No matter what kind of year 2017 ends up being, we could all use more art in our lives.
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We chatted with her about the inspiration behind her record, the fashion sense she inherited from her mother, and how she was able to free herself creatively.
The photos on this particular roll of film include everything from the most remote places in Iceland, to partying with friends in LA, as well as a quite intimate self portrait of the emotion I was feeling after getting my heart broken.
Never underestimate the power of a woman.
Julia-Elise Childs pens an emotional open letter to our 44th president, Mr. Barack Obama.
We’ve got a strong feeling there is something good around every corner right now, and this editorial just proves it to be true.
Hotel Magnolia reminds us that where you stay in a city is an experience all to itself. A truly historic and well styled destination serves as the ideal home base for falling in love with Santiago, Chile.
An editorial shot in Cape Town, South Africa touching into a different kind of domestic.
The Women’s March on Washington aims to send a bold message to our new government on their first day in office, and to the world that women’s rights are human rights. Join us as we celebrate the power of femininity.
Leslie Bembinster talks science, modeling, and the make up of the two in this powerful editorial by Grant Legan.
Cyndia Harvey explores the dynamism and pure beauty of Afro hair in “This Hair of Mine,” a deeply personal short film about the intimate relationship between hair and woman within the African diaspora.
Like the safe islands around a good high. Pearl Charles and her moody lightheartedness will be headlining at The Echo, January 12th.
In honor of letting bygones be bygones, Julia-Elise is meditating on her favorite things that have happened so far in 2017. Who knew four days could bring such joy?
Enlisting Tiah Eckhardt of The Daily Knicker as our Lingerie Editor was a big highlight of 2016. A recap of her favorite releases of the year.
Her best of 2016 are touchingly and unexpectedly intimate, a breath of fresh mountain air, honoring the vulnerability and beauty of the female form without any objectification or exploitation.
From her collage work to editorials, everything this woman touches carry a sense of the strange and the magical.
Straddling the line between fantasy and reality, between sweet dream and surreal nightmare, he brings out an unharnessed and highly erotic energy in the women he photographs that is thrilling to witness.
Lovesick kids and midnight golden dance parties with Dan Regan’s best of.
Like a cold glass of water reminding us there are sunny days and strange shores to visit in the coming year.
From the streets of Havana to the the glassy waters of Greece, we have this woman to thank for some of our most inspiring content.
A simple bold color palate and a poem with real persona takes this editorial into new spaces.