Belgian-born, New York-based Natalie Joos is a fashion consultant and founder of Tales of Endearment. Very inspired by her unique combinations of vintage, designer, color, pattern, and texture; and her layering of casual sweaters over fancy dresses.
In Snowballs, Proenza Schouler continue their collaboration with Harmony Korine to showcase their Fall 2011 collection.
With a Nico-esque voice captivating melodies strangely dark and sweet all at once, songstress Cate Le Bon holds her own as more than just the opening act for St. Vincent. However, she is the opening act for St. Vincent so don’t be […]
One of my favorite memories of my grandma’s house in Ohio was the hummingbird feeder she kept hanging from the big tree in her front yard. My mother carried on the tradition and regularly attracts hummingbirds to her feeders each […]
Last weekend, the citizens of Sofia, Bulgaria awoke to find a public monument to Red Army defaced by an unknown interventionist. The statues of Soviet soldiers who “liberated” Bulgaria from the Nazis in 1944 were painted as Superman, Joker, Ronald […]
From Fraenkel Gallery: Katy Grannan was born in Arlington, Massachusetts in 1969. She received her B.A. from the University of Pennsylvania in 1991 and her M.F.A. from Yale University in 1999. She lives in Berkeley, California, and Brooklyn, New York. Throughout her […]
When a CNN reporter asked admitted Freemason and Congressman Nick Rahall (D-WV) if the secret fraternity is trying to dominate the globe, he bizarrely replied: “Well let’s say no. But if we were, would I tell ya? No.” Ok…a simple […]
On December 17, 1977, Elvis Costello and the Attractions performed as a last-minute replacement on Saturday Night Live for the Sex Pistols, who were unable to obtain passports due to criminal histories. Legend has it Costello wanted to play “Radio […]
Designer Max Osterweis’ new label Suno is both fashion forward and socially conscious, a rare combination in the industry. Following more than a decade of collecting Kenyan textiles, Osterweis chose to give back to the country at a time of escalated political […]
For our sixth and final installment of architectural projects dedicated to vertical farming, renewable energies, and the construction of a better, greener 21st century, s.a.johnson discusses Aberrant Agriculture by University of Kansas Masters of Architecture student Scott Johnson, also known […]