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THIS WEEK: Personal Best

We’re obsessed with Amal because she’s the perfect combo of style and brains. That combination can be surprisingly hard to pull off: Silicon Valley hosted a geek-chic fashion week full of mostly unwearable clothes. Columbia University student Emma Sulkowicz continued her mattress protest by carrying it to graduation, where she was snubbed by university president Lee Bollinger. (Maybe he saw the posters around campus calling her a liar?) It’s amazing how quickly anti-abortion views can change when the women you know face an unplanned pregnancy. Online love is often a fraud, but how many friends in common do you really need to show up for a first date?

“You need to show yourself how strong you are,” says Polly. Vivienne Westwood on what it takes to stay independent. Now that we’re all taking Kim Kardashian seriously, Amy Schumer shows us how to get the perfect booty. Tavi clapped back at the Sartorialist. Trans girls can be Girl Scouts, too. We’re legit jealous of this spoon-carver’s life. Apparently neon green is the new ombré (uh, according to Jared Leto) and veins are the new six-pack (according to Details). We remain unconvinced.

LISTEN: “Feelin’ Myself”

Beyonce and Nicki Minaj having picnic

Turns out this song is so good we don’t even need the whole music video, just 30 seconds and a few solid GIFs. (Not even Beyoncé and Nicki can get us to subscribe to Tidal.)

Point/Counterpoint: Are Flats Formalwear?

  No: According to red-carpet officials at Cannes, which has reportedly turned away several festivalgoers who aren’t wearing heels.
  Yes: “Everyone should wear flats,” says Emily Blunt.
  Absolutely—if they’re the right flats.
Emily Blunt at press conference saying she prefers sneakers

Humble Suggestion: Smarter Water

If, like us, you’re still unsure about the weight-loss benefits of lemon water, here are some equally dubious “enhanced” hydration suggestions.

  Lime water. Like lemon water, only bolder. Think of it as a super-virgin margarita.
  Almond water. Great protein for you; not so great for drought-stricken California.
  Cucumber-mint water. The benefits are mainly psychological: You’ll feel like you’ve splurged on a very expensive day spa.
  Anchovy water. Packed with essential fatty acids for healthy, glowing skin.
  Saltwater. For gargling only. Nature’s mouthwash!
Kim Kardashian drinking wine

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