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Welcome to the Racked Reads newsletter! Every Sunday, we’ll share Racked’s best features from the week that was, as well as some non-Racked things we read and think you will like.

This week, our market editor Tanisha said a very wise thing: that the actual first day of the year is February 1st, and January is just a practice month. I like this a lot, because it feels like the whole world has been spinning its wheels ever since 2018 descended, and the thought that none of it counts until a few days from now is comforting. In the meantime, however, we at Racked have been doing our darndest to punch through the January blahs, by writing about everything from the long history of black-owned makeup brands to the very shortest of shorts. Alanna Okun, senior editor

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Features From Racked This Week

Some of the features, investigations, and longform journalism we published this week.

If you’re watching the Grammys tonight, read this piece on how the awards show has always been far more political than its TV and film counterparts.

Harriet Tubman wouldn’t have worn a pink pussyhat, and a man got a job.

East Africa doesn’t want your hand-me-downs.

Shopping when you’re a tall woman can be a real challenge.

In the 1920s, a makeover saved a woman from the death penalty.

Some Congresswomen will be wearing black during next week’s State of the Union to show solidarity with Time’s Up and #MeToo, as well as pins to honor Recy Taylor.

Ivanka Trump is under scrutiny, again, because of her ongoing connection with her brand.

Speaking of connections: Turns out there are, weirdly, a bunch between the Spice Girls and Versace. (If you’re watching American Crime Story this season, this is definitely worth a read.)

And if you’re watching Grown-ish, read all about how the show quietly champions modest dressing without ever calling attention to it.

In the era of “fake news,” here’s how a local TV anchor in Kansas City dresses to earn her viewers’ trust.

Pearl barf on clothes: It’s a thing, and it’s bad.

Finally, we checked in with Thinx to see what’s up now that they have a new CEO and, at last, an HR department.

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A few of our favorite fashion and beauty reads this week from around the internet, curated by Racked editors.

Remember when pop stars wore purity rings? This great piece by Hazel Cills at Jezebel traces their rise and fall.

BuzzFeed News published this incredible series in partnership with the podcast Death, Sex & Money all about how class and money affect people’s lives. Every piece and episode is worth checking out, but a good place to start is this essay by contributor Jaimie Seaton on the financial realities of getting divorced.

This article by Emilia Petrarca at The Cut, about the Soho intersection that’s a prime destination for streetwear-obsessed dudes, is accompanied by some truly incredible portraits of hypebeasts ages 6 through 40, photographed by Ryan Pfluger.

GQ held a downright delightful roundtable on the state of drag with the contestants of RuPauls Drag Race All Stars 3, written by Brennan Carley and photographed by Justin Bettman.

Also from Jezebel, this piece by Anna Merlan explores the tattoo industry’s recent reckoning with sexual harassment.

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