Fashion How cute is this recently Insta-ed pic of Leslie Mann and Girls executive producer Judd Apatow? The couple is wearing a Clashist t-shirt covered in line drawings of Lena Dunham in various stages of undress, taken from scenes of Girls. Want your own? Buy it here.
Pop Culture Also in Girls-related news: you know when someone tells you that you remind them of someone famous and you’re immediately annoyed because you find the comparison unflattering? Celebs apparently have the same reaction. This time, it’s Dunham—or more properly, her Girls showrunner Jenni Konner, who’s peeved about Dunham being compared to NYC-based Friendship author-slash-lightning rod, Emily Gould. Konner tweeted her irritation after Gould seemingly implied that Dunham owes her a kind of literary debt in two recent profiles in ELLE and the New York Times. Is Gould taking part in a passive-aggressive form of B—tch Stole My Look, or is there some merit to her point? Discuss among yourselves. As for us at FLARE: We have mucho love for the work of both Dunham and Gould.
Beauty Supermodel Karlie Kloss is a product hoarder and proud of it. The statuesque stunner told ELLE that she has so many products she needs a separate room to house them. Her beauty standbys? Living Proof shampoo, RMS “Un” Cover-up and Sunday Riley foundation.
Sex File this new development under “tragically appealing:” Match.com is reportedly partnering with a Los Angeles-based company to provide brokenhearted singletons the opportunity to find someone who looks remarkably like their ex; a sleight of hand made possible through facial recognition technology. Sadly—but really, happily—the $5,000 service is only available in the U.S. at the moment.
Health Is juicing an empty yet immensely profitable health trend, or a healthy indulgence that warrants paying $12 for a bottle of blended kale? Anne Kingston of Maclean’s suggest that the science supports the former.