Listen, it’s 2016 and I’m finally coming to terms with the fact that Guitar Hero III is, like, the most important influence in my life. Let’s discuss.
Fashion Week can be overwhelming in its scope and exclusivity. Fortunately, you don’t need an all-access pass to take part in the fun – all you need is a camera and a stroll around New York City. Come along with us as we check out the pop-ups and street style of NYFW 2016.
I feel inadequate because I don’t have 10,000 Instagram followers, because I’m not an “it girl” or an influencer, and because I don’t fit my own skewed definition of “cool on the internet”. I know I’m not alone in this feeling. Can I feel significant offline… without being significant online?
The internet is a most gorgeous tool for the suburban art enthusiast. It is, in its scope, the liberation of the artistic narrative from the exclusivity of galleries and museums, putting power not in the hands of the curators, patrons, and donors, but in the everyman equipped with Google images and Instagram. For the first time in human history, art is free. Art is accessible. Art is shareable.
Although she had performed the piece at a few festivals already, her dancers said afterwards that they had never, ever seen her dance with as much intensity as she had danced that night. The city gave her strength, and she gave back. Join us for an evening with FKA Twigs at her only headlining show of 2016.
In a continuing celebration of the 15th anniversary of The Strokes’ “Is This It”, Modern Girls brings you the original track-listing as viewed through The Inflammatory Essays.
We love The Strokes and cherish them deeply for this gift they gave to us 15 years ago – we only hope you feel the same. The following are our love letters to this album, and all the reasons we’ll still be listening 15 years on.