The cast of Friends reunites (finally!) and more of today’s news.
Taylor Supports Kesha
Taylor Swift is known to be a killer BFF and we're guessing Kesha def agrees. After news broke that Kesha won't be let out of her contract with producer Dr. Luke (who has allegedly abused the singer-songwriter for years), Tay donated a significant sum (read: $250K) to support K throughout the duration of her legal battle. See? Tay really is the best. [ Hello Giggles ]
McQueen's London Show
For the first time in over a decade, Alexander McQueen returned to London for the spectacular Fall 2016 show. Showcasing a moody romanticism with Salvador Dalí-inspired motifs, designer Sarah Burton showed a myriad of sheer lace, luxe leather and glimmering embellishment. Describing her woman as “almost sleepwalking," the fantasy runway show was held at the venue in which Burton assisted McQueen 20 years ago. Here, see all of the breathtaking looks. [ Vogue Runway ]
Friends Finally Reunite
The long-awaited Friends reunion finally happened! Clap, clap, clap, clap. The cast came together minus one Chandler Bing to honor legendary TV director James Burrows—though the actor delivered a charming introduction from London to appease Friends fanatics everywhere. Here, the reunion's top 10 moments from fun facts to humorous anecdotes and insider tidbits. [ E! Online ]
Burberry's London Show
London Fashion Week continued today with Christopher Bailey's stunning Fall 2016 collection for Burberry. From this season's live performance to the star-studded front row and David Bowie tribute, these are nine must-know moments from the magical show. [ Vogue ]
Create + Cultivate Is Coming To LA
The fashion-girl-beloved Create + Cultivate conference is headed back to LA this spring—the one-day-only event filled with panels and workshops centered on connecting creative women in business is set for May 7. Past speakers have included Julianne Hough, Whitney Port and Garance Doré, and this year the lineup is already stacked with big-time bloggers and local SoCal businesswomen. Check out the Create + Cultivate website for tickets and more information.