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  • November 8, 2013 • Culture

    The Blow’s Seven Year Itch

    For Khaela Maricich and her girlfriend and bandmate, installation artist Melissa Dyne, there is no separation between “work life” and… everything else. “We wake up, we start talking about ideas, we don’t have our clothes on yet...

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  • November 6, 2013 • Culture

    What We Talk About When We Talk About Gemma Ward

    “Gemma’s in a different stratosphere. She’s got that extra thing, that inexplicable thing.” — Kristie Clements, Vogue Australia   In 2004, Paolo Roversi photographed then rising-star Gemma Ward for the...

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  • November 4, 2013 • Culture

    Karl Lagerfeld & The Fight For Aesthetics

    In recent news, Karl Lagerfeld is being sued for comments made in his latest book, “The World According to Karl”, which is a compilation of his most famous quotes — the good, bad, and ugly. He repeated some of the more scandalous...

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  • October 30, 2013 • Culture

    A Writer’s Rant On Terry Richardson & Hate

    Last week Fiona Duncan sent an e-mail, saying she’d like to write a piece on the Terry Richardson petition going around the web, asking major companies and magazines to stop using him as their photographer due to his sketchy (to say...

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  • October 28, 2013 • Culture

    Racial Profiling At Barneys New York

    If you’ve been living under a Giambattista Valli sequined cape, a 19-year-old college student, Trayvon Christian, filed a lawsuit Tuesday against the NYPD and Barneys New York, after he purchased a $350 Ferragamo belt and was arrested...

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  • October 25, 2013 • Culture

    Keep Cute and Carry On At The Halloween Drag Ball

    Wigs, gigs and a penchant for sugar-coated mischief– that’s the idea behind this Sunday’s Halloween Drag Ball, the glam collaboration between MoMa PS1 and Candy Magazine. The frisky affair is one in a series of PS1’s outstanding...

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  • October 24, 2013 • Culture

    Condé Nast Gets Rid of Intern Program

    Huge changes are coming to publishing. Condé Nast recently confirmed that they would be ending their internship program starting in 2014. This decision likely follows high publicity lawsuits brought by former interns at W and The New...

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  • October 24, 2013 • Culture

    A New Episode of Why The Fuck Do We Care?

    In another episode of “Why the F*&k Do We Care?” we bring you the latest “hot” story burning up the blogosphere: Anna Wintour is reportedly courting GIRLS creator Lena Dunham for an upcoming cover of Vogue, allegedly in the...

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  • September 26, 2013 • Culture

    The Conversation Skirt

    Back when American women were doomed to a life of childrearing and kitchen chores, circle skirts reigned supreme. For those who wanted to add a little punch to their petticoats, there were the dubiously named “conversation skirts,”...

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