Posts Tagged ‘vol 29.5’
Mercer
Mercer

Photography Nigel Barker Styling Moses Dorota wears Venessa Arizaga necklace and bracelet Both photos: Dorota wears Stussy sweater Aquilano Rimondi dress Vans shoes Bing Bang NYC necklaceand earrings (worn throughout) Both photos: Malik wears Schott jacket Larissa wears A Détacher dress YRU shoes HUE stockings I Still Love You necklace Dorota wears Diesel t-shirt 6397 jeans Venessa Arizaga bracelet […]

Rebel Rebel
Rebel Rebel

Photography Peter Rosa Styling Mindy Saad Lauren wears Free People denim shirt Leka black top Salvatore Ferragamo skirt Fausto Puglisi boots Alexis Bittar necklace Kyra wears Fausto Puglisi top Miu Miu skirt Salvatore Ferragamo belt Coach boots Noir earring Diesel denim shirt Saint Laurent by Hedi Slimane dress Coach bag Ramy Brook shrug from Bloomingdales Diesel jacket […]

Love to Pose
Love to Pose

Model Jack Depew Posing as Cheshire Cat Occupation: Actor Vivienne Westwood Coat, Top, Bottom & Shoe Model Naka Biruma Posing as Lupita Nyong’o Occupation: Model Thomas Wylde Coat A.W.A.K.E. Dress Vivienne Westwood Shoes Model Cody Simpson Posing as Jim Morrison Occupation: Musician Gucci Top John Varvatos Coat, Leather Pants & Boots Model Erin Cummings Poses […]

Street Pulse SF
Street Pulse SF

PicsArt & Soma present: #madewithpicsart Photograph by Kristina Varaksina @kristinavaraksina Photograph by Sun Choi @sunchoiwoo Photograph by Eric Park @ericparkstudios Photograph by Eric Park @ericparkstudios Photograph by Sun Choi @sunchoiwoo Photograph by Sun Choi @sunchoiwoo Photograph by Sun Choi @sunchoiwoo Photograph by Eric Park @ericparkstudios Photograph by Sun Choi @sunchoiwoo Photograph by Eric Park @ericparkstudios […]

The Influencers
The Influencers

Melody McCloskey Melody McCloskey, 31, is somewhat of an anomaly in the beauty industry. In 2011, she co-founded StyleSeat, an online outlet for beauty professionals and their clients. The company was inspired by her love for technology and computer science. Today, StyleSeat is proof that style and technology are kindred spirits. What’s something you wish […]

The Influencers
The Influencers

Lindsey Nefesh-Clarke Lindsey Nefesh-Clarke, 44, is an entrepreneur of worldly sorts. From her education at the University of Cambridge and later at ESCP Europe, Lindsey began a professional path underscored by her social conscience. Before founding Women’s World Wide Web (W4), a Paris-based crowdfunding platform dedicated to empowering girls and women around the globe, Lindsey […]

The Influencers
The Influencers

Jing Zhou Jing Zhou, 31, is a reporter by trade, but it’s her entrepreneurial instincts that are writing her life’s work as of late. Using the cultural perspective she has gained from living in the urban settings of China and the United States, Jing has built a comprehensive and lucrative career within startup companies ranging […]

SHINOLA
SHINOLA

Bright, shiny, and made in Detroit There’s a once oft-used World War II era expression about not knowing “sh*t from Shinola,” which referred to a person too clueless to distinguish between excrement and the brownish-black shoe polish manufactured in Rochester, New York from 1907 to 1960. Now, when Shinola comes up in conversation, it’s most […]

Beauty Bets
Beauty Bets

Elizabeth Dehn You spent your formative years meticulously grooming your brows, testing countless shades of crimson, strawberry and blushing nude lipsticks while cultivating a large vocabulary of terms for facial scrubs, peels and masks. And for all your efforts, you might entertain the idea of diving into the vast ocean that is the blogging community […]

Beauty is Boring
Beauty is Boring

Robin Black There’s beauty in simplicity. Or is it the other way around? Robin Black, a notable and seasoned creative force in makeup artistry is the author of the distinctive blog, Beauty is Boring. There she provides a literal, dictionary-derived definition of beauty, describing it as “The quality or aggregate of qualities in a person […]

Rethink, Reuse, Revamp
Rethink, Reuse, Revamp

The Deconstructed Art of Orly Ruaimi When you look at the work of San Francisco-based artist Orly Ruaimi, you would never guess that the forty-two-year-old started out in finance. That career path didn’t pan out, and it’s easy to see why: Ruaimi’s jewelry and sculptures seem to effortlessly emerge from the ruins of some futuristic […]

Rozae Nichols
Rozae Nichols

Fashion designer Rozae Nichols, who grew up in Los Angeles and still lives here after a stint in Paris working for legendary French visionary Serge Bensimon, believes strongly in her California roots. This has forged her insistence on producing garments locally, in a sustainable and responsible fashion. Nichols started out as a fine artist and […]

Sleeping on a Jetplane
Sleeping on a Jetplane

In a country that’s famous for its bizarre experiential hotels—from the IceHotel in Lapland to the floating Utter Inn that features an underwater aquarium for guests to sleep in—comes a new take on the red eye flight. Arlanda’s Jumbo Stay hotel repurposes a retired Boeing 747 and turns it into a travel experience, offering passengers […]

Elohim
Elohim

Hailing from Los Angeles, Elohim, Hebrew for God, sings with god-like control and confidence. Although her latest singles “She Talks Too Much” and “Xanax” have been released by B3SCI Records for two months, they’ve gained popularity, generous reviews and various re-mixes by artists and bands such as COIN, BECOME and Gosh Pith, and it’s easy […]

Shirley Manson
Shirley Manson

Playing with Garbage Before he launched Garbage, drummer Butch Vig was already the well-known producer of Nirvana’s Nevermind and The Smashing Pumpkins’ Gish. Smart Studios, the recording complex in Madison, Wisconsin he ran with guitarist Steve Marker, was ground zero for the alternative rock scene when Vig, Marker and multi-instrumentalist Duke Erickson decided to start […]

Eric Adkins
Eric Adkins

The glow of over a hundred bottles of whiskey glimmers off the barman’s smooth head, accentuating the perspiration as veteran drinksmith Erik Adkins works away, mixing cocktails and pouring the amber goodness to the packed-in patrons at Hard Water. The Pier 3 whiskey bar is the latest Charles Phan venture, this time featuring whiskey—one of […]

An Exquisite Eye
An Exquisite Eye

Blake Kuwahara For those who know him, Blake Kuwahara is a name synonymous with design, and one of those thoroughly contemporary artists whose consideration for purpose in beauty is essential. Kuwahara has always been drawn to optics, a fitting relationship as his eye for composition and ability to translate what he sees to what he […]

Divino Man
Divino Man

With advertisements reminiscent of Kenzo and Michael Kors and an eye for vibrant, eye-catching hues, Adam Zaka, the head of Divino Man is starting to make waves in the fashion world. Turning against the current rave over minimalist aesthetic, he has strayed into the unknown territory of bright patterns and colors for menswear. His feminine […]

69
69

Gender, race, age, and size are insignificant to the creator of 69. These traits are meaningless when it comes to fashion, according to the fashion label, so meaningless that the designer hasn’t even released his or her own identity. While this may come across as shocking or peculiar to some, it also raises the question […]

She Moves Me
She Moves Me

Photography Sergio Kurhajec Styling Don Sumada Five women are stealing the editorial stage at SOMA. One is an entrepreneur, another is an anti-fashionista, there’s a Beyonce-producer, an internationally hailed vocalist, and dance-punk band leader. Together, they cover impressive ground—and they all have something in common: they are powerhouse rock stars and role models. Alexis Krauss, lead […]


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