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Cathy Horyn’s Greatest Fashion Feuds

by: Emily Kirkpatrick

Late last week, Cathy Horyn, the New York Times's chief fashion critic, decided to hang up her devastating glances, deceptive smiles and withering wit once and for all. Most will be sad to see her go, but for at least these five people, this day couldn't come soon enough.

Tags: Alexander Wang, Anna Wintour, Balenciaga, Cake Like Lady Gaga, Cathy Horyn, Donatella Versace, EIC, Emily Kirkpatrick, Fashion, fashion critic, Hedi Slimane, hot dog, Lady Gaga, Mugler, New York Times, ODLR, Oscar de la Renta, Saint Laurent, Spring/Summer 2013, The Wild Magazine, V Magazine, VOGUE magazine., What's Wrong With Vogue, When You Want to Say That's How to Dress, YSL

Mixed Message Mannequins

by: Emily Kirkpatrick

Mannequins are getting plus sized in the U.K., inspiring crazy plastic surgeries in Venezuela, and being banned in Iraq, but are these plastic beauties really to blame for all of our body image ills?

Tags: Alsumaria, Azhar Al Tarihi, Debenhams, Eliezer Alvarez, Emily Kirkpatrick, Fashion, Islam, mannequins, New York Times, plastic surgery, plus size, The Wild Magazine, Venezuela
Locked Up

In Case You Missed It, the First Week of May

by: Blaine Skrainka

Here’s what we’ve been paying attention to this week Lawyers of the prisoners at Guantánamo say that at least 100 of the 166 inmates are now on hunger strike, with a handful now required to […]

Tags: Bangladesh, Bangladeshi garment workers, Baron Davis, bible, birth control, Blaine Skrainka, Climate Change, Conservatives, contraceptives, Crickett, FAA, garment workers, Global Warming, Guantanamo, Guantánamo Bay, Gun Control, gun deaths, hunger strike, illegal immigrant, Immigration, In Case You Missed It, Jason Collins, Kobe Bryant, labor rights, LGBT, May Day, Michelle Obama, Morning Joe, NBA, New York Times, Politics, rifles, sequester, Steve Nash, Ta-Nehisi Coates, The Wild Magazine, Twitter, Women's Rights, workers rights, world
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In Case You Missed It, the Third Week of April

by: Blaine Skrainka

Here’s what we’ve been paying attention to this week. The shortcomings of mainstream journalism were exposed this week as seen in the coverage of the rapidly developing parallel stories coming in the wake of the […]

Tags: Amy Davidson, Asa Hutchinson, Blaine Skrainka, bombing, Boston, Boston Globe, Boston Marathon, Climate Change, CNN, Columbia Journalism Review, Congress, Constitution Project, earthquake, Enhanced Interrogation Techniques, FBI, filibuster, Fox News, Gabrielle Giffords, global temperatures, Global Warming, Gun Control, guns, In Case You Missed It, Iran, James R. Jones, John King, Journalism, Media, National Review, New York Daily News, New York Post, New York Times, New Yorker, NOAA, Obama, Pakistan, Ryan Lizza, Terrorism, The Wild Magazine, Torture
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Documentary of a ‘Geriatric Starlet’

by: Emily Kirkpatrick

Iris Apfel, the style icon who just celebrated her 91st birthday, has had a banner year and shows no signs of slowing down now. Apfel has long been a source of inspiration for fashion insiders, […]

Tags: Albert Maysles, Alexander Wang, Alexis Bittar, Emily Kirkpatrick, Gimme Shelter, Grey Gardens, HSN jewelry, Iris Apfel, Iris Apfel Documentary, Mac, New York Times, Peabody Essex Museum, When We Were Kings
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WILD Profile: Rebecca Berg, Young Enough to Know it All

by: Blaine Skrainka

Who: Rebecca Berg Where: Born in San Diego, Lives in Washington, D.C. What she does: Political reporting fellow, The New York Times What’s on your mind today? My next articles. I won’t say any more than that, […]

Tags: Blaine Skrainka, Journalism, New York Times, New Yorker, Politics, Rebecca Berg, Ryan Lizza, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, The Wild Magazine, Virginia Young, WILD PROFILES, Young Enough to Know it All
Global Sex Trade

Humanity Ignored

by: Blaine Skrainka

A modern day slave trade may seem unimaginable, but it is in fact all around us. Two and a half million people just this year have fallen victim to this $32 billion industry. The United […]

Tags: Blaine Skrainka, Brazil, China, Equality Now, Honduras, Human Rights, Human Trafficking, Humanity Ignored, New York Times, Nigeria, Polaris Project, Prostitution, Sex Work, Slavery, Spain, The Economist, The Wild Magazine, United Nations, United States, world
Sahara International Film Festival

Desert Stories

by: Blaine Skrainka

The Western Sahara does not often frequent our thoughts, but in this mysterious desert, there lives a group of exiles under military occupation. The Sahara International Film Festival, or FiSahara, might be the world’s only […]

Tags: Algeria, Arts, Benicio Del Toro, Blaine Skrainka, Democracy Now, Desert Stories, Film, FiSahara, Maria Carrion, Morocco, New York Times, Omar Ahmed, Sahara International Film Festival, Saharawi, Spain, The Wild Magazine, United Nations, Western Sahara, world
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by: Joseph Johnson

Street style columns are everywhere now. Bloggers like Scott Schuman (The Sartorialist), Yvan Rodic (Facehunter) and Phil Oh (Street Peeper) have worked from the ground up to make huge successes of themselves; they now regularly […]

Tags: Bill Cunningham, documentary, Fashion, Film, Joseph Johnson, New York, New York Times, NYC, originator, photography, review, street, street style, The Wild Magazine
Demand and Supply

Demand and Supply

by: Blaine Skrainka

The phenomenon of globalization has interconnected the world in ways never before experienced by mankind, yet there remains a distinct lack of empathetic human connection. This is especially true in the western world where out […]

Tags: Apple, Blaine Skrainka, Capitalism, China, Demand and Supply, Foxconn, Globalization, Human Rights, iPad, iPhone, iPod, Labor conditions, Mike Daisey, New York Times, Shenzhen, The Wild Magazine, Unions, world