Zachary Lipez is the singer for Publicist UK. He is the co-author of “Please Take Me Off The Guestlist,” “Slept In Beds,” and “No Seats On The Party Car.” He writes (somewhat) regularly for Hazlitt, VICE, Noisey, and The Talkhouse. He tends bar at 124 Rabbit Club.
Marc Jacobs made some people upset recently. Or, rather, Marc Jacobs made a lot of people who generally give no fucks about Marc Jacobs write feverish posts about the style house on their Facebook walls. Scandal struck when someone in the presumably deep Marc Jacobs bureaucracy designed a shirt that was essentially a copy of one of white power skinhead band Skrewdriver’s album covers—and not the first album, either, which sketchy dudes of all shapes, sizes, and ethnicities will continuously and tediously defend as “not the racist one.”