Much better than Goop
Despite a sort of weird interview in GQ and a sort of disappointing revelation that her seemingly heartfelt performance of the "Star Spangled Banner" was a sham, Houston's pop superstar Beyoncé has returned to our good graces with the launch of her new lifestyle site: the BeyHive Blog.
The subscription-only site, says Bey, "is my way of showing all the inspiring things I come across every day. This is through my eyes."
She likes Suno? I like Suno! She has read Joan Didion? I have read Joan Didion!
Hot Links, or a round-up of what she's "reading, doing, loving, wearing, hearing," will totally validate your personal interests. She likes Suno? I like Suno! She has read Joan Didion? I have read Joan Didion! She wants a Chris Marley bug collage? My sister and I have been ogling his works at Kuhl-Linscomb for months!
Other sections include Bey Inspired, a running list of individuals from past and present that she looks up to; the Ty Hunter, a collection of street style photos through the eyes of her stylist; and BeyLove, a collection of fan-submitted artwork that is predictably amazing.