Manhattan used to be a place of opportunity for anyone with a dream and talent. It's still true, if the dream and the talent are powered by a trust fund (or a hedge fund).
Much has been said about legendary New York Times fashion photographer and chronicler Bill Cunningham since he died. All I can add is to share how he inspired me.
A new article in The Business of Fashion about the impact of wealth inequality on the luxury business and the shopping habits of the super-rich makes for great comic reading.
This post my put some readers off or inspire others to unsubscribe. But in the wake of Orlando, I kinda don't care. Samantha Bee and Jim Jefferies articulate my feelings beautifully.
I expect it in t-shirts, socks, athletic wear and the waistband of my underwear. But now it's in jeans, khakis, dress shirts and even suits.
My niece graduated from Boston University this past weekend. It's a thrilling rite of passage punctuated by excitement, fear and change.
In high school, our prematurely hirsute classmates with 5 o’clock shadows bought the beer because they looked older. Decades later, the principle hasn’t changed.