Hair on a mission. Artistic moves for 2016.
Seeking to expand their territory, a Hamptons shop owner and a garden designer embrace an abandoned property and turn it into the perfect canvas for their creativity.
“It’s quite a relationship we have with New York — unhealthy, frustrating, often abusive (especially when rent is due), and yet so irresistible. New York is like that bad boy or a girl you always wanted to make your own, and never quite could, but man, the sex was always amazing,” says photographer Nikola Tamindzic.
WOW! Talk about breaking records! Basquiat is well worth every penny nowadays as well as he should be. He’s the most valuable player in the art game though Jean-Michel Basquiat died in 1988 at 27, he’s still managed to become one of the month’s buzziest artists.
There’s nothing dreadful about having locs. The beauty of having locs in Brazil has been poorly received
Kurt Cobain will forever be remembered. I’ve had this book for quite sometime and wanted to share some images about this phenomenal human being.
Longchamp’s Le Pliage Cuir handbag has made a very personal bag for you.
Unsettling but gorgeous images from California suburbia—that’s what the late photographer Larry Sultan specialized in.
So sad to say that Beyonce has lost her Tour photographer Yosra El-Essawy due to an open battle with Stage 4 esophageal cancer. The 33-year-old had an amazing eye and career capturing everything with Beyonce—the wedding, candid shots
Available in the U.S. for the first time ever—Lobmeyr’s Oriental Tumblers. These tumblers are modeled after designs the Austrian crystal and lighting manufacturer originally produced in 1898, when a craze for Asian and Middle Eastern goods reached Europe by way of the Suez Canal. All are hand-painted. Source: Archdigest