The Post-Pandemic Dress Code | The New Yorker



Atul Gawande and Siddhartha Mukherjee discuss the state of the pandemic: with more than a hundred million Americans vaccinated, the nation is at a turning point, while India and other nations are overwhelmed by yet another devastating wave. Richard Thompson Ford, a legal scholar who also studies the politics of dress codes, explores the symbolic value of what we wear to the office. And we visit the Metropolitan Museum with the critic Hilton Als. Als celebrates the work of Alice Neel, whose portraits of a multicultural city put her decades ahead of her time.

Atul Gawande and Siddhartha Mukherjee on the State of the Pandemic

With a hundred million Americans vaccinated, the nation is at a turning point, while India and other nations are overwhelmed by yet another devastating wave.


The Post-Pandemic Dress Code

The scholar Richard Thompson Ford argues that the symbolic value of what we wear should never be underestimated.


Hilton Als on Alice Neel and Her People

A critical appreciation of the painter, best known as a portraitist, who was decades ahead of her time.


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