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Style Du Monde: The Black Dress

Black, while frequently disregarded as a mere shade, boasts a symbolism as intricate as that of any color, rivaling only the multifaceted blue. 

The Season of Vytsotsky

Arriving with a smell of vodka, a haze of cigarette smoke, and the haunting voice of a man, piercing the air with raw, unbridled passion.

Ivan Donev

A Modern Philosopher in the World of High Fashion

Under Siege

An all-American girl finds herself negotiating high-context relationships in Italy... all while wearing borrowed pajamas.

On Solitude

A Marukami-style slipstream riff on the nature of solitude.

Long Live the King

Perhaps the most significant—and often overlooked—reason for Stephen King’s success is the heartwood of his stories. At their core, King’s novels are not about the monsters; they’re about the people.