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Curated by Fabiola Zamora and Danaé Salazar, founders of Mexico City-based independent fashion magazine Revista 192, Residencia PATRÓN is an immersive two-day pop-up in New York that celebrates the convergence of Mexican artisanal culture and modern luxury. As part of this enchanting event, five installations – from ceramics designer Perla Valtierra to the founders of artisanal accessories brand Aurelia, Andrea, Paula and Magdalena de la Torre Suárez – embody …

Made in Turkey from 100% organic cotton, these soft and cozy candy stripe towels from Australian brand Hommey are designed to enhance your bathroom or beach style. Available in eight different colorways (from sky blue and white resort vibes, to hot pink and yellow hues), there’s a combination to suit everyone. The price is in AUD.

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Stories from around the web we think you should read

The unmistakable (and hopeful) scent that emerges in spring has long been attributed to an organic source: geosmin, a soil-based compound. Scientists from the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, the John Innes Center and Lund University attributed the familiar but often untraceable smell – a bit like a rainy day or freshly turned earth – to a “relation symbiotic between a six-legged worm, known as springtail, and Streptomyces, …

Omega’s Speedmaster (which sells for around $6,400) has long been an icon of watch design and a highly coveted timepiece. On March 26, Swatch will launch an official collaboration with Omega called MoonSwatch (for just $260), which replicates the design of the Speedmaster’s legendary Moonwatch model in its exact proportions. An automatic movement has been replaced by quartz and the case will be made of bioceramic. The collection…

For its sixth issue, Singapore-based children’s magazine EYEYAH! asked an international line-up of artists and digital designers to illustrate what the word “anxiety” looks and feels like, and ways to overcome it. The resulting 40 images offer many perspectives: some hopeful, others overwhelming, all colorful. YEUAH! co-founders Tanya Wilson and Steve Lawler created the award-winning publication to help children cope with…

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Available now in an exclusive edition of 45 on the initiative of David Zwirner’s online gallery, Platform, the “Fatebe Blast” (2022) silkscreen print finds the comedic persona of Russian-born, New York-based artist Ebecho Muslimova, propelling to the moon with her own gas supply. 25% of proceeds from the sale of the artwork will be donated to the Ukrainian Women’s National League of America, which is currently directing aid to civilians…

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These retro Wave Shape glasses are playful yet sophisticated. Available in four colors (blue, green, brown and transparent), they are made of borosilicate glass and are suitable for cold or hot drinks. Safe for dishwashers, microwaves and fridges, these glasses have been made by Frankfurt-based Walltify in conjunction with Nalde Limited Studio in Singapore.

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In The Future City: Visionary Urban Architecture and Design, journalist Alyn Griffiths delves into the challenging concepts that influence the development of cities and their structures, starting today. To illustrate, Griffiths highlights 40 pioneering projects that touch on topics ranging from climate change to digital literacy and population density. This 192-page hardcover book is an insightful and well-researched look at…

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Belgian label LĒO emphasizes eye-catching fabrics in its collaboration with American workwear icon Dickies. This turtleneck is made from a 3D bubble material (reminiscent of popcorn shirts) and features a strong tie-dye pattern. The playful top also features a logo zipper. The price is in euros.

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To celebrate Women’s History Month, online art platform Artsy launched an NFT auction selling works by women and non-binary artists, with part of the proceeds going to Girls Who Code, an organization nonprofit founded by Reshma Saujani that works to close the gender gap. in technology. The auction – titled Artists Who Code – was organized by artist and writer Mieke Marple and Sinziana Velicescu, the director of Vellum…

I can’t wait to take off the boots and get back to the sneakers… New School Trail runners for robots, Adidas Hellbenders Custom colors, Nike Shox NZs Zen, Kyotos by Nike also on the NikeLab site, which is pretty impressive. Old School Urban 80s, Nike Dunks Rasta 80s, Adidas Samoas Pouch sneakers, Kangaroos, only seem to be available on Ebay Classic Ponys

So, I’ve been slightly obsessed with memories of my fun 70s toy, Lite Brite. I’ve always done my own things instead of following the included patterns. Anyway, here’s some Lite Brite Art and other random stuff: Silly Dog Pigalle Gallery Lite Brite Camp


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