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

What we were clicking this week.

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]

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