by Kelly Schmader & Nika Knight

Reading a Book by its Cover

If you spent a childhood wishing each birthday for a daemon of your own and still, to this day, associate the aurora borealis and the I Ching with Dust, this month’s guide to readerly fashion is for you.

Reading a Book by its Cover

The veil is at its thinnest. Let’s dress like a character from a Stephen King book, and tempt the spirits.

Reading a Book by its Cover

Fashion inspired by John Irving’s best novels.

Reading a Book by its Cover

A fashion guide inspired by ruined literary hero(in)es.

Reading a Book by its Cover

Couture inspired by our favorite survivalists from young adult fiction.

Reading a Book by its Cover

A fashion guide to our favorite Madeleine L’Engle books.

Reading a Book by its Cover

We’ve found ourselves coated in glitter as a result of our recent immersion in Warhol-era memoirs.

Not Here to Make Friends

Two friends respond to Molly Fischer’s recent piece in n+1, in which she critiques thehairpin.com, rookiemag.com, jezebel.com, xojane.com, and BFF-dom among women online.

Reading a Book by its Cover

No one writes fashion quite like Francesca Lia Block.

Reading a Book by its Cover

A few sartorial gift guides inspired by Dickens’ A Christmas Carol.