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All I want is a little nook by the pool at Beverly Hills’ best kept secret, the Avalon. Book late lunch meeting at Viviane restaurant and linger around the property until happy hour.
While the brand is anchored in providing minimal, clean staples for the contemporary woman, MAD IN LA’s SS17 collection is far from simple.
An intimate Parisian dream inside these walls.
This week’s midweek meditation honors the strength of self-identity by highlighting those who unabashedly take up the space needed for their own authenticity.
Like a letter to a girl you used to know.
The first collective exhibition of Aitken’s electrifying work touches on themes of isolation and natural decay while remaining spectacularly larger than life, featuring Tilda Swinton, feral animals in motel rooms, and a 22 foot crater filled with water.
A place of dislocation, sensory deprivation, and howling hot winds.
Photographer Zoey Grossman captures the latest collection for the Venice-based label.
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.
This pretty in pink slumber party is giving us champagne vibes and hearts in our eyes.
A retreat boutique hotel to decompress and unplug fit for a queen.
For the love of the booty.
A revitalizing approach to modern loungewear and natural, luxury bedding from Melbourne, Australia.
Luxury indie designer Angela Friedman ushers in lingerie’s next big trend with her ballet-inspired Autumn/Winter ’16 collection, “The Firebird” (a Live FAST exclusive first look).
A look at the thrilling and wildly immersive art of the second Unexpected festival in downtown Fort Worth, Arkansas.
The lines are blurred between art installation and public pool.
A touch of boutique on Moonstone Beach in Cambria has us packing the car.
Spanish photographer uses the wet plate collodion technique to give a spacey eeriness to her work.
For those whose perception of folks of color relies upon mainstream media representation, there is plenty for you to unpack.
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.