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Where Fashion And Literature Meet…There’s #LiterarySwag

by Terrin Glasson October 30, 2015
Who says you can’t be fashionable and smart?    As a firm believer in the concept of adorning your brain, as well as, your body when I heard about the #LiterarySwag movement.  A movement that has been enlightening Twitter and Instagram users  about the joys and importance of reading and fashion I knew this was a […]

B. Yellowtail & The New World of Fashion

by Jenna Austinon May 15, 2015
Now a days the fashion world isn’t just being turned on it’s head, it’s being held upside down and having it’s lunch money stolen. Models such as Tess Holliday and Maddie Stewart are breaking down the walls of what the faces of modeling look like. But other boundaries are being broken as well. Bethany Yellowtail […]

The Fashion Show That Set off International Mama Drama

by Ash M. Richteron March 17, 2015
     Dolce and Gabbana’s ode to motherhood on the catwalks of their 2015 Milan Fashion Week show probably started out with the best intentions. Their models stalked the runway pregnant, or post—with their stunning offspring in matching tow.    But D & G’s narrow artistic definition of svelte feminine motherhood quickly drew ire from […]

The Sticks and Stones of MIRTA Jewelry

by Jenna Austinon February 19, 2015
The jewelry line known as MIRTA was the brainchild of Croatian architect Andrea Simic. Founded in 2010, Simic brought to life the idea of merging the clean lines of architecture with traditional silversmithing. The result are the exquisite handmade items, some of which are featured below. MIRTA takes inspiration also from nature: stones, lines, and […]

Where To Wear: The Art of Elisabeth Lecourt

by Jenna Austinon January 7, 2015
Elisabeth Lecourt is a London-based artist who explores vulnerability and sensitivity in her artwork. Her series “Les Robes Geographiques” consists of tiny dresses made out of maps. The “Where” becomes wearable, and this allows the viewer to see the patterns that emerge from the location specific maps when they are folded and cut into miniature […]

Kanye and Kim Deliver Balmain’s “Army of Lovers” Campaign

by Trace William Cowenon December 24, 2014
As announced by Kim Kardashian West via Twitter yesterday, the Wests are the official face of Balmain’s Spring / Summer 2015 campaign. Entitled “Army of Lovers,” Balmain creative director Olivier Rousteing said he wanted to “capture a moment of love” between the two. “They are the new modernity,” said Rousteing. “Together, the represent love, beauty, […]

The Dollicious Art of Margaux Lange

by Jenna Austinon December 9, 2014
Sometimes the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. With the iconic toy simply known as Barbie, the reverse might also be true. Margaux Lange created Plastic Body Series out of that notion. Lange took hundreds of donated and salvaged dolls and deconstructed them. From there she used the parts along with silver […]

Thread Head: The Art of Izziyana Suhaimi

by Jenna Austinon December 4, 2014
Artist Izziyana Suhaimi combines traditional art techniques such as embroidery, pencil, and watercolor to create her pieces. On her website she states that “I am interested in collapsing the boundaries between traditional and popular cultures and exploring the links that exist between these two.” Her work also explores the attraction to traditional art as opposed to […]

Yeezus: The Fan-Made Cinematic Experience

by Trace William Cowenon December 2, 2014
If you missed Kanye West’s triumphant Yeezus tour, then you are certainly aware that you not only missed one of the biggest pop culture talking points of the past two years (the tour was spread across 2013 and 2014), but you also missed a genuinely brilliant display of groundbreaking artistic bravery.  Collaborating with Vanessa Beecroft […]

Miley Cyrus to Debut Erotic Sculpture During NYFW

by Trace William Cowenon September 10, 2014
“That’s my goal in life: to not die a pop pop dumb dumb.” Instagram: @MileyCyrus These are bold – though certainly not unexpected – words from the endlessly scrutinized mouth of Miley Cyrus.  Miley’s admirably revamped image and music, often at exciting odds with one another, have been so ubiquitous over the past two years […]