What Else? 

Lainey Posted by Lainey at October 15, 2018 20:50:01 October 15, 2018 20:50:01

Michael K, as usual, brings up an excellent point: you know those people who start camping out outside the hospital whenever a royal birth is imminent? Days ahead. You’ve seen the pictures. Be happy that you can’t smell the pictures. Because imagine? Anyway, when Prince Harry and Royal Meghan’s baby is on the way, will there be people waiting outside the hospital? And will one of those people be… Samantha Markle!? (Dlisted) 

There’s a connection between Donald Trump and Ansel Elgort. It involves a photoshoot, Melania, and Mar-a-Lago. Sadly it does not involve house music. (Jezebel)

This black and white pinstriped dress on Natalie Dormer is fine. Whatever. This is not what caught my attention. What caught my attention is… and I want you read this like I’m screaming, I just won’t use the all-caps… the f-ck is happening on her feet? Why these shoes? You know my problem with these shoes. I know you know. They are kitten heels. And two years ago not even Vogue could make the kitten heel happen because a kitten heel is entirely unnecessary, especially now, in 2018, when there are so many amazing options in flats: loafers, oxfords, sneakers, all manner of shoes designed to tell the kitten heel to f-ck itself. (Just Jared) 
  
Demi Moore has joined Instagram. I’m actually surprised it took her this long. Her first IG post was a video, a total mom video. A really cute mom video. Does this mean more and more moms will be leaving Facebook and heading to Instagram? You know what happened to Facebook. (Cele|bitchy) 

I was pretty excited about Andrea Riseborough’s style for a while. And I would be way more excited about this look, because it’s actually quite adorably offbeat and un-basic, but I can’t defend the hairstyle. With a different outfit? Maybe. With this outfit… this wasn’t the right call. (Go Fug Yourself) 

There have been movies I’ve loved this year, that are my favourites. But of all the films I’ve seen in 2018, my pick, so far, for “best” film of 2018 is one that probably won’t go to the Oscars: Eighth Grade. It’s now available on demand. If you haven’t seen it, because it was so hard to find in theatres, you can now watch it at home. And it will be worth it. For the performances, for the story, and for Enya. Yes. Enya. Yes. THAT Enya. (Vulture) 
 

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