Don’t get mad, get even, so the saying goes. But for London feminist collective The Ugly Girls Club it is more than that: they want to get ugly. Continue reading UGLY AND PROUD: THE WOMEN’S COLLECTIVE CELEBRATING UGLINESS
Sam Bledsoe was sitting at his desk in the corner of a corporate office in downtown Seattle when he saw the news pop up on Instagram Discover. Rap trio Migos had been snapped wearing his designs – a range of Migos-branded t-shirts, to be specific. The 31-year-old looked both ways to make sure none of his colleagues at the Hawaiian shirt design company Tommy Bahama … Continue reading HOW A YOUNG SEATTLE DESIGNER GOT HIS BREAK DESIGNING FOR MIGOS, MACKLEMORE
There’s a battle raging in the heart of New York City’s strip clubs. On the front line, strippers who have long danced for money in outfits they know will rake in cash are facing off against a new breed, “the startender.” Continue reading NEW YORK’S STRIPPER STRIKE: THE FRONTLINE OF THE STRIP CLUB CIVIL WAR
Frank Carson reports from the growing line outside Opening Ceremony on the eve of the Ralph Lauren ‘Snow Beach’ re-release. Continue reading THE WHITE WHALE OF SPORTSWEAR: A HUNT FOR RALPH LAUREN’S 1993 SNOW BEACH
Ahead of the Alabama Special Senate election, Anna Bradley-Smith wonders how Roy Moore can even be in the running. Continue reading ALABAMA’S SPECIAL SENATE ELECTION: HOW? WHY? HELP?
There may not be a meaning to life, but life has to be lived with meaning, Anna Bradley-Smith writes. Continue reading THE SLOW BURN OF SOUL SELLING
Mary Baines quit Instagram cold-turkey. Here’s why. Continue reading WHY I QUIT INSTAGRAM #COLDTURKEY