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Adele, The Weeknd And Kendrick Lamar Are Performing At The Grammys
Grammy night is officially Kendrick Lamar night. The rapper with 11 nods has just been announced as one of the performing acts alongside Adele, The Weeknd and Little Big Town. Additional performances (Rihanna?) will be announced over the next few weeks leading up to the award show airing live for the first time on both coasts (!) on February 15. (via: Billboard)
Here's What Grace Coddington Will Do As Creative Editor At Large Of 'Vogue'
Grace Coddington Jrs, no need to start editing your creative director resume for Anna's eyes. The fashion bible's OG creative director is stepping down from her position, but the pubication is reportedly not looking to hire another creative director to fill the spot. Coddington will move on as Creative Director-At-Large, in which she will produce four shoots a year alongside collabrations, like a new fragrance with Comme des Garçons. Slay, queen. (via: BOF)
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The Tea Is So Real In The New "Weiner” Documentary
Before news broke of Anthony Weiner's sexting affair with Sydney Leathers, the former New York congressman and his wife, longterm Hillary Clinton aide Huma Abedin allowed cameras to film his floptastic bid for mayor. Bad idea. Via New York Times:
"The film overflows with juicy moments about Mr. Weiner. As the second scandal unfolds in July 2013, Mr. Weiner is shown panicking; misleading the news media; and, at one point, racing through the back halls of a McDonald’s to avoid a woman with whom he traded inappropriate texts, whom his campaign code-named “Pineapple.”"
Also, my favorite moment from Abedin:
"Just after the news broke that Mr. Weiner had exchanged lewd messages with women online using the pseudonym Carlos Danger, Ms. Abedin maintained a steely calm.
When a young campaign staff member, on the verge of tears after the revelations and ensuing media harassment, prepared to leave the couple’s Park Avenue apartment, Ms. Abedin offered some advice. “Just a quick optics thing?” she said to the woman. “I assume those photographers are still outside. So, you will look happy?” The staff member agreed."
The film hits theaters May 20 and will premiere on Showtime in October. How timely. (via: NYT)
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PostedJan 20, 2016