The year was 1998, the same lunar cycle in which all future fuck-boys would embark on a lifetime’s work of ruining girls lives. Also the year of the most polarizing sartorial emblems in recent memory: the Puka shell necklace. Link in bio.
“It’s my work, and my aesthetic that’s gotten me to where I am, not my ability to take a good selfie or booty shot.” In our latest installment of #WhoIsShe, we talk to @airtomyearth, who uses her Instagram powers for good and says #hellno to thirst trapping. Link in bio. - Photography: @bananas_clarke Styling and Art Direction: @airtomyearth MUA: @emilyportermakeup Hair: @ronniewoodhair Nails: @_tylerphoenix Fashion Assistant: @aishanova Models: @gcods + @selfiegod
A recent boom in the L.A. art book fair scene shows the enthusiasm and heterogeneity of its creative community. Link in bio.
“Dennis Rodman, the retired Chicago Bull, boarded a plane to North Korea in 2013. He returned the next year with a handful of other NBA retirees to play a game as a special exhibition for Kim Jong-un in honor of the leader’s birthday. In 2017, Rodman, freelance ambassador to the Hermit Kingdom, handed Kim’s minister a copy of Donald Trump’s book, The Art of the Deal. In Singapore in June, there for backup at the historic Trump x Kim meetings, Rodman held a press conference while wearing a T-shirt advertising PotCoin.com. If all this makes you sad, congratulations—at least you can still feel something. World events like these haven’t sucked you dry. You haven’t given up.” Tap our link in bio for more.
As fashion brands like Rottingdean Bazaar and Maxine Beiny turn everyday fashion into luxury wear, we're asking what’s next after fashion trolling? Link in bio.