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A swimming pool + a mobile by Alexander Calder = ben oui!
The Toogood sisters’ shoppable salute to the blue-collar worker
Some of the best looks from talented young designers to watch
The jewelry designer @charlottechesnais is inspired by sculptors and prefers to model her designs in clay rather than sketching them — as evidenced by this twisty, pretty bracelet.
The ex-@BALENCIAGA jewelry designer Charlotte Chesnais is inspired by sculptors
Regram from @malinajoseph: Resort 2016 madness officially under way in NYC with @petercopping's second collection for ODLR @oscarprgirl @tmagazine #resort16
An artist recreates her mother’s all-white-everything closet at @Mmuseumm 2
It’s “almost as if a bird had flown in and collected the jewelry”
For the chef @massimobottura, bread, milk and sugar evoke all the best emotions he has
A music video that takes cut and paste to a new level
3 spots in London to satisfy your kebab cravings
A jewelry and home wares designer with a penchant for white porcelain
Lusting over this Venetian crystal chandelier from the private collection of @1stdibs founder Michael Bruno, who curated a sale of his own personal goods for @onekingslane that launched today.
.@christobollen on some of the landmarks, shops and restaurants that influenced “Orient”
Bob Fernandez is a longtime server at Five & Ten — a southern food restaurant in Athens, Ga., that is the two-time James Beard award-winning chef Hugh Acheson’s homebase — and an avid backyard forager. One of the locally grown ingredients he prizes most this time of year is bamboo, shown here. Visit
T picks the fresh-out-of-fashion-school designers to watch
A photographer who’s kept track of almost every item in his life for the past 14 years