Our style icon of the week — Esther Quek
Esther, the group fashion director at classic menswear magazine The Rake, is constantly seen dressing better than the boys at various different Fashion Weeks.
(Source: facebook.com, via baebl)
Just a reminder that I have no clue why Facebook prioritizes some user updates versus others. It thinks I like preseason football a lot though.
(from here: http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2014/08/how-much-should-you-know-about-how-facebook-works/378812/)
I mean, yes. Obviously. What are we, new here?
This is gayer than Fire Island. — Best overheard of the night at Robyn. He was right.
The picture of a perfect night.
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This is just wonderful in so many ways.
Sarah Palin on SNL: “I know that they portrayed me as an idiot, and I hated that”
Try not acting like an idiot once in a while maybe?
The idea that that’s what’s driving this strikes me as completely wrong. I mean, first of all, there’s a lot of people grateful that it’s getting covered. Second of all, people forget this- these protests started within minutes and hours of the death of Mike Brown and they started on the street on which Mike Brown was shot and killed, among the whole neighborhood. I talked to an owner of a barber shop on West Florissant who told me; it got to him real quick and before he knew it, everyone had left out the barber shop to go down there, okay? So there was no media at that point. There was no cameras down there. There were people rushing down to the scene. There was a very heated standoff with police as Michael Brown’s body was on the street. That was not people trying to get on camera. — Chris Hayes, live on msnbc, on Captain Johnson’s claim that the media is instigating protesters to act out. (via iwriteaboutfeminism)
He sat like this for about 10 minutes staring at the cows