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Jessica Simpson is all over New York right now. Yesterday there were multiple outfit changes. And a visit to The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. The reason for her promo blitz? It's the 10th anniversary of the Jessica Simpson Collection and they're celebrating the brand at NYFW. A decade. Full Story
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This month, Jessica Alba covers Allure and Gwyneth Paltrow is on the cover of Fast Company. The stories revolve around The Honest Co. and Goop – billion-dollar evaluations and contextual commerce and investment (both financial and personal) and of course, the idea of lifestyle, that they are both, in their own ways, experts. Full Story
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Is it lifestyle season? Is there something about the end of summer/impending school year that drives everyone to suddenly become obsessed with coconut oil and mason jars? Yesterday, US Weekly posted an exclusive story on Camila Alves’s favourite lunchtime recipes, dubbing her a “lifestyle expert. Full Story
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Another week, yet another celebrity lifestyle site. This one has a twist though, I promise. Big Bang Theory star and neuroscientist Mayim Bialik has launched a lifestyle site, GrokNation. It’s smart and kooky and not trying to be chic or artisanal or solve all your problems (as if shoving salad into a mason jar has ever solved anyone’s problem). Full Story
Jessica Alba is promoting The Honest Co.’s new femcare line (which inexplicably boxes tampons to look like “artisanal chocolates”) so is of course pulling out her philosophies on parenting in a new interview. The thing about Jessica Alba is that she frequently talks out of both sides of her mouth, changing the narrative whenever it suits her. Full Story
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Angie Tempura was a recurring character on SNL’s Weeknd Update played by Michaela Watkins. Angie ran a blog called Bitch Pleeeze. She always wore pyjamas, always had Starbucks, and was always congested. That’s how a lot of people perceived bloggers. That’s still how a lot of people perceive bloggers. Full Story
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Lena Dunham has been teasing a project for a few days on social media, and it’s been announced she is launching a newsletter with her Girls producing partner Jenni Konner. “Lenny” promises “feminism, style, health, politics, friendship and everything else” – Lena and Jenni have talked to BuzzFeed Full Story
Jennifer Aniston has a new fragrance – her third, Near Dusk - launching at Kohl’s, which means we get a full rundown of her favourite scents. Jasmine! Men’s sweat! Nectarines! The way celebrities talk about their little cash cow projects, like fragrances, has always cracked me up. Full Story
So it wasn’t true. Katy Perry is not releasing a song called 1984 as a slap-back to Taylor Swift. Her managers confirmed to Billboard that the story was bullsh-t. There is a 1984 that has been registered but it’s not hers. Katy also retweeted Billboard’s clarification on the issue which means there’s nothing to see here…
But what were those few hours like when Taylor Swift thought that there might have been something to see there? Well, around the same time that the rumour about 1984 was circulating, Taylor was also retweeting online articles. This story in ESQUIRE featuring Taylor and Beyonce with the title…
How Beyoncé and Taylor Swift Conquered the World with Pop Music
…that namechecks Katy Perry, who’s a major player in pop too, like she’s an afterthought. You think she’d want to be part of that conversation?
It’s the only flattering headline about Beyonce that’s come out this week. The Beyhive felt f-cked over after her Good Morning America shenanigans a few days ago – click here for a refresher – as people continue to not give a sh-t about her 22 Vegan Days, and, at the same time, seriously hate on Tidal. Bey is supposedly releasing an “athleisure’ clothing line with Topshop in the fall. Seems a lot more on-brand than kale. But can she remain as removed from the consumer while promoting that than she has been with the vegan business? Would you buy it anyway because it’s fashion?
Yours in gossip,