Once upon a time, if you said the word “clown,” you were more likely to conjure the image of a lovable, daffy performer like Bozo than the freakish phantasm Pennywise the Dancing Clown. Long gone are the days of clown-free nightmares.
Klara wears: Jacket and Shorts by MIU MIU.
Lolo Spencer may not remind you of any other influencers you’ve seen on your timeline.
The horror show of neo-liberalism continues apace, curdling everything in sight in its endless march to transform the world into a hollow piece of ad copy. We all have a job in dismantling it.
Taylor Swift loves her fans (“The Swifties”), cats (she has three, and is starring in the woefully talked-about upcoming film, Cats: The Musical ), and apparently, now, the English. The perpetually sunny Sagittarius who crushed the VMAs in a technicolor suit fit for a House Muva (yes, she’s an ally), has been spending her August reaping the rewards of her newly-released album Lover, which is both pleasing the fans and winning over the skeptical with its mix of heartache and bounce-in-the-car pop beats.
“Into” is a series dedicated to objects, artworks, garments, exhibitions, and all orders of things that we are into — and there really isn’t a lot more to it than that. Today: Greta Rainbow, a self-proclaimed kissing hobbyist, reflects on an upcoming exhibition by photographer Tommy Kha that captures the strange intimacy of a kiss—and blows it right back
Caleb Crain’s exquisite first novel Necessary Errors (2013) captures a loose band of young expats who land in Prague right after Czechoslovakia’s Velvet Revolution. Unable to take part in the heroism of a revolution, they take part in each other. Upon its release, Necessary Errors was not so much a revolution as a revelation—that exciting discovery being Crain’s gorgeous, sidewinding, insightful prose style; he arguably writes some of the finest sentences in American fiction today.
Deathcrush. ABBA. Robyn
All hail Zitomer , the Upper East Side pharmacy-slash-department store, where patrons of all ages can peruse its wares under the warm glow of neon signs and fluorescent lights. “I grew up on the Upper East Side, and even at a young age I knew that Zitomer was the most special and chic pharmacy in the world,” says Jen Brill , the founder of the creative agency BrillBrill Studio , about the New York institution. “My best friend lived across the street, and it was the only place we could go because it was so close
Jacket and Earring by ALEXANDER MCQUEEN. Custom Head Wrap by LINDSAY WRIGHT.