Boy, can I be a tough critic when a new single comes out! At first listen, my thought was “It ain’t no ‘Burnin’ Up.” But then reality set in and I realized I’ve listened to this song on repeat for the entire day. It is, in fact, a very strong comeback from the brothers and in its very own unique way, it is a bop! I have no idea what the music video is about, but it doesn’t matter. The brothers featured their three wives/partners in it and it wasn’t weird in the slightest. It was actually quite endearing and we almost wanted more?
Who steals the show? Sophie, by miles. Priyanka does her same old schtick that we’ve seen in everything that she does with Nick now, but Sophie was the superstar here. Why? Because she’s a complete weirdo! Her top three moments:
- Biting the bush
- Pouring her champagne into her bath
- Spitting her champagne into her bath
On another note, it’s also quite refreshing to see Danielle, Kevin’s wife! Their relationship has always been so sweet to me because they met organically while on a family vacation and she was a non-celebrity. Though it wasn’t popular, I thoroughly enjoyed their short-lived reality show.
We’ve been a longtime Nick Jonas fan, but the vocals award goes to Joe in “Sucker.” His part clearly stands out above the rest. This is a strong debut for a group that I thought would never return to music as a band, but it makes me excited for what’s to come. I’ve already agreed with one of my best friends that we are definitely headed to their tour. How powerful a single can be…
- How Tourists Are Loving Nature to Death [The Guardian]
- The Long-Term Cost When Graduates Move Back Home [New York Times]
- 25 Simple Rules For Not Acting Like An A-Hole at the Airport [Inside Hook]
- When Priyanka Met Nick: A Love Story [Vogue]
- Is Orthorexia the Eating Disorder for the Digital Age? [Vogue]
- 10 Things You Should Throw Away Before 2019 [Refinery29]
As weddings continue to grow more and more expensive, the rise in elopements among my friends are increasing. Personally, two of my closest friends have already opted for very small weddings with a third confessing to me that she’d elope just last week. When you watch a wedding video like this though, it’s not hard to see why this route is attractive. There is so much to love in a wedding video like this one – stunning views of Santorini and the most beautiful slip wedding dress I’ve ever seen.
[Chris and Ruth] did an amazing job with this one.
This all white look is absolute perfection. For all of their wedding details and more, click here for their feature on [Green Wedding Shoes.]
We interrupt our Spring 2019 RTW coverage for Fall 2018 RTW with Ralph Lauren and their 50th anniversary!
I think I just caught myself drooling over this collection. I knew it was good, but I didn’t know it was going to be THIS good. For everyone that posted about this show on Instagram, I’m sure those photos didn’t even do this showing justice.
- The Unexamined Privilege of Gilmore Girls [Slate]
- I’m a food writer — with some food issues [Food52]
- Navigating a Digital World After 40 Years in Prison [Splinter News]
- Airbnb’s new font “Cereal” [Fast Co.]
- How to go out alone as a man [GQ] – honestly women can do the same thing too!
- Poke bowls as the next convenience food [Buzzfeed]
- Tough questions on self care in the workplace [Girls’ Night In]
I’m a little behind on the news clearly, but I’m lol’ing at this ad that the city of Los Angeles put out seeking a Graphics Designer. The entire thing was done within Microsoft Paint and responders are applying to the position in almost the same cheeky way that it was put out into the world. It’s nice to see that some places still have a sense of humor. Big ups to whoever decided to follow through with this. Since this tweet came out, it has received 30K retweets and 74K likes.
Don’t miss the boat! Get your applications in now.
Connie Constance – Stars
I watched the Zac Posen documentary “House of Z” on Netflix yesterday and this was the ending song. I’ve long looked up to Zac for his beautiful silhouettes, but never knew anything about this story. The documentary captured it well and I couldn’t get this song out of my head for the next hour.