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Fashion is a notoriously fickle, ever-evolving industry; the only way to stay current is through constant change. But that’s a lot harder than it sounds, which is why most designers rise and fall with alarming frequency, coming and going with the season’s latest trends. So it’s all the more impressive when someone manages not only to sustain a career, but to grow something of an empire from the ground up. Such is the case...
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"Do you miss it here?" It’s a windy but relatively warm December morning, when Eleanor Friedberger and a team of photographers and stylists walk up Greenpoint’s Franklin Avenue from Transmitter Park after finishing a photo shoot by the water’s edge. The area is a hot spot for picnics and leisurely strolls during the city’s warm months, and is just one of the many things that have turned this part of north Brooklyn into such a...
Every David Bowie super-fan has their own personal story about what made them click with his art, the magnetic, "a-ha!" moment that made them realize his greatness was as irresistible as gravitational pull. My personal David Bowie awakening came about because of 1995's disorienting "The Heart's Filthy Lesson," a song distinguished by haunted piano, grinding electronic programming and slashing guitars. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lVgk7wYeZHw Sonically, the Brian Eno co-produced tune wasn't far off from Nine Inch Nails (then...

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