Fire and ice. Two forces so diametrically opposed unite in support of a noble goal: climate change awareness. Called the Glacier Project and designed by native Icelander Brynjar Sigurðarson for PCM Design, these pale blue candles are a palm-sized likeness of their much larger, natural cousins. And like their wetter, colder, cousins, they melt when hot, just like what is happening to the glaciers around the world. It's hard to watch the slow drip of these candles burning without feeling a sense of urgency, spurring you to consider taking immediate action to protect and preserve our natural environment. Likely starting with glaciers. If you'd prefer to relax, pick up some tealights instead.
On a journey of introspection and self-discovery, a photographer by the name of Lalla Essaydi, based out of New York City, struggles to understand Orientalism, the complexity of the Arab female identity, as well as the confines of Islamic tradition and the spaces in which she grew up. Born and raised in Morocco, she moved…
The only three adjectives you need to remember for Stoned Immaculate Vintages lookbook "Last Daze of Disco" are the words sexy, funky, and dreamy. Its a great interpretation of the golden era style of the 70s. The production for the photo shoot is clever and immaculate. Each image emotes a feeling that reflects on the good old timesthe carefree times of Saturday Night Feverthat have past but still live within these pictures.
As an artist working under the pseudonym "Miso," Stanislava Pinchuk, originally from Ukraine, has become one of the headliners of the Australian art scene. Currently based in Melbourne, she started creating tattoos about four years ago. Her tattoos are minimalistic, delicate and remind us of the constellations in the night sky, maps, and organic forms perforated on paper.
The Pink Flowers takes the term "garage band" in the most literal sense. Ryan Faist and Nolan Bennett give low-fi music a fresh new sound, with an old-school twist. Their music is made different by recording using low-quality equipment in a garage.
Parisian artist, Nathalie Lété, started painting on silk when she was only 13 years old. Inspired by her parents cultural heritage her father is Chinese and her mother is German Natalies art is naïve and colorful. Flowers, places and animals come to life in different mediums, using various techniques, with childlike freshness and a dash of nostalgia. We love this collection of cute and vibrant silk scarves!
Paris fashion house Lanvin released their 2015 Resort collection under the direction of Isreali fashion designer Alber Elbaz. With fabrics sourced from Florence, Italy, he flew to New York to present the Lanvin collection at Milk Studios. The lookbook, modeled by American musician and model Jamie Bochert, pinpointed the reminiscent feminine beauty of the 70s…
Anna Sui delivers a 1960s memo with her 2015 spring/summer ready-to-wear collection "All We Are Saying Is Give Peace A Chance." Enter the Lennon lovin hippie with her gypsy florals of spasmodic swirls and twilight twirls. Retroactively were back in London, the fashion capital of the world, during the British Invasion with John, Yoko and the Beatles too. Define Annas theme and you have the eccentric; a background designed with psychedelic artwork, bright stars and spherical planets. A whimsical atmosphere that alludes to tarot cards, psychic readings and horoscopes. The style is undeniably bohemian and cosmic.