BY Intern Laura in Crafty on Apr 01, 2010 |
Warmer days are finally upon us and we are getting closer to the Spring Craftacular on May 23rd! But if you (like us) are growing impatient, check out the launch of craft co-op Better Than Jam's 1st Friday Event tomorrow at The Loom in Brooklyn. The event will feature products from some of our favorite Craftacular vendors including WabiSabi Brooklyn, The Hand of Fatima, and KnitKnit just to name a few and we will be there to hand out copies ... Read More
BY Krista Ciminera in General on Apr 01, 2010 |
Lens Blog profiles photographer Zed Nelson, whose new book, "Love Me," illuminates the dark places that plastic surgery continues to go. In particular, Nelson is concerned with the homogenization that results from plastic surgery and how the people who he photographs around the world are beginning to look alike.
His photos span 17 countries, from nose jobs in Iran to leg lengthenings in China. In the United States, one photo tells the story of a ... Read More
Here are some pics from last week's party for the new issue...enjoy!
The Warsaw in Greenpoint was the perfect venue for BUSTSlingshot Dakota front woman reads an issueThe girls of Awkward TurtlesHuntersLight Asylum was amazing!!!Thanks for the awesome party ... Read More
BY Intern Laura in Style File on Apr 01, 2010 |
This month's issue of French Elle features plus size beauty Tara Lynn on its cover and in a roughly twenty page spread. While it's refreshing to see a non-impossibly thin model on the cover of a high fashion glossy, I agree with the folks over at The Cut and long for a day in which models of all sizes, from skinny to plus sized and everything in between, can be featured in the same magazine and plus sized models won't only appear as special features. Check out ... Read More
According to dailymail.co.uk:..."Archaelogists in Egypt have uncovered a 3,500-year-old 'door to the afterlife' belonging to the tomb of a high-ranking royal advisor to a female pharaoh.
The 175cm red granite false door, the likes of which were found in most ancient Egyptian tombs, was built to take the spirits of the dead to and from the afterworld.
The door is covered in religious texts and heiroglyphics and came from the tomb of User, the chief minister of 15th ... Read More