Eye Drop: Highlights from this week’s magazine
Is our government a gerontocracy? In this week’s lead, Amanda Gutterman explores the impact of an aging population on our country’s politics. [Lead]
Why does Dolce & Gabbana think racism is fashionable? Zack Etheart explains his issue with designers who think ironic racism belongs on the runway. [20/20]
So, what does it mean to be a twenty-something in New York? NYU grads Alex Ahn and Ari Lipikis think they know the answer. Isaac Santos discusses the pair’s vision and their opening exhibit, “Working On It.” [Art]
Whatever happened to Abercrombie? Claire Heyison explores the declining popularity of Abercrombie & Fitch in favor of stores that allow for more originality. [Style]
Exhibition Director for the New York Botanical Gardens, Karen Daubmann, recently organized “Monet’s Garden,” an exhibition that features vegetation found in Monet’s garden in Giverny, France. Daubmann spoke to the Eye about Monet as gardener, social media’s role in the organization, and the environmental responsibilities of the Gardens. [Interview]
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