Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s new nonprofit Archewell is coming so soon, they’ve launched its webpage. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s site archewell.com went live today, with just a landing page up defining the organization’s name and offering a signup for email updates. See the landing page below here or check it out yourself at archewell.com. archewell.com After stepping back from their royal family … Continue reading See the Site For Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s New Nonprofit, Archewell
As if you needed another reason to love Madewell, the beloved brand whose denim offerings have become a mainstay in many closets—including famous ones, like Meghan Markle’s—here’s one more: Madewell athleisure. For the first time ever, Madewell is making its foray into the athleisure market with a collection aptly titled Make Weekends Longer. Madewell’s customers’ desired clothing that fit with the times—comfy, casual apparel that … Continue reading Madewell Launches New Athleisure Category
There are new worlds to explore—quite literally—in the genre-hopping Lovecraft Country, the HBO series that brings supernatural horrors to Jim Crow America. With so much left to uncover and a season finale now behind us, fans are curious if showrunner Misha Green will diverge further from her source material, the 2016 novel by Matt Ruff, with a second season. Let’s just say, the odds are … Continue reading Lovecraft Country Season 2: Everything We Know
A follower recently asked on Instagram what our team’s recommendation for a fall investment would be for his wardrobe. My answer? A men’s Birkenstock clog, preferably lined with shearling. Yes, really. What are men’s Birkenstock clogs, anyway? These cozy slip-ons have been around forever, but you’d be forgiven for thinking they were rolled out for a covid-induced isolated winter, along with loungewear and anxiety medication. … Continue reading Yes, Men’s Birkenstock Clogs Are a Trend. A Good One.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg left behind a final project, which will now be released posthumously. Prior to her death last month, Ginsburg worked with Amanda Tyler, one of her former clerks and a current law professor at University of California, Berkeley, on composing new material and collecting previously unreleased works. This compilation will be released as a new book, entitled Justice, Justice Thou … Continue reading Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Coauthored Book to Be Released Posthumously