• Molly Goldfarb: Paintings and Illustrations

    Molly Goldfarb, also known as MAG, is a 23 year-old NYC-based artist who is best known for her eye-popping color use, her elaborate abstract portraiture and her avant-garde fashion illustrations. She actively exhibits her work at a wide range of venues throughout the city, from galleries to warehouses to bars in Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens. Her primary inspirations include travel, style and the eccentric sights and sounds of her home city. You can find more of her work on her Instagram and Twitter pages.     “Tune In”   “Strange, Stranger, Strangest”   “Made Up”   “Masked by Margiela”   “Zig-Zag”    “Carnival”    “Caffeine”    “Stunner Shades”    “Violet”…

  • EMILY VS BEAR: A Slow Fashion Movement

    Initiated by Emily Bell, EMILY VS BEAR is a slow fashion movement meant to help sustain and localize fashion threads within the United States. Rather than spend hundreds of dollars on products based in China or elsewhere outside of the country, Emily Bell would rather be creating her own sustainable and quality products. EMILY VS BEAR strives to use natural materials in their clothes which are designed to keep your wardrobe alive and not harm the environment, and “has every intention of becoming one of those leading brands and setting an example of what a responsible business should be doing.” Their brand aims to create a “culture and mentality for…

  • Raymond & Lane, Season 1, Ep. 1: A Great Misfortune

    Photography: Ashley Purnell     Raymond & Lane have just launched the second season of their series for a seriously packed punch! In their first episode of their new season, the duo head over to get their fortunes read (who can resist those amazing fortune teller Yelp reviews?), but are troubled to hear what’s in store for their future. Watch their full length episode below to find out if they can steer away from their predicted foretelling!   Matt Cullen and Troy LaPersonerie’s series has also been officially selected for LA Web Fest! They have been nominated for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy (Troy LaPersonerie), Outstanding Lead Actor in…

  • Wearable Art by Kendrick Daye

      Wearable Art by Kendrick Daye is a brand of apparel which showcases Daye’s favorite artwork in bright smashes of popping and eye-catching color and style. The first Wearable Art release is entitled “Designer Pop” and features Daye’s Versonce’ piece on the front and his Jayvenchy piece on the back. His Versonce’ and Jayvenchy is “dressed to impress the icon upon you”, while melding pop and politics into his fashionable line of work. Wearable Art was released just earlier this year, and will eventually turn into a full line of apparel in 2016.       Enter for a chance to win Kendrick Daye’s Designer Pop tee! To enter, follow…

  • #YesAllWomen

    A few months ago, I applied for a great job at a boutique near my school in downtown Boston. But between polishing my resume and selecting a killer interview outfit, I worried about something seemingly inconsequential: the walk home from work. If I landed the job, I would be working past dusk most days and would therefore have to tackle the 15-minute, solo commute in the dark. Doesn’t seem like a big deal, right? But to me, it was. And I think that many, if not most women, would agree. From parents’ warnings about “stranger danger” to friends’ horror stories of sexual assault at parties, I’ve always been taught to…

  • The Best Twitter Accounts To Follow

    Sometimes when you’re down, you just need some good ol’ humor to brighten up your spirits. What better way than with the ever growing social network of Twitter? There’s been a significant increase in parody accounts and we’re okay with that. Laughter sometimes really is the best medicine. 1. @yaboybillnye  2. @ShakespeareSong 3. @TacoBell  4. @teen_news69 5. @coffee_dad 6. @BettyFckinWhite 7. @chanelpuke @ImLizzieM

  • It’s A SubTweet

    We’ve all used them. We’ve all seen them. We all have a love / hate relationship with them. These, my friends, are what I find to be the most commonly seen sub-tweets on my timeline each and every day. This is only a list of 20, there are oodles more that I will eventually post about, but I thought I would go ahead and just start with these. Beneath is a small description of what they mean, or a situation in which they will be used. Have a swell day.   1. K. (sometimes seen as: “haha ok.”) AKA Potassium. This will get the point across. You’re being serious. This…

  • Facebook Affection: A Rant

    Prepare yourselves, ladies and gentlemen, because I am about to rant your face off. Now, Valentine’s Day was a while ago, and on that fine day, your news feed was probably filled with unusually affectionate things. Of course, that is to be expected. However, then you come across the girl who writes things such as “Honestly, I don’t know what I would do without the best boyfriend in the world,” and “You make my days brighter and my heart feel like a butterfly in metamorphosis…blah blah blah.” You get the picture. Now, these kinds of comments are permissible on Valentine’s Day, but what pisses me off is the kind of…