friday favorites: weekend reading by Krystal Bick April 20, 2018 Happy Friday! It’s been another busy week over here in TTT land — lots of events, photoshoots, and jaunts around the city (oh, and lots of dreamy, wishful Rodarte mirror selfies!). Personally, I’m ready to curl up on the couch with a big glass of wine (something red to reflect the still-chilly weather, preferably) and just do nothing. Of course, that’s probably just wishful thinking, as there’s always lots to be done, but, I’m hoping YOU have the glorious chance to just do nothing. So, in that spirit, we’ve rounded up our favorite things across the internet lately. Pour yourself a glass (mug? bowl?) of something good and enjoy this moment of zen. A Complete Guide to New York’s Best Overpriced Grain Bowls (how many of these places have you checked out? I love Citizens of Chelsea and need to try Westbourne!). Did you snag a dress from Julia Engel’s Gal Meets Glam Collection launch today? I picked up Courtney but I’m also lusting after Hillary! Madewell is (finally!) doing extra 30% off sale. I’m loving this sweet yellow top! It’s Earth Day on Sunday — think about the little things you can do to help our planet. Recycle, ride your bike, take shorter showers, reuse a water bottle. These things may seem small, but they matter. Calling all Elvis fans! Did you catch the new HBO doc, Elvis Presley: The Searcher? I haven’t watched yet because I need to make sure it has my full attention, ha! That’s #1 on my priority list this weekend. I’m definitely making The Cheese Thing tonight. Hands down. This is a heavy one, but so incredibly important (and stunningly written): Junot Diaz writes about childhood trauma for the New Yorker. We read this piece in my creative nonfiction class and we were all in awe, both of content and construction. Devastating and yet, like all of Diaz’s writing, so beautiful. And, on a more upbeat note, go inside Prince’s incredible fashion archive on Vogue.com! Hope you have a lovely weekend!