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You may be dreaming of spring already, but we've still got plenty of winter ahead, which means a coat is a non-negotiable part of your daily dress code for the foreseeable future. Practical benefits aside you know, warmth and all the right coat can be a game-changer when it comes to looking chic through the big chill. Find one thats truly exquisite, and it has the power to completely transform

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Its no secret that just about every trend is a recycled version of a similar trend that came before it: Cargo pants routinely make a comeback once per decade; animal prints resurgence is still going strong; and oversized suiting is one of the top trends for a second year in a row. And after what felt like seasons filled with modest hemlines, tomboy-inspired silhouettes, and subdued hues, New York Fashion

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With New York Fashion Week having just wrapped up, London Fashion Week is now well underway. Just as we saw stateside, colors remain just as vibrant across the pond. Looking at the best street style from the London leg of fashion month, we see a distinct sense of nostalgia with puffer jackets continuing to prevail, as well as an array of retro-inspired logo pieces. Standout handbags from favored luxury houses make their

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If you’re looking for guidance about how to dress for the extremely fickle weather we’ve been experiencing of late (from polar vortex to spring in February within the span of one week!), look no further than this second batch of winter Office Apropos outfits. In it, you will find outfits ideas for insulation and open-air frolicking existing in unusual harmony, like polar bears fraternizing with lizards. In the cold temperature

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One of my daughters looked right into my eyes this morning, giggled, then started to shriek at the top of her lungs with tears practically shooting out of her eyes, and within seconds — seconds, I tell you — the shriek turned back into hysterical laughter. Then silence and stoicism. Then a half smile accompanied by gentle jabber. I did nothing at all to prompt this viewing of the complete

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There’s a gentleman in Brooklyn who owns a rainbow of three-piece suits, which he rotates through every day. When it’s sunny, he sits under the elevated train tracks on Broadway in a folding chair with an attached umbrella, setting a snappy tone for all of Bed-Stuy. There’s something about the way he wears his colorful getups — casually, like pajamas, but with pride — that deems contentment a reasonable pursuit.

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Frustration is often the mother of invention. That was the case with São Paulo design duo Humberto and Fernando Campana, who found themselves tired of traditional upholstery back in 2002. Then a chance encounter sparked an idea: “Someone on the street was selling stuffed animals, carrying them all in his hands—teddy bears, lions, crocodiles,” says Humberto. “Fernando and I looked at each other and said, ‘This is the chair.’” The KAWS x Campana

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Keeping things interesting in an all-white apartment isn’t always easy, but Fiona Byrne’s downtown New York City apartment makes it look like a breeze. Having lived in her two-bedroom Lower East Side apartment for the past 14 years, the interior designer and blogger behind The Byrne Notice decided it was finally time to give the place a light face-lift. “The space has been through many incarnations, but this time the updates felt like

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BK Foxx just sent us some images from her latest artwork which just spawned on the streets of New York City, USA. Painting in Chinatown, the American artist brought to life a beautiful new piece celebrating the “Year Of The Pig” in correlation with the Chinese New Year. The piece was made with the support of East Village Walls. Take a look below for more images by just_a_spectator. The post “Year Of The Pig”

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Mural by Felipe Pantone. All images via Gingko Press Not everyone is lucky enough to travel the world to witness the evolution of street art. Luckily there are books like Mural Masters: A New Generation published by Gingko Press to close those gaps. Authored by Kiriakos Iosifidis, the new book is over 260 pages long and showcases walls painted by more than 90 new and emerging artists. With the help of many talented

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