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Love is a many-splendored thing, especially when you’re gawking at it from the outside. In this column, we’ll be examining the celebrity couples—or, occasionally, good friends—that give us hope for our own romantic futures and trying to learn what we can from their well-documented bonds. Listen: As a gay woman, I have what I think is a more-than-cursory understanding of how annoying it is when people simply insist that you must be in love with your BFF. (Also, straight people, stop setting us up! We will let you know if you have any friends we think are hot, we promise!) That said, I am one of the many who remain baffled by the bond between longtime besties Mindy Kaling and B.J. Novak because…come on, how could they not be in love?
It will be many years before we understand the implications of the decontextualization of images enabled by social media, but like fashion, these new means of communication place an emphasis on surfaces. Earlier this week, Demna announced that as “fashion is a visual art” he felt no need to verbalize his work. Still, models slogging through the mud did more than paint a picture, they evoked an exodus and raised questions about consumerism and what we value. For all of its sparkle and let-them-eat-cake deliciousness, All-In manages to get beyond surfaces. The idea of working with existing materials (mostly, since the shoes will go into production), is to acknowledge a responsibility to the environment and the future. And upcycling requires solution-based design. There was a lot of tactility and ingenuity in this collection: Look at how vintage denim was transformed by an overlay of black lace; how the sleeves of a dress turned upside-down created the effect of a handkerchief hem; how a towel assumed a Grecian drape. The way the clothes were assembled took the work beyond surfaces, putting the emphasis on transformation. “By decontextualizing clothing and removing some of the signifiers that we felt the garment already had, we allow new identities and new styles to enter it,” said Barron. If that’s an invitation, we’ll be RSVP’ing yes, thank you very much.
When I was 14, I was an ardent follower of Kaling’s now defunct blog Things I’ve Bought That I Love, which was, in many ways, the O.G. Strategist. Real ones know; basically, Kaling and a tag team of her comedy-writer friends recommended everything from perfume to karaoke machines to food dehydrators, but it felt charming, not #sponcon-y, especially since Kaling was mostly known for writing and appearing on The Office at the time. This brings us right back to B.J., whom Kaling met in the Office writers room and began dating on and off, which seems to have given way to a beautiful friendship. When I was a teenage girl, all I wanted to be was an L.A. comedy writer, and Kaling was my blueprint. It seemed like she got to shop and crack jokes and have fun with her best friends all day, and honestly I had a bit of a preteen crush on Novak in his role as Prototypical Bad Boyfriend Ryan Howard on The Office. The idea of hanging out in a room well stocked with snacks and trying to make him laugh for a living definitely appealed to me.
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