Coming straight off the heels of November’s sobering election results, no one knew what to expect of this year’s Miami Art Basel— would the vibe be just as unsettled, anxious? The answer, we now know, is a resounding no. True to form, the international art world poured into the always exuberant city with as much enthusiasm and spirit as ever, filling the galleries, studios, streets and beaches with their usual joie de vivre.
If you’re in the mood to sunbathe without the buzz of South Beach in the background, we suggest escaping the city to Virginia Key, an 82-acre barrier island located on Key Biscayne off the Rickenbacker Causeway.
September fashion week is a funny thing: it’s hovering in the mid-90s, with the official start to autumn a mere week away and we’re dashing around New York City looking at clothes for next spring before a single leaf has turned orange...
It’s easy to get caught up in the constant go-go-go of New York Fashion Week. Running from one show to the next, performing the magic quick change in the back of a cab before your first event of the night and draining your phone battery before lunchtime…
Stockholm can be almost scarily intimidating, what with its citizens all with model-worthy looks and catwalk-ready fashion sense. But one peek past the perfection and you’ll find a city teeming with some of the friendliest, most creative and accessible people in the world! Stockholm as a place is just as beautiful; it’s a place as easy to explore as it is to love.
ALL GROWN-UP AND GOING BACK-TO-SCHOOL SHOPPING: BRANDS WE LOVE FOR THE STYLISH MOM ON-THE-GO
A recent documentary has finally addressed questions about sustainability in the fashion industry. The Next Black, released May 2014, and produced by German electronics company AEG, explores the future of clothing production. Will we create longer lasting, sustainable clothing or continue to mass produce? How will technology play a role in new fabrics and methods of production?
A former New Yorker brings the glam of the bright lights and big city to relaxation and resort. Joanne Salt left the hustle of NYC in 2009 and moved to Tulum to settle down. There, she met Ana Cabello and together they formed JOSA, opening their first boutique on Tulum Beach Rd.