Boston-based music blog Big Old Big One produces and releases monthly music videos of national musical acts playing unplugged in various and unique locations.
The highly anticipated opening of Rehs Contemporary Galleries’ exhibit, “The BIG Gamble,” was beyond imagination.
Trends have a way of repeating themselves, and this collection seems to be a futuristic mod –perhaps what mod will look like in 2060 or 3060.
If a picture is worth a thousand words, then you’ve just read 11,000 of them. A novella of sorts. This story has to count for more, once you see how Corrado Dalco perfectly captures the vibrant Ilaria Pozzi. It’s difficult to focus.
The brand known for strutting statuesque male models down the runway in their briefs turned to its Italian roots and created a collection playing off the Catholicism of its home.
Alexandre Herchcovitch takes us on a walk through his maternal, cosmic garden, but sidesteps his own innovation with an unfortunate taste for color.
Portraits of Andy Warhol by Richard Avedon, August 20th, 1969. This artwork is currently on display at The Art Institute of Chicago.
Subtlety and Versace go together like pickles and peanut butter. One doesn’t wear Versace to blend in, nor does one eat P&P for a bland sandwich.
A closer look at Jens Ullrich, a Berlin-based artist, best recognized for his gatherings of old newspaper that turn into abstract compositions.
The 2013 fall winter ready-to-wear collection melded the downtown style Wang is most commonly described as with the classic shapes of the Balenciaga house.
Burberry conjures up a very specific image, a classic, British image. Bailey’s job is to meld that image with something new—season in and season out.
Ranging from an armored gauntlet in a First World War poster by Ludwig Hohlwein to glistening talons advertising Japanese nail polish in the 1980s, the disembodied hands in this exhibition salute, menace, manipulate, and caress.
This awesome illustrated and pretty educational activity book follows Gramps and Kiddo on an amazing journey through the history of graphic design.
Giles manages to somehow combine all three into a beautiful showing of flowy Edwardian gowns mixed with elements of the darker side of fashion.
Peter Dundas had had enough. In Emilio Pucci’s fall 2013 ready-to-wear collection, blues, tans, and whites fluttered down the runway in a plethora of fabrics and textures soothing the malaise of winter.
Marc by Marc Jacobs gives the week the shake-up it needed with a much appreciated bolt of fun, light-hearted energy.
Shane Gabier and Chris Peters of Creatures of the Wind balance their whimsy and consumer-mindedness for fall, but it’s their folksy roots that win out.
London-based Carmen Villain released her tempestuous debut album, Sleeper, last week on Smalltown Supersound.
Riccardo Tisci will continue his reign at Givenchy. Givenchy extended Tisci’s contract for another three years showing faith in the creative director’s vision, designs, and business plans.
South Korean designer Minju Kim named winner of H&M Design Award.
Dead Poets Society goes to the drive-in in Christopher Kane’s latest ghoulish menswear collection.
“Fame”-themed online auction to feature works by Avedon, Basquiat, Colen, Guyton, LaChapelle, Lowman, Phillips, Prince, Warhol and others
Versace men’s ready-to-wear collection may as well have just been called the show with the lingerie for men.
Some say Black Magic is evil, something lurking in the dark. If that’s true you’ll take one look at our Black Magic woman and beg to be swept under her dismal current.
Nicholas Kirkwood becomes first accessories designer to win the award.