The long awaited launch of The House Weddings, a subsidiary of The House, released it’s first print issue with an exciting reaction from the wedding industry.
So much is happening on and off the streets during New York Fashion Week, but there’s always a good handful of memorable moments, like Caroline Vazanna’s impeccable ability to paint the rainbow with her garments. You can always count on her to create a jaw dropping street fashion moment, and we were here for it. […]
A healthy (as it can be) carrot cocktail made with a honey simple syrup to avoid the use of refined sugar. A crowd pleaser for Easter, or your first gatherings after the snow melts.
Released in limitless variation each fall, its history detailed in an endless array of articles, flooding Pinterest boards with vintage photos of celebrities donning it – even arcane instructions on how to put one on – the peacoat has endured for over 200 years across generations, genders, class barriers and continents.
It’s the beginning of “the season” in Palm Beach and, what’s normally a quiet town, is buzzing with northerners who fled the cold to this winter playground.
In this day and age, it’s not difficult to follow the latest design trends to find something shiny and new that fills our needs and matches our Pinterest board saves. But in this chase to constantly be stylistically in the know, it’s easy to lose track of our individuality in design choices. Not to mention, it’s exhausting to keep up and contributing to the tremendous problems our society is facing with the lack of sustainability in our fast consumer culture.
Editorial photography has taken the wedding industry by storm as couples seek a luxury look for their photos. With this in mind, digital and film photographer Koko King is redefining wedding portraiture, creating unique, artistic moments from the memories of the big day.
If you ever have the privilege to be around Jenn Lagron on set for an editorial shoot or experience her loving energy as a client in her chair, consider yourself very lucky. Lagron hails from Chicago, Illinois, but you can find her now in the Los Angeles area. However, her career has allowed her to travel worldwide doing what she loves most, hair.
With a background in mixed media and architectural design, Brigitte’s creations exist on canvas and often bleed into the space enclosing them. She is an interdisciplinary artist and designer, though she is resistant to any title and prefers “I make stuff.” Her art is meant to move beyond superficial appearance and instead represent their inward significance.
We are pleased to introduce a new rising start from Italy. Originally from Ethiopia, Geneme grew up in Padua where she learned of her passion for dance at an early age and continued to study it at a professional level for eight years. Her love for dance led her into a career in acting, where she first appeared in the HBO series “We Are Who We Are”, and the RAI series “Alligatore” in 2020. Following those series, she landed the role as Marta in the RAIPLAY series, “Nudes” directed by Laura Lucchetti.