Your weekly roundup of must-read links.
See the Best Street Style From New York Fashion Week, via The Cut
Refinery 29 asks, why are plus-size models starting to disappear from the runways? Ugh, that’s so disappointing…
But on the other hand, we <3 this inclusivity at NYFW.
See also: Teen Vogue’s wonderful interview with model Madeline Stuart.
You probably seen the controversial depiction of Serena Williams by an Australian cartoonist. Here’s why it’s a problem.
You Can Now Buy J.Crew on Amazon, which is good news for me, and bad news for my wallet.
Because fashion and doggos should go hand-in-hand: Ranking the Very Good Dogs in 13 Ralph Lauren Ads.
The Cut asks, Is Fashion Ready for Snapchat Sunglasses? Not sure how successful these will be, but I have to say, it’s probably the most stylish wearable tech I’ve seen.
Say it ain’t so! Heidi Klum and Tim Gunn are leaving Project Runway.
Here’s a must-read piece from Refinery 29 about sex and consent.
How Instagram is using its platform’s hashtags for good, via The Verge.
California recently became the first state to pass a bill that would ban all cosmetic testing on animals. Fingers crossed that more states will follow in their footsteps.
Check out this list of trendy fall 2018 nail colors before you book that next mani/pedi.
Speaking of trends, wearing butterflies in your hair is making a comeback, but in a much cooler way than those old school plastic butterfly clips.
Huda Beauty is launching five new eyeshadow palettes inspired by precious stones, and they’re so, so pretty.
In case you’re in need of some hairspiration: 5 Easy Hairstyles You’ll Wear Constantly This Fall, via Cosmo.
From WIRED: Anna Kendrick and Blake Lively Answer the Web’s Most Searched Questions. Name a more iconic duo. (I’ll wait.)
Viola Davis recently shared that she regrets being in The Help. Here’s why.
Buzzfeed has a fantastic list of mini-series you can easily binge-watch within a day or two.
How to Live With Student Debt Without Losing Your Mind, written by a financial advice columnist at The Cut.
The Everygirl has a roundup of delicious “adult” Lunchables, because lunchtime should still be fun, even when you’re a grown-up.
And finally, your weekly dose of fluff: this very smart (and very cute!) corgi.