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What was once seen as a style primarily reserved for boardroom meetings and high-pressure interviews has taken shape as a glamorous, feminine wardrobe addition for the modern woman. In other words, suiting doesn't have to be boring. Ready to learn how to style a suit in an updated way? Look no further than Lupita Nyong'o, who's found countless methods to reimagine the trend. When she's not commanding the screen in major

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2018 was the year we finally grasped the purpose of a Netflix movie. They're there to create unforgettable internet moments, experienced together. To All the Boys I Loved Before and Set It Up reminded us, after a long drought, that we do indeed love the romantic comedy. Bandersnatch had us waking up at seven in the morning to try out all the different possible endings before work. After a flurry

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Josh Sperling will soon launch his third exhibition with Galerie Perrotin. Entitled “Big Time,” the show will take place at Perrotin’s New York City space. For the presentation, Sperling has created a vivid body of work, wholly comprised of newly shaped canvases. Part painting and part sculpture, the works emphasize texture and movement with seemingly endless swirls, squiggles, and spontaneous compositions that appear as minimalist landforms when viewed straightforward. Aside

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The press has been abuzz for a while with news of Harley-Davidson's forthcoming Livewire (above), the company's first foray into electric motorcycles. But what no one saw coming was the other two concepts they unveiled this week: An as-yet-unnamed electric bike… …and this electric scooter-looking thingy: ENGINEERED FOR THE CITY These lightweight electric concepts are designed for an urban future by being generally easy to ride - no clutch, no shifting, lightweight, and

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adding texture is one of the easiest ways to give a room a warmer, more relaxed vibe, and step up the sophistication, too. and doing so through layered textiles is easy, and usually quite affordable, too. there are so many wonderful online and vintage resources for rugs, pillows, throws and bedspreads (see below!), as well as wall tapestries and adding these decorative elements to your home is so, so simple.

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The first generation of European post-war artists was largely affected by the atrocities of World War II, so naturally the artworks they produced were deeply philosophically inclined and examined the issues of humanity. The dominating tendency was Lyrical Abstraction in France, or Abstract Expressionism in the United States; however, at the end of the 1950s, the international art scene saw the emergence of certain radical figures, among which was Italian artist Piero

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Thanks to Dazed, there’s a new list of the 11 most exciting arthouse films coming out this year. All of them are “criminally overlooked arthouse oddities” that deserve as many viewers as blockbusters. From Jia Zhangke’s Ash is The Purest White, to Simon Amstell’s semi-autobiographical Benjamin, to coming of age stories, horror-comedies, tales about sex workers, neo-fables and more, the list is delightfully diverse—in terms of storytelling and representation. Take

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The newest series by Manila-based paper artist Patrick Cabral (previously) features three white  animals detailed with elements of black and gold. A pink nose serves as a stylistic outlier for a  whiskered tiger, while the long and narrow trunk of Cabral’s elephant is completed with a dazzling linear adornment in gold. The animal’s design is similar to a previous elephant iteration Cabral created out of paper in 2017. However, the newer piece’s

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