Meghan Markle Sartorially Embraces New Faith, Lululemon and Central Saint Martins Team Up

by Taylor Harris

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Meghan Markle Is Embracing Her New Faith Post-Baptism (The Cut)
Meghan Markle debuted her latest sartorial choice for the masses to obsess over: a diamond cross bracelet. The jewelry was reportedly a baptism gift after Markle officially converted to the Church of England last week. The actress was raised Episcopalian but was baptized by Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby at St. James’ Palace Chapel Royal in a private ceremony during which holy water from the River Jordan was poured on her head. The conversion was reportedly done out of respect for the Queen. The bracelet can’t hurt either. See it here.

Kylie Jenner Ate Like “Eleven” from Stranger Things While She Was Pregnant
While much of Kylie Jenner’s pregnancy has been shrouded in secrecy, the reality TV star opened up on Twitter on Sunday night to answer her fans burning questions about the past nine months. Apparently Jenner thought she was going to have a boy, was bummed to miss out on sushi and pregnancy-craved Eggos and donuts. She also really enjoys the bread from Los Angeles eatery Craig’s, FYI.

The Internet Is Having a Field Day With The Daily Mail‘s Latest Story on Kate Middleton (The Cut)
It would seem the public’s fascination with everything Kate Middleton excludes any appendage-related news. The internet is dragging The Daily Mail for devoting half its front page and two full inside page’s to a story focused entirely on the length of Kate Middleton’s fingers. “Why are Kate’s fingers all the SAME length?” is splashed across the cover of the tabloid. Twitter really enjoyed mocking the conspiracist cover line.

Lululemon Enlists Students of Central Saint Martin for Capsule (WWD)
Activewear giant Lululemon has tapped MA fashion students at London’s prestigious Central Saint Martins to create a limited-edition capsule to be released tomorrow. The collection is titled “Art of Motion,” with students taking inspiration from artisans and designers in Kyoto, Japan. The range tickets from 45 pounds (approximately $62.50) to 98 pounds (approximately $136).


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