On perhaps the most beautiful evening of the spring season so far in New York City, the Whitney Museum joined forces with the iconic luxury brand MaxMara and threw an Art Prom (Party) for 1,000 of their closest friends, artists and up-starts.
This weekend we're reading Malcolm Harris' "So You Want to Be a #Longreads Superstar," Caitlin Jones' "Conceptual Blind Spots", and B. Wurtz's "History Works".
Last week, I attended a press preview for the latest offering of Vladimir Restoin Roitfeld and his co-curator, Christine Messineo, via a photo that simply read Merci-Mercy.
Out of my civic duty and as a soldier on the front line of fashion, I have ventured into the scary world of hats in hopes of easing the seasonal anxiety of my fellow man.
Despite pleading guilty in an attempt to keep his deleted tweets private, OWS protestor Malcolm Harris's tweets were read in court Wednesday.
Malcolm Harris was arrested in October 2011 as Occupy Wall Street protesters marched on the Brooklyn Bridge. His lawyer said he plans to plead guilty to a disorderly conduct charge.
Malcolm Harris has been waging a big fight over a pretty small charge stemming from his arrest in an Occupy Wall Street protest on the Brooklyn Bridge in October 2011, but on Wednesday he finally surrendered. Harris agreed to plead guilty, his lawyer told Reuters, thereby keeping secret a series ... More »
Malcolm Harris reviews James C. Scott's Two Cheers for Anarchism. Harris explains the problem with turning "insurrectionary politics" into "a self-help strategy, a personal faith that promises a freer and more productive life": It’s a long-standing premise of American politics...
As a true lover of authentic vintage, with a strong dislike for down market designer/retail chain collaborations, Byronesque.com is a welcomed relief to the subpar design hamster wheel the fashion industry has become over the past decade.
While some of the elements of the art opening haven't changed, what appears to separate Mr. Restoin-Roitfeld from the past, and even the present, may be his seemingly effortless marketing strategy and business model execution.
Too many books and not enough storage? Shareable's Malcolm Harris ran into that problem after moving into a small apartment. With budget concerns in mind, Malcolm solved the storage issue with a few bed slats and cheap ($1!) brackets from Ikea. Here's how he did it. More »
Malcolm Harris considers the drug trade as depicted on Breaking Bad: Big Pharma brings in a $250 billion annually in the U.S. alone, much of it from the same chemical compounds in White’s lab. When it’s 89 percent pure, it’s...
Hahahaha I just googled Ames and he's born the same year as my dad. Dude is a46 year old man. — Malcolm Harris (@BigMeanInternet) September 19, 2012 Well, here's a mildly misguided takedown of someone you've likely never heard of. Are...Show More Summary
It is no secret that over the past 10 years or so, the bebe brand has lost some of its original luster and cache. But based on the Spring/Summer 2013, all the naysayers may have to rip up their pre-planned obituaries for the future of this iconic brand.
Twitter has bowed to threats of substantial fines and released messages sent by Occupy Wall Street protester Malcolm Harris relating to the arrest of roughly 700 people at a demonstration on the Brooklyn Bridge in October 2011. Harris has said police encouraged protesters onto the bridge to make it easier to arrest them. Show More Summary
This morning, faced with the threat of criminal and civil contempt, Twitter turned over information about Occupy Wall Street protester Malcolm Harris to a New York criminal court judge. This development follows Twitter’s months-longShow More Summary
Twitter's finally caved and submitted the tweets of Occupy protestor Malcolm Harris to Judge Matthew Sciarrino. The Manhattan district attorney wants the tweets to try and provide evidence against Harris' allegations that police officers...Show More Summary
The Verge says: After months of resistance, Twitter has reportedly agreed to provide the Manhattan District Attorney's office with information about user Malcolm Harris, who was arrested for disorderly conduct in October during an Occupy Wall Street protest. Show More Summary
Malcolm Harris is convinced that Breaking Bad‘s Walter White is yet another example of the White Savior, i.e. The white guy who enters a world supposedly beneath him where he doesn’t belong yet nonetheless triumphs over the inhabitants is older than talkies. TV Tropes calls it “Mighty Whitey,” and examples range from Tom Cruise as [...]
Welp, looks like your tweets really aren't protected by law. After months of haggling with the courts, Twitter has finally turned over the protected tweets of Occupy Wall Street protestor Malcolm Harris after his arrest in October. More »