Friday File

It’s been awhile since I put together a weekly link roundup because life has been so busy, but I couldn’t let this week’s content pass by. There was a lot of good stuff online, so let’s dive in!

Karl Lagerfeld taught a master class at a college in Paris. Oh to be in that room. That would be one interesting lecture.

So cool to see the first artifacts arrive at the Smithsonian’s still-under-construction National Museum of African American History and Culture.

Elsa Schiaparelli’s personal collection is going up for auction at Christie’s in January. I anticipate drooling over the catalog when it is released.

I can’t wait to see Hubbard Street Dance Chicago’s “One Thousand Pieces” during its Winter Series in December.

Kim France, formerly editor in chief of Lucky Magazine, shared her 7 shopping rules. She says, “some stores are incredibly good at pulling you into their whole gestalt,” and recounts almost buying a pair of shoes completely at odds with her life. Has she been secretly watching me when I go into Anthropologie?

Have a really great weekend — last one before the holidays hit with their full force!