What We Wore – real street style. First a blog, now a book.
The biannual, international edition of Swedish mag Bon is a must buy for the in-depth conversations that go on within its pages. For the first time online, this is their comprehensive A/W ’14 panel discussion.
The New York City Ballet was limping, but Valentino kissed it all better.
To accompany the forthcoming book and TV series, here is a comprehensive ranking of all 118 sweaters from Twin Peaks.
How the unibrow became culturally unacceptable.
Joanna Coles is a force to be reckoned with and her attempt to retool Cosmopolitan should be admired. However, there’s still a disconnect between the vibrant reader with equal interest in mascara and the Middle East and that cover image of the girl from the ‘Blurred Lines’ video with her shirt unbuttoned to her navel. And it’s a disconnect that is not convincingly addressed.
Iggy Pop does the John Peel lecture.
“For a small segment of women—and the number is small, by any reasonably scientific account—abortion is indeed a tragedy, a trauma with long-lasting reverberations. But I want to tell a different story, the more common yet strangely hidden one, which is that I don’t feel guilty and tortured about my abortion. Or rather, my abortions. There, I said it.” A real account and analysis of abortion in America today.
Walt Whitman and Oscar Wilde hung out. (They drank elderberry wine.)