Happy Friday, friends!
ICYMI, we revisited the pilot episode of Twin Peaks to uncover if it still holds up (it does), so please check that out.
– Related, this amazing piece at Eater: Dale Cooper’s Damn Good Coffee Means a Lot More Than You Think
– At Lainey: Apparently Taylor Swift has a new boyfriend. Given how little coverage I’ve seen of this lately, I wonder if the internet no longer gives a shit who Taylor is dating.
– We obviously want to spend a Beauty Minute With Kiernan Shipka! [Into The Gloss]
– This is a chilling, fascinating piece in Los Angeles: How a 13-Year-Old Boy Brought Down L.A.’s Most Notorious Serial Killer. I clearly remember when the Night Stalker was on the loose — I was 10 — and I posted this story on my Facebook, and SO MANY of my friends, who also grew up in Los Angeles, had similar memories. One of my friends lived in a condo building where one of the murders occurred, even.
– This is a great article on Fashionista about what it takes to become a celebrity stylist nowadays.
– Billboard brings us The Oral History of Celine Dion’s ‘My Heart Will Go On.’
– This is awesome, at Jezebel: Talking Plus-Size Red Carpet Fashion With the Stylist for This Is Us Star Chrissy Metz
– SO RELEVENT TO MY INTERESTS, at the New York Times: What White House Correspondents Pack. I do really wish they’d spoken to a women, though — because that must be exponentially more complicated.
– Vulture ran an incredibly interesting oral history of The Strokes this week, that’s excerpted from the upcoming book Meet Me in the Bathroom: Rebirth and Rock and Roll in New York City 2001-2011, which I clearly need to buy now.
– I love this, via Smithsonian: The True Story Behind Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler and Her Mixed-Up Files
– Refinery29 asks, Did You Know There’s A Victoria’s Secret Museum? I DID NOT.
– This is a great story about a fourteen-year-old Seattle girl who negotiated free feminine hygiene products in her school bathrooms. She ROCKS.
– The Washington Posts asks a VERY IMPORTANT QUESTION: How do couples live in tiny homes without killing each other?
– At The New Potato, look at all these cute blouses!
– Also at Lainey, this is a great look at Teen Vogue and Solange.
– Pajiba ranks Netflix’s best original series. I kinda disagree, but not in a way that ENRAGES ME. I would, like…mildly reorganize the rankings.
– Oh my god, you guys. They’re making a Golden Girls version of Clue. [Entertainment Weekly]
– Katy Perry has her own line of shoes now. They’re very…Katy Perry. [Revelist]