“In the picture Dominique Ansel took of himself at MoMA, the cronut sits on his fingertips like a king on a throne, a cream-filled Lear surrounded by torrential downpour, still a victim of hubris, but a figure turned tragic, impotent.”
Nikkitha Bakshani on the art of our necessities.

“In the picture Dominique Ansel took of himself at MoMA, the cronut sits on his fingertips like a king on a throne, a cream-filled Lear surrounded by torrential downpour, still a victim of hubris, but a figure turned tragic, impotent.”

Nikkitha Bakshani on the art of our necessities.

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    nyc=the art of standing in line
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    OMG
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    My brilliant friend wrote this!! Nikkitha I am so proud of you! :D
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    Going to leave this here without comment.
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    Dumb Finance
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    Fucking laughing. The beauty of a cronut.
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    Read my essay about cronuts (sort of) and King Lear (sort of) and Lauren Conrad (sort of) in The Paris Review Daily.