Can I interest you in some reading material?

Karl Lagerfeld took…these….pictures….of Kim Kardashian and they are REALLY SOMETHING ELSE. Just go look. Seriously. We’ll wait. (Pajiba)

– You will love this article about how Clue became a cult classic. Flames on the side of my face! (Buzzfeed)

–Speaking of movies, this look back at 1950s movie gimmicks is amazing. It is so, so interesting. Here’s just a taste: “[William] Castle also rigged certain theater seats with electric buzzers. ‘I don’t know how he talked these independent theaters into letting him shock the audience’s butts,’ says Terry. ‘It was a fairly simple device, but he had to work hard to get the studio’s marketing department to buy off on it, and also to persuade the exhibitors to do the gimmick. I can’t imagine that working today.'”  That’s the least of it! (Collectors’ Weekly)

– Um. Gina Gershon As Donatella Versace looks AWESOME. (Vulture)

– Speaking of amazing costuming, you’ll enjoy this chat with Janie Bryant, the Mad Men costume designer. She is so smart. (Smithsonian)

– Speaking of casting, did you know Alicia Silverstone almost starred in My So-Called Life? (Refinery29)

– Our friends at Forever Young Adult ponder which new fall TV shows we need to be watching. What are you picking up this season? (Forever Young Adult)

– This headline says it all: This Abandoned Mall Is Perfect for Your Zombie Back to School Shopping. (Gizmodo)

– Let’s admire Scarlett Johansson’s engagement ring. (Lainey Gossip)

– As Celebitchy put it: “If you love British royal history, you’ll love Vanity Fair’s new feature on the Mountbatten sisters, Lady Pamela Hicks and Patricia, Countess Mountbatten of Burma.” The Mountbattens are STILL irked with Diana. (Vanity Fair)

– Refinery29 explores What Your Favorite Model Says About You. (Refinery29)

--Cow-tipping ISN’T REAL? But it’s in Heathers! (Modern Farmer)