how young people are using social media to sway the midterms
"It is the same thing as if you were going to walk outside and start knocking on doors, they are just knocking on virtual doors through their smartphones."
beauty week 2018
there's a reason you cut your hair after a breakup
The transformative power of chopping it all off, and what it means.
march for our lives showed me why we should listen to the kids
“This march is not the end of anything, it’s the beginning of a revolution.”
the cult of rupi kaur
How the poet is selling out venues across the world, with help from her nearly two million Instagram followers.
why does everyone suddenly seem to have impostor syndrome?
Unpacking a mysterious, very 2017 epidemic.
how emma sulkowicz carried the heavy legacy of feminist performance art
Emma Sulkowicz's piece 'Mattress Performance (Carry That Weight)' continued a strong tradition of performance art tackling sexual assault and brought new visibility to America's campus rape problem — even if her university just settled a court case...
grey hair is more punk than ever
How the hue has become an unlikely symbol of youthful rebellion.
emerging brands are taking ‘sex sells’ to new extremes
Allusion and innuendo are so 2016.
the complicated economy of creative sugar babies
As rents rise in artistic hubs like New York City, young creatives are seeking alternate means of survival.
the velvet underground's john cale on protest fashion in the age of trump
The iconic music talks gender-neutral dress, walking for Comme des Garcons and Lou Reed's leather trousers.
women are wearing pantsuits to the polls
As a tribute to you-know-who.
lorde and the myth of the female wunderkind
'Prodigy' can be a heavy title to bear, especially in industries that often assign value to women according to their age. While former teen sensations like Lorde and Tavi Gevinson have navigated adult careers with success, being a preteen talent in the...
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