It’s the weekend! Let’s make the most of it. Angelica Huston and Sofia Coppola chat about working with their dads. (NYTIMES) 55 best photos from the Oscars! You so sweet, Eddie! (POPSUGAR) Speaking of the Oscars, we should probs watch Glory again. And this: “Chris Pine is in tears. The audience is in tears. Everyone is in tears. Glory.” 5 Career lessons from Leslie Knope. (PAYSCALE) On a more somber note, Oliver Sacks wrote this piece about facing death, he says: I cannot pretend I am without fear. But my predominant feeling is one of gratitude. I have loved and been loved; I have been given much and I have given something in return; I have read and traveled and thought and written. I have had an intercourse with the world, the special intercourse of writers and readers. Above all, I have been a sentient being, a thinking animal, on this beautiful planet, and that in itself has been an enormous privilege and adventure. Top image by Dafy Hagai via The Tappen Collective.
What are you up to this weekend? Whether or not you decide to embrace the hallmark holiday, we hope your weekend involves all kinds of fun things. Here are some fun links on the internetz x Three dancers performing their male friendship- watch the 3 minute Bromance dance. (nymag) Macaron Icecream Sandwiches. Nuff said. (simmerandboyle) Rosie Waterland’s review of 50 Shades is ace. (mammamia) Instagram captures hearts with this account. How to be a male feminist. (esquire) An article about a blog dedicated to tracking Joanna Newsom’s fashion. (pitchfork) And here is a sweet video regarding the online chat… Top image from Super Rural.
Have a whimsical weekend… This family. A house designed to hang off a cliff, and literally living on the edge. 50 non- cliché places to travel to in your twenties. Why women aren’t welcome on the internet. Celebs in trenches. Have you checked out Openhouse Magazine? These illustrations by Bernadette Pascua are just right. Top image by Blanca Gómez for Kireei Magazine.
What are you up to this weekend? A few of our Australian contributors are currently abroad- Chalsie is travelling through China, Christina through Indonesia and Ruby is soaking up her last days in Europe before returning home to Sydney (which we are oh so glad about)! For the rest of us who are not having amazing travel experiences at present, here are a few links to click through. Maybe follow the Olsen motto and live your weekend in style. x 5 Websites for Job Hunting Success For those in the darkness of winter- cold weather everything fashion Get in my tummy: Popcorn. Toffee. Crack. Bars. Make your home look like this Spanish library loft Read How Critics Have Failed Female Filmmakers The Best Super Bowl Ads (so far) Bri’s closet makeover is just lovely One of the most popular articles of Jan, and the 36 questions you need to fall in lurve. And the real 36 questions you need to make it work. Image via whataroleplayerneeds
We hope you’ve had a productive and interesting week! Monday in Straya is our national Australia Day, which means it is a day of beach, sun, BBQs, Triple J’s Hottest 100, beer and dancing! Because of this we’ll be posting on Tuesday next week. Have a lovely weekend! x You probably need to watch this again. 31 dresses you can just chuck on and head to work! If only. How Fashion Helped Defeat 18th-Century Anti-Vaxxers. This quiet short film Night in a Hotel, based on the German short story. The best ads of 2015 (which is your favourite?). Have you read this interview with David Mitchell? Oh em gee must try Joy’s pistachio donut recipe. The Bondi Hipsters have a lot to say about Tay Tay protesters (re her entry in the Hottest 100). Top image by Glendyn Ivin, from season two of Puberty Blues.
This year we will be putting up a bunch of our favourite links from around the web each friday. This is mostly because the weekend is so close! We hope you soak up the sun (or adventure through the snow), take time to relax and read and listen and drink tea. x A super cute DIY for watercolour table numbers (that double as water bottles!). A few scribbles of Revolutionary Women in the Arts. Oscar fashion over the years. Remember Hugh’s opening number? In case you missed these incredible photos. Take Me To Church sounds even better with a “magnifique surprise” gospel choir. Funny article about why it’s time to let it go of Let it Go. Andrea Costantini’s Where is my Mind series. Mermaids are real. And even though you’ve probably seen it, Maroon 5. Top image by Gray Malin- see more here.