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Multidisciplinary artist Sarah Wertzberger works in paint and clay, as well as textiles which are what’s caught our eye today. Using hand, industrial, and digital weaving, she designs and creates the most beautiful original blanket designs that would look just as at home hanging upon your wall as being used on your couch. Color play, interactions, and natural tensions that exist in the worlds of art, design, craft, technology, and DIY

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Ah Florence; the town that brought the world the Medicis, the David, the pasta. A sun-drenched miniature former city-state that sits in a geological bowl in the northern Italian province of Tuscany, as much as Florence is celebrated for its art and its food, it should too be noted for its menswear. The reason? The Pitti Uomo fashion fair. Every January and June, the world’s menswear press and buyers descend on

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While we’re always down to get inspired by the latest looks of our friends or favorite fashion people, a truly perfect outfit is one that’s also imbued with your own personal style. Really, you’ll stand out and feel like yourself that much more by not looking (or dressing) like everyone else. Of course, we understand it can sometimes seem easier and less time-consuming to simply go for the same ’fit

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Since entering adulthood, I hear the same refrain when Valentine's Day comes around. My friends, both single and in a relationship, all agree that February 14 is an "overrated holiday." Whether it's the distaste for the pressure that coincides with the date or a general feeling of apathy toward the commercialism that often comes along with it, many women find the holiday more stressful than romantic. If all that rings

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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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