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Rosario Dawson Explains The Importance Of Ethical Fashion

Last week, we spent our Giving Tuesday learning about ethical fashion at a powerful event hosted in Manhattan's Nolita neighborhood. The event was co-hosted by Jasmine Aarons' company VOZ, a brand that collaborates with indigenous and native artisans around the world, and Studio One Eighty Nine, a platform founded by Rosario Dawson and Abrima Erwiah and designed to enact social change within the fashion industry…



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We Skated Through Manhattan With Izzy Bizu

Even though Izzy Bizu has been busy promoting her recent album, A Moment of Madness, the British singer managed to carve out some time in her schedule to glide with us throughout Manhattan. In between skate sessions, Bizu also let us in on the inspiration behind her debut record…


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Show and Tell: MUNA

Remember how much fun Show + Tell was back in kindergarten? You'd get to bring in something cool from your home life, share it with all your friends at school, and tell them all about it. Worlds collided! It was the best…

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Sevyn Streeter Is Disrupting The World

Music and politics are inherently connected. This past year, we've seen a countless number of musicians use their platform to progress dialogue centering around injustices toward the disenfranchised and marginalized communities, who are fighting for equal rights and representation…


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How To Win At Feminism

The most important thing to remember about how to be a feminist, it's that it's essential to win at it. Oh, you don't view feminism as a zero-sum game? You don't understand the importance of not just leaning in, but of leaning up? So that your cleavage is on full display? You don't know that some Instagram filters are more feminist than others?  If you're busy scratching your head right now and wondering what I'm even talking about, then you are probably not familiar with the hilariously absurd website Reductress, an Onion-esque send-up of all the women's sites on the internet…

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Show And Tell: The Naked And Famous

Remember how much fun Show + Tell was back in kindergarten? You'd get to bring in something cool from your home life, share it with all your friends at school, and tell them all about it. Worlds collided! It was the best…

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Watch Alia Shawkat Reveal When She Feels Most Confident

Alia Shawkat has an impressive past and an even more impressive present and future. She’s likely best known for her recurring role on Arrested Development as the love-deprived, but always hilarious, Maeby Funke (younger readers might also know her for her role in ABC Family’s State of Grace)…


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Life Advice With Liza Weil From 'Gilmore Girls'

When you hear the name Liza Weil, the memory of Chilton's feistiest ring leader probably comes to mind. As far as character development is concerned, not much has changed for the actress since her Gilmore Girls days as Paris Geller; Weil's latest leading role on Shonda Rhimes hit ABC series How To Get Away with Murder requires her to be both hard and soft at the same time…

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Watch Alia Shawkat Draw The Alphabet

There are a few things you might not know about NYLON December/January cover star Alia Shawkat. Oh, sure, you probably know all about her hilarious turns in beloved TV shows like Arrested Development, Portlandia, and Broad City, in which she played Ilana Glazer's sexual doppelgänger…

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Jordyn Woods Has The Key To Life

Jordyn Woods exudes a preternatural confidence, a reflection probably of today's social media-empowered youth culture. As a conscientious consumer, she utilizes social media to produce imagery that challenges the aesthetic norms long established by traditional media…




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Watch Alynda Lee Segarra Explain The Unifying Power Of Folk Music In These Troubling Times

Especially in light of the racism, misogyny, and xenophobia promulgated by the president-elect, the lilting melodies of singer/songwriter Alynda Lee Segarra of Hurray for the Riff Raff feel like a warm hand to the shoulder—compassionate, steadfast, and affirming. A Bronx-bred Puerto Rican, Segarra ran away from home at 17, hitchhiking and train-hopping across North America until she eventually settled in New Orleans…