EUROTRENDS: FALL/WINTER 2020

The European runways hit the mark on what exquisite fall/winter dressing means: contrasting plaids, oversized men-inspired coats, lace-y little numbers under wool, and statement puffer sleeves that can easily go over warm turtlenecks. These roomy, winter-approved pieces will create a palette of layers - not only for warmth but also for declaring personal style. From…

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TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL 2020 ANNOUNCES FEATURE FILM LINEUP

The 2020 Tribeca Film Festival  has unveiled its 'feature film' lineup. Continuing its tradition of championing the discovery of emerging voices and celebrating new work from established talent, the 19th edition of the Festival foregrounds comedic, music-centered, political and socially-conscious films from diverse storytellers who use art to inspire positive change and community restoration. The…

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THE MET TO EXPLORE 100 YEARS OF PHOTOGRAPHY THROUGH ANN TENENBAUM & THOMAS H. LEE COLLECTIONS

Photography’s Last Century: The Ann Tenenbaum and Thomas H. Lee Collection On View: March 10–June 28, 2020 Location: The Met Fifth Avenue, Galleries 691–693 Opening March 10, 2020, the exhibition Photography’s Last Century: The Ann Tenenbaum and Thomas H. Lee Collection celebrates the remarkable ascendancy of photography in the last hundred years through the magnificent promised gift to…

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NYFW FALL/WINTER 2020: TREND REPORT

New York Fashion Week in February presents the collections that will hit the stores (and our instagram feeds) this upcoming fall season - plaids, iridescent lames and military greens all made the cut this Fall/Winter 2020. From established mega-houses like Tom Ford and Marc Jacobs to rising young minds like Kim Shui and Laquan Smith,…

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ART BASEL HONG KONG CANCELLED AMID CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK

Following the severe outbreak of the novel coronavirus, which has recently been declared a global health emergency by the World Health Organization, Art Basel had no option but to cancel the upcoming edition of Art Basel Hong Kong. The fair was scheduled to take place at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (HKCEC) from…

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THE WHITNEY TO PRESENT “VIDA AMERICANA: MEXICAN MURALISTS REMAKE AMERICAN ART 1925-1945”

"Vida Americana: Mexican Muralists Remake American Art, 1925–1945" February 17 - May 17, 2020 The Whitney Museum Mexico underwent a radical cultural transformation at the end of its Revolution in 1920. A new relationship between art and the public was established, giving rise to art that spoke directly to the people about social justice and…

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TRINA MERRY “OBJECTIFIED” PERFORMANCE + EXHIBITION TO OPEN AT THE UNTITLED SPACE NOVEMBER 14TH

TRINA MERRY “OBJECTIFIED” A Performance & Exhibition Curated by Indira Cesarine OPENING RECEPTION / PERFORMANCE November 14, 2019 6pm – 8pm  RSVP events@untitled-space.com EXHIBITION ON VIEW   November 14 – November 16, 2019 THE UNTITLED SPACE 45 Lispenard Street NYC 10013 The Untitled Space will be presenting a one-night-only live performance by celebrated camouflage body painting…

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S/S 2020 EUROTRENDS FROM THE RUNWAYS OF LONDON, PARIS + MILAN

Fashion month is officially over. From NYC to Paris, the trends on the runway for Spring/Summer 2020 instructed us leave lots of closet room for bright colors, modern-business-meeting suits, splashes of tie dye, and colorful leathers. We've concocted the recurring fashion trends we saw in Europe - London, Paris and Milan put the cherry on…

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NYFW SPRING/SUMMER 2020: COLLECTIONS ON OUR RADAR

From cheerful streetwear to charming classics, the Spring/Summer 2020 collections presented at NYFW by this generation of risk-taking creatives are pushing the boundaries of ready-to-wear onto a new arena; one without rules. Some of our favorite this season include Laurence & Chico, Kaimin, and Threeasfour. LAURENCE & CHICO Laurence & Chico's third collection ever was…

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NYFW SPRING/SUMMER 2020: RUNWAY TRENDS

The trends we saw at NYFW Spring 2020 are a dynamic mashup of several identities and styles, catering to a wide variety of body types, making it a celebration of diversity, innovativeness and glamour. Check out our favorite trends from the Summer 2020 runway shows at New York Fashion Week below. CORSETS FOR ALL In…

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NEW YORK FASHION WEEK SPRING/SUMMER 2020: HIGHLIGHTS

The runway shows at New York Fashion Week for Spring/Summer 2020 were an array of several identities - each designer injecting their personal DNA onto the looks and trends that will ultimately rule the streets as soon as the Summer 2020 sunrays hit the sidewalks. Take a look at our highlights from our favorite shows…

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ARTIST WANGECHI MUTU TO CREATE THE FIRST-EVER EXTERIOR INSTALLATION AT THE MET

The Facade Commission presents Wangechi Mutu: The NewOnes, will free Us Sept. 9, 2019 - Jan. 12, 2020 The Met Fifth Avenue Kenyan-American artist Wangechi Mutu has been selected to create sculptures for The Met's Fifth Avenue facade niches—the first-ever such installation on the Museum's historic exterior—inaugurating a new annual artist commission series. The works will…

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FAMED FASHION PHOTOGRAPHER PETER LINDBERGH PASSES AWAY AT THE AGE OF 74

    View this post on Instagram   Estelle Lefébure, Karen Alexander, Rachel Williams, Linda Evangelista, Tatjana Patitz & Christy Turlingto The biggest names in fashion are mourning the loss of a legendary fashion force: photographer Peter Lindbergh. Announced on September 4th, 2019, on his instagram account, the photographer’s team released a statement that read:…

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51FEST IS THE FIRST FESTIVAL CELEBRATING WOMEN IN FILM

"I heard he was suing for defamation, and I thought - the hell you are, not this time."- Harvey Weinstein accuser Hope D’Amore had the audience at 51fest in pin-drop silence as she detailed the daily challenge of confronting the latest news about her alleged attacker. 51Fest inaugurated their first-ever edition with astonishing praise and…

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HAUTE COUTURE FALL 2019: TREND HIGHLIGHTS

Haute Couture is synonymous with opulence and drama; the utmost form of fashion is not mass-fabricated ready-to-wear - its carefully and uniquely crafted in France. We've rounded up eight trends we saw and loved at the Fall Couture 2019 runway shows, including mini-dresses, loud prints, and statement accessories. CELESTIAL HEADWEAR What's couture without theatrical camp?…

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TRIBECA ART+CULTURE NIGHT JUNE 20TH

Tribeca Art Night June 20th // 6:00-9:00PM 25+ Tribeca venues Exhibitions, Tours, Workshops, Live Performances & Talks Tribeca, NY During the evening of June 20th, Tribeca Art+Culture Night visitors will be able to enjoy exhibitions, workshops, talks, readings, and performances. Visitors can pick and choose what they're curious about and explore/interact accordingly with all sorts…

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JEFF KOON’S RABBIT IS THE MOST EXPENSIVE PIECE SOLD BY A LIVING ARTIST

Jeff Koons' "Rabbit" (1986) just sold for 91.1 million dollars - making the steel figure the most expensive piece of art sold by a living artist. The 41-inch-high bunny was sold at  Christie's in New York for more than $20 million over its asking price - $70 million. Koons has not been a favorite in…

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“QUEER CALIFORNIA: UNTOLD STORIES” ADDRESSES LGBTQ HISTORICAL MILESTONES

Queer California: Untold Stories On view: April 13–August 11 OMCA (Oakland Museum of CA) Oakland, CA The Oakland Museum of California (OMCA) opened a major exhibition on April 13th that combines art and history to tell the untold and under-recognized stories of California’s LGBTQ+ communities. On view through August, the exhibit goes beyond mainstream narratives…

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