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Who is Tomo Koizumi? Good question. It's been a question on the lips of every editor upon seeing his couture-like Loofah cocktail dresses in the basement of the uptown Marc Jacobs store on Friday evening. New York Fashion Week was off to a fairly relaxing start with Tom Ford on Wednesday night, heralding in the return of supermodel Caroline Trentini to the runway, and then a relatively calm day of wearable labels like Maryam Nassir

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As New York Fashion Week gets officially under way, street style stars have not had it easy out there. The weather for the week has been unpredictable—going from polar vortex to positively balmy to cold again this weekend—so this season it's all about textured outerwear, whether that's oversized sherpa-lined camel, fuzzy pea coats, or crushed velvet puffer jackets. Underneath, of course, as always you can spot layers and layers of various bold colors

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Of another era yet rooted in contemporary Mexican culture, the elegant abstract art of eighty-two-year-old Eduardo Terrazas—who co-designed the op art aesthetic of the 1968 Mexico City Olympics—is experiencing a comeback. Words by Elizabeth Fullerton Reynosa Art and Culture Center, Mexico “I’m attracted to beauty and to harmony. I don’t like art that shows violence so much,” Eduardo Terrazas tells me when I visit his penthouse studio in the colonial Roma neighbourhood. This philosophy may

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The syntagm greatest artist of all times is not attached to Leonardo da Vinci without justification. The reasons for such a claim are multiple; this iconic historical figure firstly set the foundations of modern art-making, and secondly, he embodied the concept of the polymath to the full extent, and therefore the ideal of Renaissance of man. Namely, Leonardo da Vinci is definitely best known for the world’s most iconic masterpieces such as the Mona Lisa and The Last Supper, but he also devotedly explored

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first symptoms, the solo show of amsterdam-based kustaa saksi at the finnish institute in stockholm, presents six unique tapestries that draw from the artist’s scientific examination and personal experience with migraine. manufactured with jacquard weaving technique, the tapestries are woven using cotton warp with mohair, silk, alpaca, cashwool, velvet, rubber, viscose, copper and transparent polyester yarns resulting in richly layered, multi- sensory works. all images courtesy of the artist     kustaa saksi has applied drastic

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“TO SEE IS NOT TO SPEAK #5” (2018), oil on canvas, 170 x 170 cm, all images courtesy of JD Malat Gallery Conrad Jon Godly (previously) paints in thick, impasto strokes to form snow-capped peaks and mountain ranges in icy black, white, and blue. The textured formations on canvas have feathered edges that mimic the high altitude wind, a technique that makes you almost feel the subject’s arctic blast. The works are

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If there’s one thing team WWW loves, it’s an affordable find. Sure, designer investment pieces are great, but what’s more thrilling than finding an amazing piece under $100, or better yet, under $50? And if said fashion steal happens to fall under the shoe category, even better. That’s why you’ll often find our editors in footwear from our very own Who What Wear collection for Target. Call me biased, but

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Fashion weeks in New York City, London, Milan, and Paris are obviously incredibly well-known, but when the coolest style stars look to what’s next in fashion, Copenhagen Fashion Week is where it’s at. As one of our editors highlighted, the Danish capital buzzed last week with a second-to-none street style scene and runway shows featuring some of the most in-demand designers.While we broke down a selection of looks that emerged for the

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When Pantone announced its Color of the Year for 2019, I was eager to hear the intel on which hue would dominate in fashion and design and ultimately set the trends for the year ahead. But upon learning the news that Living Coral, a salmon-pink color, would be crowned the title, I just laughed (sorry if you're reading this, Pantone). As a fashion editor, I pride myself on staying abreast

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“After about six years, I feel like I’ve almost nailed down my groove in NYC,” says Dylana Suarez, a supremely stylish L.A. native who made the move in 2013. I hate to begin this story by disagreeing with her, but I’ve got to say that IMO, she’s actually nailed the whole big-city girl-on-the-go look. In fact, she *almost* has me (a born-and-raised Angeleno) convinced that the East Coast is the

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