BY Maggie Carr
on Feb 10, 2014
It’s been a wild couple of weeks, what with Hannah being a dick at a funeral, lots of disappointing professional news, Caroline’s inevitable (though, I can sense, impermanent) removal from the scene, and Marnie falling into Ray’s surprisingly willing arms.
Since her grand book plans are officially kaput, Hannah gets a job writing advertorials for GQ. Read More
BY Katie Fustich
on Dec 06, 2013
The two women with the ability to perfectly encapsulate what it means to be 13 or 23 have finally come together for the ultimate girl-talk: The Believer magazine just released Judy Blume in Conversation With Lena Dunham. The cover promises "two cultural icons discuss feminism, censorship, sex, and a sixth-grade literary hoax." I am only slightly suspicious that this sounds like the contents of my tumblr... Read More
BY Eloise Giegerich
on Nov 22, 2013
Lena Dunham recently posted a teaser for the official Girls teaser on her Instagram, and even though it’s, like, 20 seconds long, it is STILL AMAZING. From Adam’s shirtlessness to Hannah’s total togetherness (lol JK), the preview will get you excited for the real teaser, which drops this Sunday.
But this isn't the only fabulous news!! The Girls season three trailer was released today, and it looks prettttty marvelous. And by marvelous, I mean that everyone's life is still a total freakin' mess. Read More
BY Eloise Giegerich
on Nov 19, 2013
GUYS. Drop what you’re doing immediately and get your notebooks ready: Flavorwire has complied a list of etiquette tips from ten pop culture icons, so we can all finally learn how to be ~real~ people!
Below, we have provided some of the extra helpful guidelines, so that next time you go out in public, you can wow the world.
1. In New York Magazine’s Urban Etiquette Handbook, Tobias Fünke David Cross gives his number one rule about talking to a celebrity: “If you don’t know who he is, ask your friend. Or a stranger. Don’t ask him. Read More
BY Ellyn Kail
on Nov 06, 2013
Kim Gordon’s recent show at White Columns, titled Design Office with Kim Gordon-- since 1980 has been viewed and critiqued mostly as a tribute to the 1980s and 1990s art world. A 1970s student of the Otis Art Institute in LA, the Sonic Youth lady has been making visual art continuously throughout her career.
The updated version of her 1981 show ties her experimental design work with references to her own work. Read More