Canadian writer Ania Szado discusses the influence of Antoine de Saint-Exupéry and The Little Prince on her latest novel, Studio Saint-Ex, and developing characters based on personal insecurities....more
Posts Tagged: fashion
To many Americans, fashion is a frivolous distraction. To many women in Namibia, it’s an expression of identity hammered out of years of tradition, culture, colonialism, and genocide.
Catherine E. McKinley writes about it in fascinating detail for the Virginia Quarterly Review, with incredible photos by Thabiso Sekgala to match....more
Like a lot of men these days, the line between what I wear to go to work, to work out, and to sleep has gotten dangerously thin....more
“Every semester that I teach my underground music course, I ask my students what they think the word ‘indie’ means, and somebody inevitably gives the same answer: skinny pants.
I want to come clean here and tell everyone that I have never worn skinny pants; they look awful on me....more