Hip hop had over time fostered an artistic revolution that altered the zeitgeist world-over.
While the government of Hungary may have taken some justified flak for closing its borders to refugees, when it comes to art, the country maintains an open door policy.
Here are 5 books that Frederic Colier recommends diving into this August.
Textile maven Michelle Zahabian Baradarian, grew up in New York and has been around fabrics since birth.
The Festival International de Jazz de Montreal is the largest jazz festival in the world.
“Your hair looks sexy pushed back.”
This month my loyal readers and animal lovers, I introduce you to, Stella, Keiki and Molly, and yes they are the Princesses of Mecox Beach.
By Carlos Lacayo. Carnegie Hall, N.Y. Botanical Garden & THE N. Y. Historical Society Meryl Streep, Christine Baranski, Barbara Walters, Rufus Wainwright and Glenn Close have all experienced the delectable expertise of the Starr Catering Group (SCG) this summer at both Carnegie Hall and The New York Historical Society where they are the in house…
By Hugh Janus. A Stone Appears is an arthouse Meta-Avant Garde short film about a man and a woman live in an infinite routine loop, until a stone appears. A Stone Appears is a short film written and directed by Constantine Venetopoulos featuring award winning actor Bill Skarsgård and Emma Doxiadi, with cinematography by Award…
Always on Time: Ira Menitsky & Fred Martel By: Jennifer Azzolini photo credit: Andrew Werner | andrewwernerphotography.com Since 1830, Baume et Mercier has been a revered name in the luxury horological arena offering beautifully crafted Swiss watches at an affordable price. The launch of the limited edition Capeland Shelby Cobra 1963 watch marries the heritage the…