Evolution of Beauty

The 4,950 years of red lipstick

by Emily Gordin


Coming of Age: Joan Didion

The Spirit of Youth

by Kaylee Warren


The New Age Fashion Critic

Meet the new fashion police, @DietPrada

By Alexa Epstein


MAGAZINE MAINSTAY

The magazine industry turnover

BY EMBODIED WRITERS


A Change of Heart

The art world reacts to political unrest

By Theri Anderson


RAF, ALESSANDRO & THE FUTURE OF FASHION

“Fashion and modernity, as the expressions of elementary progress, need the past as (re)source and point of reference, only to plunder and transform it with an insatiable appetite for advance.” - Urlich Lehmann

 by Joseph Weinger


A GENDER, DIVIDED

What the Election Tells Us About the Division of Women

 by Zoe PiSierra


AN AFTERNOON WITH JANE

Tribeca Film Festival co-founder Jane Rosenthal sits down with Embodied's Editor-in-Chief to discuss women in film, funding for the arts, and fifteen years at the helm of Manhattan's greatest movie-going extravaganza.

BY JAKE NEVINS


before & after

by Nathaniel Nelson



LONG LIVE LOLITA

Vladimir Nabokov's masterful, controversial novel turns 60.

BY ANIKA JHALANI


FIVE HUNDRED TWENTY-FIVE thousand six HUNDRED MINUTES

Twenty years after its premiere, Rent remains a tour de force. We examine its groundbreaking impact on the theater world and its continued influence on thespians, New Yorkers and its loyal legions of fans.

Michael Zalta