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Marge Simpson's becoming a bonafide fashion icon with her very own illustrated style tribute. It comes courtesy of Alexsandro Palombo, who has re-imagined the cartoon wearing some of the most iconic dresses throughout history. Yes, it's a little weird to picture the Simpsons' mom in Geri Halliwell's Union Jack dress or Elizabeth Hurley's Versace safety pin number, but she sort of pulls it off? (VOGUE UK)
You might think Lorde's record-breaking track "Royals" was inspired by British dignitaries, but really, the pop star reveals the single was influenced by a baseball player. The 17-year-old said that while she's always been interested in aristocracy, the "royal" in question is really a Kansas City baseball player named George Brett. Lorde said, "I had this image from the National Geographic of this dude signing baseballs. He was a baseball player and his shirt said Royals. I was like, I really like that word, because I'm a big word fetishist. I'll pick a word and I'll pin an idea to that." (Huffington Post)
F. Scott Fitzgerald's final, unfinished novel The Last Typhoon is coming to TV! The Hunger Games screenwriter Billy Ray is adapting the work for HBO, which is inspired by the work of film producer Irving Thalberg. Stay tuned for casting details! (Vulture)
Lady Gaga just dropped her Artpop film! And yes, it's a total and complete experience in a way that only Lady Gaga can offer. Watch it for yourself below. (MTV)
Even if you weren't at Kanye West's Yeezus show this week, live vicariously through our friends over at NYLON Guys. (NYLON Guys)