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CLAW & CO. RED COVERALLS AND HAT; AMERICAN APPAREL BANDEAU TOP; EBJ GALLERY GUCCI LINK CHOKER; NAME CHAIN, NOSE RING, AND EARRINGS, ARTIST’S OWN. The Princess DiariesA sporty winter wardrobe modeled by hip-hop powerhouse Princess NokiaPhotographed by Danielle St. Laurent // Interview by Eleonor BotomanStyled by Marysol Ortiz // Makeup by Min Min Ma @ Honey artists // HAIR by Hikari Tezuka @ Honey artists Rapper Princess Nokia (aka Destiny Frasqueri) is an unstoppable force on the New York City hip-hop scene. The 24-year-old’s latest mix-tape, 1992,...
If, lately, you've found yourself losing all faith in humanity, rest assured that for every certifiably-insane Donald Trump twitter rant, there is one progressively political Super Bowl ad. When we're forced to express political activism in-between takes of grown men piling on top of each other in extremely tight pants, we may be in the midst of a revolution. Although the Donald's name was not mentioned in any of the ads, the message was clear: stop pissing in the bed that we all have to lie...
America is number one... at being made fun of by the world these past few weeks. As all of humanity digests the human-sized Cheeto they have been force-fed, many countries are taking to parody and satire à la The Daily Show to express their feelings about Trump and his "Make America Great Again" ethos. The video satire trend that sarcastically concedes first place to America while asking for second place was initiated by The Netherlands with their introduction video addressed to Mr Trump and his "from now on...
“The cupcake represents what Hannah Arendt called the banality of evil,” Penny Arcade says during one of the more charged moments of her latest show Longing Lasts Longer, which had a run at Brooklyn’s St. Ann’s Warehouse at the end of 2016 during an ongoing world tour. The show explores the loss of art and individuality in our culture while, at the same time, refusing nostalgia. “If you’re not depressed and confused by life on earth, there may be something fatally wrong with you,” she...
Denise Duhamel is a feminist poet known for her work including Blowout, a finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Award. Here, poet and writer Julie Marie Wade interviews Duhamel about her new book of poetry, Scald. Your new book Scald is arranged as a triptych, with each panel of poems dedicated to one of three significant, and also necessarily controversial, feminist figures of the twentieth century — Shulamith Firestone (1945-2012), Andrea Dworkin (1946-2005), and Mary Daly (1928-2010). Please tell us how the idea for Scald began...
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