Cassidy George is a freelance culture writer whose work has been featured in The New York Times, The New Yorker, Vogue, GQ, Rolling StoneThe CutW, Dazed, i-D and more. She is a reporter-at-large for 032c and the host of Hausverbot.  

About Cassidy George

Cassidy covers art, fashion and music––and specializes in trends and subcultures. 

She began her writing career at SLEEK magazine in Berlin. In 2021 she joined 032cs editorial team, where she previously worked as digital editor. 

On freelance assignments, Cassidy has sipped White Russians with Elvis impersonators for The New York Times, dodged rubber bullets at BLM protests for W, befriended bisexual pirates for GQ, and helped reunite the members of America’s first Black punk band for Dazed. Though she writes across disciplines, the stories Cassidy tells are connected by her desire to understand how history, politics and power structures shape every aspect of our (counter)culture, from the selfies we take, to the clothing we wear and the lyrics we sing.

Her full list of editorial clients includes: The New York Times, The New YorkerVogue, GQ, Rolling Stone, The Cut, W, BBC, Dazed and Confused, i-D, AnOther, PAPER, Resident Advisor, Vice, Highsnobiety, Mixmag, The Face, 032c, Huck, Document Journal, King Kong, Electronic Beats, INDIE, SLEEK, Replica, NR and Directions.

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