Jessica

Ruffled white taffeta, bite of a tart green apple, burnt caramel knits, and late-winter light on skin. The visual highlights in this editorial created by the divine duo Sergiy and Jessica are endless. Like an early 1900s painting has come to life, it's a beautifully quiet…
Wednesday’s Feature

Jessica

Ruffled white taffeta, bite of a tart green apple, burnt caramel knits, and late-winter light on skin. The visual highlights in this editorial created by the divine duo Sergiy and Jessica are endless. Like an early 1900s painting has come to life, it's a beautifully quiet…

Monday’s Muse: Carole Bouquet

God damn, French women, eh? They’re just always the best; Coco, Jane, Anna, Audrey, Charlotte, Brigitte, Catherine… Elegant, classic, never over-done or making bad wardrobe-decisions, they just seem…

Monday's Muse

Monday’s Muse: Carole Bouquet

God damn, French women, eh? They’re just always the best; Coco, Jane, Anna, Audrey, Charlotte, Brigitte, Catherine… Elegant, classic, never over-done or making bad wardrobe-decisions, they just seem…

Liselotte Watkins

I first came across illustrator, stylist and set designer Liselotte Watkins in an issue of Milk Decoration magazine, featured inside her (amazing) home in Milan (think parquet floors,…

Wednesday’s Feature

Liselotte Watkins

I first came across illustrator, stylist and set designer Liselotte Watkins in an issue of Milk Decoration magazine, featured inside her (amazing) home in Milan (think parquet floors,…

Monday’s Muse: Niki de Saint Phalle

  Celebrating the ritual and action of art, rather than the finished product, French artist Niki de Saint Phalle talks about her performance-based work Portrait of My Lover (1961). I made…

Monday's Muse

Monday’s Muse: Niki de Saint Phalle

  Celebrating the ritual and action of art, rather than the finished product, French artist Niki de Saint Phalle talks about her performance-based work Portrait of My Lover (1961). I made…

Exclusive Interview with Gina Esposito of Nu Swim

For the girls that don’t believe in seasonally-dictated swims, who instead, opt for the adventure (and challenge) of finding a place to swim, whatever the weather is doing,…

Wednesday’s Feature

Exclusive Interview with Gina Esposito of Nu Swim

For the girls that don’t believe in seasonally-dictated swims, who instead, opt for the adventure (and challenge) of finding a place to swim, whatever the weather is doing,…

Monday’s Muse: Agnes Denes

“The issues touched on in my work range between individual creation and social consciousness. . . . Making art today is synonymous with assuming responsibilities for our fellow…

Monday's Muse

Monday’s Muse: Agnes Denes

“The issues touched on in my work range between individual creation and social consciousness. . . . Making art today is synonymous with assuming responsibilities for our fellow…

Friday Feels Like: Xavier Corbero

I seek to make things that I have imagined and have not yet done. Things I would like to see. – Xavier Corbero I’m absolutely floored after watching…

Art, Friday Feels Like

Friday Feels Like: Xavier Corbero

I seek to make things that I have imagined and have not yet done. Things I would like to see. – Xavier Corbero I’m absolutely floored after watching…

Exclusive Interview with Kai Avent-deLeon of Sincerely,Tommy

I have always thought that the most clever people in the fashion and arts industries are the ones who embody to the ability to edit. To be able…

Wednesday’s Feature

Exclusive Interview with Kai Avent-deLeon of Sincerely,Tommy

I have always thought that the most clever people in the fashion and arts industries are the ones who embody to the ability to edit. To be able…

Monday’s Muse: Jennie Jieun Lee

After years of experience inside the fashion industry, Jennie Jieun Lee encountered a desire for change. A distant yet happy memory of a ceramics class she attended with…

Monday's Muse

Monday’s Muse: Jennie Jieun Lee

After years of experience inside the fashion industry, Jennie Jieun Lee encountered a desire for change. A distant yet happy memory of a ceramics class she attended with…

Tjentište

Commissioned by former Yugoslavian president Josip Broz Tito in the 1960s and ’70s to commemorate sites where WWII battles took place or where concentration camps stood, Tjentište (pictured…

Friday Feels Like

Tjentište

Commissioned by former Yugoslavian president Josip Broz Tito in the 1960s and ’70s to commemorate sites where WWII battles took place or where concentration camps stood, Tjentište (pictured…

Crescioni | Collection

Crescioni is an accessories label rooted in traditional craft techniques inspired by the spirit of the American west. All pieces are handmade in California. Their third collection’s imagery,…

Wednesday’s Feature

Crescioni | Collection

Crescioni is an accessories label rooted in traditional craft techniques inspired by the spirit of the American west. All pieces are handmade in California. Their third collection’s imagery,…

Te Hāwere-a-Maki

It’s summer in New Zealand and so far it has been a scorcher. Just north of Auckland, at a dreamy little marine reserve called Te Hāwere-a-Maki (or Goat Island),…

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Te Hāwere-a-Maki

It’s summer in New Zealand and so far it has been a scorcher. Just north of Auckland, at a dreamy little marine reserve called Te Hāwere-a-Maki (or Goat Island),…

Monday’s Muse: Babette Mangolte

Dancers are unique creatures. They express themselves through emphasised gestural movements and body language with extensive physical attributes. They are an exaggerated physical representation of everything they have…

Monday's Muse

Monday’s Muse: Babette Mangolte

Dancers are unique creatures. They express themselves through emphasised gestural movements and body language with extensive physical attributes. They are an exaggerated physical representation of everything they have…

Monday’s Muse: Eva Hesse

Eva Hesse made works that are beautiful, strange, and evocative. Sculptures, rich in explorative materials and the suggestion of absence through the use of minimalist space, continue to…

Monday's Muse

Monday’s Muse: Eva Hesse

Eva Hesse made works that are beautiful, strange, and evocative. Sculptures, rich in explorative materials and the suggestion of absence through the use of minimalist space, continue to…

Georgia | Ten Eyck

Winter coats, double braids and blue camel rides… Friend and local artist Leilani Heather sent herself to New York City recently where she caught up with the beautiful…

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Georgia | Ten Eyck

Winter coats, double braids and blue camel rides… Friend and local artist Leilani Heather sent herself to New York City recently where she caught up with the beautiful…

A Tour of West Auckland

Retreating to the edge of town is sometimes the fastest way to reset from the hectic pace of city living. Just a half hour journey winding through the…

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A Tour of West Auckland

Retreating to the edge of town is sometimes the fastest way to reset from the hectic pace of city living. Just a half hour journey winding through the…

Monday’s Muse: Georgia O’Keeffe

With a strong connection to nature; interested in everything from blossoming fruits to the decay of bones, painter Georgia O’Keeffe is celebrated for her large-format paintings of landscapes…

Monday's Muse

Monday’s Muse: Georgia O’Keeffe

With a strong connection to nature; interested in everything from blossoming fruits to the decay of bones, painter Georgia O’Keeffe is celebrated for her large-format paintings of landscapes…

Z L A T A

Zlata; with her hair the colour of clover honey and eyelids giving-in to the late-summer sun, she wears fabrics pulled from every dream-girl’s wardrobe… Jessica Zamora-Turner perfectly pieces…

Friday Feels Like

Z L A T A

Zlata; with her hair the colour of clover honey and eyelids giving-in to the late-summer sun, she wears fabrics pulled from every dream-girl’s wardrobe… Jessica Zamora-Turner perfectly pieces…