Jokes aside, I don’t care how many kids Nick Cannon has, as long as he’s providing for them. He’s rich, do whatever. But talking about the power of his sperm is weird, and I WILL be judging that. (DListed)


What is the impact of re-wearing vintage and archive pieces on the red carpet? I think it’s mostly valuable for raising awareness for sustainability in fashion, because when it comes to fashion and environmental concerns, fast fashion is the biggest culprit for devastating environmental impact, not one-off couture pieces. But again, celebrities can make vintage and re/upcycled clothing cool, which might translate into more people choosing to re-wear clothes, rather than buying hauls of new mass-produced clothing multiple times a year. (Popsugar)

Edward Enninful continues crushing it over at British Vogue. The May issue features activist Sinéad Burke of Tilting the Lens, a consultancy group focused on disability activism. The covers are great, including Burke, Aaron Rose Philip, Selma Blair, Ellie Goldstein, Musa Motha, and Lewis Hamilton’s half-brother, Nicolas, who has cerebral palsy and uses a modified racecar, among others. Between this and Philippines Vogue’s cover featuring centenarian Apo Whang-Od, it really feels like Anna Wintour is dropping the ball and becoming less relevant to the evolving conversations around inclusivity and beauty and fashion. (Go Fug Yourself)

Prince William says he “should have done more work when he was younger”. I mean. Yeah. Probably. (Celebitchy)

Elon Musk has had a very eventful, one might even say explosive, week. Among other things, he lost $13 billion. Oh no how sad for him. (Bloomberg)