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In the Studio with Nora Shields

The work of L.A.-based artist Nora Shields feels more relevant than ever. Her architectural pieces, which often blend the crumpled metal masculinity of John Chamberlain with the soft and swaying fringe of a feminine flapper costume, seem to embody the current emotional landscape of many American women today: strength...

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In the Studio with Jesse Mockrin

The work can seem anachronistic, nostalgically luxurious. Los Angeles artist Jesse Mockrin eschews the oft alluring appeal of trend for work that stands unique within its era by borrowing from the past. While the paintings feel somehow familiar, guided by the framework Rococo masters established long ago, their clever...

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The Interrogator with David Wilcox

While staring down a Journeymen-created gauntlet of crusty bread heaped with meat, a wood board smeared with pate, some duck on a plate, it’s easy to forget you’re in Atwater Village, and not tucked into a wood-fired room in provincial France. The restaurant, opened in late-2017 with chef David...

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The Interrogator with Jennie Kwon

It’s a wonder when something so delicate and demure, placed side-by-side with louder, more assertive ornaments, can demand just as much attention. But that’s precisely what the work of Los Angeles-based jewelry designer Jennie Kwon does. Her pieces are a confident whisper in a world that shouts. Less–as that worn...

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How Thomas Jack Does Miami Music Week

You will know him by his loosely buttoned shirt and blonde curly hair–or, if your eyes are closed, that magical combo of saxophones, trumpets, violins, and beachy sway. The Australian DJ known as Thomas Jack helped pave the way for the auditory phenomenon known as “tropical house,” though he...

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6 Must-Have Spring Items from Creatures of Comfort

With outposts in Los Angeles and NYC, Creatures of Comfort has been a bi-coastal purveyor of uncommon goods since the West Coast outfit opened its doors in 2005. With a diverse range of interesting products for men, women, and household alike, CoC offers pieces that feel unique and bespoke–far...

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6 Must-Have Items for Spring from Saturdays NYC

Spring in New York. It’s here. Sort of. While we might not presently be luxuriating on the park, trapped in a humidity induced reverie while wearing the shortest of shorts quite yet, it’s most certainly acceptable to start collecting the intermediary goods. Which is why we’ve gone through the...

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The Weekender: September 12th

Fashion Week is GONE and we can all put our frumpiest sweats on, eat a sandwich (or six) and rejoice! You’ll be happy to know that the following weekend events are all wonderfully easy and effortlessly comfortable. Whether you’re eating, Lorde-ing, listening, or watching, relish, dear Weekenders, in the sheer passivity,...

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Discovering Glamour with Charles James

I’ll be honest. Before I went to the Charles James: Beyond Fashion exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, I was a little skeptical. I thought the show was going to be merely a display of ball gowns that were once worn by debutantes or socialites– your basic narcissistic celebration of...

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