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Chillhouse Founder Cyndi Ramirez’s Guide to Art Basel

Self-care is having a moment. And given the state of the things — political turmoil, social discord, environmental crises of potentially apocalyptic proportions — you can see why. There is an argument to be made that the first step in changing what’s going on without is by changing what’s...

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20 Questions with Designer Chris Gelinas

Waves were quickly made when New York City womenswear designer Chris Gelinas debuted his CG collection in 2013. That same year, he won the MADE for Peroni Young Designer Award. In 2014, he placed as a finalist in LVMH’s first Young Fashion Designers prize, ranking amongst such talents as...

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In the Studio with Joseph Algieri

Globs of resin, swirls of vinyl, piped loops of ceramic. From his studio in Brooklyn, artist and designer Joseph Algieri creates works where the natural order of things seems to be encouraged. Foam is left to settle into pools. Chaotic splatters create winning design motifs. The genius is in...

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At the Sushi Bar with Derek Feldman

Derek Feldman didn’t want to go into food. Not initially. He loved sports, studied sports management, graduated with the intention of going into the business of sports. But then he got sidelined. Put up in the hospital with an illness that would set him back for the better part...

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In the Studio with L.A. Designer Chris Earl

Chris Earl makes nice things. Things you’d like to have sitting in your living room, on your kitchen shelves. The the kind of things that make people say “Oooo… where did you get this?” when they walk into a home. That’s because Earl has an ingrained feel for quality,...

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In the Studio with Shinji Murakami

Those of us of a certain age will remember it clearly: sitting in front of a tube television, our young reflections trapped in its thick curved glass, fingers moving furiously over the rudimentary plane of a controller. In the right hand: red buttons, A and B. In the left:...

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The Interrogator with Helen Levi

Brooklyn-based ceramicist Helen Levi deals in the kind of perfect imperfection that is wholly aligned with the aesthetic of today. Each piece, made out of her light-filled industrial studio in Red Hook, is unique and bespoke. Lines waver, paint drips, colors meld. Levi’s work is the antithesis of mass...

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At the Table with Night + Market’s Kris Yenbamroong

In some ways, Night + Market seems inevitable. Kris Yenbamroong, its chef and founder, grew up in the kitchen of his family’s restaurant. Talesai was sleek, sexy, upmarket–a place Yenbamroong’s father, then a banker, could bring his banker friends to. It was a Sunset Boulevard staple that, at its...

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The Interrogator with Luz Ortiz

The work of jewelry designer Luz Ortiz—her loops of gold, drops of silver, spheres of polished stone—looks less fashioned by hand than it does harvested from nature itself. Her inspirational cues are taken from, as she puts it, “organic geometry,” with influences from architecture, modern art, and industrial design....

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The Interrogator with Jae Joseph

The word “curator” gets bandied about liberally these days, employed and heard at a frequency that foreshadows inevitable meaninglessness. A skill set once reserved for the upper echelon of salaried tastemakers — proto-influencers, if you prefer — today, everyone with an opinion and an Instagram account can lay claim to the...

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