Friday links

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  • Pierre Cardin died last month; check out some of his most iconic looks here. (The Cut)
  • 2020 in photos. (Kottke)
  • This is a fun mix: 50 songs from the past 50 years. (Kottke)
  • I love this brief bio of the fascinating inventor of the bra, Caresse Crosby—who, for starters, had a dog named Clytoris.  (Messy Nessy)
  • How Kelly Loeffler’s WNBA team helped defeat her in Georgia’s runoff election. (Vogue)
  • A fun piece on my favorite Instagram gossip account, Deux Moi. (Elle)
  • 18 new and returning TV shows to look forward to this year. (Town & Country)
  • The subversive power of quilting. (Hyperallergic via Go Fug Yourself)

 

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    Stephanie
    9 Jan 2021
    11:55am

    One of the brightest spots in the last few weeks for me — a low bar, admittedly — has been watching Kelly Loeffler’s own WNBA team come out so strong and so effectively for Raphael Warnock. I wish I were a bigger sports fan — the Dream ladies rule!

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    Candy
    8 Jan 2021
    5:41pm

    Caresse Crosby (nee Mary Phelps Jacob) — what a fascinating life! Thanks for this.

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    Mary
    8 Jan 2021
    6:13pm

    Thank you! Can’t wait for “Succession” and “Dead to Me.”

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