Alyona Shuba, Ukrainian fashion designer, shares her story of her passion, war and glory for her home country with our Creative Director, Natalie Steger.
KZ_K Studio is a brand The House has been following for a while for many reasons. In an effort to discover slow fashion brands with multifunctional use, we discovered this NYC brand and immediately fell in love. The pieces are inventive, easy to style with your current closet situation, and will amp up your staple selection. Discover the inspiration behind the designs from KZ_K Studio’s latest launch, The Cool Cycle, and get to know what makes this brand special through our interview with Creative Director and Co-Founder, Karolina Zmarlak.
Interviewing the lovely Anne Winters for our latest issue for The House in NYC has been an honor. She is a breath of fresh air and quickly won over The House Magazine’s editorial team’s hearts as joy with her easy-going and can-do attitude during her exclusive American Icon cover shoot for our publication. Winters is a multi-talented artist, an accomplished actress, producer, and singer. You may know from her numerous roles in a number of films and shows like Netflix’s Original hit Series 13 Reasons Why, ABC’s Grand Hotel, Universal Pictures’ Night School opposite Kevin Hart and Tiffany Haddish, and STX Entertainment’s Countdown. She has also played the title role in Hulu’s Zac & Mia, in which she won a Daytime Emmy for “Best Actress in A Drama Series.” Winters is currently starring as a series regular in The Orville: New Horizons, created by Seth MacFarlane, which you can find streaming on the Hulu Network. She has optioned the novel “The Unraveling of Cassidy Holmes,” which she is currently producing an adaptation of the YA novel and has other projects in the works. The team here at the House Magazine can’t wait to see what the future holds for this remarkable young woman. Anne Winters is full of grit, grace, and beauty… all the makings of an American Icon.
I am bias to nineties nostalgia, but it’s what also defines who or what I consider to be an icon in America. The talents that I fell in love with throughout my teenage years, and those that still have America’s heart, is what defines iconic to me. It’s also why my age group is so interested in the next generation stemming from those icon’s family tree. In steps Rumer Wills, daughter of unforgettable Hollywood characters, G.I. Jane and Butch Coolidge of Pulp Fiction, or rather the Demi Moore and Bruce Willis.
Now, more than ever before, our daily lives encounter more digital time than we know what to do with. But what happens when your digital platforms also become your career? Is there a balance between real life and what’s seen on screen or in your feed? And if that world is how you build your business, how do you make sure you don’t lose yourself in it? We talked with new author, Jacey Duprie, about what it means to be authentic in front of a digital audience and what she discusses in her newly released book, “Liking Myself Back”.
LA-based queer alt-pop/R&B artist, CLAY, returns with the release of her sophomore EP Breathing Into Bloom, which features her collaboration with Alessia Cara on “WTSGD” (When The Sun Goes Down) — a track that has surpassed 1.7M Spotify streams since its release in March. The single follows her first single of this project, “ARTERY,” which gave listeners an upbeat track juxtaposed with candid and raw lyrics. The album takes listeners through a soulful and reflective journey of healing, with hopes of creating art for others to use for their own healing.