Before anything can happen, can we talk about how incredible these Loeffler Randall booties are first? Holy crap.
Anyways - this weekend, it's a toss-up between a visit to Dover Street Market and the new Kara Walker exhibit in Camden on Saturday, capped off with a Sunday night screen of Don Jon as part of the London Film Festival.
Looking for a book club you don't have to commit to? Join this one, or at least read it. Book reviews written by gals with a variety of tastes at a variety of ages. (Books & Other Stories)
A beautiful story about love, politics, and what it means to be a big sister. (Gawker)
Are you in the camp of Anne-Marie Slaughter or Sheryl Sandberg? What if you just don't care and are fine as you are? That's the basis of Elissa Straus's new piece about women and ambition. Discuss. (Salon)
This week, The International Herald Tribune became The International New York Times. Jean Seberg's cry will never be the same. (The New York Times)
And speaking of changes in the publishing world, Harper's BAZAAR has done a major site upgrade and found new ways to incorporating advertising into content and social media. (The New York Times)
I don't cook, but I might buy this cookbook just because it's from Kinfolk.
Hah! This is familiar.
Of course Amy Poehler is also a great writer. Her recent short essay in The New Yorker about a summer job proves it. (Cup of Jo)
COS has launched sterling silver jewelry - hurray! Perfect for little ladies like me with extra sensitive ears.
This story about an inspiring father from Oregon is absolutely heartbreaking. (The New York Times)