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COOKIE MUELLER RETURNS

Cookie, NYC, c. 1981 (Ileane Meltzner)

Cookie Mueller must come back. Star of an underground art circuit that insisted, and still insists, that bad taste is the only taste worth having, Mueller was an actress, muse, writer, and performer whose presence—on screen or off—blew through the banal manners of normsy America with apostate daring. Her rebellious spirit is attested for in […]

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TEXT BY ANDREW DURBIN

Document F/W 2014 Out Now

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Document No. 5 is a special issue, the marker of our second anniversary. We’ve asked our amazing contributors to celebrate the journey we’ve been sharing together with our readers. Instead of giving answers, they initiated a process that has made us even more curious: that of generating eternal questions about existence. Beauty and creativity are […]

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Exclusive Excerpt—“Track Star” by Andrew Durbin

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Andrew Durbin’s new book Mature Themes freely shifts between deep thoughts on the film Clueless or pop star Katy Perry to discussions on the theorist Paul Virilio, police brutality or AIDS–all interwoven with recollections from Durbin’s life (and those of others) in Los Angeles and New York City. In Track Star, the ninth poem of the book, […]

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Introduction by Drew Sawyer    Illustration by Elyanna Blaser-Gould

Modelogue: Georgia Hilmer’s Fashion Month, Part Six

I love Instagram, but I also shoot film using a Yashica T4 that I got for my birthday last year. I took millions of faux-Polaroids with a Fuji Instax when I started modeling, and now I’ve graduated to 35mm. Discovering how my eye and aesthetic differ depending on the camera I use—film or digital, processed or iPhone—has been […]
PHOTOGRAPHS and TEXT BY Georgia Hilmer

Modelogue: Georgia Hilmer’s Fashion Month, Part Five

I love Instagram, but I also shoot film using a Yashica T4 that I got for my birthday last year. I took millions of faux-Polaroids with a Fuji Instax when I started modeling, and now I’ve graduated to 35mm. Discovering how my eye and aesthetic differ depending on the camera I use—film or digital, processed or iPhone—has been […]
PHOTOGRAPHS and TEXT BY Georgia Hilmer
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