If you’ve been reading this site a while, you know how I adore Dlisted’s Michael K. ADORE. Every few days, he’ll write something that makes me hysterical to the point where I can barely put myself back together. Now… we don’t just get to read the funny sh-t that comes out of Michael’s head, we can HEAR IT. On his podcast! The VMA episode of the Dlisted podcast is up now! (Dlisted) 

Amber Rose wore an outfit I liked so much, I posted it in LifeStyle the other day. But… this is outfit, here, is not for the LifeStyle page. I don’t know what it’s for, other than Halloween. (Go Fug Yourself) 

Ben Affleck has landed himself on the cover of Us Weekly because he’s dating Shauna Sexton. This is not new for Ben – he’s been covering US Weekly for two decades now. The timing isn’t great for Jennifer Garner. She’s out here getting her star on the Walk of Fame and prepping to promote her new movie, Peppermint and meanwhile he’s, well, he’s still complicated. Always complicated. As Gwyneth Paltrow told us all those years ago. (Cele|bitchy) 

Is there something in your wardrobe that, every time you wear it, people compliment your outfit? For me it’s usually shoes or a jacket, especially my short sleeve denim jacket. I’m telling you, a short sleeve denim jacket is such a find. If you find one, get it. You will not regret it. Anyway, there’s now a list of wardrobe items that are guaranteed to “make people say OMG I love”. Not sure about fishnets under jeans. I would get so hot and uncomfortable. What people don’t tell you about fishnets is that sometimes they get caught on your pussy. (Buzzfeed) 

“No makeup” makeup is… still makeup. Some people think it might be the hardest makeup look to achieve. But before you go there, one of my “no makeup” tips is to actually not use makeup on your skin. Instead, try a tinted matte sunscreen. This is my technique. I use it instead of foundation. I skip foundation and use only concealer as needed and power and blush. Carry on, here’s the tutorial. (The Cut) 

I really love the headline of this article about Bill Hader. About “killing the romance of art”. It would be a great Show Your Work discussion too because Duana’s latest sermons always involve Barry. For too long, people have avoided talking about the WORK of art. It’s been romanticised. Overly romanticised. Making art doesn’t have to the sexy. It can be you by yourself on your laptop, figuring out the right scene… without the help of an angel who flies in from the window. That’s actually how most art gets produced. And finally we’re letting that be interesting. (The Hollywood Reporter)