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"Uncomfortable": A Series of Everyday Objects by 3D Artist Katerina Kamprani

June 14, 2023 in Design & Décor by Charlotte Sinclair

The "Uncomfortable" series by 3D artist Katerina Kamprani offers an intriguing exploration of everyday objects. Kamprani has taken familiar items and modified them in a way that makes them uncomfortable or even frustrating to use.

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Luxury Meets Everyday Life: Chris Rhodes' Jewelry Shoot for W Magazine

June 15, 2023 in Fashion & Style by Charlotte Sinclair

In a sparkling jewelry shoot for W Magazine, photographer Chris Rhodes brings together the unlikely pairing of high-end jewels and everyday objects. The shoot showcases stunning diamonds from Bulgari, Graff, Van Cleef, Tiffany & Co., Messika, Chanel, and Cartier, set against a backdrop of food, toys, and household items.

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Dennis Wojtkiewicz: A Symphony of Fruits and Flowers in Art

July 5, 2023 in Arts & Culture by Charlotte Sinclair

In the world of contemporary art, few can rival the proficiency and dedication of Bowling Green-based artist, Dennis Wojtkiewicz. His specialty? A unique focus on fruits, flowers, and berries, meticulously painted to reflect their essence and subtleties.

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Valentino Couture: Elegance for Everyday Life

July 6, 2023 in Fashion & Style by Julian Everett

This season's couture collection from Valentino, under the creative direction of Pierpaolo Piccioli, is best described as "couture for life". Emphasizing simplicity and comfort, Piccioli designs each piece to be both stunningly beautiful and surprisingly practical.

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The Happiness in Ordinary Moments: Illustrations by Ji-Hyuk Kim

July 14, 2023 in Arts & Culture by Julian Everett

Korean artist Ji-Hyuk Kim believes that happiness can be found in the most ordinary of moments. Through his warm and bright illustrations, he depicts simple pleasures and everyday scenes, from strolls through the park to encounters with loved ones and routine chores. According to Kim, each day offers us at least one reason to smile and feel genuine joy about the world that surrounds us.

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Soccercore: The Surprising Fashion Trend Taking Over the Streets

Aug. 2, 2023 in Fashion & Style by Julian Everett

As the fashion world continues to blur the lines between sportswear and everyday style, a surprising trend is making waves - soccercore. The trend has solidified football fan fashion as not only an expression of team loyalty but also a major fashion statement. Football jerseys and shorts are no longer confined to sports stadiums; they've stepped off the pitch and onto the streets of metropolises worldwide.

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Benedict Cumberbatch: Sophisticated Casualness in Prada's New Campaign

Aug. 12, 2023 in Models & Actresses Photos by Charlotte Sinclair

Benedict Cumberbatch, the famed British actor, has taken part in Prada's new advertising campaign. He appears in the shots wearing a fake collar, carrying a thermos, and presumably, sandwiches in his bag. This unconventional and amusing look carries a profound meaning and embodies a mixture of sophistication and everyday life.

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The Miniature Worlds of Tatsuya Tanaka: A Glimpse into Everyday Magic

Sept. 4, 2023 in Photography & Visuals by Julian Everett

Tatsuya Tanaka, born in 1981 in Nagano, Japan, has been captivating audiences worldwide with his unique approach to photography since he began his career in 2003. Best known for his miniature photos, Tanaka takes ordinary objects and puts them in extraordinary settings.

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Julia Fox Keeps It Real (and Hilariously Relatable) in Camper's New Fall/Winter Campaign

Sept. 5, 2023 in Fashion & Style by Charlotte Sinclair

Hey y'all, guess who's making everyday mishaps look high fashion? It's Julia Fox! Yep, our fave influencer-turned-Victoria’s-Secret-angel is showing us the flip side of glam in Camper’s new Fall/Winter campaign, and it's nothing short of iconic.

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The Elegance of Simplicity: Elsa Peretti's Padova Bubble Blower at Tiffany & Co.

Sept. 5, 2023 in Design & Décor by Charlotte Sinclair

The Italian-born designer Elsa Peretti has been receiving considerable attention lately for her groundbreaking designs. Among her many contributions to the world of luxury goods, one that stands out for its elegance and transformative quality is the Padova Bubble Blower for Tiffany & Co.

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Leather Ties and Double Shirts: Mattheu Blazy Sets the Business Mood in New Bottega Veneta Shoot

Sept. 6, 2023 in Fashion & Style by Julian Everett

When it comes to business wear, the traditional suit-and-tie look has dominated for years. But Bottega Veneta, under the creative direction of Mattheu Blazy, is challenging that notion in its latest shoot. The Italian luxury brand presents office wear as you've never seen it before—filled with bold choices that include leather ties, double shirts, and even all-knit ensembles.

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Paris Hilton Launches Kitchenware Line: A Collaboration with Walmart

Sept. 29, 2023 in Design & Décor by Charlotte Sinclair

Paris Hilton, inspired by her culinary show on Netflix and her recent entrance into motherhood, has launched a kitchen and home line in collaboration with Walmart. This collection appears to be Hilton's attempt to bring a touch of her characteristic glamour to everyday kitchen items, combining practicality with her iconic aesthetic.

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Ernie Barnes: Celebrating the Vibrant Life of African Americans Through Art

Feb. 1, 2024 in Arts & Culture by Julian Everett

The art world continues to celebrate the remarkable contributions of Ernie Barnes, an American artist whose work vividly captures the essence and vibrancy of African American life. Known for his unique style of elongated characters, Barnes' paintings are more than mere representations; they are a dynamic celebration of culture, movement, and emotion.

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Kintsugi: Embracing Imperfections with the Art of Golden Repair

Feb. 4, 2024 in Arts & Culture by Charlotte Sinclair

Kintsugi, or Kintsukuroi, is a poignant and beautiful form of Japanese art that goes beyond mere ceramic repair. This centuries-old technique involves mending broken pottery with lacquer derived from the sap of the urushi tree, which is then mixed with precious metals such as gold, silver, or platinum. However, Kintsugi is much more than a method of restoration; it's a profound philosophical statement about life, resilience, and beauty.

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The $2.99 Tote Frenzy: How a Trader Joe's Bag Became a Viral Sensation

March 14, 2024 in Fashion & Style by Julian Everett

In an era where viral trends can turn the mundane into the must-have, the latest sensation comes not from a high-end fashion house, but from the humble aisles of Trader Joe's. A simple canvas tote bag, priced at an unassuming $2.99, has ignited a frenzy that epitomizes the unpredictable nature of viral fame in the digital age.

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Jomo Tariku's Meedo Chair: A Showcase of Unique Design at The Metropolitan Museum of Art

March 16, 2024 in Design & Décor by Charlotte Sinclair

The Meedo Chair, an exquisite creation by African designer Jomo Tariku, has found its place among the diverse treasures of The Metropolitan Museum of Art. This chair is a profound example of how common objects can inform exceptional design and how they can be elevated to the status of fine art.

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Dolce & Gabbana Casa and Nespresso Embrace Mediterranean Blues in Latest Coffee Collaborations

April 18, 2024 in Design & Décor by Charlotte Sinclair

In a striking display of synchronicity, two major brands have independently embraced a Mediterranean aesthetic for their latest coffee-related products, showcasing a fascinating blend of tradition and modernity in the beverage industry.

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Pharrell Williams Unveils "Titan" Jewelry Line Inspired by Mythological Poseidon

May 2, 2024 in Fashion & Style by Charlotte Sinclair

Pharrell Williams Launches Mythology-Inspired "Titan" Jewelry Collection with Louis Vuitton and Tiffany & Co

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Exploring Post-Soviet Realities Through the Lens of Michal Solarski

May 21, 2024 in Photography & Visuals by Charlotte Sinclair

Michal Solarski, a renowned photographer, has been capturing the essence of post-Soviet life through his compelling visual narratives. His work offers a profound insight into the cultural and social landscapes of Eastern Europe, documenting the remnants of the Soviet era and the transformations that have occurred since its dissolution.

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