Everything You Missed Online This Week and Need to Read Stat

Time to learn how to rock one of these bad boys. Photo: Courtesy of Samantha N.

While we here at Teen Vogue HQ are busy creating tons of fresh new web content every week, we’re also perpetually reading (and loving) stories from all over the internet. Here are our latest faves:

Taking a pass on the statement necklace trend because you’re not sure how to style it? This guide is the answer to all your sartorial prayers.

If you’ve ever read The New Yorker’s take on True Detective or Breaking Bad, chances are you’re already a fan of totally brilliant TV critic Emily Nussbaum. (Really, who isn’t?!) So how did she get her super sweet gig? You might be surprised by her answer.

When you mix incredible textiles with top-notch athletic gear, you get something along the lines of this newly announced collaboration between Mary Katrantzou and Adidas. Sign. Us. Up.

Betty or Veronica? Daphne or Velma? A look back at some of the coolest two-dimensional female characters of all time—we mean that in the literal sense, of course.

One of the best videos on Beyoncé’s visual album is definitely “Pretty Hurts,” at least in ourhumble opinion. And what better time than Easter weekend to cop her style and craft your ownBey-inspired bunny ears?

We may be entering an era where “Katniss” and “Tris” top the list of most popular names, but there was once a simpler time when “Mary” and “Emily” reigned. Find out what year your name was most popular here.

Grace Coddington: the epitome of creativity and originality. The famed Vogue editor’s birthday is tomorrow (HBD Grace!), so let’s celebrate with her 10 essentials, from shepherd’s pie to Prada platforms. 

If the term “magical realism” gives you flashbacks to AP Lit, you’re probably well-acquainted with Gabriel García Márquez. The literary great, responsible for such powerful cultural and political masterpieces as 100 Years of Solitude and Love in the Time of Cholera, passed away on Thursday at the age of 87.

The next best thing to being Taylor Swift? Dressing like Taylor Swift. Here’s how to buy one of her adorable skater dresses for under $100.

This is about to be either the best thing you’ve ever heard of or the most dangerous: healthy cookie dough. (Spoiler alert: It involves chickpeas!)

Source from: http://www.teenvogue.com/entertainment/2014-04/weekend-roundup



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