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THE “IT” FASHION BRANDS OF 2019

Each year, of the major fashion houses, a specific handful are particularly successfully in securing a position as one of the “it” brands of that year. This year's apparent favorite is Bottega Veneta, as seen on celebrities such as Victoria's Secret Angel Lily Aldridge and Modern Family actress Sofia Vergara, and Instagram influencers such as…

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NEW YORK ACADEMY OF ART + SOTHEBY’S “TAKE HOME A NUDE” BENEFIT AUCTION 2019

On October 15th the New York Academy of Art presents their annual "Take Home a Nude" benefit auction at Sotheby's, honoring Brooklyn-based artist Dana Schutz. All proceeds go towards scholarships and programs for the Academy. The auction includes over 200 pieces of sculpture, paintings, and drawings by notable artists, including many of their MFA graduates.…

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JEANETTE HAYES “(HOT GIRL) SUMMER FEATURING (HOT GIRL) SUMMER ART” EXHIBIT OPENS AT THE UNTITLED SPACE

On July 23rd, The Untitled Space opened Jeanette Hayes' latest solo exhibition, “(hot girl) summer featuring (hot girl) summer art by Jeanette Hayes.” The exhibit's title is inspired by rapper Meg Thee Stallion, and explores the playful and lighthearted mindset of summer through a series of detailed graphite on paper drawings and oil paintings. Curated…

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MUSEUMS AROUND THE WORLD CELEBRATE THE 50 YEAR ANNIVERSARY OF APOLLO 11

On July 20, 1969, the whole world watched as humankind made its first steps on the moon. It was at this moment in image history that began the expansion of human vision, photography and videography. As we're coming up to the half century mark of exploring Earth’s celestial neighbor, museums and institutions across the globe…

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WHY ART THERAPY IS GOOD FOR YOU

Art Therapy: (noun) 1. a form of psychotherapy involving the encouragement of free self-expression through painting, drawing, or modeling, used as a remedial activity or an aid to diagnosis. A hybrid field influenced by the merging of psychology and art, art therapy is not about becoming the next great sculptor, but about finding the meaning…

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ICP GETS POLITICAL WITH NEW EXHIBITIONS

Edmund Clark: The Day the Music Died Then They Came For Me: Incarceration of Japanese Americans during World War II Both through May 6th, 2018 ICP Museum: 250 Bowery, New York City The International Center for Photography has two new recently-opened exhibitions on view, both exploring politically relevant subject matter. The first, "Edmund Clark: The…

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I WENT INSIDE JACK ANTONOFF’S BEDROOM & LISTENED TO SONGS FROM HIS NEW ALBUM

On May 17th, 2017, Jack Antonoff posted a message to his 255K Instagram followers letting us know that we should be at 24th & Madison at promptly 5pm. This message was accompanied by an image of his childhood bedroom. As an avid Bleachers fan, I blindly obliged and found myself waiting in line, behind roughly…

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ANNA WISE ON INTERSECTIONALITY + THE FEMININE: ACT I & II

"I’m putting out these songs that can empower not just women, but all people, to love themselves and love others. That's the goal. Love is the goal." -Anna Wise As the mastermind behind her music and visual output, Anna Wise is completely in control of her own destiny and she’s using her artistic gifts and privilege…

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THE 1980’S ARE SET TO MAKE A COMEBACK IN 2017

2016 may have been the year of 90s revival with plenty of chokers and slip dresses to show for it, but trend forecasting has hinted that normcore grunge may have peaked, and the 80s are set to be the biggest decade trend of 2017. Between Pinterest’s pin tracking and Edited’s latest report, it’s a pretty…

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DESIGNERS WEIGH IN ON DRESSING MELANIA TRUMP

With the plethora of controversy surrounding President-Elect Donald Trump, it is no wonder that his wife, future First Lady Melania Trump, receives some slack as well. Whether being criticized for standing by a man making misogynistic comments to her comparative accomplishments of past First Ladies, it was only a matter of time until the fashion…

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PREVIEW: THE CW TO PREMIERE NEW SHOW RIVERDALE NEXT MONTH

Positioned by some to “fill the Gossip Girl-sized hole in your heart”, Riverdale, the CW’s newest show, has been gaining some high hopes from critics and bloggers alike. With a cast including Cole Sprouse, out of mainstream television for a while now, how could it not? Add that to the fact that their previous hit…

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TWENTY SEVEN YEARS LATER: THE FIGHT AGAINST VIOLENCE CONTINUES

#NeverBlameTheVictim is the campaign targeted towards ending violence against women, and reflecting upon it's lasting impacts. This campaign was run by YWCA Canada, recently concluding on December 6th, the 27 year anniversary of the Montreal Massacre. This day claimed the lives of 14 women in a college shooting by Marc Lépine, who went on his rampage…

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JACKIE FILM GAINS ACCOLADES FOR ITS DEPICTION OF THE FIRST LADY

Jackie, released in select films this past weekend, has caught the media's attention for its stylistic spin on a true story surrounding the enigma that has been Jackie Onassis Kennedy, written off by many as merely an interesting figure for a fashion plate or coffee book table. Not to be rash, the film did do an…

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GRAMMY NOMINATIONS 2017: THE NAMES AND THE EFFECTS

Before we get into it, there is an important fact about the Grammy nomination eligibility that needs to be addressed. The Academy accepts submissions of recordings for the 2017 awards that were released between October 1st, 2015 and September 30th, 2016. A year span, but with songs from the tail end of two years prior.…

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BRAND IDENTITY: SHAPING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MILLENNIALS AND MAKEUP

The relationship between millennials and makeup has three categories of people. There is the Kylie Cosmetics and Anastasia Beverly Hills crowd, the Glossier and Milk crowd, and the Maybelline and sometimes Stila or Bare Minerals crowd. This first group follows beauty Instagrams, watches reviews, lives for swatches, and will set alarms for when the lip…

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SOCIAL MEDIA AND POLITICIANS RALLY TO ENCOURAGE VOTER TURNOUT

It has become tiresome to think, write, or complain about the upcoming election, but, it is tomorrow. For many, a fatigue or surge of apathy isn’t an option. Politicians, celebrities, and every last social media and news outlet are begging: please vote. In recent statements and speeches, President Barack Obama has targeted different demographics with the underlying…

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WORKS & PROCESS INITIATIVE LAUNCHED WITH GUGGENHEIM GALA

Works and Process, the performing-arts series at the Guggenheim, has a new initiative, the Works and Process Rotunda Projects. By expanding in to the museum's famed rotunda the new programming continues a tradition of commissioning performances for the unique architecture of the Guggenheim's Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Peter B. Lewis Theater. On October 27, 2016, the Works & Process…

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BETH DITTO LAUNCHES SECOND PLUS-SIZED APPAREL COLLECTION

Beth Ditto has unveiled her second collection, collaborating with two of London's creatives – designer/club kid Charles Jeffrey and photographer Hanna Moon. The eleven-piece ready-to-wear collection is available in US sizes 14-28. The most popular silhouettes from Season One are re-imagined with new fabrics, with many new shapes debuting as well. This season takes inspiration from Ditto's most loved pieces from…

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PHILIP GUSTON: LAUGHTER IN THE DARK @ HAUSER & WIRTH

Philip Guston "Laughter in the Dark" Hauser & Wirth, NYC November 1st - January 14th November 1st, one week prior to the presidential general election, Hauser & Wirth opened ‘Philip Guston: Laughter in the Dark, Drawings from 1971 & 1975', an exhibition devoted to the renowned late artist’s satirical caricatures of the 37th President of…

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THE NEW MUSEUM’S DEMOCRACY THEMED SEASON CONTINUES AS ELECTION DRAWS NEAR

The New Museum’s Democracy-themed season presents a series of public programs and conversations around matters of representation, suppression, constitutional protection, political identity, and activism. A residency and exhibition with My Barbarian (Malik Gaines, Jade Gordon, and Alexandro Segade) anchors the season. Working at the intersection of theater, visual arts, and critical practice, the collective uses…

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