DIS week: B*tch don’t kill my vibe

Because you deserve it!

Because you deserve it!

You better work b*tch: Meet Yulia Viktorovna Vins, the Russian teenager with the face of a barbie, and the body of an action figure. The 17-year-old competitive powerlifter says she started working out to build her self confidence – and that she did, along with inspiring me to actually use that Equinox membership I bought the day after Thanksgiving.


It’s Britney b*tch: Britney posted a sneak peak of her music video for “Work Bitch” on her Instagram last night. It’s got major Spice Girl vibes, but we’ll just give her benefit of the doubt and call it homage.

A b*tch giving back: Blake Lively wants to help YOU “curate” your life! As the ex-Gossip Girl explained in an interview with British Vogue”…[I]t’s about storytelling and it’s about living a very one-of-a-kind, curated life, and how to achieve that.” I don’t know about you, but there’s something suspiciously GOOP-y about this. And could she be more Serena? It’s totally like her to think that she can go ahead and get away with “curating” people’s lives. Whatever.

B*tch make me a sandwich: Apparently these days, all you need to do is make 300 sandwiches and boom – you’re engaged! Well, at least, that’s what a New York Post Page Six Editor is saying. While internet feminists are unsurprisingly angry, I’m just glad to hear that I’m not the only crazy b*tch in town. 177 down, only 123 more to go!

At Home with Stephanie Smith author of Blog 300 Sandwiches and

Bad B*tches: The ladies of Rick Owens’ S/S ’14 show completely killed it in undoubtedly the most exciting show this week at #PFW.

The casting of a predominantly black step team to showcase the collection was a beautiful and moving contrast to, well, this:


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