Kim Kardashian Just Revealed the First Pic of Psalm, and of Course He’s Adorable

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West welcomed their fourth child, a son named Psalm, via surrogate on Friday, May 10. The beauty mogul has kept mum about the latest addition to her family since then, but she broke her silence on Monday, June 10, posting a photo of baby Psalm to Instagram.

“Psalm Ye,” she captioned the pic, which shows baby Psalm sleeping in an adorable white onesie. So this means, presumably, that Psalm’s middle name is “Ye,” a.k.a the nickname of his famous rapper father.

Check out the cute snap for yourself, below:

Kardashian previously posted a photo of Psalm sleeping in his crib, but she deleted it after critics pointed out that it’s unsafe to put so many soft items in a newborn’s sleeping area. (According to Today, Psalm’s crib in the photo was adorned with padded bumpers and blankets, among other loose items.)

Psalm is the second child Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have welcomed via surrogate. Kardashian turned to this option after she developed a condition called placenta accreta following the birth of her son, Saint. (For those who don’t know, placenta accreta happens when the placenta grows too deeply into the uterine wall.)

“My doctor had to stick his entire arm in me and detach the placenta with his hand, scraping it away from my uterus with his fingernails,” Kardashian wrote in her blog about the condition. “My mom was crying; she had never seen anything like this before. My delivery was fairly easy, but then going through that—it was the most painful experience of my life! They gave me a second epidural but we were racing against time, so I just had to deal.”

She’s also opened up about her decision to use surrogate, knocking critics who say it’s the easier alternative to naturally conceiving. “Anyone that says or thinks it is just the easy way out is just completely wrong,” she told Entertainment Tonight.”I think it is so much harder to go through it this way, because you are not really in control.”

Phoebe Robinson Isn’t Afraid to Talk About Her Stomach Hair

Fill in the blank: “I love my hair…”

I love my hair when it’s fresh out of the shower and I’ve just deep conditioned. The curls are very bouncy, that’s my favorite. Shea Moisture is so good.

What’s your favorite way to take a moment for yourself?

I like to go in the shower, sing Diana Ross, and hit none of the notes. It makes me feel good! I feel like her.

What city or country gives you the greatest beauty inspiration?

New York. You just walk down the street and see people wear all sorts of things—vintage, thrift, high/low fashion. It always makes me think, “Ohhhh, I should do that.”

You’re stranded on a desert island. What are the three products you bring with you?

I’m gonna bring Fenty Beauty lipstick, my Intuition f.a.b. razors because I grow hair like crazy—I’ll probably have to stop taking biotin. And then my third thing: Sarah Jessica Parker’s Lovely perfume. It’s very light. I love it.

What colors are loving on your nails right now?

I always do a nude Chanel. I forget the name of it, but I always do a nude color. Every once in a while I’ll do a bright color but I like chill nails.

What’s your go-to getting ready music?

These days I’ve been doing a lot of early ‘90s Mariah Carey, just throwing it back. I think because it’s summer. You just want to feel good.

How much time do you spend getting ready?

I try to spend no more than 30 minutes, including showering. I’m always running late. I could spend a full hour if I wanted to, but I’m like, “You gotta get in there, you gotta just wash up real quick, you gotta shave real quick, and then just do a quick face.” I do a toner, vitamin C serum, moisturizer, and then I’m out the door.

What’s the last Instagram rabbit hole you went down?

When the Met Gala came out I was like, “Oh, I love this outfit. I’m gonna look at that designer…” So I just spent a couple hours looking at every single designer and that was great.

What’s your favorite emoji?

Tie Dye Trend Spring/Summer 2019: Best Pieces To Buy

As soon as you bring up warm-weather trends, you’re inevitably met with: “Florals? Groundbreaking.” The quote is iconic for a reason, and not just because of Meryl Streep’s delivery. Florals are pretty much always featured in spring-summer/collections. And yes, they’re great. But sometimes your wardrobe needs a little something else. It seems designers have, too, been feeling the floral fatigue and have started introducing a print that’s a little more unexpected—and a lot more nostalgic.

Tie-dye occupies a very specific space in the “throwback trend” conversation: Like pearl hairpins and prairie dresses, it brings shoppers back to simpler times—summer camp, arts and crafts, pure unadulterated fun. And sometimes dressing like you did in your happiest memories can feel comforting. This runway resurgence looks a lot different than how you might remember the dye jobs from grade school, though.

For both spring and fall 2019, designers at Fashion Week have translated this print onto puffer jackets (at Maryam Nassir Zadeh), miniskirts (Area), leggings (Collina Strada), turtlenecks (Proenza Schouler), and denim (Eckhaus Latta)—a bold graphic to stand out against basics like black skirts and T-shirts. Influencers have taken that cue and started incorporating tie-dye into their street-style outfits, layering colorful tops under suits or doubling up on the pattern with a tie-dye sweatshirt and skirt.

More affordable brands like Topshop and Free People have also started releasing their own takes on this childhood staple. (One $80 tie-dyed top is already leading the race for “it” item of the summer.) And with celebrities like Beyoncé, Miley Cyrus, and Taylor Swift embracing its comeback, tie-dye might be the trend that dethrones florals—this year, at least.

Shop the best tie-dye pieces to add to your summer wardrobe now, below.

187 CEOs Just Signed a Letter Calling Abortion Bans Bad for Business

This year, lawmakers have passed some of the most restrictive abortion bans in history—but business leaders aren’t staying silent. Today, nearly 200 CEOs—including the CEOs of Glossier, Twitter, Away, and MAC Cosmetics—took out a powerful full-page ad in The New York Times to condemn the bans sweeping the country.

“Equality in the workplace is one of the most important business issues of our time,” the ad reads. “Restricting access to comprehensive reproductive care, including abortion, threatens the health, independence and economic stability of our employees and customers. Simply put, it goes against our values and is bad for business.” It’s signed by 187 CEOs representing brands including H&M, DVF, Postmates, Birchbox, Yelp, Everlane, Tinder, Outdoor Voices, Bauble Bar, THINX, Mara Hoffman, and Ouai. “We, the undersigned, represent more than 108,000 workers and stand against policies that hinder people’s health, independence and ability to fully succeed in the workplace,” the open letter states.

The ad comes just weeks after Alabama Governor Kay Ivey signed an abortion ban that reads like something from the Handmaid’s Tale. The new state law prohibits abortion for any reason other than to protect the woman’s health, and criminalizes the procedure, meaning any woman who seeks, or any doctor who performs, an abortion could face prison time. Lawmakers refused to make exceptions even in cases of rape and incest.

This isn’t the first time business leaders have fought back. After Georgia’s governor Brian Kemp signed a bill that prohibits abortions after six weeks (before most women even know they’re pregnant), Netflix stated that it would reconsider filming in Georgia. “We have many women working on productions in Georgia, whose rights, along with millions of others, will be severely restricted by this law,” Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos said in a statement to Glamour. “It’s why we will work with the ACLU and others to fight it in court. Given the legislation has not yet been implemented, we’ll continue to film there—while also supporting partners and artists who choose not to. Should it ever come into effect, we’d rethink our entire investment in Georgia.”

On Twitter, people are sharing their support for the companies behind the ad:

The message from the business world is about more than just a single ad or a few social media posts. “It’s not enough to fire off an angry tweet,” says Patrick Godfrey, co-CEO of Godfrey Dadich Partners, a creative firm based in San Francisco, who signed the letter. Following the letter, the American Civil Liberties Union, Planned Parenthood Federation of America, NARAL Pro-Choice America, and the Center for Reproductive Rights announced the launch of DontBanEquality.com, a site where people can learn more about how business leaders are standing up for reproductive rights and how CEOs can add their names to the list. “Extreme abortion bans are not only appalling, they’re completely out of touch with public sentiment,” says Godfrey. “We see this as an opportunity to turn growing rage into public action. Signing on to support equality and the ability for women to control their own bodies is the least we can do as leaders, and as friends and colleagues.”

Rihanna Just Gave a Rare Look Into Her Relationship With Boyfriend Hassan Jameel

Rihanna gives the world so much: her music, her inclusive Fenty Beauty products, her new game-changing fashion line, and those iconic photos of her walking around with wine glasses. But one thing she doesn’t discuss much is her private life, especially her relationship with her billionaire boyfriend Hassan Jameel—which, fair!

She made an exception, though, for her friend and Ocean’s 8 co-star Sarah Paulson in a new story for Interview magazine. In the piece, Rihanna reveals that she’s started carving out more personal time for herself—literally, her calendar is marked with a “P” on those days—and it’s in part thanks to her relationship.

“I never used to be this way. It’s only the last couple years that I started to realize that you need to make time for yourself, because your mental health depends on it,” she says. “If you’re not happy, you’re not going to be happy even doing things that you love doing. It’d feel like a chore. I never want work to feel like a chore.”

She continues, “My career is my purpose, and it should never feel like anything other than a happy place. I’ve made little things a big deal, like going for a walk or going to the grocery store. I got into a new relationship, and it matters to me. It was like, ‘I need to make time for this.’”

At one point in the interview the singer gives Paulson free rein to ask her anything she wants, which leads to this short, but revealing, exchange about Jameel.

Outfit Ideas: How to Wear a Bandana Like a Fashion Person

Blame the muggy, unbearable heat, but summertime temperatures sure do mess with our sartorial A-game. Sure, we’re all for barely-there slip dresses that make an impact in the most minimal of ways and flirty off-the-shoulder tops that instantly transport us to far-off locales. But even they can get tired—such is the plight when wearing so few clothes. The easiest way to change up your warm-weather wardrobe is with accessories, and the extra of the moment is the bandana.

It’s been worn by everyone from icons like Rosie the Riveter to modern-day faves like Kendall Jenner; it’s appeared on the runway at Alexander Wang and popped up season after season in street style. Part of its appeal is that it can be worn in so many different ways: around the neck with the tails long, wrapped around the handle of a basket bag, paired with other bandana prints. Truly, the possibilities are endless. But if you’re not sure where to begin, read on for six perfect ways to wear a bandana this summer.

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It’s the summer accessory trend that just won’t quit. If you need something to spruce up your basket bag, tie a bandana to the handle. You can switch it out with different scarves depending on your mood or outfit.

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The Women’s World Cup Is A Pivotal Moment for Women In Sports

Montagne: We’re investing in sport, not only in the kind of campaigns that you see and the products we’re making for women, but also investing in sport at a grassroots level. It is super important that we continue to support and inspire young women around the world participating in sport.

We’ve really seen, as we’ve talked to girls around the world, this idea that they need to see it to be it. One of the ways we’re doing that is we’re partnering with different groups around the world—Girls Inc. is one example—to help activate more female coaches. So they can see mentorship and not just be inspired by the elite athletes like Alex Morgan, but they can see themselves through the opportunities for female coaches.

Glamour: Women make up 40 percent of all sports participants but women’s sports receive only 4 percent of media coverage. Adidas came out earlier this year to push for equal coverage and committed to having equal gender representation across their owned social channels. How is Nike thinking about that issue?

Montagne: Dream Further is just one piece of it. We are shifting resources to women and women’s sports. The campaign is one element of the investment we’re making. We do believe we all have a role to play in this for sure and we’re really excited to get to do our part.

We’ve been supporting female athletes for over 40 years. From Joan Benoit with her running the marathon in the LA Olympics, to Title IX in the United States, to Serena Williams most recently, we’ve continued to be on this journey over the last 40 years.

Earlier this week, we were at our European headquarters where we sent off the Dutch National Team and one of the players talked about how five years ago when they played, they had around 3,000 spectators. A week ago in their match right before heading to the World Cup, they filled the stadium with over 30,000 spectators.

With this momentum and the investment on top of it, in this World Cup there are eight or nine teams who are in strong contention. We still have a lot to learn together about how we can continue to support and elevate female athletes but we are sure excited about where it is today and the direction it’s heading.

EDITOR’S NOTE: A representative for Nike declined to share further specifics of how the brand is “shifting resources” to women’s sports until after the current earnings period.

Glamour: In May, Olympic runner and former Nike athlete Alysia Montano spoke out in a video for the New York Times about how Nike’s athlete contracts have penalized women during pregnancy and postpartum recovery. Similar stories from athletes Kara Goucher and Allyson Felix followed. How did you feel seeing that in the New York Times and having that issue highlighted?

Montagne: To see that and to hear that, I was disappointed. I’m continually motivated to—like we’ve done for 40 years—listen to our athletes and from that listening, make change. On that issue, we have had an inconsistency in approach across our different sports and last year we actually standardized our policy to make sure that no female athlete is penalized for pregnancy. What we didn’t do, which was a miss, is to make sure that all of our athletes’ agents remained aware of that policy.

We can’t change the past but we sure can change the future. Immediately, we’re going back to all of our contracts and updating the language, ensuring that all those athletes and agents are made aware of that change. That new language states that we’re waving [penalties for] performance reductions for 12 months. It’s super important to make sure that all those athletes and those contracts have been changed with that updated policy language because we truly believe at our core that we want to support women to be amazing athletes and amazing mothers.

Big Little Lies Fans Are Losing It Over This Renata Moment From the Season 2 Premiere

The return of HBO’s Big Little Lies is a gift to us all for many reasons: the drama, the music, the incredibly savage levels of shade, the real estate porn, and, yes, the memes.

Sunday night’s season two premiere offered up a spoil of riches for the Internet to latch onto, like Shailene Woodley dancing to Sufjan Stevens on the beach or every time Meryl Streep straight-up insulted Reese Witherspoon. But this week’s biggest meme moment goes to Laura Dern’s Renata and her incredible power woman photo shoot. Renata, of course, is a hardcore businesswoman, wife, and mother to Amabella—she of the bullying situation that kicked off the first season.

Everything about Renata’s photoshoot is glorious. As Renata sings along to Diana Ross’s “It’s My House,” she is fully embracing the badass within and lamenting about lesser shoots. “I’m so tired of those shots of women,” she says. “I mean, they’re in power right? They own banks, and they’re all, like, demure. Bullshit.”

Twitter took the moment and ran with it. “My queen bitch hath risen! #BigLittleLies,” one user wrote. “PSA: Laura Dern is a national treasure. #BigLittleLies,” another said.

“Me: Eh, I don’t know if #BigLittleLies needed another season that goes beyond the book,” someone tweeted. “Also me: This is the best show on television and I’d watch 200 episodes.”

“Renata is fierce and complicated and a nightmare, and also just wants a girlfriend and deserves to be seen because she’s lived in a man’s world her whole life,” Dern told The Guardian about Renata. “And what it takes for a woman in tech, a woman in banking, a woman in publishing—who you have to be and what you have to walk through to get the one seat in that boardroom of 13…”

It seems like she channeled all of that into the photoshoot scene, and we seriously cannot wait to see what she serves up next week.

What’s Going on With Renée Zellweger’s Knees in What/If?

This week, as I sweat the last shivers of Game of Thrones withdrawal out of my body, I decided to settle into a new drama series, one that’s equally as immersive, erotic, and brimming with betrayal: Yes, I’m talking about Renée Zellweger’s new Netflix show What/If.

The series follows Anne Montgomery—an extremely extra venture capitalist who does things like monologue into a tape recorder and shoot archery in her skyscraper apartment—who offers an “indecent proposal” to Lisa Donovan (Jane Levy). Anne offers to invest $20 million into Lisa’s financially flailing company for one night alone with Lisa’s husband. It’s all very steamy and deceitful and the show flies off the rails before the opening scene ends—it’s great. But through it all, there’s been one thing plaguing me since the moment I pressed play: What the hell is going on with Renée Zellweger’s knees?

They are prominently featured in this show. In fact, I’d argue that her knees are the breakout star of the series. The first time we see them is less than three minutes into the first episode, when they grace the cover of Anne Montgomery’s book, aptly titled At Any Cost:

That’s just beginning. The high visibility of her knees is, frankly, jarring—but the way they’re styled is even more intriguing. In each shot, we see one angular knee greased and oiled to slick perfection draped over the other like a silk scarf, ready to be seductively slipped off Zellweger’s taught skin. Case in point:

Weekly Horoscopes for the Week of June 10

Weekly horoscopes are here! For the week starting June 10, the cosmic Aphrodite—aka Venus the planet of love—gusts fresh winds of change into relationships. Gemini season is truly upon us. It’s “mutable,” which means it’s one of the four signs that herald a change in seasons (hello summer!) There’s an upshift and vibe of versatility. Take note of opportunities to change tack or try something new. Get curious, ask questions, and always check in with the intelligence of your inner modern mystic—your intuition, in layman’s terms. This week the stars challenge you to balance your ego and what you think you know as rational, with the seriously mystic. The story you tell yourself broadcasts into the cosmos creating a reciprocal version of reality. To find your way, let your heart have equal say. You are the creator, and you are loved, beloved.

Read on to discover what’s in store for your zodiac sun sign (your actual sign) for the week of June 10 to June 16 2019, and also your rising sign (which you can find here.)

Aries | Aries rising

Your ruler Mars is firing up your need to speak directly yet compassionately on the homefront while encouraging you to assert yourself and your boundaries at work. You may need to stand up to someone, so take charge and act on your own authority midweek. In the sphere of career and image, ongoing major public works are in progress. Quell your impatience, your empire won’t be built in a day, but it will be built to last by transforming it into something you’re deeply passionate about. Let go of old expectations or ways of being in the world. Burn off that rising emotional steam by getting active at home—painting and decorating, feathering your nest, cooking up a storm. You prefer to present as a strong woman, and indeed you are the warrior of the Zodiac, however, this is your month to self-care.