[From the Archives] Planet Gaultier: Brooklyn Museum Pays Homage to Jean-Paul Gaultier

Originally published in February 2014. This post has since been updated with edits and videos, but with respect to the original date, and thus does not acknowledge the subject’s history and artwork past February 2014, minus a 2015 link from Another Magazine and a 2018 M2M Minidocumentary. Jean-Paul Gaultier’s fashion designs aren’t just glamorous (when … More [From the Archives] Planet Gaultier: Brooklyn Museum Pays Homage to Jean-Paul Gaultier

No, Cheryl Tiegs. Ashley Graham Should Be On The Cover Of Sports Illustrated

Unlike Bobby Finger, over at Jezebel.com, I know who Cheryl Tiegs is. Big-time model of the ’70s and ’80s (who also in the 2000s made the awkward decision to be in the unforgettable, for all the ornery reasons, independent film The Brown Bunny. I quite literally remember my high school history teacher saying Tiegs couldn’t act … More No, Cheryl Tiegs. Ashley Graham Should Be On The Cover Of Sports Illustrated

Some Thoughts On…Chanel’s “Feminist” Protest for #PFW + Cher’s “Half-Breed

Ahhhh…Chanel! This storied brand is everything when it comes to fashion. While infinitely definitive of the sartorial desires of the upper echelon in the U.S., the 1%, Chanel however, from the days of its founder Gabrielle “Coco” to its current direction under austere iconoclast Karl Lagerfeld, since the 1990s has also garnered many a soft spot … More Some Thoughts On…Chanel’s “Feminist” Protest for #PFW + Cher’s “Half-Breed