Wake Up Round Up: Tavi Gevinson Lands A Movie Role
By: Chelsea Burcz

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What you need to know about Natalie Portman’s wedding to Benjamin Millepied. [Vogue UK]

Tavi Gevinson’s (Style Rookie) landed herself a part in the next movie by Nicole Holofcener (Friends with Money, Please Give), a currently untitled film that will also star James Gandolfini and Julia Louis-Dreyfus. [Bullett]

“The ‘cyber’ part is more complex. [Elin] Kling’s blog, Style by Kling , has garnered an army of adoring readers since she launched in 2007. Less well-known is her role as co-founder of a blog portal, Fashion Networks International. FNI’s website, NowManifest, is essentially the world’s first ‘superblog’, hosting six leading bloggers under one virtual roof. These include Kling, BryanBoy , Anna Dello Russo , Mr. [Derek] Blasberg , Rumi Neely’s Fashiontoast and Industrie Magazine.” [Telegraph]

“While a few fashion and lifestyle magazines reported virtually no change in newsstand compared to last year, that wasn’t the case for the majority of titles. During the first six months of this year, most publishers were lucky if they reported only a single-digit decline.” [WWD]

Useful new internet error messages. Hilarious. [McSweeney's]

Karl Lagerfeld’s famous feline poses for photos in i-D magazine. [Grazia]

It’s like Instagram for Gifs. [Slate]

For today’s young generation, having Facebook is considered “normal,” while opting out is considered “abnormal.” [Mashable]

Carrie Bradshaw’s famous tutu was only $5. [HuffPo]

Comments

  1. Veena says:

    This isn’t a surprise at all, Tavi Gevinson has achieved so much despite her tender age, and this movie gig is just another example of what she has in store for her bright future. She’s definitely my biggest blogging inspiration, and I can’t wait to see this movie!

    ♡ veena | seveninchstilettos.com

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    OyVeyMyLife says:

    That’s really amaizing! It’s truly great to see how successful she has become from a blog!

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