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The Row SS17, New York

Posted on February 1, 2017 by Cecilia Musmeci

Among The Row’s core values, intimacy definitely occupies an important place. In the age of the masses and spectacular shows, Mary Kate and Ashley’s approach to fashion is rather subtle and discreet, focused on delivering  beautiful garments of outstanding quality […]

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Haider Ackermann FW17, Paris

Posted on January 29, 2017 by Cecilia Musmeci

No thoughts, just instinct. Haider Ackermann’s tribe of bohemian punks rocks the night without feeling the heaviness of the world. With tailored finery and second-skin pants they burn in the darkness for a moment like comet tails. Elegantly messy, the […]

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Rafaël Y. Herman The Night Illuminates The Night, Rome

Posted on January 24, 2017 by Cecilia Musmeci

The Museum of Contemporary Art of Rome (MACRO) Testaccio will present the first solo show of  Israeli artist Rafaël Y. Herman in Rome, on display from January 25th through 26.March 2017. Entitled The Night Illuminates The Night, the exhibition features […]

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Wales Bonner FW17, London

Posted on January 16, 2017 by Cecilia Musmeci

“Take shelter under my tongue, I’ll tell you what I hear, I’m everything you want to be and all that you fear” – Lynette Yiadom-Boakye for Wales Bonner Grace Wales Bonner pays homage to her roots through a subtle yet […]

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Ken Price Retrospective at Hauser & Wirth, London

Posted on January 16, 2017 by Cecilia Musmeci

Hauser & Wirth presents a retrospective of the work of Ken Price, the Los Angeles-born artist who treated ceramics as sculptures and introduced them into the realm of fine arts. The wide selection of pieces on display highlights the artist’s strong […]

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J.W. Anderson FW17, London

Posted on January 10, 2017 by Cecilia Musmeci

Entering J.W. Anderson’s  Autumn show venue, one had the impression of stepping into a labyrinth-like Pop Art painting filled with a strange brew of calm and hyperactivity. Familiar yet psychedelic, the setting perfectly embodied the essence of the collection: a […]

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And It Split the Scene, Vermont

Posted on December 21, 2016 by Matthew Domescek

A Magazine Curated By presents an exclusive portfolio shot in Vermont, December 2016, featuring the Proenza Schouler Resort 2017 collection. A four hour drive north of Manhattan, five friends explore the rural landscape on the day before snowfall.   Creative Direction by Matthew […]

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Imagining Millennial Utopias by Rowan Oliver, NYC.

Posted on December 16, 2016 by

Artist Rowan Oliver celebrates New York’s newest crop of talent with a series of reflective statements. Norwegian designer Bror August’s swirled and lofty womenswear meets the armour-like and hand-assembled designs of Womens History Museum and the modern couture of designer Gogo Graham, […]

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Derniers Feux by Vanessa Munier, Romania

Posted on December 13, 2016 by Cecilia Musmeci

Vanessa Munier recently journeyed through Transylvania and captured the storied landscape in a series of images. The photographer aimed to record the dying folk culture, which still carefully cherishes the many myths and rituals that created Transylvania’s national idenitity. Munier explored the snowy […]

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A Conversation with Chloe Wise, Montreal

Posted on December 12, 2016 by Matthew Domescek

Artist Chloe Wise’s new solo exhibition Cats not fighting is a horrible sound as well at Division Gallery, Montreal is a contemporary Italian renaissance affair. Realistic sculptures of foods pierced or drizzled in olive oil decorate a wooden two-by-four set filled with paintings […]

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