• March 8, 2015 • Music

    Live Review: Caribou at the Fonda

    From the six years of Coachella I attended (2012 being the last; that double weekend thing ruined it) and that summer where I went to a shit ton of European music festivals, I’ve filled my quota of seeing both phenomenal and terrible...

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  • March 8, 2015 • Featured

    Hi, We’re Back

    For the regular readers, The Style Con took a little time out for a revamp. We hope you like the changes. We look forward to delivering all your fashion, low culture, high culture, news that matters and news that matters less (but no less...

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  • March 7, 2015 • Culture

    I Let Skin-Eating Fish Give Me A Pedicure In Thailand

    It cost roughly $7 for 20 minutes, but I think I should have been paid $7 for feeding the fish. I recently returned from a five-month-long trip to Thailand. Actually, it was only two weeks long, but I am the most homesick person in the...

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  • March 7, 2015 • Culture

    It’s Hard To Be Interesting When You’re Not Miserable

    The greatest artists in the world were clinically depressed: Picasso conceived an entire collection of artwork around his sadness; his “Blue Period” was paintings of miserable people and prostitutes. Kafka was suicidal while writing...

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  • March 7, 2015 • Fashion

    Rethinking the Mom Jean

    Last week, on a routine eBay hunt, I inserted “Calvin Klein jeans vintage” into the search bar between “Prada rubber dipped oxfords” (the ones that got away) and “Junya Watanabe parachute” (we’ll talk later) and fell down a...

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  • March 5, 2015 • Culture

    RIP NYC: The Pitfalls of Art, Fashion, and Nightlife

    To talk about the pitfalls of art, fashion, and nightlife is a bit of a risk I suppose, especially when you have been party to their whereabouts and trappings. I find the current attitude anemic of courage to talk. Perhaps it’s a...

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  • January 8, 2015 • Love & Sex

    No More Keeping Your Options Open Bullshit

    I’m at a point in my life where I don’t have time for meaningless relationships. I’ve dated enough men to know pretty much exactly what to look for in a potential boyfriend. One of the perks of getting older is having more confidence...

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  • January 8, 2015 • Featured, Love & Sex

    When It’s Okay to Kill Cats and Poison Relatives

    My friend Julia shows up at my house the other night. “I hate my cat,” she says. “I should have known when its previous owners offered to pay for the entire year’s expenses, plus my building’s exorbitant pet...

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  • December 19, 2014 • Beauty

    It’s Time to Burn Your Bras Again

    I always thought bras were meant to keep breasts perky while we age. I honestly don’t really need to wear a bra, but I assume wearing one is better than not wearing one. A guy once said to me, “Why do you always wear a bra? You look...

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  • December 19, 2014 • Culture

    Santa Created by Ancient Humans Tripping on Shrooms

    Now what do you want for Christmas, little girl? How about a controversial Santa creation story to tell around the holiday dinner table, perfect for shutting everyone up when a grandparent asks why you’re not married? When I found...

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