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Matthew Schneier Leaves the New York Times for The Cut
New York Magazine EIC David Haskell and The Cut president and EIC Stella Bugbee announced today that Matthew Schneier is joining New York as a features writer. Since 2014, Schneier has been a reporter and staff writer for the New York Times Styles desk. “I’ve had my eye on Matthew for years, since his days writing for Style.com,” said Bugbee. “He has a great sense of humor and a deep knowledge of the way the industry works.”
“Matthew’s got the reporting skills of a first-rate newspaper journalist, along with a keen, witty, curious voice that’s made for magazines,” said Haskell. “Ours in particular — he’s a lifelong New Yorker who sees the world in New York stories.” Schneier begins his role June 10.
Chemicals In Beauty Products Might be Making You Sick (The Guardian)
As allergies, infertility, and certain types of cancers are on the rise, health advocates are questioning the role beauty products play in our health. In the US, the beauty and self care industries are self-regulated and while “known and suspected carcinogens” are often found in everyday items, the FDA has only banned nine chemicals from use since the 1930s. “It’s unfortunate that we have to be seeing these health impacts in our society before we make changes,” Nneka Leiba, director of healthy living science at the Environmental Working Group, told The Guardian. “How many people had to die before we realized that smoking actually causes cancer?”
Cuyana Releases a Big Little Lies Capsule Collection
Cuyana has teamed up with Outdoor Voices and Lizzie Fortunato to create a Big Little Lies-inspired capsule collection for The Wing. The collection is available now on The Wing’s website, and at its Soho and Weho locations. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the nonprofit organization National Network to End Domestic Violence.
Missoni Gets “Crazy” For New Surface Conversion Installment
Earlier this week, Missoni held a party at its Madison Avenue flagship boutique to celebrate the latest installment in its art series, Surface Conversion. I Feel So Crazy is a collaboration by artists and performers Raúl de Nieves and Jessie Stead, who performed at the party with their art band, Hairbone.
Krost Celebrates Second Semester Collection
Earlier this week, Samuel Krost debuted his new collection at the brand’s pop-up shop at 158 Mercer St. The collection benefits anti-gun violence (Krost is the first-ever partner of the March for Our Lives Foundation). Guests including G-Eazy, Grace Elizabeth, and Danielle Bernstein enjoyed spirits by Jaja tequila and music by DJ Pete Butta.