My favorite pair of rigid, selvedge, raw denim Levi’s has been replaced by an imposter that insists on stretching.
“New York, New York” belongs to Frank and to Liza. Recording a cover of such a sacred and iconic song is a daring prospect. This new interpretation by Daisy Dash hits it from a very unexpected angle, with a tone very reflective of our current moment.
Some days are good. Other days are not so good. But I have enough experience and hindsight to know that this, too, shall pass. In the meantime… much to watch, listen to, read and write.
One of my favorite voices on style was on NPR’s Fresh Air yesterday. Tim Gunn talked about his own approach to clothes while we’re on lockdown, his evolution on criticizing the “comfort trap” and much more. It was a great interview. (But it was Terry Gross talking to Tim Gunn. Of course it was a great interview.)
A sensible daily checklist for those of us in isolation during the pandemic.
Music. It’s one of the things getting me through this odd time in isolation. Here’s my curated Spotify playlist for May. Enjoy!
After many false starts over several years, I thought I’d use the time to make an earnest attempt at telling the story of a pivotal period in my early 20s that changed my life.
When it comes to food, I’m not fancy. And with a limited budget and a very limited kitchen, I have to keep it VERY simple.
Even though we only think of it in tropical climes and times, we should really be wearing sunscreen year-round. A broad-spectrum sunscreen with at least 30 SPF is where it’s at.
Amidst all the uncertainty and fear in the pandemic’s American epicenter, I wouldn’t want to be anywhere else.
Like Ally Sheedy in The Breakfast Club, I had nothing better to do.
In a political culture where visual perception is king, Biden looks better. The photographs prove it.
The Criterion Channel curated a fantastic collection of 13 films that exemplify great ’70s style.
At the top of the list of things that might help me from losing what’s left of my mind during the coronavirus shit show is music. Here’s the April playlist.
What’s happened to nearly 3.5 million Americans has happened to me. The job I just started, the job I moved back to New York for, is officially on…
Life in NYC under extraordinary circumstances.