Friday Link List: Louboutin for Whole Foods, Hating on Gwynnie’s Style Mistakes, and Alexandria’s Newest Blog

What we were clicking this week.

By: Michelle Thomas

Image via Unreality Magazine.

It seems we’re not the only ones who secretly love Disney’s villains far more than the princesses: An anonymous artist decided to give majorly glam makeovers to some of the most iconic animated evil queens. We only wish they had included Maleficent. [Refinery 29]

Christian Louboutin for Whole Foods. Wait, WHAT? This very speculative rumor could potentially go down as Weirest Collab Ever. [Lucky]

Our snark soulmates the Fug Girls take a painstaking look at Most Hated/Beautiful Gwyneth’s sartorial missteps over the course of her fame. Oh, the memories. Cheers: The gathered rose chiffon number from the ’07 Oscars and The Cape. Jeers: The beaded top/shiny sky blue pants/weird green lizard booties combo from the Talented Mr. Ripley premiere. [The Cut]

Four of Alexandria’s style-savvy boutiques—Zoe, Bellacara, Shoe Hive, and Kiskadee—joined forces to launch a new blog this week. It’s light on content for now, but expect trend pieces, tips, and more to come. [Alexandria Stylebook]

Have you seen JCPenney’s new mea culpa ad? Spoiler alert: It’s weird. And a little desperate. Fashionista dissects the troubled store’s comeback hangover. [Fashionista]

Over at Jezebel, Sade Stehlke writes about the dearth of darker-toned BB creams (and other foundations) available for black women. [Jezebel]

McLean-based T-shirt company CustomInk celebrates the 100th anniversary of the tee (introduced by the US Navy in 1913). In honor of the big b-day, the brand counts down the 100 most iconic designs—from D.A.R.E. to tuxedo tees. [CustomInk]