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Alice is a writer in New York City. She’s written essays, criticism, news, and features for the New York Times, T Magazine, Bloomberg Businessweek, the Outline, Smithsonian, N+1, the New Yorker, The Cut, Garage, Vice, and the Village Voice, among other publications. A generalist with an eye for strong characters, she's drawn broadly to stories about gender, technology, and (sub)culture.

Before freelancing, Alice was a reporter at the Huffington Post on the retail business beat, covering topics including Walmart's labor policies, retailers' implementation of the Affordable Care Act, and the economics of sexy halloween. Later, she worked as an editor at Vestoj, a platform for critical thinking on fashion under the patronage of London's Royal College of Arts. Editing scholars and journalists alike, Alice sheparded projects including a historical investigation into Brooks’ Brothers manufacturing of slave clothes, and an interview series with Syrian refugees about their personal effects.

Alice also has a long history of copywriting for fashion brands and start-ups. From 2013 to 2015, she worked in content strategy at the fashion house and concept retailer Opening Ceremony.

Alice has a degree in Comparative Literature from Brown University. She grew up in South Carolina but is told she no longer has an accent.

Get in touch to find out for yourself! alicekhines at gmail dot com

 

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