Posts Tagged ‘30.3’
Amy & Adaptation
Amy & Adaptation

While others talk about breaking through barriers, Amy Purdy proves it is her barriers that gave her the ability to catapult into another level of living. When Amy was nineteen, she contracted bacterial meningitis, a bacterial infection that nearly took her life—she does, in fact remember dying. “I felt my last breath.” It was at […]

I Love You
I Love You

May wears Isabel Marant jacket and shorts Kara wears Isabel Marant top and pant Shirley wears Salvatore Ferragamo dress Ziggy wears Zara pant with suspenders Olivia wears Cushnie Et Ochs jumpsuit Mauza wears Michael Kors Collection top and skirt Shamona wears Jason Wu dress Claire wears Gucci jacket Yu wears Dsquared shirt and shorts Leaf […]

Faces of New York
Faces of New York

Paul Richard New York City street portrait artist plays with the public’s awareness to their urban surroundings by painting on city sidewalks to offer different viewpoints. Kenzo Minami Artist originally from Japan and now based in New York, with some of his work featured in the MoMA Architecture and Design collection. Dustin Yellin Contemporary artist […]

A Rare Glimpse Inside Yayoi Kusama’s Ethereal World
A Rare Glimpse Inside Yayoi Kusama’s Ethereal World

Known for her dazzling walk-in installations and avant-garde artwork, Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama will offer an unprecedented glimpse inside her dizzying world with a North American tour that commences at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington DC. From Feb 23, 2017 to May 14, 2017 the museum will host an in-depth retrospective of […]

The Museum of Broken Relationships
The Museum of Broken Relationships

A coffee mug, a wedding dress, and a fake pair of plastic breasts. What do each of these things have in common? They’re all relics of past romances on display at the Museum of Broken Relationships. The permanent installation features over a hundred objects alongside personal stories about ended relationships from across the globe. Each […]

Love to Pose
Love to Pose

Model Odin Grina He is an artist, gallery owner, entrepreneur, producer, stylist, poet and model represented by Red Model Management, NY. Search & Destroy NYC jacket Singer/songwriter Hailey Knox The seventeen-year-old from Upstate New York will release her first EP in June with S-Curve records. Follow her on the life streaming platform, YouNow, where she […]

Bianca Cheng Costanzo
Bianca Cheng Costanzo

The Creation of Bloom Blanket and Return to Self The Skype call came in from Berlin, Germany in the early morning hours. It had been almost a decade since I had seen Bianca. She appeared on the screen, freckles now dotting her porcelain skin, which contrasted against a shock of wavy, dark hair. Her eyes […]

The Influencers
The Influencers

 Jason Grishkoff Jason Grishkoff, 30, launched his music blog, Indie Shuffle, out of a passion for sharing music. Born and raised in South Africa, Grishkoff says he pursues a “digital nomadic” lifestyle, traveling back and forth from the States, Europe, and South Africa. The idea for Indie Shuffle came from wanting and needing to share […]

The Influencers
The Influencers

Natan Edelsburg Natan Edelsburg, 28, is the Executive Vice President of both Muck Rack and the Shorty Awards—both are all about finding the right people amid the non stop buzz of information on the Internet. Muck Rack helps journalists and sources connect, and the Shorty Awards identifies and honors the best on social media. Edelsburg […]

Ariana’s Diaries
Ariana’s Diaries

Dispatch from Kabul Photograph by Shelby Duncan I told myself I wouldn’t return to Kabul until I finished my new album and film. Now that everything is finished and soon to be released, I knew I was ready again. My parents were headed there for meetings so I came at the same time. I have […]

Adrian Cheng
Adrian Cheng

Adrian Cheng may only be 36 years old, but he’s undeniably taken the Chinese business world by storm. For starters, Cheng is the Executive Vice-Chairman and Joint General Manager of the New World Group, a Hong Kong-based business empire that was founded by Cheng’s grandfather in 1970. The company—one of Hong Kong’s largest—focuses on property […]

Street Pulse
Street Pulse

1. If you could change anything in SF what would it be? 2. What makes you authentic? 3. How does culture and tradition affect your personal style? Gabriel Gonzalez 1. The disparity and lack of affordable housing. 2. I’m my own person. 3. Most of the t-shirts I own I’ve gotten for free. Maya Konig […]

Road Twenty-Two
Road Twenty-Two

 The Road to Redemption There are staggering statistics regarding female incarceration in the United States that are rarely discussed. Many would be surprised to know the majority of women in the justice system are there for nonviolent crimes. About eighty percent of female inmates are mothers and the bulk of those released will end up […]

Claire Barrow
Claire Barrow

Claire Barrow’s fashion is eccentric, provocative, and erotic. Her designs depict the interests and struggles of youth, and her collections take on the air of London’s ideological exploration on gender and sexuality. A student of the Fashion at the University of Westminster, her work brings British culture to life through her fashion. Ms. Barrow is […]

Titania Inglis
Titania Inglis

Since her breakout collection in 2010 that featured vegetable and rust dye techniques, the evolution of fashion designer Titania Inglis has been in stride with that of industry disruptors like Vivienne Westwood and Zandra Rhodes. Growing up in Ithaca, New York among woodlands and waterfalls, Titania was an environmentalist long before she became what she […]

Biking On Water
Biking On Water

 Unabating Inventor Finds Believers Schiller Bikes founder, Judah Schiller, guides me through narrow channels between rows of polychromatic Sausalito houseboats on Richardson Bay as he shares his story of trial, error, and success. “When I first launched Schiller Bikes, I had a lot of skeptics,” he says. “Nobody believed in the vision…nobody really ever saw […]

Obsessions of a Creative
Obsessions of a Creative

 Jeff Bentley For Blue C’s Chief Creative Officer Jeff Bentley, a morning commute is a bit of a meditation. It’s only a couple of miles from his home to Blue C’s Costa Mesa offices, but it’s enough for him to get into a groove behind the wheel of one of his vintage cars and get […]

Isabel Marant
Isabel Marant

Synonymous with luxury fashion, Isabel Marant built her enigmatic brand brick-by-brick in order to achieve her vision with freedom and integrity. Marant’s relationship with garment-production began at fifteen, sewing and reworking vintage army jackets. She established her brand in 1994 and the influence of hand-altered army jackets remains ever-present in her modern collections. Offering a […]

Getting into Character with Sophie Dalah
Getting into Character with Sophie Dalah

It was just another night of doing her homework when eighteen-year-old, Sophie Dalah got the phone call that would change her life. After beating out hundreds of girls in Australia, Dalah received the news that she landed a supporting role in Angelina Jolie’s UNBROKEN. After her stunning debut in the critically acclaimed film, Dalah, now […]

Sheila Vand’s Taste for the Dark & Bizarre
Sheila Vand’s Taste for the Dark & Bizarre

Sheila Vand’s dark and rebellious magnetism travels with her on and offscreen. Vand made her big film debut in Ben Affleck’s ARGO, and 2 years later she starred in the award-winning Iranian Vampire Western, A GIRL WALKS ALONE AT NIGHT. It was a starring role that was written specifically for her. Since then, she’s been […]

Julian Morris
Julian Morris

 How Politics Tie Into His Craft As a child, Julian Morris was shy and introverted, but found himself excelling in one of the most unlikely places: onstage. Training under Anne Scher’s Theatre Program in London, Morris’ shyness melted away and it was clear he had a gift for acting. After his training, he went on […]

Dora Madison
Dora Madison

 & What She’s Supposed To Do Growing up in Hutto,Texas as the youngest of seven children, Dora Madison was always an outlier. Acting since she was a tween, Madison landed her first big role at 18 years old on the popular and critically acclaimed NBC Series, “Friday Night Lights,” where she starred as “Becky.” Her […]

Glass Distillery
Glass Distillery

Until recently, artisan glass was reserved for royalty and the extremely wealthy, produced in Venice by master glassmakers. Leave it to the Pacific Northwest to disrupt centuries of tradition. In the early 70’s, pioneer glassmakers like Dale Chihuly started a new movement of glass for the masses, melding traditional techniques with a sculptural approach. When […]


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