Wendy Red Star creates work that rewrites Western culture’s Native American narrative. It isn’t that she erases the history of her forefathers – it is that she challenges the exoticized gaze that is often shed upon Native peoples.
The Los Angeles-based Moonfaze Feminist Film Festival is inclusive of all voices – women, men, transgender people, and persons of color included – serving as a reminder that feminist isn’t a term solely reserved for those identifying as females.
This week, I’m leaning into love. Love for literature and one of its most brilliant minds. Love for our First Lady who feels like family instead of political royalty. Love for Common, a man whose trademark creative impulse shines on an unofficial remix of “Cranes in the Sky.”
Lupita graces the cover of Vogue to take us home to her native Kenya, the MoMA releases a digital archive of every exhibit ever released by the museum and Chance the Rapper sets out to make sure we all stay woke.
A weekly column written by Julia Childs where she rounds up her favorite happenings in fashion, art, culture, and beyond. We figure that despite living fast, we should probably catch our breath every now and again.
A weekly column written by Julia-Elise Childs where she rounds up her favorite happenings in fashion, art, culture and beyond. We figure that despite living fast, we should probably catch our breath every now and again.
A balance between kind and sharp-tongued, feminine and androgynous, model Braina Laviena is a walking portrait of beauty and a complete dichotomy. She exudes sex appeal and isn’t here for your preconceived notions of femininity.