Susannah Cohen is a journalist from London and Providence, Rhode Island (via San Francisco), who writes about fashion, beauty and wellness.
Workwear as regular clothing is now a thing.
Someone you know owns a Bowie t-shirt. It's (kind of) a fact.
Can a college senior’s start-up spark an epistolary renaissance?
Need somewhere to stash your pup while buying groceries? Brooklyn-based startup DogSpot is making that increasingly more possible with its rentable kennels.
When Ria Sim got sick, she found a whole new direction thanks to coffee, miniatures, and stop-motion.
Belle de Nuit’s bespoke and risqué lingerie promotes inclusive sizing — and respect for sex workers.
Sometimes our bodies physically cling on to things, and when we expel them years later, it can be cathartic (and a little gross).
Sadly, you can’t actually buy it. The high-tech mini was just a campaign for a 200-year-old beverage company.
The joys of having random stuff delivered to your home every month.
Why beauty fans around the world are shelling out money for used makeup products.
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