Friday, February 14, 2014 Artsy Fartsy: Our Favorite Collections From Fall 2014 NYFW
MARC BY MARC JACOBS
New York Fashion Week is officially donezo, which means it’s time to eat a burger, take a nap, and try to wrap our heads around all the awesomeness that paraded down the runway. So, with the help of illustrator Janelle Burger, we rounded up our 5 favorite NYFW shows to share with our fellow fashion freaks. First up: Marc by Marc Jacobs’ BMX-racer-meets-Working-Girls sporty printed pieces. We are so down with this comfy couture look, and, yes, we totally just made that term up.
Thursday, February 13, 2014 Artsy Fartsy: Sexy Mags, Part 2: Adult
In the lead up to February’s annual love-in, Phoebe Lovatt spoke to the people behind two magazines that are challenging the way we look at sex, erotica, and the ever-shifting space in between. Yesterday, she chatted up TALC creative director Edward Vince, but today she talks with Sarah Nicole Prickett, founding editor of Adult magazine.
Tuesday, February 11, 2014 Artsy Fartsy: Sexy Mags, Part 1: Talc
In the lead up to February’s annual love-in, Phoebe Lovatt spoke to the people behind two magazines that are challenging the way we look at sex, erotica, and the ever-shifting space in between. First up: TALC founder and creative director Edward Vince.
Wednesday, February 5, 2014 Artsy Fartsy: L.A. Book Fair
We’re not afraid to admit that we spent most of our weekend nose-deep in books. Like, lots and lots of books. We stopped by the second annual L.A. Book Fair at MOCA’s Geffen Contemporary campus to scope out some seriously cool art magazines, photography books and, yes, even take a gander at the killer street style. Get inspired by some of our favorite snaps below.
Monday, January 13, 2014 Artsy Fartsy: Doodler Extraordinaire Hattie Stewart
It’s not often you stumble upon an artist who calls themselves a “professional doodler,” but Hattie Stewart is certainly in a league of her own. The London-based illustrator has T-shirts, shoes, totes, and even dinnerware with her designs on it, but–we have to admit–one of our favorite Hattie creations are her balls-out magazine doodles. Seriously, take a gander at just a few of her trippy cover takeovers, and you’ll never, ever look at Vogue the same again.