April 29, 2016

Weekly Links // 1



Drag Queen Phi Phi O'Hara is doing #365daysofdrag and it's amazing. She's doing everything from original looks to cosplay of your favorite 90s characters. Rainbow Brite? Check. Inspector Gadget? Check. JEM? Check.

Fancy juice doesn't cleanse the body of toxins. I have literally argued with people that believe in juice cleanses (or cleanses of any kind, really). You don't need to do anything to cleanse your body because your body does that all by itself.
And then she got to the inevitable detox claim: Juicing “allows the body to have more of the resources it needs to support the phases of detoxification, and even to begin to help remove the cumulative toxins stored in the body.”

“What does that even mean?” she said. Exasperated, she stopped reading.

4 men with very different incomes open up about the lives they can afford. I have lived in two of these groups (hint: it's not the top two) and it was rather eye-opening to see how the wealthy live and plan for the future.

The White House Correspondents' Dinner will be held while we're in DC for our vacation. The list of celebrity attendees is quite lengthy and I always look forward to the YouTube videos that follow. This year's host is Larry Wilmore from The Nightly Show.

Be the boss, not the #girlboss. The term "girl boss" has always made me scratch my head and I'm glad to see a slew of articles being published about it. Joanna wrote about it on Cup of Jo and linked to this Girl Boss Eulogy.

100 Years of Style: What were people wearing the year you were born? I was born in 1986, but I much prefer the Madonna-inspired looks of 1985. Oh, the 80s. Such a weird and wonderful decade.

Design links: Cornelia Parker erects Psycho house on the Met's rooftop, photo series of misplaced New York buildings, and check out these fantasy movie posters from the 80s!


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