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selected articles; loosely chronological

My Tinder Date Lied. Was I the Creep?
(New York Times)

Meeting David, the “God” of Counterfeit Sneakers
(HighSnobiety)

Vape King Juul Wants Everyone To Chill Out 
(Bloomberg Businessweek)

In the California Mountains, A Gathering of Medical Punks  
(New York Times)

Letter of Recommendation: AliExpress 
(New York Times Magazine)

The Retired Dominatrix Teaching Women the Game 
(New York Times)

A Copy of A Copy of a Copy: Cultural Ingenuity In A Swath of Prado Polyester
 (Vestoj)

My Brand Loves Your Brand: On Collaborations  
(Vestoj)

Beware Google Ads for ‘Abortion Consultations’ 
(Bloomberg Businessweek)

In Praise of Leonardo Dicaprio’s Citibike Style 
(Garage)

The True Story Behind the Demise of Trump Models 
(i-D)

Converts to Abortion Rights
 (N+1)

The Lonely World of Virtual Shopping In China 
(Vice News)

The Kardashian Empire is Bigger Than You Think 
(The Outline)

Bitch Magazine And Feminist Cultural Critique 
(The New Yorker)

24 Hours with Canal Street’s Counterfeit Vendors 
(The Village Voice)

The Ethics of Faux Fur 
(Vice)

Chloë Sevigny at Forty 
(The New Yorker)

How Utah Became a Bizarre, Blissful Epicenter for Get-Rich-Quick Schemes 
(Talking Points Memo)

Donna Karan and the First Female President
(The Cut)

A Montana Abortion Clinic Is Destroyed. Is Anyone Brave Enough to Reopen it?
(Splinter)

Why I Talk To Men Who Catcall Me
(Gawker)

Inside The Secret Dating App For Famous People
(The Cut)

The Strange Underworld Of Fashion Week Scalpers Gawker)

The Museum Of 9/11 Golf Balls, Terrorism Sweaters, And World Trade Center Knives
(The Awl) 

How Much Are They Paying You For This Shit?
(N+1)

Meet The New Teen Sneakerheads Flipping Shoes For Cash, Fast
(The Cut)

Så Brooklyn: How Kings County Became The Coolest Thing In Sweden
(Grub Street)

Lilly Pulitzer, Or The Sincerity Of Being A WASP
(Dis Magazine)

Walmart Internal Documents Reveal Systematic Limit On Advancement 
(HuffPost)

Walmart’s New Health Care Policy Shifts Burden To Medicaid, Obamacare 
(HuffPost)