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Case and the great people from @verbsyndicate have been trying to work on a project for quite some time, glad we finally made it happen! This year’s Wonderwalls has been a blast and Case would like to hanks to everyone involved for the Wonder Walls Festival. Port Kembla, this small suburb has one of the biggest industrial complexes in Australia. The coal and steal industry had shaped this town 100 years ago to what it was and

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Coachella may still have its charms (okay, maybe just that Beyoncé performance from last year), but at this point, the artistic standards in Indio Valley leave something (okay, a lot) to be desired. Stylistically, too, the festival has reached its nadir. Last year, for the first time in the site’s history, Vogue decided to do away with its street style coverage altogether. If you’re over Coachella but still yearning for an

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“I feel like March is a very flirtatious month in Austin,” says Jenny Schipani, general manager at Hotel Saint Cecilia. The Texas capital can’t help but charm with its warm weather and energetic atmosphere as tech titans, musicians, and film fans descend for South by Southwest. It doesn’t hurt that we’re chatting over Topo Chico at one of Austin’s most intimate hotels; sitting under an ancient live oak tree as fluffy

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Our Fall 2019 top 10 list paints a compelling picture of current fashion, nearly evenly split between women and men designers, and right down the middle in terms of talents fronting their own labels and creative directors leading heritage houses. Clothing-wise, it gives you the most compellingly inventive tailoring of the season, and the most irresistible dresses; dark glamour and heavenly uplift. These collections represent the final season of the 2010s—the

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It’s 9 a.m. on a Parisian side street in the 8th arrondissement, and Marta Rios is wearing a navy polka-dot dress over an orange-and-red tie-dye top, cobalt blue tights, and chunky red Buffalo-style sneakers. She’s also wearing violently blue and purple eyeshadow, blended out with a thin black cat eye that extends far past the corners of her lids, which are punctuated by two chunky pink dots. “I have thousands

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On a recent freezing Friday night in New York’s East Village, rosy warmth could be found at the neighborhood’s newest restaurant and bar, Short Stories. Its pink-painted walls and bright blue banquettes welcomed dinner guests, while a full menu of Tito’s vodka with intriguing soda pairings (shiso lime, mango chili) encouraged them to stay awhile. The space is intriguing to the design-savvy—its custom bookshelf and other built-in details masterminded by Bushwick

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considered one of the rising stars of the international street art scene, felipe pantone has been expressing himself through color since he was 12 years old. a self-taught graffiti artist, the argentine-spanish contemporary artist deals with dynamism, transformation, omnipresence, and themes related to present times. most recently, his technicolored vision has taken him to shanghai where his exhibition entitled ‘distance, speed, time, formula’, presents totally new works to mark his first installation in the city. images courtesy

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In 1971, the pioneers of video art Steina and Woody Vasulka founded the iconic venue called The Kitchen, in order to showcase the latest production in the field. In only a couple of years, it became the melting pot of the thriving avant-garde scene in New York, and was a stimulating and culturally influential environment that nurtured a generation of prolific artists. One of them was Gretchen Bender, an outstanding multimedia artist working with computer graphics,

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Although he was a misfit belonging to the New York underground in the 1980s, Jean-Michel Basquiat quickly came to prominence after his extraordinary talent was discovered. Namely, this prolific figure set off his career as part of a graffiti duo SAMO, was involved with the up-and-coming No wave scene and was featured in an iconic documentary Downtown 81 by Glenn O’Brien. In 1980, he also became friends with Andy Warhol which largely reflected on his artistic production. Unfortunately, at the

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Márton Mogyorósy explores the coastal city of Barcelona from above, creating geometric images of the Spanish city’s buildings, shore, and sea. Mogyorósy browses the city via Google Earth to get an idea of the natural and manmade shapes he would like to capture, and then finds these areas with the assistance of a drone. The Hungarian photographer photographs lesser known areas of Barcelona, finding structures and buildings that are attractively

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