Virgil Abloh’s family and friends have lost a treasured loved one. And all of pop culture – from music to fashion to stage performance, every corner of the entertainment industry has lost a titan. It is impossible to overstate his influence on style, on aesthetic, on what most of us have in our closets, and how we express ourselves through our clothes. Again, not an exaggeration. Remember that scene in Devil Wears Prada with the cerulean blue? That’s what Virgil Abloh did to all of our wardrobes. (Go Fug Yourself) 


Tom Ford is also a fashion legend – and he too is more than just fashion. He’s a filmmaker and also now a film critic. Tom’s review of House of Gucci is more insightful than most because, well, he was there. So he’s writing from the perspective of a viewer and a member of the outer circle. Sounds like he thought it was too long too. (Dlisted) 

Elliot Page got a new phone…and used it to set a thirst trap. He’s feeling himself. And if they’re feeling themselves, well, I’m definitely having feelings too. (Pajiba) 

There’s a new royal book out that claims that Prince Charles was the one who asked about Prince Harry and Meghan’s baby skin colour and, well, I mean it was a short list of possibilities – and given Harry’s palpable anger and disgust, it also had to be someone he’s close to, someone who could inflict that kind of emotional pain. Of course there are denials now. And courtiers are swearing up and down and briefing the papers that it wasn’t the future king. (Cele|bitchy) 

The Cut has reposted its profile of Virgil Abloh from 2017. Definitely worth the re-read. (The Cut)