‘A Woman’s Right to Shoes’
From bachelorette parties to wedding gifts, I'm thinking about how much 2019 will cost me financially to celebrate all of my friend’s life choices...
Picking my skin in pursuit of perfection
Time becomes murky and slow when I’m subconsciously pulling at the skin on my arms or face. I’ll lean over the bathroom sink until my lower back aches and the whole toilet is filled with bloodied tissue paper. –– I live with the skin picking disorder, Dermatillomania.
The history and psychology of turtlenecks
Whether it was said out loud or not, turtlenecks played a crucial role in history. They went from being practical to a uniform for intellectuals to a riposte to the trends that existed before it.
These non-binary artists are reclaiming the gender narrative
These non-binary creatives are effectively and beautifully blurring the lines of gender through art, music, makeup and more.
Former McQueen & Balenciaga designer on creating a new kind of punk fashion
A collection of thoughts from Christine Nielsen, former Alexander McQueen and Balenciaga designer.
PSA: Being mainstream is cool
As trends have vectorized with meme culture they have come to represent all that is ironic, self-referential and relevant. Selling out no longer means abandoning relevancy and cult-status for a monied but mainstream cultural desert. Mass doesn’t mean uncool anymore. So, what does it really mean?
Lana Del Rey is so sad, but it’s actually political
Lana's new music is less about internal trauma and more about the toxic nature of the world surrounding her, the sadness is now outward facing, drowning out those who would ask for a brave face considering the current state of America.
Exploring the existential problem of being an influencer
Influencers seem like they're having the time of their lives as they sip on expensive cocktails by the beach, sleep in 5-star hotels, and sunbathe in designer bikinis on yachts, but are they really enjoying those moments outside of Instagram?
New book series on all the women history forgot
Broadly UK editor, Zing Tsjeng's 'Forgotten Women' book series is about bringing to light revolutionary heroines and female role models that should've been in the history books.
Women, womyn, womxn: decoding the language of intersectional feminism
The intimate details of modern Western feminism and how the terms women, womyn and womxn differ.
Raw snapshots featuring America’s youth culture
Czech born photographer, Marie Tomanova captured how the diverse faces of American youth are shaping our future.
Reimagining Frida Kahlo’s Legacy
Kahlo’s image, now available on cushions, nail polish, jewelry, t-shirts, and widely referenced in fashion, has not just been popularized along with these political ideals, it has come to stand for them, but, as with any symbol, context is everything.