DIOR’S PRE-FALL 2020 MENSWEAR COLLECTION MADE ITS DEBUT IN MIAMI

Iconic fashion house Dior presented their menswear show in Miami on December 3rd, to an enthusiastic audience. Celebrities such as Bella Hadid, Travis Scott and Kim Kardashian were among those fortunate enough to get an invite to experience the show's fusion of art, culture, fashion, and music. Artistic director Kim Jones brought surfwear giant Shawn…

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BETYE SAAR CRITIQUES THE FAMILIAR AND EXPLORES THE UNKOWN IN “THE LEGENDS OF BLACK GIRL’S WINDOW” AT MOMA

Betye Saar "The Legends of Black Girl's Window" MoMA Through January 4, 2020 African American artist Betye Saar is celebrated with an examination of her early work as a printmaker in exhibition The Legends of Black Girl's Window, one of a few select other exhibits that are part of MoMA's Fall 2019 opening season. After…

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THE RISE AND FALL OF THE CONTROVERSIAL VICTORIA’S SECRET FASHION SHOW

L Brands, Victoria's Secret parent company, confirmed last Thursday that the famed Victoria's Secret fashion show is canceled, at least for now. Chief Financial Officer Stuart Burgdoerfer claimed the show was great for branding at the time of its first airing in 2001, but now it's time for the company to evolve. Significant declines in…

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RAVE MUSIC PUTS A POSITIVE SPIN ON PROTESTS IN COUNTRIES RIDDLED WITH CONFLICT

“Techno unites us,” says one sign that a protestor in Lebanon holds up to the night sky as hundreds of people gather in Martyrs’ Square in Beirut. Nationwide protests in Lebanon began last month as a response to the government’s lack of initiative in finding solutions to the economic crisis, the worst since the end…

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TRANSGENDER MODELS DOMINATE THE FASHION INDUSTRY IN 2019

As we dive into a new era of inclusivity, the LGBTQ community is finally getting the attention and recognition it deserves - most prominently in the fashion/modeling scenes. We are in the midst of a groundbreaking milestone for models. African-American model Donyale Luna paved the way for this anti-discrimination movement after appearing on the cover…

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BROOKLYN MUSEUM ADDRESSES REPRODUCTIVE RIGHTS CONTROVERSY WITH FILM FESTIVAL

Reproductive Rights Film Festival November 8th - 9th The Brooklyn Museum 200 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn, NY The Brooklyn Museum introduces a film festival devoted to reproductive rights, a highly politicized topic in 2019. It's been more than 4 decades since Roe v. Wade passed, and yet the conversation surrounding a women's right to choose if,…

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NEWFEST ANNOUNCES 2019 AWARD WINNERS

NewFest, New York's LGBTQ film festival, announced the winners of their audience awards, as well as juried narrative, documentary, and short film awards. This year was the 31st edition of the festival and took place from October 23rd-29th. NewFest Executive Director David Hatkoff and Director of Programming Nick McCarthy announced the winners on Tuesday. Jurors…

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NEW YORK’S LGBTQ FILM FESTIVAL, NEW FEST, CELEBRATES 30+ YEAR HISTORY

NEW YORK’S LGBTQ FILM FESTIVAL October 23-29, 2019 Locations: VA Theatre - 333 W 23rd St. Cinépolis - Chelsea 260 W 23rd St. The LGBT Community Center - 208 W 13th St. New York's LGBTQ film festival kicked off its week-long celebration dedicated to representing women, men, and non-binary people in the LGBTQ community through…

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THE MOMA REVEALS FRESH MUSEUM EXPERIENCE WITH REOPENING

New York's Museum of Modern Art reopened on October 20th after being closed for nearly four months. The $400 million put into the renovation went towards more extensive galleries, live performance spaces, more dining options, and a fresh new store. The extra 40,000 square feet of space means more room for the three million visitors…

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EXHIBIT ON THE LEGENDARY STUDIO 54 TO HIT THE BROOKLYN MUSEUM NEXT SPRING

Mark your calendars! The Brooklyn Museum has an exciting exhibit coming up in March 2020 that is certain to draw a crowd as huge as the legendary night club on display. The subject is the iconic Studio 54, which opened in 1977 and quickly became a staple of New York City nightlife. People from all…

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THE GET DOWN AND ECSTATIC DANCE ARE CHANGING THE WAY WE THINK ABOUT ELECTRONIC MUSIC

Electronic dance music is rooted in the principles of peace, love, unity, and respect. For a lot of ravers, that means sharing your molly with friendly strangers, or giving out kandi (colorful, beaded bracelets) with sayings like "legalize cocaine." Rave culture is synonymous with heavy drug use. The idea is this: How are you supposed…

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