For those whose perception of folks of color relies upon mainstream media representation, there is plenty for you to unpack.
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Her striking photos realistically and intimately depict what it’s like to be a teenage girl, focusing on the pressures of censorship and constantly being told how to act and what to do.
This week, I want to look at the darker side of the coin – how both voices and action are used to rise when elevation seems improbable.
A rainbow mood board of one of the best date spots in LA.
A musing on the disposable versus eternal quality of photography these days.
Described as, “a place for art by and about people of african descent,” the tumblr is filled with a seemingly endless archive of black art.
Directed by The Wolfpack director Crystal Moselle, That One Day is part of Miu Miu’s ongoing series, Women’s Tales.
Time to refill your prescription if you want to try to channel Annie Vought’s work at home.
Amanda Bjorns ventures down to Guatemala to work with a collection of local female artists in this colorful, humbling, and rich travelogue.
Oregon-based artist focuses on letterpress prints and cards inspired by her former job as a cake decorator.
Artist Alexandre Chapelin has created a series of coffee tables that seem to capture a birds eye view of the ocean.
It’s the gritty rock girls and princesses of punk who have inspired L’Agent for Autumn Winter and their styles translates spectacularly well to lingerie looks that are wildly appealing and surprisingly wearable.
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.
Jennifer Kassell’s refreshing take on the oversized sporty bomber jacket.
This year, the immersive art festival features Alexis Diaz, Okuda San Miguel, Guido Van Helten, D*Face, Cyrcle, Bordalo II, Maser, Faith 47, and Jaz & Pastel.
A direct address to you, featuring images by artist Erika Astrid.
A standing invitation to one of the best exhibits at the moment.
How one can dwell within nature, travel farther than others, and return metamorphosed.
Olek just dropped another fabulous yarn bomb over her native Poland.
“For me this body of work is about the process of creating something imperfect upon a plastic veneer. It’s all about finding the balance between movement, color, light and shadow within each piece,”
Melina DiMarco is anything but fearless when it comes to discussing the uncomfortable truths of being a modern woman.