Category Archives: Cheryl Klein

Story as Object, Object as Story: Judging Marc Jacobs’ Bookmarc by Its Covers

According to Goodreads, I read 41 books last year. You would think I spent a fair amount of time in bookstores. But the more “professionalized” my reading and writing life becomes (I’m using quotation marks because the total income from

Story as Object, Object as Story: Judging Marc Jacobs’ Bookmarc by Its Covers

According to Goodreads, I read 41 books last year. You would think I spent a fair amount of time in bookstores. But the more “professionalized” my reading and writing life becomes (I’m using quotation marks because the total income from

How to Dress Cheap Without Looking Cheap (Unless That’s What You’re Going For)

I fantasize about being like that guy Adam mentioned in this post, the one with only 10 items of clothing, all heirloom quality and deeply meaningful. Pieces my children will someday write personal essays about for the Nostalgia column in

How to Dress Cheap Without Looking Cheap (Unless That’s What You’re Going For)

I fantasize about being like that guy Adam mentioned in this post, the one with only 10 items of clothing, all heirloom quality and deeply meaningful. Pieces my children will someday write personal essays about for the Nostalgia column in

Possibility in a Prom Dress: Cheryl Klein Covers an Incredible HS Fashion Show

Whenever I’m feeling down, visiting the 18-year-old whom I sporadically mentor is always a great pick-me-up. Her life completely changes every couple of weeks, which is in part because she comes from the kind of community and family that land

Possibility in a Prom Dress: Cheryl Klein Covers an Incredible HS Fashion Show

Whenever I’m feeling down, visiting the 18-year-old whom I sporadically mentor is always a great pick-me-up. Her life completely changes every couple of weeks, which is in part because she comes from the kind of community and family that land

Beyond Beach Tundra: Clothes for Many Climates

At the risk of exposing myself as the Michelle Tea fangirl that I am, I remember a chapter in one of her books (The Chelsea Whistle, I think?) in which she described reading fashion magazines at a boring receptionist gig,

Beyond Beach Tundra: Clothes for Many Climates

At the risk of exposing myself as the Michelle Tea fangirl that I am, I remember a chapter in one of her books (The Chelsea Whistle, I think?) in which she described reading fashion magazines at a boring receptionist gig,