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Film
Film

Trans Experience Is Not Raw Material

Furries, trans identity, and native politics have more in common than you'd think.
Charlie Markbreiter
4.27.18
Art
Art

Against All Odds: Radical Latin American Women Artists

A new show at the Brooklyn Museum surveys decades of resistance and creation by female artists who have been overlooked by art historians.
Sarah Valdez
4.26.18
Fashion
Fashion

Judge in Michael Cohen Case Is Pragmatic, Fair—and a Fashion Icon

Senior U.S. District Judge Kimba Wood has a fantastic wardrobe of spirited classics.
Rachel Tashjian
4.26.18
Books
Books

Knitting Is Soft and Crafty—and Subversive, Chaotic, and Political

Two recent books look at the emotional comforts and political possibilities of textiles.
Haley Mlotek
4.9.18
march for our lives
march for our lives

A Photo Essay Shows How March for Our Lives Is Turning the Tide on Gun Control

Photographer Matt Bernstein's photos show the energy and conviction of the students determined to stop gun violence.
Erin Schwartz
3.26.18
Fashion
Fashion

How a Menswear Troll Became a Trump Administration Insider

National Security Council spokesman Michael Anton's 40,000+ posts on menswear message board Styleforum tell us a lot about the people who work for the president.
Melvin Backman
3.22.18
Fashion
Fashion

Virginia Legislature's First Metalhead Will Thrash It in Office, but Will She Wear Leather?

Danica Roem is the lead singer of the thrash metal band Cab Ride Home. Here are the shred-worthy runway looks we hope she rocks.
Gabriella Karefa-Johnson
11.8.17