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  • October 4, 2013 • Culture

    The Cara D Syndrome

    The other day I found myself sleepily knuckling my eyebrow on the night bus. Drunk, tired, dreaming of chicken, I was bemused to find myself with what I can only describe as “shit-coloured” knuckles, from my sweaty eyebrows…...

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  • October 4, 2013 • Culture

    Madlibs with MSMR’s Max Hershenow

    It seems every new band today is labeled a “blogger band.” You release a track and/or a crazy video on this thing called the internet, and somehow you get globbed into Tumblr culture. MSMR is no exception: “MS MR is the...

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  • October 3, 2013 • Culture

    On Benetton’s South Brooklyn Storefront

    In the heart of South Williamsburg on the wide main street of Bedford Avenue is an airy commercial space that is host to mega-retailer, Benetton. Not far from the hipsters and bars with their indie craft beer, tucked between a grocery...

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  • September 28, 2013 • Culture

    Where Have The Dead Boyfriends Gone?

    I’m a big fan of Deerhunter. They’re a great band whose performance falls somewhere between Bart Simpson’s Treehouse of Terror and My Little Pony’s, Pony Land. I saw them at Webster Hall the other night and it was fabulous and loud...

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  • September 27, 2013 • Culture

    The Future of Brainwear

    With the entrails of Fall Fashion Week still in our wake, it’s clear that those within well-heeled coteries have finally taken up with a new lothario.          This year design houses took it upon themselves to further their digital...

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  • September 27, 2013 • Culture

    A Lion In Wintour

    To the fashion world, criticizing Anna Wintour is sacrilege. Sure, you can do it, but you might end up with a bunch of angry folks throwing comment-bricks through your browser window. To illustrate the godhead that Wintour is, think about...

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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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