The Fug Girls hate this outfit on Marion Cotillard and, well, I LOVE it. And I would love it if I didn’t have COVID. This, for me, is the perfect blouse to go with a pair of pants like this because you can easily do a half tuck on either side and still showcase the high waist. But it’s the pants themselves that are most controversial because they’re big denim, the extreme opposite of skinny jeans and, frankly, who needs that oppression right now? (Go Fug Yourself)


Kim Kardashian has launched a skincare line, joining the long list of celebrities with skincare lines. On the one hand, since she’s self-admittedly so vain that she jokingly said she’d eat sh-t if it would make her look younger, who would know more about how to take care of their skin? But then on the other, I think we all know by now that it’s wayyyyyyy more than just cleanser, toner, and moisturiser that goes into how Kim looks like Kim. Like instead of selling me a product, I’d be more inclined to pay to watch a video of her telling me what her injection schedule is and how many cc’s each time. (Dlisted) 

Just catching up on this Swedengate business – apparently if you’re a kid in Sweden playing at another friend’s house and it’s time for dinner, you won’t be invited to eat with their family and Twitter lost its mind, LOL. This has never happened to me, but I can tell you that my parents dreaded it when my friends’ families fed me because I would always come home all like…why can’t we just have mac’n’cheese once a week?! (Cele|bitchy) 


Since I feel so gross right now, it was the perfect time to read up on all the gross sh-t that the human body can do. And by gross, obviously, I mean fascinating. I generally find everything and anything to do with my period fascinating – did I mention that I have COVID at the same time as my period? Fun! Anyway, you know what we don’t talk about enough? I’ve always maintained we don’t talk enough about our periods but as mentioned on Reddit… part of that is also the period sh-ts. The depletion is a mess, but I also find it strangely satisfying. (Pajiba) 

In celebration of Pride Month, Vogue’s “Growing Up, Coming Out” is a series of personal reflections from queer American designers with a new essay released every day. Yesterday was Michael Kors. Today is Sheila Rashid. And while we’re here, I really, really love her signature sweatshirt. (Vogue)