Not sure how I missed this, but Annie Leibovitz did a gorgeous spread on Betty and Don Draper (AKA January Jones and Jon Hamm) for September’s issue of Vanity Fair. SWOON.
Lincoln University is requiring students with high BMI ratings to take a class titled “Fitness for Life,” which meets three hours a week. HOW LAME IS THAT? (Via You’d Be So Pretty If …)
Fashion Herald shares some hard-learned lessons in maternity style.
CAGE MATCH: Express vs. New York & Co. Who will prevail?
Tra Tutti – a high-end designer consignment website that donates 20% of every sale to the charity of your choice – is selling $50 gift certificates for only $40 for the holidays.
A recent experience at a heavily marketed op shop has Franca asking, what are charity shops for?
Bill Cunningham sings the praises of color, in his darling Bill Cunningham voice. (Thanks, as always, poodletail.)
Saturday Jane gives us her top seven female cartoon characters of all time, with in-depth analysis. I was only familiar with a few of these gals, but second her nomination of Babs Bunny.
Gertie got a reader question about sewing pattern categorization that made her wonder what is plus sized anyway?
And finally, lovely reader Iris sent me this link to a clip in which Stephen Fry relates his simple method for achieving gorgeousness: