I do apologize for the lack of posting this week, but it was a short one, and I was admittedly distracted. Likewise, this week's link roundup is also a bit short. However, that doesn't make them any less awesome. Have a fabulous weekend and I'll see you back here on Monday.
If you're already sick of her, TAYLOR SWIFT'S VOGUE COVER STORY won't help much. She's a quirky mix of endearing charm and perfectionist PR that you can't help but applaud her for it.
This Portlandia sketch on MALE FEMINISTS is pretty great. Watch it.
From Mr Porter's excellent editorial component, The Journal, is CONFESSIONS OF A NEW YORK TAXI DRIVER. It's interesting, funny, and ultimately, very sweet.
Don't miss CHVRCHES COVERING JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE's "Cry Me A River" in the BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge. It is excellent. And while you're at it, check out GEORGE EZRA COVERING MACY GRAY.
Read this charming article from Vanity Fair about JULIE ANDREWS AND CHRISTOPHER PLUMMER DISCUSSING THE SOUND OF MUSIC 50 YEARS LATER. It's quite endearing and interesting.
Whether or not you give a lick about NYFW, it should be noted that JAY-Z WAS CAUGHT STREET STYLING at Lincoln Center.
The Oscars are this weekend! The Atlantic has PREDICTIONS FOR WHO WILL WIN and hat tips for those who should have been nominated.