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  • Behold, the best fashion campaigns for fall 2021, which is truly right around the corner. (The Cut)
  • These photos—of the 20th century American west—taken by Lora Webb Nichols, are pretty amazing. (Kottke)
  • Hilarious and true: “I Appreciate When Men Interrupt Me Even When I’m Trying to Tell Them There’s a Fire.” (McSweeney’s)
  • The transgender Roman emperor that history forgot. (Messy Nessy Chic)
  • Here’s a fun Q&A with Simon LeBon, late of Duran Duran. (Vulture)
  • I am totally on board with this essay about why the teenaged characters are the best part of the HBO series White Lotus. (Vogue)
  • This piece—about 106 year-old Tulsa Massacre survivor Lessie Benningfield Randle, who is seeking reparations for that tragic event—is pretty moving. (Marie Claire)
  • Fascinating and harrowing: One woman’s escape from sex trafficking. (Elle)
  • I’m pretty of bummed that Andrew Cuomo—who was a source of strength for so many during the early days of Covid—turns out to be rather a pig. (New York)
  • And finally, I’m not sure you’ve lived unless you’ve checked out some of Prince’s custom heels. (NY Times)

 

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