and the brother who was on The Bachelor and Olivia Munn, and it is juicy and I agree that Bachelor Brother is probably to blame more than he’d like to admit for…whatever the deal is. ANYWAY. Have at, Packers fans!
– WHAT: BCBG, Home of Everyone’s Favorite Prom Dress, Is Closing Stores. RIP, BCBG, where I bought so many Going Out Tops in my drunken 20s. [Racked]
– The Atlantic has a good piece about my favorite new show this year, The Good Place. (Loads of spoilers if you haven’t seen the finale yet.)
– These “unicorn lattes” are very pretty but also look like they’d taste disgusting. [Stylist]
– We need to talk about THIS, at Pajiba: That ‘Fake for a Movie’ Ben Affleck Tattoo Mess Makes No Appearance in ‘Live by Night’
–At Celebitchy, Sarah Paulson is A DELIGHT.
– Over at Revelist, someone actually made a Niffler necklace. Harry Potter fans, you’re always thinking!
– At Refinery29, this is a tutorial that I sincerely needed: How To Wear A Blanket Scarf Without Looking Like You’re Napping