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A Nostalgia-Driven Store That’s Not Kitschy

Designers refer to the past in different and varied ways. Nostalgia often feels like the cheesiest option — think of an old attic in a thrift store or a novelty store in Times Square. But lighting designer Lindsey Adelman is proving that nostalgia can be cool through a pop-up store inspired by a store she would visit on the Upper East Side in the ’80s, called P.S. I Love You. Adelman’s new interpretation, called “P.S. I Miss You,” pays homage to that carefree time when she would make things for fun instead of for business.

The Perfect Candle for the First Snow

New York City had its first snow yesterday afternoon. The heavy, wet slush fell until bedtime, turning to rain later than expected, and it fucked a bunch of stuff up quite severely. Damn. Snow can be cruel, but it can also be beautiful, particularly if you are home and inside during it, like I was, which I say with a heavy heart — my apologies.

How a Model on the Rise Gets Ready to Go Out

Duckie Thot has had quite a November. One week ago, the 23-year-old Australian model walked in her very first Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show. Two days before that, she was in a car accident. And eight days after that, she let me, a total random, into her Brooklyn apartment to watch her get ready for Dior’s Guggenheim Gala Pre-Party.

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