Which items from the city's Spring 2020 collections fulfill your esteem needs? The thing that we know about fashion, but that fashion people—fashion writers—like to remind you, is that fashion is not about
Everyone's a voyeur. We love seeing other people's dramas unfold on Instagram, crane our necks as we pass a traffic accident even as we complain how everyone slowing down to look at the accident is causing
“How do we reconcile our desire to create and make new things, with the full knowledge that we are killing our planet?” This was a question posed by designer Eric Trine in a recent blog post on his website.
And the end of the world is now, more or less. Recently I wanted to watch a film about the end of the world. Not a dystopia or a sci-fi, but something that captures the feeling of being in the privileged
For centuries, the theatre has been the place we go to be unmasked—and it might just be the saving grace of a social-media obsessed generation. A funny thing happened at the Lyceum Theatre on a balmy evening
“Unfortunately, no one can be told what the matrix is. You have to see it for yourself.” We are living in very interesting times, to paraphrase this year’s Venice Biennale title. It may be that we are
Goodbye Henri Bendel, Goodbye Barneys, Goodbye Lord AND Goodbye Taylor Luxury department stores, a staple of classic cinema (see: Mannequin, Bad Santa and The Muppets Take Manhattan) and of course, like,
The MTV Video Music Awards are happening next Monday night, and like any good old millennial, just uttering the name of the awards show immediately brings me back to what is maybe one of the greatest in