6 posts tagged NY Mag
At the SXSW panel on tech media’s failings, Swisher seemed just as hard on herself: “More and more, as I’ve thought about our new endeavor, at some point, we’re going to have to start pissing people off more. And I think about that a lot. Sometimes I see people and I think: Soon, I’m going to screw you. I do, I think that a lot more … Things are going to have to start to get a little tougher.”(Buckle up.)
Maybe his cubby-bed business blows up and he moves?
"Death by oversquinting."
One Valentine’s Day, in 1995, Bill approached me in the newsroom. I was an assistant editor who’d been typing his captions for a couple of years, but I didn’t know if he saw me as more than just another one of the “kids” he patted on the shoulder as he raced around town on his bicycle.
“Can I ask you a question, young man?” he asked. “That Brazilian fellow — is he your special friend?” He was referencing my then-boyfriend, Carlos Emilio, a photographer whom Bill had seen me with at parties. I told him yes.
“That’s what I thought,” said Bill as he unzipped the worn, vinyl shoulder bag he always carried. He pulled out an eight-by-ten manila envelope with the New York Times logo, and he handed it to me. Inside, I found the most extraordinary valentine. There was a red cardboard heart about eight inches wide with a doily pasted on it, and then two polka-dot hearts that were inset with a cut-out black-and-white photo of Carlos and a matching photo of me. I was awestruck and dumbstruck by this quiet gesture: Bill had been paying close attention to my romantic life.
Bill Cunningham’s Big Gay Heart (via The Cut)
The Cut 's ”Ten Types of People you see at Fashion Week” has at least one familiar face.
In case you want to see if Courtney Love can turn her Food Diary into something insane (spoiler: of course she can)
Marking the date for the next Decadestwo pop up. I walked away last time with tan Prada boots and maroon Brian Atwood pumps…and serious regret over the zebra-print ponyhair heels that I put back against my better judgement.
This time I’ll be better prepared.