Let's Get Links: This Week's Top 4


Red Carpet Photos— Best dressed… what did you think? As far as I'm concerned, Emma Stone can do no wrong; I love her red carpet aesthetic. I was also a big fan of Lupita Nyong'o (eek! so sad about that gorgeous dress), Julianne Moore, and Margo Robbie. And that picture of Jeff Goldblum and Adrien Brody in their matchy white tux/black tie combos is everything. 

5 Things We Can Learn from This Dreamy Luxe Kitchen— The people who own and designed this kitchen are sorcerers. Floor-to-ceiling subway tile? Yes. Gray cabinets with brass handles? Super-yes. If your style is even slightly urban… this kitchen is your dream kitchen. 

Julianne Moore & Mindy Kaling on the Blue/Black, White/Gold Debacle— Mindy: "@_juliannemoore do you think your oscar is black or gold??!?" I'm still laughing at this. Best disagreement over this dress yet. 

Sergei Polunin + Hozier— Oops! A bunch of people tagged me in this when it came out. I watched, enjoyed, and then never shared it… so I am correcting that now. You've probably already seen it, but if you haven't… I'm jealous, because you're about to witness one sexy/cool bit of ballet magic. 


Let's Get Links: This Week's Top 4


Change Destiny Beyond the Limits of My DNA  Misa Kuranaga, a principal dancer with the Boston Ballet, was told many times throughout her career that she had the wrong body type to pursue ballet. She partnered with SK-II to make this inspiring campaign about overcoming physical stereotypes. I love love to watch her dance! 

My Favorite Lipsticks Have you seen this blog?! This lady writes about being a mama of two (now three, I think) adorable kids and her family's adventures around NYC. Her photos couldn't be cuter, and she's always doing something cool with lipstick (neon pink, orangey red, etc). 

‘SNL’s’ Vanessa Bayer in ‘Fifty Shades’  Ha! Vanessa Bayer is so good in this video for Audi. She makes this Fifty Shades of Gray elevator scene SO classically awkward.   

The Broad Museum Announces Opening Date And A Sneak Peek Yay! The permanent collection is going to be amazing— Jasper Johns, Andy Warhol, Ed Ruscha, Cindy Sherman— a huge collection from 1950-2012. I can't wait!