Substance Over Style: the February edit

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February was spent doing a lot more offline reading than usual. The Vanity Fair Hollywood issue kept me occupied (especially  Hollywood’s Private Eye and Slaves of the Red Carpet), along with Porter – the new print magazine from Net-a-porter – and the latest edition of LOVE.

Giving up the day job. Costume designer Caroline Harris explains her path

Chris Laverty (Clothes On Film) explores the costumes of Michael Caine in The Italian Job: Part 1 and Part 2

Christian Esquevin explores the end of film

An interview with Miranda July, by Ann Friedman

Championing women writers: Fashion Abecadaire interviews Lynn Michell of Linen Press

The Art+Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-thon saw 101 pages created for female artists

One-percent jokes and Plutocrats in drag: what this Kevin Roose discovered when he crashed a Wall Street Secret Society

The knowledge you’ve always wanted? How to be popular

La Bella Vita: true beauty  pleases the eye and the mind – but can it help us become better people?

Fashion madness: in New York, there’s chaos on the runway, in Milan they’re sending drones down the runway, whilst in Italy, they’re hoping for a youthquake

Muse Magazine Guinevere van Seenus

Muse Magazine Guinevere van Seenus

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