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Inside The Broad Museum, Los Angeles

The highly anticipated Broad Museum opened its doors some days ago in downtown Los Angeles, located next to Frank Gehry’s Walt Disney Concert Hall and aiming to become one of the city’s most prominent spots for contemporary art. The museum stages the collection of business guru and philanthropist Eli Broad and his wife Edythe, comprising more than 2,000 works of postwar and contemporary art. The Broad Museum’s $140-million building was designed by New Yor…

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JR’s “DECADE: Portrait d’une generation” at Galerie Perrotin, Paris

A new exhibition at Galerie Perrotin, Paris, casts light on the impressive career of French artist and activist JR, covering his work of the last ten years. Titled “DECADE: Portrait d’une generation”…

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“The Cloakroom” installation at the V&A Museum

Coinciding with the London Design Festival 2015, the Victoria and Albert Museum has commissioned British designer Faye Toogood, known for her minimal furniture designs, to create a special, two part …

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“Rock Style” exhibition by Tommy Hilfiger

In celebration of the 30-year anniversary of his eponymous label, Tommy Hilfiger has teamed up with art dealer and curator Jeffrey Deitch for a new exhibition, titled “Rock Style”, which will run fro…

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Vogue 100: A Century of Style

British Vogue celebrates its 100 years in fashion with an exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery in London, titled “Vogue 100: A Century of Style”. The exhibition features more than 280 photogra…

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Moncler’s “Art for Love” charity exhibition

In an attempt to celebrate the strength and beauty of love, as well as its relationship to art, Moncler gathered 32 of the world’s most prominent fashion photographers for a charity exhibition, title…

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Rosie Assoulin s/s 2016 collection

Rosie Assoulin, the promising, Brooklyn-based designer whose bold experimentations with color and form have gained her a legion of devoted fans, presented some days ago her s/s 2016 collection during…

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“29 Rooms” installation by Refinery 29

New York-based fashion, style and beauty website Refinery 29 celebrated its 10 year anniversary with an interactive installation at a 50,000 square foot warehouse in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Titled “29 …

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Manolo Blahnik: Fleeting Gestures and Obsessions” book by Rizzoli

Rizzoli pays homage to the life and work of Manolo Blahnik, one of the most iconic shoemakers of all time, with a new book, titled “Manolo Blahnik: Fleeting Gestures and Obsessions”. The 488-page cof…

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Roksanda’s 10 year anniversary capsule collection

Serbian-born designer and Central Saint Martins graduate Roksanda Ilincic, one of the hottest names of London Fashion Week with devoted followers like Beyoncé, Keira Knightley, Kate Middleton, Michel…

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“Dinnigan: Unlaced” exhibition at the Powerhouse Museum, Sydney

A new exhibition at the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences’ newly inaugurated Centre for Fashion at the Powerhouse Museum, Sydney, casts light on one of Australia’s most acclaimed fashion designers:…

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“Picasso’s Women” editorial by Ben Hassett for Harper’s Bazaar

Pablo Picasso, probably the greatest artist of all time, remains an endless source of inspiration for a new generation of creative individuals that are influenced by his magnificent oeuvre. Such is t…

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Mackage and Bradley Theodore team up for “The Underground Artist” exhibition

Canadian fashion brand Mackage, famous for its impressive range of outerwear, and renowned street artist and curator Bradley Theodore have come together for a pop-up exhibition at the brand’s flagshi…

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