A First Look At The Met's Prada/Schiaparelli Show

Two months before the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute show dedicated to Elsa Schiaparelli and Miuccia Prada opens, the New Yorker's Judith Thurman has a lengthy story about the show. It appears Thurman didn't get to speak to Prada for the piece, but she did interview the curators. And perhaps best of… » 3/19/12 7:00pm 3/19/12 7:00pm

New Yorker Boycotted For Lack of Female Writers

Anne Hays noticed that the two most recent issues of the New Yorker featured almost exclusively essays and reporting by male writers. So she's returned those copies to the magazine, accompanied by a blistering open letter to the editors. » 1/03/11 4:11pm 1/03/11 4:11pm

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Sight At The Museum: Celeb-Spotting With Marina Abramović

In her work "The Artist is Present," Marina Abramović invites any museum-goer to sit face to face with her, in silence, for as long as the museum-goer wants. So art is great and everything — wait, is that Sharon Stone? » 4/27/10 3:00pm 4/27/10 3:00pm

Updated: Annie Hall And Shopping Menswear: A Love Letter

"In 1978 in Nairobi, I got this bag," said New Yorker writer Judith Thurman. "I got it because it was Annie Hall's bag." What is it about the title character of Woody Allen's romantic comedy classic that continues to captivate? » 4/07/10 6:20pm 4/07/10 6:20pm

Listicle Reveals Top 10 Political-Sartorial Moments Of The Year

Michelle Obama's royal cardigan incident, Sarah Palin's glasses, Aretha Franklin's hat, and Sonia Sotomayor's judicial collar — "Oliver Cromwell meets Whistler's Mother," in the New Yorker's inimitable parlance — all make this list of 2009's memorable fashion statements. [New Yorker] » 12/09/09 1:30pm 12/09/09 1:30pm

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