George Orwell’s Brilliant Guide to Writing Well
The best writing advice you’ll ever read. Period.
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(Many donuts were harmed in the making of this photograph.)
On the Met’s new Charles James retrospective: “The Met seems to be telling us—showing us—that we should view [dress and fashion] as high art. This is not a new argument, of course, but in spite of past scholarly and curatorial efforts, it has never decisively taken hold … James would seem the perfect antidote, and in many ways he is: a great designer who was never a celebrity (few outside the field of fashion have ever heard of him), an inveterate craftsman who was also a genuinely imaginative artist—a sculptor of satin and silk willing to sacrifice everything including profits for the perfect seam…”
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Who run the world? Girls!
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A Guide to Last Week’s News for People Who Don’t Like to Read
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Illustrations by Peter Oumansky.
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See that line allllll the way to the left? That’s where the U.S. ranks in minimum wage.