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Melting Pot My Ass: You’ll clearly realize how segregated New York City really is after reviewing this New York Times-produced map displaying the city’s ethnic makeup.

Bill Cunningham New York, a film by Richard Press


I can’t wait to see this, it’s going to be amazing. Every time I see Mr. [Bill] Cunningham around, I freak out. He’s an institution here in the city and in the fashion world. I think Anna Wintour says it all in the trailer, “I’ve said many times that we all get dressed for Bill…”

Can’t wait.

Giving the fashion world something to talk about is what the fashion world seems to do best.

Cathy Horyn’s musings in her latest piece for the New York Times regarding Emmanuelle Alt stepping up as editor-in-chief at French Vogue.

Senator Joseph I. Lieberman, Majority Leader Harry Reid and Senator Carl Levin made their way to a press conference after the Senate advanced the repeal of “don’t ask, don’t tell.”

Racial profiling: The New York Times maps out the distribution of racial and ethnic groups, block by block, throughout America.


This was hilarious, ok? But, some maps are useful when they are made by smart people who care. You have to click on it though.

Mapping America: Every City, Every Block | nytimes.com

James Franco, Fourteen Actors Acting (for The New York Times Magazine)


As part of The New York Times’ visual exploration of classic screen types “Fourteen Actors Acting,” James Franco flirts with, and eventually makes out with, himself.

(via thedailywhat)

"Manhattan is far thinner than the nation, the state or the city’s other boroughs, according to the study released by Senator Gillibrand, which relied on federal data on body-mass index." - Anne Barnard

Photo: Librado Romero for The New York Times

"How Alexa Chung came to be the most famous person you’ve probably never heard of … yet." - Stephanie Rosenbloom

Alexa Chung.

Photo: Robert Wright for The New York Times

"The new dress code for New York cab drivers is being amended to say all drivers must ‘present a professional appearance’.” - Michael M. Grynbaum

The cabdriver Nazmul Haque. A new rule from New York taxi regulators says drivers must “present a professional appearance.”  Photo: Michael Appleton for The New York Times

"Want to party at the latest night spots? Meet the new scenemakers in New York.” - Alex Williams

Photography by Piotr Redlinski for The New York Times

Duane Reade is greed!

Jonathan Schmidt said after shopping at Kings Pharmacy, in a New York Times article titled ‘As A Neighborhood Shifts, Chain Stores Arrive’.

"As “The Oprah Winfrey Show” winds down, would-be guests scramble to be one of the success stories." - Stephanie Rosenbloom

Illustration by Stephen Kroninger for The New York Times

"Fredrik Eklund, who is in talks with Bravo for a reality show, has acted in porn films and been followed by the Swedish tabloids." - Ben Widdicombe

Photograph by Benjamin Norman for The New York Times

Marc Jacobs is the Michael Bloomberg of the West Village and also its Sam Walton. Jane Jacobs would have loved him, if she wasn’t overcome by conniptions at his oozing influence over her beloved neighborhood streets. He is a colonialist, an extender of brands, and in very good shape.” - Jon Caramanica 

Read 'Monopoly by Marc Jacobs' by Jon Caramanica for The New York Times here.

From top, clockwise: Bookmarc; Marc by Marc Jacobs Women’s; Marc by Marc Jacobs Men’s; Marc by Marc Jacobs Accessories; Little Marc Jacobs and Marc by Marc Jacobs Men’s Accessories.

(via feelsgoodtofeelfine)

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