Fashion lost one of its most original voices in André Leon Talley. He was magnificent – both in presentation and personality. And he wasn’t just an authority on style but also on celebrity. I loved listening to him speak. I loved seeing him react. And his impact on the industry is undeniable. The Fug Girls put together a lovely tribute with a personal anecdote. (Go Fug Yourself)


There was a brief détente in the ugly situation between Britney and Jamie Lynn Spears a few days ago. But the fact is, Jamie Lynn is trading on Britney to promote this book. And Britney has now issued, via her lawyer, a cease and desist. Basically Britney wants Jamie Lynn to take her name out of her mouth, because it seems like she’s all Jamie Lynn can talk about – in service of book sales, which obviously is a bad, bad, bad look. What do you supposed the PR for the publishing company is thinking right now? Is anyone actually spending money on the book? (Dlisted)  

It’s been a week or so since Jason Momoa and Lisa Bonet announced their separation and according to PEOPLE’s sources it’s the distance, the fact that he’s away all the time and she’s not about to follow him to every set. (Cele|bitchy)  

I don’t go anywhere so it’s been a while since I’ve been inside of a Walmart. And I used to quite enjoy Walmart. The Walmart snack aisle is a black hole for me. I can spend a long time there. If I were guaranteed on a visit to Walmart to see this many mullets though, I just might reconsider going when the situation is safe again. (OMG Blog)  

Much of Vogue today, understandably, is dedicated to André Leon Talley. And of course Anna Wintour has issued a statement. The photos are amazing. The clothing is amazing. The stories must have been amazing. (Vogue)