Do you know what used to be considered cool, before a curated lifestyle and a personal brand and filters and selfies and your entire self being defined by what you can buy and what you choose to buy? Before we started curating considered, eclectic mixes of tasteful minimal accessories and vintage mid-century modern pieces on Pinterest and wet playlists of music about nothing on Spotify?
Viv Albertine. That's who. Her book is great, and it makes me want to get drunk and really tell some teenagers about how it was in my day. How did we all become so bloody boring, and how did we all become so dishonest and feel we have to be so sanitized in the life we portray?