Parker Day is a Los Angeles based artist whose work explores identity and the masks we wear. Her focus is on fictionalized portraiture shot in studio on 35mm film.
Student debt is often seen as a burden, but there’s a hidden flipside that few people acknowledge.
Part online fashion store, part philanthropic organization, and part vehicle for its founder’s own personal development, Maryana Bilski’s BunnyJack is a unique NYC-based enterprise with a backstory nearly as curious as its name.
For many with student loan debt, the American Dream isn’t what it’s cracked up to be.
Founded in 2012, The New York Toy Collective was born out of two queer womens’ quest for the perfect dildo.
For many professional women, managing finances seems like an uphill battle. Here’s how to do it right.
Elizabeth Karp-Evans is a writer and editor living in New York. Her latest endeavor is Pacific, a design and publishing studio founded with Adam Turnbull.
Ever wondered what it would be like to study whatever you want? A free education makes that possible.
While “fast fashion” is partly to blame for the poor working conditions experienced by female garment workers, women are also the ones pioneering the sustainable fashion alternative.
Health tracking apps for women are on the rise, like Ida Tin’s “Clue,” an app that allows women to track their periods.
LearnVest Founder Alexa von Tobel on economic security and the psychology of money.
Kelly Reichardt’s indie film “Wendy and Lucy” stars Michelle Williams as Wendy, a young woman on the search for a better life with her only friend, a dog named Lucy.
Sarah Gerard’s collection of essays is part-memoir, part-investigative journalism about the darker sides of Floridian life.
What Randi Delano discovered was life-changing. Traveling on a dime was easier and actually cheaper than her life in New York—so much so that she was able to turn travelling into her full-time job.