Fashion Roundup: Best Outfits of the Season So Far

Fashion Week, Venice Film Festival, VMAs, oh my!


Fall fashion so far? A feast.

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An Abundance of Olivias: A Guide to Telling Apart Famous Olivias

The news has been saturated with Olivias. Here's our guide to keeping up.

(Left to Right): Olivia Munn, Olivia Wilde. Olivia Rodrigo

When the news broke on Friday May 14th that John Mulaney had started dating Olivia Munn only days after his divorce was announced, the internet had many questions — how did the relationship come about (yes, in a church, but like … how)? Was there any pre-divorce overlap? Is this the latest iteration of the Pete Davidson Effect?

But mostly, who is Olivia Munn?

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Wolf Alice

Wolf Alice's Blue Weekend, out last week, has soared to the top of the UK charts, ousting Olivia Rodrigo's SOUR from the top spot.

This is the London-based band's first number one album (their last two went to number two), and it cements the indie rockers as future megastars.

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Music Lists

The 10 Best Songs of 2021 So Far

These songs have made a huge splash in 2021.

Jazmine Sullivan, Japanese Breakfast, Olivia Rodrigo, Polo G

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Believe it or not, 2021 is already just about halfway over.

From an unorthodox Grammy Awards show to tour announcements finally rolling out, the music industry seems to be slowly but surely getting back on its feet. With brighter skies ahead, there's been no shortage of great music to help weather the storm.

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At just 18 years old, Olivia Rodrigo is well-versed in her pop-rock forebears.

The "drivers license" phenom's most obvious musical inspiration is Taylor Swift, with whom she shares a knack for lyrical storytelling, as well as an undeniable ability to write an affecting hit breakup song. Even while watching Rodrigo's arsonry-filled music video for "good 4 u," it's easy to remember a teary-eyed Swift destroying her ex's property in "Black Space."

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Olivia Rodrigo

Since Olivia Rodrigo burst onto the scene with "driver's license," there's been a sense of inevitability about her impending success. True to form, just a few months after the song's release, she's built on that momentum and released her first LP.

SOUR is a blend of hyper-specific teenage angst and outpouring of universal longing and bitterness that feels cathartic and bittersweet — not unlike a sour candy, bursting open in your mouth, making you wince and then smile at the absurdity of it all as tears stream down your face.

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