writer and editor

On Display

Meeshach Taylor they ain’t. Anne Fargo and David Hoey are the slightly madcap (though way stylish) minds behind Bergdorf Goodman’s window displays. Their job is “part architect and part cake designer,” as Hoey puts it. It’s also the latest link in a long line of brilliant, largely unheralded New York City artists. (OK, Simon Doonan is pretty heralded. But who’s ever heard of Gene Moore?) In Thursday’s Style section, and please remember I don’t write the headlines, Window Dressing Warriors.


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Currently Editor in Chief of Campaign US, former writer for the New York Times, Fast Company, Columbia Magazine, Redbook, The New York Observer, Wired, the New York Post and others. I write about media, science, culture, lifestyle and tech. Every so often, I post my writing here. It's pronounced Kwen'-kwah. Contact: Doug [dot] Quenqua [@]


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