Apparently Alex Rodriguez has “come to terms” with the fact that he will no longer be Jennifer Lopez’s plus one which… I mean… remember what he was like when he was her boyfriend first and then fiancé? Those perks were coming his way. And I don’t just mean money, I mean attention, I mean glory, I mean people actually caring. As for him “coming to terms” though – like, wasn’t the decision made for him? Very swiftly and obviously? (Dlisted) 


TikTok has a new favourite hairstyle and it’s called the “wolf cut” which, to me, is not all that different from “the cut” that everybody was talking about a couple of years ago that Duana rocked first and that showed up on the Daisy Jones and The Six book cover. This one is ever-so-slightly move punk rock though. And it’s hard to achieve. Like what are you supposed to do when you have straight hair? (PopSugar) 

I don’t love all of these looks in the new Naeem Khan resort collection but I do LOOOOOVE this green print in three different options. If I could choose one celebrity to wear one of these pieces, it would be Sandra Oh, in the middle one with the plunging neckline. My personal preference is the dress on the right, with the caftan vibes, the long, loose sleeves. It’s very New York, Truman Capote and his swans. (Go Fug Yourself) 


Keeping Up With The Kardashians ended over a week ago and they’re still trying to talk about it with Andy Cohen and a reunion episode rehashing some of their past biggest gossip stories, like Kim’s relationship with Kris Humphries. Maybe it’s my feed that’s been curated to not include that much Kardashian coverage but I feel like the interest level is significantly less intense these days. Like was there anyone sitting around wanting Kim to revisit that marriage or… the one that is just now ending? Is there actual nostalgia for KUWTK? They haven’t let anyone be nostalgic! (Cele|bitchy) 

Tomorrow is Juneteenth, which is now a federal holiday in the United States to mark the end of slavery in America. Kellie Carter Jackson writes about the symbolism of this holiday and what work needs to be done to actually “reconcile history with memory” in reckoning with slavery and its ongoing consequences; she’s right when she says that a holiday without learning, and relearning, and without confronting the hard truth of history, the holiday and its spirit, what it is supposed to stand for, which is racial equality, will be meaningless. (The Atlantic)