The queer Liberian American designer Telfar Clemens, who became fashion’s success story of the pandemic, will be bringing his signature designs to the 2021 Olympics. “They said, ‘Go crazy.’ So I did.” https://t.co/8V6isxRQ81https://t.co/ZZkvv5UEO3
Our book critic @parul_sehgal explores how the term “consent” is being thought about in recent novels, essay collections, films and TV shows.
“Out of a frustration with a word, calls for more words, better words,” she writes. https://t.co/VUwNXbbQvy
A judge narrowed lawsuits accusing the Trump administration of abusing its power to disperse a protest outside the White House in 2020, saying claims of a conspiracy to clear Lafayette Square for Donald Trump’s walk across it were “simply too speculative.” https://t.co/nJRGdOZPV5
Before we dismiss the pageantry of Victoria’s Secret “Angels” as “an embarrassing blot on the collective culture,” our chief fashion critic @VVFriedman writes, perhaps we should ask ourselves: Why did it work for so long in the first place? https://t.co/kOrEvoGZYr
"There is no modern precedent for such huge swings in sums the government is pumping into the economy," explains @Neil_Irwin. "When it fades away, there's a risk that the affluent will sit on their cash rather than spend it." https://t.co/a9JMd9MOaL
With Tokyo Olympic organizers having decided to admit up to 10.000 spectators or half a venue’s capacity of silent fans, here’s a preview of what the Quiet Place Olympics will be like from my trip to a soccer game last year https://t.co/bmrjhGgG35
“The market for American fossils is going through the roof.” And dinosaur skeletons are the hottest commodity. Last year, a complete skeleton of a T-rex, known as Stan, sold at auction at Christie’s for a record-shattering $31.8 million. https://t.co/trukjv5Fqx
When the young Oracle heir David Ellison entered the entertainment industry, no one expected much. Instead, he’s built the rarest of businesses — a thriving, all-audiences, independent studio. https://t.co/YvQlzvWHEm
What the G rating ultimately came down to is something so small, so tangential, so crazy that "you'll never believe this," one of the directors, Kirk Wise, told me.
My @nytimesarts investigation (and possibly the most fun story I've written this year):
As the national economy recovers from the pandemic, New York City is lagging. Scars are everywhere: boarded-up storefronts, empty sidewalks in Midtown Manhattan, fewer subway riders. Changes in work and life patterns will further slow a rebound.
The Trump Organization sued New York City on Monday, saying the city had wrongly terminated a lucrative golf course contract for political reasons after the Jan. 6 riot at the Capitol in Washington. https://t.co/uPNAmpo099