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Marisa Meltzer

  1. book excerpt
    An Everywoman and Her BodyI live in a world of thin people. I interview the famously thin. I know their habits, but I’m also aware that I am not one of them.
  2. business
    The Rise of the Resistance SocialiteFor a new wave of boutique fashion brands, radical chic has met the girlboss.
  3. not for me
    Meet the UnfluencersNotes on the people ruining vacations, golden lattes, and wide-leg pants everywhere.
  4. spring 2019 fashion issue
    Barbie’s Finally Found Her True Calling: InfluencerIt’s a perfect career for the eternal teenager with an ever-evolving wardrobe and enviable hair.
  5. modest proposals
    Forget Body Positivity: How About Body Neutrality?Self-love can be a lot to ask.
  6. writers
    Tama Janowitz Is No Longer a Slave of New YorkChecking in with the writer on the occasion of her new memoir.
  7. swellness
    Why Wellness Is the New Way to Look, Feel, and Act RichGreen juice, fancy leggings, acupuncture, and cleanses are all part of the new luxury lifestyle.
  8. i'm yelling tinder
    Tinder Is the New Lonely PlanetSwipe right for free tour guides. 
  9. dating apps
    Why Are Your Married Friends So Into Tinder?It’s a combination of yenta impulses and FOMO.
  10. encounter
    Talking Gluten-Free Living, and Other Cults, With Brit MarlingThe I Origins star plays smart in just about all her roles.
  11. chat room
    Gia Coppola on Palo Alto and the Family NameThe granddaughter of Francis Ford and niece of Sofia helms the theatrical adaptation of James Franco’s book of short stories.
  12. internet fame
    Zoella on Being ‘Queen of Haul Vloggers,’ Her Teenage Fans, and MoreThe haul video is the girly answer to the tech world’s unboxing videos.
  13. lies we've told
    I Said My Dad Had a Heart Attack — Then I Went ShoppingConfess a lie.
  14. Is This Book Worth Getting?A no-frills guide to the new biographies-and-letters shelf.
  15. Super-Applicants Super-UpdateThey did super-duper.
  16. The Swarm of the Super-ApplicantsIvy League mania has created a generation of high-school kids so overqualified it’s a wonder they even need college. But will they get in?