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Aaand, we're dead.
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In Bensonhurst, young Muslims stunt in vivid thobes and Prada sneakers.
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"Judgemental Cunt" and "Wedding Tux"
Old habits die hard.
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Advice from The FADER's former editor-in-chief on how to lead creative people, and make a magazine that's both uncompromising and accessible.
During the 2000s, former creative director Phil Bicker helped define the look and feel of The FADER. He explains how he did it then, and why things are changing again now.
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