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For “Faces Places,” the filmmaker Agnès Varda (born in 1928) and the photographer and muralist JR (born… read more
For “Faces Places,” the filmmaker Agnès Varda (born in 1928) and the photographer and muralist JR (born in 1983) travelled to small towns in France to document the heroism of daily life. By creating murals of their interview subjects, they magnify and honor factory workers, farmers, waitresses, and others on a scale usually reserved for public and historical figures. Click the link in our bio to read Richard Brody’s review. Photograph by Cohen Media Group via Everett. | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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A cartoon by Julia Suits. #TNYcartoons
A cartoon by Julia Suits. #TNYcartoons | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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Multiple women, including Mira Sorvino, Rosanna Arquette, and Asia Argento, have shared their harrowing… read more
Multiple women, including Mira Sorvino, Rosanna Arquette, and Asia Argento, have shared their harrowing accounts of sexual assault and harassment by the film executive Harvey Weinstein. “I’ve been damaged. Just talking to you about it, my whole body is shaking. I know the damage is there, and will continue to be there,” the actress Asia Argento said. Click the link in our bio to read the full story, and listen to a recording, secretly captured during an N.Y.P.D. sting operation, in which Weinstein admits to groping a woman. Illustration by Oliver Munday. | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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“There was no reason for me to think of myself as black in Nigeria.” At The New Yorker Festival, Chimamanda… read more
“There was no reason for me to think of myself as black in Nigeria.” At The New Yorker Festival, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, who grew up in Nigeria, talked about moving to the U.S. for university and what it was like the first time she experienced racism. #TNYfest | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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A cartoon by @willmcphail4. #TNYcartoons
A cartoon by @willmcphail4. #TNYcartoons | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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Jon Hamm has one rule when it comes to making decisions about weird comedy roles: "Just do anything Tina… read more
Jon Hamm has one rule when it comes to making decisions about weird comedy roles: "Just do anything Tina Fey says." At The New Yorker Festival, the "Mad Men" actor shared stories about how he failed at nearly 200 auditions in the first three years of his career, how his comic sweet spot is between "really fun and really dumb," and how, when he was a high-school  teacher, Ellie Kemper was a student in his class. Photo by Andrew Toth/Getty for TNY. #TNYfest | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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@hannabarczyk illustrated a a menagerie of musicians for the magazine. Which instrument do you play?
@hannabarczyk illustrated a a menagerie of musicians for the magazine. Which instrument do you play? | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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Joni Mitchell made the best music of her generation by falling in love, over and over again. Her songs… read more
Joni Mitchell made the best music of her generation by falling in love, over and over again. Her songs are almost always about what two articulate adults mean, or once meant, to each other. This required some reconnaissance. Men often wanted her to be a wife, a muse, a siren, or a star. Instead they got a genius. Click the link in our bio to read about a new biography of the singer-songwriter. Photograph by Mark Roth/Globe Photos/Zuma Press. | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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A cartoon by @steinbergdrawscartoons, from this week’s issue. Follow @newyorkercartoons for more #TNYcartoons.
A cartoon by @steinbergdrawscartoons, from this week’s issue. Follow @newyorkercartoons for more #TNYcartoons. | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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Last night, Carly Rae Jepsen caused a sensation at The New Yorker Festival. Cheers and applause filled… read more
Last night, Carly Rae Jepsen caused a sensation at The New Yorker Festival. Cheers and applause filled the theatre at each mention of her music. The pop star talked about her process, what it was like to play Cinderella on Broadway, and how Tom Hanks ended up in her video for "I Really Like You." Photo by Thos Robinson/Getty for TNY. #TNYfest | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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In the photographer Vincent Ferrané’s new series, “Milky Way,” he documents his wife breastfeeding their… read more
In the photographer Vincent Ferrané’s new series, “Milky Way,” he documents his wife breastfeeding their infant child. The starkly composed, brightly lit scenes present a world deeply private and tender—a mother and baby joined repeatedly in the act of nourishment, as the father looks on. Click the link in our bio to see more. Photograph by @vincentferrane. | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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An early look at next week's cover, “October 1, 2017: One Day in a Nation of Guns," by @davidplunkert.… read more
An early look at next week's cover, “October 1, 2017: One Day in a Nation of Guns," by @davidplunkert. #TNYcovers | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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With over fifty exciting events, The New Yorker Festival is the place to explore your interests and discover… read more
With over fifty exciting events, The New Yorker Festival is the place to explore your interests and discover new ones. Get there in style (and on time) with @LandRoverUSA. Buy tickets now at the link in our bio or download the #TNYfest app. #RangeRoverVelar | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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A cartoon by Benjamin Schwartz, from this week’s issue. Follow @newyorkercartoons for more #TNYcartoons.
A cartoon by Benjamin Schwartz, from this week’s issue. Follow @newyorkercartoons for more #TNYcartoons. | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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New York Comic Con kicks off today. The convention has grown from a geek refuge to an all but mandatory… read more
New York Comic Con kicks off today. The convention has grown from a geek refuge to an all but mandatory celebration of the best in upcoming television, film, books, and comics—well, it’s still a geek refuge, but now there are a lot more geeks. Fans and enthusiasts will enjoy unprecedented access to their favorite stars with appearances by Kevin Conroy, Neil deGrasse Tyson, @hamillhimself, @rosariodawson, and many others. Photograph by © ReedPOP. #NYCC | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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Of the Las Vegas shooter's twenty-three guns, it has been reported that twelve were outfitted with “bump… read more
Of the Las Vegas shooter's twenty-three guns, it has been reported that twelve were outfitted with “bump stock” devices—inexpensive gun accessories that enable semiautomatic firearms to mimic automatic gunfire. They’re just one in a whole class of products that do so, which are not subject to federal regulations and are legal in all but a handful of states. Yesterday afternoon, California senator Dianne Feinstein reintroduced a bill that would outlaw bump stocks and accessories designed to mimic a machine gun’s rate of fire. Click the link in our bio for a primer on how such devices function, and why they’re legal. Illustration by Harry Campbell. | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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Rachel Maddow’s entrance into broadcasting began as a lark. She was writing her doctoral thesis and doing… read more
Rachel Maddow’s entrance into broadcasting began as a lark. She was writing her doctoral thesis and doing odd jobs in western Massachusetts when she heard about a local radio audition to announce the morning news. In 2008, she got her own TV show and, since the election, she has become liberals’ favorite storyteller. “I happened to have a fascination with crazy right-wing racist politics—and all of a sudden that’s relevant. It’s my moment,” she says. Click the link in our bio to read Janet Malcolm’s Profile of the MSNBC star. Photograph by @paridukovic for TNY. | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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A cartoon by @citycyclops, from this week’s issue. Follow @newyorkercartoons for more #TNYcartoons.
A cartoon by @citycyclops, from this week’s issue. Follow @newyorkercartoons for more #TNYcartoons. | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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In one cutting remark, during yesterday’s arguments before the Supreme Court, Ruth Bader Ginsburg silenced… read more
In one cutting remark, during yesterday’s arguments before the Supreme Court, Ruth Bader Ginsburg silenced Neil Gorsuch, who had just given a patronizing lecture on the Constitution and omitted some of the Court’s most important precedents. There might have been an audible woo that echoed through the courtroom. Click the link in our bio to read Jeffrey Toobin on R.B.G.’s brisk and convincing dismissal. Photograph by Kevork Djansezian/Getty. | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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"Michelle is a tremendously strong person, and has a very strong sense of herself and who she is and… read more
"Michelle is a tremendously strong person, and has a very strong sense of herself and who she is and where she comes from." "Barack has helped me loosen up and feel comfortable with taking risks." In 1996, the photographer Mariana Cook visited a young Barack and Michelle Obama, on the brink of their political life. On the couple's twenty-fifth wedding anniversary, read what they had to say about each other when they were just a young couple in Chicago. Link in bio. Photograph by Mariana Cook. | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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@Edie_Parker’s Brett Heyman, @RockPaperRobot’s Jessica Banks, and the entrepreneur @frankdenbow are heading… read more
@Edie_Parker’s Brett Heyman, @RockPaperRobot’s Jessica Banks, and the entrepreneur @frankdenbow are heading to this year’s New Yorker Festival. Are you? Buy tickets now at the link in our bio, or download the #TNYfest app. #RangeRoverVelar | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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A cartoon by @lianafinck, from this week’s issue. Follow @newyorkercartoons for more #TNYcartoons.
A cartoon by @lianafinck, from this week’s issue. Follow @newyorkercartoons for more #TNYcartoons. | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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Tom Petty, who died Monday, understood how to address the liminal, not-quite-discernible feelings that… read more
Tom Petty, who died Monday, understood how to address the liminal, not-quite-discernible feelings that a person might experience in her lifetime (that’s in addition to all the big, collapsing ones—your loves and losses and yearnings). He had an astute ear for the strangeness of just kicking around Earth—the way that agitation and anxiety can, on occasion, subsume a person for no good reason. Click the link in our bio to read more from Amanda Petrusich on the singer. Photograph by Richard E. Aaron/Redferns via Getty. | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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Last night, a gunman opened fire on an outdoor concert murdering more than fifty people and wounding… read more
Last night, a gunman opened fire on an outdoor concert murdering more than fifty people and wounding hundreds more. The word “wounded,” of course, fails to capture the extent of the maiming, just as the blank word “dead” fails to capture the dawning of grief for so many families. What we’re told by the entire power structure of American life is that there is nothing at all to be done, save to pray. But the facts remain facts. Gun control acts on gun violence the way antibiotics act on infections. Click the link in our bio to read Adam Gopnik on why there can be no truce with the Second Amendment. Photograph by Steve Marcus/Las Vegas Sun via Reuters. | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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This week's cover, "Party Rentals," by Bruce Eric Kaplan. #TNYcovers
This week's cover, "Party Rentals," by Bruce Eric Kaplan. #TNYcovers | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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Whether you know her as Cruella de Vil or Eleanor of Aquitaine, don't miss Glenn Close at this year's… read more
Whether you know her as Cruella de Vil or Eleanor of Aquitaine, don't miss Glenn Close at this year's New Yorker Festival, on October 6th. Click the link in our bio to buy tickets. | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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A cartoon by Danny Shanahan. #TNYcartoons
A cartoon by Danny Shanahan. #TNYcartoons | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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A cartoon by Barbara Smaller, from this week’s issue. Follow @newyorkercartoons for more #TNYcartoons.
A cartoon by Barbara Smaller, from this week’s issue. Follow @newyorkercartoons for more #TNYcartoons. | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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The first thing to say about La Morada, a little Oaxacan restaurant in the South Bronx, is that the food… read more
La Morada
The first thing to say about La Morada, a little Oaxacan restaurant in the South Bronx, is that the food is excellent. Natalia Mendez has been serving delicious examples of her native state’s cuisine in this heliotrope-painted room for almost a decade. A rainbow of moles—red, green, black, even white, delicately spiced with chiles and chocolate and cinnamon and pine nuts—are served over tender dark chicken meat, and have gained a legion of fans. And who could forget the tamales? Once you start, you want to try everything. Click the link in our bio to read the full review. Photograph by  @dollyfaibyshev for TNY. | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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@pablo.amargo illustrates some outfit-location pairings that are perfectly Instagramable.
@pablo.amargo illustrates some outfit-location pairings that are perfectly Instagramable. | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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@cathyland1's portrait series "Wait-And-See-Pudding with Patience Sauce" looks at the potential of geothermal… read more
@cathyland1's portrait series "Wait-And-See-Pudding with Patience Sauce" looks at the potential of geothermal energy on the small island of Nevis. This week, she took over our photo department's Instagram account to share images from the Caribbean, Mongolia, and across China. Follow @newyorkerphoto to see more. | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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A cartoon by @paulnoth, from this week's issue. Follow @newyorkercartoons for more #TNYcartoons.
A cartoon by @paulnoth, from this week's issue. Follow @newyorkercartoons for more #TNYcartoons. | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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@thejorgecolombo shared this start-to-finish video of his illustration for our review of Oscar Wilde… read more
@thejorgecolombo shared this start-to-finish video of his illustration for our review of Oscar Wilde Bar, on our art department's Instagram account. Follow @newyorkerart to see more. And read @stolincokes's Bar Tab at the link in our bio. | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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Every medium has its breakout star. For Instagram Stories, it's Busy Philipps, who has transformed her… read more
Every medium has its breakout star. For Instagram Stories, it's Busy Philipps, who has transformed her daily life as a struggling actor and L.A. mother into an addictive sitcom. Click the link in our bio to read more about why the star's stories are so beloved. Illustration by @emhaasch. | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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A cartoon by Bruce Eric Kaplan, from this week's issue. Follow @newyorkercartoons for more #TNYcartoons.
A cartoon by Bruce Eric Kaplan, from this week's issue. Follow @newyorkercartoons for more #TNYcartoons. | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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The rise of Cardi B is dizzying. Earlier this week, she became the first solo female rap act to top the… read more
The rise of Cardi B is dizzying. Earlier this week, she became the first solo female rap act to top the Billboard charts since Lauryn Hill in 1998. In her own way, she has made the Billboard rankings, an industry relic, of sorts, seem relevant, again. Click the link in our bio to read @doreenstfelix on one of the most dramatic music stories of the year. Photograph by Thaddaeus McAdams/WireImage/Getty. | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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Our staff writer Ben Taub is talking about his encounters with smugglers, jihadis, and spies on our Instagram… read more
Our staff writer Ben Taub is talking about his encounters with smugglers, jihadis, and spies on our Instagram stories. Check it out, and don't miss his full event at The New Yorker Festival, on October 7th. Click the link in our bio to buy tickets. #TNYfest | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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The scale of the recent devastation in Puerto Rico, after Hurricane Maria, has been slow to register… read more
Puerto Rico
The scale of the recent devastation in Puerto Rico, after Hurricane Maria, has been slow to register in the wider American imagination, partly because infrastructure damage has made communication difficult, if not often impossible. What Puerto Rico needs remains the question. It must be taken up as a priority by Congress, and generous federal assistance must be voted on soon. Every part of American society must respond, and that begins by paying attention. Click the link in our bio to read more. Photograph by Ricardo Arduengo/AFP/Getty. | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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The photographer @joshuawoods is sharing his images from Sicily on our photo department’s Instagram.… read more
The photographer @joshuawoods is sharing his images from Sicily on our photo department’s Instagram. He started off at Scala dei Turchi, on the coast of Realmonte, near Porto Empedocle, in southern Sicily. Follow @newyorkerphoto to see more. | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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While recording his self-titled solo album, Harry Styles unearthed an inner rock star—or, at least, buried… read more
While recording his self-titled solo album, Harry Styles unearthed an inner rock star—or, at least, buried his past as a member of the boy band One Direction. The result, released in May, was an impressive collection of ballads and bops that aspire to Prince and Bowie, whose shoes no one can be faulted for wanting to fill. He'll be at the Radio City Music Hall on Sept. 28. Photograph by Terence Patrick / CBS via Getty. | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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To celebrate a million fans on our cartoon account, we're highlighting stories from some of our cartoonists… read more
To celebrate a million fans on our cartoon account, we're highlighting stories from some of our cartoonists on the first time they made a cartoon sale to us. Head over to @newyorkercartoons to hear the story behind this cartoon by @j.a.k._ | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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The photographer Carolyn Drake set out for the U.S.-Mexico border just after Donald Trump won the Presidency.… read more
The photographer Carolyn Drake set out for the U.S.-Mexico border just after Donald Trump won the Presidency. “There are people in this country who want to protect themselves from what they perceive as the dangers of Mexico and Mexicans, and I wanted to see the place that felt like it needed protection,” she said. For two weeks, she drove from California to El Paso, taking pictures of the people, scenes, and landscapes she saw along the way. “I felt I could see America better from a little north of the border.” Click the link in our bio to see more. Photograph by @drakeycake. | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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Donald Trump’s invective toward N.F.L. players who kneel during the national anthem highlights the racially… read more
Donald Trump’s invective toward N.F.L. players who kneel during the national anthem highlights the racially charged demands facing black entertainers. His free-range lunacy shows that the last 60 years haven’t dimmed the dynamic confronted by any prominent black person tasked with entertaining millions of white ones. Click the link in our bio to read Jelani Cobb on how "ungrateful" is the new "uppity." Photograph by Michael Zagaris / San Francisco 49ers / Getty. | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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“Sitting on the stoop is such a New York thing,” @kadirnelson, the artist behind this week’s cover, "Generations,"… read more
“Sitting on the stoop is such a New York thing,” @kadirnelson, the artist behind this week’s cover, "Generations," says. He lives in Los Angeles but has fond memories of the Clinton Hill neighborhood of Brooklyn, from his days as a student at Pratt Institute. “Brownstones, stoops, leaves turning: that’s fall in New York, and I was also thinking about all the sweet moments I’ve had with my daughters.” #TNYcovers | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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Emily Mae Smith conjures Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres’s “Oedipus and the Sphinx” and a bewitched broom… read more
Emily Mae Smith conjures Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres’s “Oedipus and the Sphinx” and a bewitched broom from “Fantasia” in her superbly weird painting “The Riddle,” on view through October 29th at the Simone Subal Gallery. Courtesy @emaesmith and @simonesubalgallery. | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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A cartoon by Edward Steed, from this week’s issue. Follow @newyorkercartoons for more #TNYcartoons.
A cartoon by Edward Steed, from this week’s issue. Follow @newyorkercartoons for more #TNYcartoons. | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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A cartoon by @lianafinck, from this week’s issue. Follow @newyorkercartoons for more #TNYcartoons.
A cartoon by @lianafinck, from this week’s issue. Follow @newyorkercartoons for more #TNYcartoons. | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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The Dutch fashion designer Iris Van Herpen is considered one of the most innovative and consequential… read more
The Dutch fashion designer Iris Van Herpen is considered one of the most innovative and consequential fashion designers currently at work. Her designs unite the most forward-looking technology with artisanal craftsmanship. Think: a minidress that resembles a stylized skeleton and was 3-D-printed with a white synthetic polymer. That dress was acquired by the Metropolitan Museum in 2012—a fate befalling more and more of her designs that end up in museums. Read more about the avant-garde designer and her hi-tech couture at the link in our bio. Photograph by @carlavandeputtelaar for TNY. | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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Some fall style inspiration, as illustrated by @olimpiazagnoli.
Some fall style inspiration, as illustrated by @olimpiazagnoli. | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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Amaka Osakwe, the designer of the fashion line @maki.oh, is obsessed with the female form and seduction—subversive… read more
Amaka Osakwe, the designer of the fashion line @maki.oh, is obsessed with the female form and seduction—subversive interests for a Nigerian woman. Her clothes, for the clients who can afford them, are both armor and lingerie: intimidating but inviting, with unyielding lines and delicate materials. They reflect her sense that women in her country are constantly negotiating how tough or how soft to be in a patriarchal society. Click the link in our bio to read @aokeowo's story on West Africa's most daring designer. Photograph by @lakinogunbanwo for TNY. | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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A cartoon by Benjamin Schwartz, for the first day of fall. #TNYcartoons
A cartoon by Benjamin Schwartz, for the first day of fall. #TNYcartoons | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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“What if you could take Sephora and Coachella and smash it into one thing?” Moj Mahdara, the C.E.O. of… read more
“What if you could take Sephora and Coachella and smash it into one thing?” Moj Mahdara, the C.E.O. of Beautycon, says of the multicity cosmetics festival. The events are a surreal convergence of cosmetics, “influencers,” and a new generation of customer—where cosmetics are sold with the self-empowering language of Instagram. Click the link in our bio to see photos from Beautycon L.A., which drew some 20,000 attendees this year. Photograph by @evaoleary for TNY. | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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A cartoon by @drawnbytom, from this week’s issue. Follow @newyorkercartoons for more #TNYcartoons.
A cartoon by @drawnbytom, from this week’s issue. Follow @newyorkercartoons for more #TNYcartoons. | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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Riz Ahmed has joined The New Yorker Festival lineup. On October 6th, he’ll talk with @aokeowo about life… read more
Riz Ahmed has joined The New Yorker Festival lineup. On October 6th, he’ll talk with @aokeowo about life after "The Night Of." Click the link in our bio to buy tickets. #TNYfest | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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For MOMA’s first fashion exhibition since 1944, John Edmonds photographed his friends—young men and women… read more
MoMA The Museum of Modern Art
For MOMA’s first fashion exhibition since 1944, John Edmonds photographed his friends—young men and women of color— in clothes the museum has deemed among the past century’s most indispensable. By treating the clothing like it is as crucial to design as an apartment, or a car—the exhibit digs away at the idea of fashion, its surface charms, to ask the questions that trend doesn’t bother with, such as why we wear what we wear and how it affects not just the self but others. Click the link in our bio to read @hilton.als on “Items: Is Fashion Modern?” Photograph by @johncedmonds. Photo editor @siobhanbohnacker. | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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A cartoon by David Sipress, from this week's issue. Follow @newyorkercartoons for more #TNYcartoons.
A cartoon by David Sipress, from this week's issue. Follow @newyorkercartoons for more #TNYcartoons. | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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Russell Westbrook’s manner of dress is inextricable, on some level, from the way he acquits himself on… read more
Russell Westbrook’s manner of dress is inextricable, on some level, from the way he acquits himself on the court. In both arenas, he seems interested more in expression than rote utility, and is, in this way, more artist than competitor, more couturier than stylish pedestrian. The M.V.P.’s interest in fashion is an increasingly large part of his off-court profile—as his glossy new coffee-table book proves. Click the link in our bio to read Vinson Cunningham on “Style Drivers.” Photograph by Zach Beeker/OKC Thunder. | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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“Feathers are about seduction,” the plumassier Eric Charles-Donatien says. His work, creating feathered… read more
“Feathers are about seduction,” the plumassier Eric Charles-Donatien says. His work, creating feathered clothing and accessories for the fashion industry, is trickier than one would expect. The world is full of birds, but the loveliest ones are off limits, protected by international conventions against the trade in exotics. Even antique feathers can be used only in the occasional, one-of-a-kind piece, and then only if the client agrees never to take it out of the country. So Charles-Donatien haunts the flea markets and taxidermy shops of Paris, eyes peeled for a flash of feathers. Check out our Instagram Stories to see more. Photograph by @paridukovic. | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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Need an evening dress embellished with acrylic spikes? Or a top crafted from flame-burnished iron mesh?… read more
Need an evening dress embellished with acrylic spikes? Or a top crafted from flame-burnished iron mesh? Then Iris van Herpen is your go-to. Click the link in our bio to learn how the Dutch fashion designer combines 3-D printing and hand stitching to reimagine the possibilities of the human body. Photograph by @carlavandeputtelaar for TNY. | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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A cartoon by @slautow, from this week’s issue. Follow @newyorkercartoons for more #TNYcartoons.
A cartoon by @slautow, from this week’s issue. Follow @newyorkercartoons for more #TNYcartoons. | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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It's been ten years since "Gossip Girl" premièred on the CW. Remember Blair, Serena, and our “one and… read more
It's been ten years since "Gossip Girl" premièred on the CW. Remember Blair, Serena, and our “one and only source into the scandalous lives of Manhattan’s élite” with Nancy Franklin's review of the first season, from 2007. Link in bio. Photograph by AF archive/Alamy. #TNYarchive | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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Blood Orange has joined The New Yorker Festival lineup. On October 7th, he’ll talk with Hua Hsu, and… read more
Blood Orange has joined The New Yorker Festival lineup. On October 7th, he’ll talk with Hua Hsu, and give a solo performance. Get your tickets at the link in our bio. Video courtesy @devhynes. | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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Get your weekly art and design fix from our newest Instagram account. Follow @newyorkerart.
Get your weekly art and design fix from our newest Instagram account. Follow @newyorkerart. | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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While Rolling Stone began in a spirit of insurrection, it did not charge fearlessly unto the breach.… read more
While Rolling Stone began in a spirit of insurrection, it did not charge fearlessly unto the breach. In recent decades, many came to question the vigor and the relevance of its criticism. Now the co-founder and publisher Jann Wenner is selling his 51% stake in the company. Click the link in our bio to read Amanda Petrusich on the original shock of Rolling Stone. Source photographs by The Advertising Archives/Alamy and TheCoverVersion/Alamy. | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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A cartoon by @carolitajohnson, from this week's issue. Follow @newyorkercartoons for more #TNYcartoons.
A cartoon by @carolitajohnson, from this week's issue. Follow @newyorkercartoons for more #TNYcartoons. | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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"I once pulled up to the toll booth on the Golden Gate Bridge in thousand-dollar leather pants and not… read more
"I once pulled up to the toll booth on the Golden Gate Bridge in thousand-dollar leather pants and not enough money for the toll,” @gaylekabaker says, recounting how her love of style sometimes overshadows life’s practicalities. The fashion illustrator and artist behind the cover of our Style Issue, "Falling Beauty," has since left city life for the “boonies of Western Massachusetts,” but her interest in fashion remains constant. #TNYcovers | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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A cartoon by @joedator, from this week’s issue. Follow @newyorkercartoons for more #TNYcartoons.
A cartoon by @joedator, from this week’s issue. Follow @newyorkercartoons for more #TNYcartoons. | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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Don’t miss Tracee Ellis Ross in conversation with Doreen St. Félix, on October 8th, at The New Yorker… read more
Don’t miss Tracee Ellis Ross in conversation with Doreen St. Félix, on October 8th, at The New Yorker Festival. Click the link in our bio for tickets. #TNYfest | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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Last month, an enormous salmon farm off Cypress Island in Washington State spilled tens of thousands… read more
Cypress Island
Last month, an enormous salmon farm off Cypress Island in Washington State spilled tens of thousands of Atlantic salmon into Puget Sound. Luckily, Lummi Nation fishermen promptly took their boats to the site and cast their nets, seining hundreds of disoriented escapees, who could have otherwise threatened native king, silver, and chum salmon. Click the link in our bio to read more about the incident and the environmental perils of fish farming. Photograph by Brandon Sawaya/SOULCRAFT ALLSTARS. | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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A cartoon by Roz Chast, from this week’s issue. Follow @newyorkercartoons for more #TNYcartoons.
A cartoon by Roz Chast, from this week’s issue. Follow @newyorkercartoons for more #TNYcartoons. | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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For a long time, it has been hard to love the man once known (and now known again) as Cat Stevens. He… read more
For a long time, it has been hard to love the man once known (and now known again) as Cat Stevens. He formally retired from the music world in 1978, changing his name to Yusuf Islam, and disowning his previous artistic output—a confusing, dispiriting slap in the face to those it once meant a great deal to. Then, in 2006, came “An Other Cup,” his first album of commercial music in twenty-eight years. How welcome it was to hear that voice with that guitar again, after all those years. Click the link in our bio to read about the unlikely return of Cat Stevens, who releases a new album this week. Photograph by Matt Writtle/ eyevine/Redux. | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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A cloudy day, as illustrated by Philippe Petit-Roulet.
A cloudy day, as illustrated by Philippe Petit-Roulet. | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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A cartoon by @paulnoth, from this week’s issue. Follow @newyorkercartoons for more #TNYcartoons.
A cartoon by @paulnoth, from this week’s issue. Follow @newyorkercartoons for more #TNYcartoons. | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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Earlier this morning, NASA’s spacecraft Cassini plunged to its death in Saturn’s atmosphere. Its mission,… read more
Earlier this morning, NASA’s spacecraft Cassini plunged to its death in Saturn’s atmosphere. Its mission, which began in 1997, has made numerous major discoveries, many involving that planet's trademark rings. Saturn has another sixty-one moons besides, and these have provided Cassini’s most tantalizing surprises. Click the link in our bio to read Alan Burdick on what the spacecraft has taught us in the past twenty years. | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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For more than a decade, Matthew Pillsbury has been photographing city scenes using long exposures, a… read more
For more than a decade, Matthew Pillsbury has been photographing city scenes using long exposures, a process that turns his environs, whether a cherry-blossom-filled park in Tokyo or the High Line in New York City, into opalescent blurs of light and movement. For his latest exhibition, which opened yesterday in Chelsea, he says he was interested in “how we maneuver the pathways in between the political chaos.” Click the link in our bio to see more of his work. Photograph by @screenlives. | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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A cartoon by @willmcphail4, from this week's issue. Follow @newyorkercartoons for more #TNYcartoons.
A cartoon by @willmcphail4, from this week's issue. Follow @newyorkercartoons for more #TNYcartoons. | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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Father John Misty’s music and his persona are at entrancing odds. The former is chillingly poignant and… read more
Father John Misty’s music and his persona are at entrancing odds. The former is chillingly poignant and aching in tone: Randy Newman meets John Lennon meets Tupac. The latter is cocksure, scrambled, alternately enraged and uninterested: Eric Cartman meets Charles Manson meets Dash Snow. Before he plays at Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, New York, tonight, read Nick Paumgarten’s Profile of the artist at the link in our bio. Photograph by @paridukovic for TNY. | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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A cartoon by @j.a.k._, from this week’s issue. Follow @newyorkercartoons for more #TNYcartoons.
A cartoon by @j.a.k._, from this week’s issue. Follow @newyorkercartoons for more #TNYcartoons. | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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This would have been our post-election cover if Hillary Clinton had won the Presidency. On Election Night,… read more
This would have been our post-election cover if Hillary Clinton had won the Presidency. On Election Night, she expected to give a victory speech. Instead, the next morning, before hundreds of shocked, weeping staffers, she made her way through a hastily drafted message of endurance and gratitude. As she and Bill Clinton were driven away in their car, she was hollowed out, unable to speak, struggling to breathe: “At every step I felt that I had let everyone down. Because I had.” Click the link in our bio to read David Remnick's interview with the former Presidential candidate. Cover by @malikafavre. | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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Is something missing from your life—possibly involving valets, brooding, and the Spanish influenza? Consider… read more
Lillie's Victorian
Is something missing from your life—possibly involving valets, brooding, and the Spanish influenza? Consider filling the void left by “Downton Abbey” with “Time and the Conways.” The Countess of Grantham herself, Elizabeth McGovern, will star in a the revival of J. B. Priestley’s 1937 drama, which charts the changing fortunes of a wealthy Yorkshire clan from 1919 to the thirties and back again. Previews begin tomorrow at the American Airlines Theatre. Photograph by @dedecim for TNY. | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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A cartoon by @eflakeagogo, from this week’s issue. Follow @newyorkercartoons for more #TNYcartoons.
A cartoon by @eflakeagogo, from this week’s issue. Follow @newyorkercartoons for more #TNYcartoons. | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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“I didn’t get the most positive reaction from actual Georgians,” Netty Davit’ashvili, the owner of Cheeseboat,… read more
Cheeseboat
“I didn’t get the most positive reaction from actual Georgians,” Netty Davit’ashvili, the owner of Cheeseboat, said of the restaurant’s name. It’s based on the shape of Georgia’s national dish, actually called khachapuri. The kitchen—headed by Netty’s mother—has reimagined the centuries-old recipe baking in a slew of new ingredients: spinach, beetroot, prosciutto, lobster, house-made truffle butter. Click the link in our bio for the full review of the Williamsburg bistro. Photograph by @amylombard for TNY. | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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The latest work of the French artist JR, an enormous portrait of Kikito, a smiling toddler, now peers… read more
The latest work of the French artist JR, an enormous portrait of Kikito, a smiling toddler, now peers over the border wall in Tecate, an hour southeast of San Diego. By pasting the child’s portrait onto a special scaffolding placed just behind the border fence with California, the little boy seems to be peering over the slatted fence as if from inside a crib, getting ready to crawl toward something that’s caught his interest. Click the link in our bio to read more. Photograph by John Francis Peters/NYT via Redux. | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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A cartoon by @maddiedai, from this week's issue. Follow @newyorkercartoons for more #TNYcartoons.
A cartoon by @maddiedai, from this week's issue. Follow @newyorkercartoons for more #TNYcartoons. | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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Kumail Nanjiani, Hasan Minhaj, Tracee Ellis Ross, George Saunders, and Naomi Klein will all be at The… read more
New York, New York
Kumail Nanjiani, Hasan Minhaj, Tracee Ellis Ross, George Saunders, and Naomi Klein will all be at The New Yorker Festival. Will you? Get your tickets today at the link in our bio. #TNYfest | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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Sixteen years later, a look back at our cover, “9/11/2001.” #TNYcovers
Sixteen years later, a look back at our cover, “9/11/2001.” #TNYcovers | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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A cartoon by David Borchart. #TNYcartoons
A cartoon by David Borchart. #TNYcartoons | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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The moth doesn’t enjoy the same charmed reputation as its lepidopteran cousin, the butterfly. They're… read more
The moth doesn’t enjoy the same charmed reputation as its lepidopteran cousin, the butterfly. They're usually dismissed as pests, waging war on our sweaters when they’re not dive-bombing the lights. But with his kaleidoscopic project “Mariposas Nocturnas,” the photographer Emmet Gowin transforms the apparently lowly subject into riveting art. He photographed more than a thousand species on visits to Bolivia, Brazil, Ecuador, French Guiana, and Panama, in the company of entomologists. Click the link in our bio for a closer look at each one of these. Photograph by  Emmet Gowin. | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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A cartoon by @willmcphail4, from this week’s issue. Follow @newyorkercartoons for more #TNYcartoons.
A cartoon by @willmcphail4, from this week’s issue. Follow @newyorkercartoons for more #TNYcartoons. | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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“Sometimes I feel like my singing voice is coming from them,” Káryyn says of her ancestors. From a young… read more
“Sometimes I feel like my singing voice is coming from them,” Káryyn says of her ancestors. From a young age, the Syrian-American artist understood that a legacy of misfortune haunted her family. And it’s their history of perseverance and strife that informs the supernatural and ancient sound of her music. Click the link in our bio to read @pitchfork's story about Káryyn’s curiously powerful experimental pop. Photograph by @annadobos. | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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Who here is the proud owner of a houseplant? Illustrations by @antonyhuchette.
Who here is the proud owner of a houseplant? Illustrations by @antonyhuchette. | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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A cartoon by Victoria Roberts. #TNYcartoons
A cartoon by Victoria Roberts. #TNYcartoons | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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This week, @womenphotograph took over our photo department’s account to share work from female and non-binary… read more
This week, @womenphotograph took over our photo department’s account to share work from female and non-binary visual journalists, including the Australian photographer @raphaelarosella. Follow @newyorkerphoto to see more. | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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An early look at next week's cover, "Warhead," by Eric Drooker. "I tried to capture the mystery—and the… read more
An early look at next week's cover, "Warhead," by Eric Drooker. "I tried to capture the mystery—and the deep anxiety—of the moment,” he says of Kim Jong Un, who is the subject of a new story by Evan Osnos about North Korea. Click the link in our bio to read it. #TNYcovers | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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A cartoon by Kaamran Hafeez. #TNYcartoons
A cartoon by Kaamran Hafeez. #TNYcartoons | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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Del the Funky Homosapien is one of rap’s last true enigmas. After writing for the rapper Ice Cube (his… read more
Del the Funky Homosapien is one of rap’s last true enigmas. After writing for the rapper Ice Cube (his cousin), in 1990, he sketched his own wacky slacker style as an alternative to big-budget sounds, perfected on the blissed-out verses he lent to the Gorillaz for their 2001 trip-hop hit, “Clint Eastwood.” The Oakland cult hero has since led an unhurried career of cherished offshoot projects and sporadic appearances. He materializes at Brooklyn Bowl on September 12, before floating off again. Photograph by @mahaney_mark for TNY. | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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According to the N.Y.C. health code, “wild” animals cannot legally be kept by private owners in the city… read more
According to the N.Y.C. health code, “wild” animals cannot legally be kept by private owners in the city without a special permit. But that doesn’t stop people from keeping them. Raja may look like regular house cat on a back-yard porch, but this diabetic savannah cat is lean, spotted, and big enough to slay your neighbor’s poodle. Click the link in our bio to see more images of the exotic pets of N.Y.C. ?? Photograph by @matias.wo. | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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Korean pop music—characterized by visual outrageousness, factory-made superstars, and sounds and styles… read more
Korean pop music—characterized by visual outrageousness, factory-made superstars, and sounds and styles that reflect Western pop like a fun-house mirror—became widely known to Americans after the world-conquering success of “Gangnam Style.” Now, it hits Off Broadway, in @arsnovanyc’s “KPOP,” a new immersive theatre piece. Photograph by @mjasik for TNY. | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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A cartoon by @drawnbytom, from this week's issue. Follow @newyorkercartoons for more #TNYcartoons.
A cartoon by @drawnbytom, from this week's issue. Follow @newyorkercartoons for more #TNYcartoons. | © instagram.com/newyorkermag
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The twenty-year-old rapper cupcakKe, born Elizabeth Eden Harris, delights in the freedom of being a self-released,… read more
The twenty-year-old rapper cupcakKe, born Elizabeth Eden Harris, delights in the freedom of being a self-released, independent artist on the Internet. Her music is teeming with pornographic vernacular that is rarely heard or seen among more mainstream artists. But, like Lil’ Kim twenty years ago, it's mainly preoccupied with the subject of vulnerability. Click the link in our bio to read more about @cupcakkeafreakk. Photograph courtesy YouTube. | © instagram.com/newyorkermag