What a week.

Do you need a new blazer? You do? Great! We picked some out for you!

At The Cut, an expansive piece that is well-worth your time: Everywhere and Nowhere: What it’s really like to be black and work in fashion.

This is a great interview with Sandra Oh, at Vulture.

You like pockets! You’ll like this piece about pockets on Pudding.

At Atlas Obscura: The Abandoned, Apocalyptic Architecture of One Bold 1970s Retail Chain

At Lainey: It looks like Gemma Chan and Dominic Cooper are an item. (And they’re both wearing stripes.) INTERESTING.

Amazing, at the New York Times: Susan Miller Always Has a Story For You. (I wish it mentioned my favorite of her crazy BS reasons for why her forecasts are always late: The time a window A/C unit allegedly fell on the head of the person she entrusted to post them.)

This was highly amusing to me, via Page Six: How the band Toto actually feels about the viral ‘Africa’ memes

At Celebitchy: The latest on Ben Affleck, who headed to rehab this week after Jennifer Garner intervened. Oh, Ben. I feel for the Garner/Afflecks.

Bloomberg put together PICK YOUR OWN BREXIT.

At Pajiba: Remembering River Phoenix on What Would Have Been His 48th Birthday

At Racked, a delight: Searching for Souvenirs at Dollywood. I love Dolly AND souvenirs.

Fashionista takes a look at the costumes in the also delightful To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before

Revelist reports: Zendaya Might Play Ariel In The Live-Action ‘Little Mermaid’ Movie.

Really interesting, at the NYT: The Camaraderie of the Long-Distance Relay Runner