I’m currently a senior fashion writer for The Cut at New York magazine, where I’ve worked since 2017.
I wrote about how The RealReal is a total mess and I can’t quit it for New York‘s fall 2022 fashion issue.
I wrote about Anna Wintour’s shocking “go-to” lunch for Grub Street.
I started a shopping advice column for the Cut called “Fashion Friend.”
I wrote about how the hottest thing in fashion is working in tech for New York‘s fall 2021 fashion issue.
I had an additional reporting byline on Stella Bugbee’s “Zizmorcore” cover story for New York‘s spring 2021 fashion issue, and worked on an accompanying roundup of the city’s most-worn, and most-coveted memorabilia.
I profiled “Gen Z’s It-boy,” Luka Sabbat for New York‘s spring 2019 fashion issue.
I went all the way to a lavender field in France to profile Jacquemus for New York‘s fall 2019 fashion issue.
I wrote the first feature story on Lil Miquela, an influencer with over a million followers — who isn’t real — for New York 2018 tech issue.
I coined the term “Hype Corridor” for New York in January 2018.
I’ve spent a lot of time thinking about Going Out Tops.
I flew to Los Angeles to talk to Justin Bieber’s stylist for New York‘s fall 2018 fashion issue.
I once got Tommy Hilfiger and the designers of Eckhaus Latta in the same room.
I also write about stuff besides fashion, too. I talked to New York’s most legendary bouncer for Grub Street. I reported a piece for New York about everyone saying they want to “eat the rich” on dating apps. I was one of the first to profile the “unhinged observers” of The Drunken Canal.
If you want to read everything I’ve ever written, (which you shouldn’t), here you go.