Natasha Stagg

What was the style of the 80s?

 Rodney Graham Halcion Sleep (1994)

Rodney Graham
Halcion Sleep (video, 1994)

A Summer Chronicle, part 10: NATASHA STAGG on riding in the passenger seat

Photo: Chris Filippini

A Summer Chronicle, part 9: NATASHA STAGG goes to Europe and deliberates the demands and kindnesses of strangers

A Summer Chronicle, part 8. NATASHA STAGG on #paypiggies, #walletrapes, and turning the bank account into a sex organ

 Scene from BUtterfield 8 

Scene from BUtterfield 8 (1960)

A Summer Chronicle, part 7. NATASHA STAGG writes about writing this column, and about sex

 Cindy Sherman

Cindy Sherman

A Summer Chronicle, part 6. NATASHA STAGG on the pressure to keep up with body trends, makeup masks in the sheets, and why we need to to stop talking about going to the gym

A Summer Chronicle, part 5. NATASHA STAGG on the conflicting worlds of the art scene and her garbage man boyfriend, and the economies of attraction between writers and fans

 Mierele Laderman Ukeles Touch Sanitation Performance  (1979-1980) Courtesy Ronald Feldman Fine Arts

Mierele Laderman Ukeles
Touch Sanitation Performance (1979-1980)

Courtesy Ronald Feldman Fine Arts

A Summer Chronicle, part 4. NATASHA STAGG writes about dating a New York City garbage man

 Photo: Natasha Stagg

Photo: Natasha Stagg

A Summer Chronicle, part 3. NATASHA STAGG writes about a polarizing friend, Kylie Jenner and her favorite party.

 Etching by B. Picart, 1713, after C. Le Brun

Etching by B. Picart, 1713, after C. Le Brun

A Summer Chronicle, part 2. NATASHA STAGG writes about the consuming nature of jealousy and her greatest rival

A Summer Chronicle, part 1. NATASHA STAGG goes to Paris and writes about impressing men, hating her friends and the concept of what it is to deserve.

New York Fashion Week. By Natasha Stagg

Micro-Influencing by Natasha Stagg

A Summer Chronicle, part 10: Natasha Stagg's final summer report

A Summer Chronicle, part 9: Natasha Stagg about men, man-splaining and New York's (nonexistent) literati

A Summer Chronicle, part 8: Natasha Stagg about Trump's irreversible damage, "manic" heart racing and a not so happy Chris Kraus

 George W. Bush

A Summer Chronicle, part 7: Natasha Stagg about pre-post-truth innocence and George W. Bush at the gym

A Summer Chronicle, part 6: Natasha Stagg about a Nine Inch Nails concert, VIP areas at music festivals, and her life

A Summer Chronicle, part 5: Natasha Stagg attends a wedding and meets her idol, everything else is shit

 Photo: Deborah Turbeille for Vogue (May 1975)

Photo: Deborah Turbeille for Vogue (May 1975)

A Summer Chronicle, part 4: Natasha Stagg on castings, consultancies and Cody Critcheloe

 Still from  Arthur  (1981)

Still from Arthur (1981)

A Summer Chronicle, part 3: Natasha Stagg observes the day to day life of New York's Upper East Side while sitting in a coffee shop offering 26$ wedge salads

 Cover of Vogue in June 1932

Cover of the June 1932 Vogue (detail)

A Summer Chronicle, part 2: Natasha Stagg writes about working in the fashion-magazine world and loneliness on Independence Day

A Summer Chronicle, part 1. Natasha Stagg writes about families, fantasies, and flying