Tiffany is a New York-based writer and editor whose work has appeared in Surface, Wallpaper*, Acne Paper, Art Review, Paper and Nylon, among others. Most recently, she was part of the Victoria & Albert Museum’s curatorial team that produced the 2011 exhibition, “Postmodernism: Style and Subversion 1970–1990.”
Posts written by Tiffany Jow
Part Alexander McQueen and part tech geek, Iris van Herpen’s futuristic frocks are making waves in the fashion world. Comprised of Plexiglass, leather, synthetic boat rigging, copper, and other outlandish materials, the Dutch designer pumps out show-stoppers that incorporate everything from 3D-printed wood to cascades of Medusa-like coils.
The fact that I didn’t have cable growing up in the ’80s didn’t stop MTV from pervading my world with its panache. These days, desperate to build a similar profile in the minds of Millennials, the network plans to juxtapose episodes of Jersey Shore and I Just Want My Pants Back with its revolutionary roots by bringing back Art Breaks.