Watch: The Trailer For Upcoming Maurizio Cattelan Documentary – Forbes

I travel the world to discover how culture impacts peoples lives, whether through an art fair, a museum exhibition or an innovative product, then I bring my observations to you. I want to open peoples eyes to things they would otherwise be unable to see. Ive reported on their website the art world infiltrating Silicon Valley, interviewed some of the worlds most influential personalities and Ive seen some amazing works of art. I write for publications that include the Daily Beast, Monocle, Marie Claire, Interview, Fashionista, The Manual, the Business of Fashion, T, W, ARTnews, Al Jazeera America, Fast Company, The Economist and more. See the world through my eyes on Instagram and Twitter at @annbinlot.
Source: http://www.forbes.com/sites/abinlot/2014/11/06/watch-the-trailer-for-upcoming-maurizio-cattelan-documentary/

A Modernist Master, For Kids – Yahoo News

Im a huge fan of recycling clothes and wearing them year-round if you can. The look I’m wearing in the accompanying photo has a lot of layers that will keep you warm, but it also adds some depth and texture. As Ive said before, a good pair of skinny jeans is a great investment because they can be worn throughout every season. I like a pair that stops just above the ankles. If you have a pair that is longer, you can always roll them to get the length you want. I like to pair my skinny jeans with low-rising ankle boots and making sure you can see some skin between the top of the boot and the bottom of your jeans.
Source: http://www2.ljworld.com/news/2014/nov/05/fashion-column-twins-clothes-every-season/

Fashion Column Twins: Clothes for every season / LJWorld.com

The Forbes Style File is a new go-to source. Whether youre looking for the perfect outfit for your first oral argument or want to dress like a VP on an analysts salary, our contributors have the answers. Culled from around the globe and spanning the worlds of politics, law, private equity and fashion, these gals have the style advice that you can actually use. With exceptional taste and a real-world budget, the Forbes Style File contributors will inspire you to put your most stylish foot forward — at work and beyond. Loading…
Source: http://www.forbes.com/sites/forbesstylefile/2014/11/06/designer-spotlight-biz-travel-packing-made-easy/?ss=leadership

Designer Spotlight: Biz Travel Packing Made Easy – Forbes

Now the 2014 recipients have been named. Chaired by philanthropist Tania Fares and fashion editor Kim Hersov, the British Fashion Council Fashion Trust provides financial support for designers, as well as mentoring, networking and investment opportunities. The 2014 recipients were named this week, with some of the most exciting names in British fashion set to receive a year of support. Emilia Wickstead,House of Holland,Mary Katrantzou,Michael van der Ham,Richard Nicoll,Osman,Todd Lynn andZoe Jordan will all take a share of the215,000 (approx $340,000) prize fund. “The support of the BFC Fashion Trust has been invaluable to my company and the future of our business. Not only have they provided tailored support and advice from experienced industry professionals and advisors, but they have enabled us to take our sales in house and retain the services of a Celebrity PR agency, who are already increasing the profile of the brand, internationally,” explained Nicoll who, like Katrantzou, has been a previous recipient of the award. London’s fashion scene has grown steadily over the past decade with designers J.W. Anderson and Christopher Kane both receiving heavyweight investment from luxury giants LVMH and Kering (respectively). Arts & Entertainment
Source: http://news.yahoo.com/bfc-fashion-trust-2014-recipients-mary-katrantzou-todd-124744771.html

BFC Fashion Trust 2014 recipients include Mary Katrantzou, Todd Lynn – Yahoo News

Today: One image from his stunning Suppose You Meet a Witch book took us eight days to restore. View gallery . Ammo Books It was time well spent. Despite the vintage nature of the contents, the book feels fresh and contemporary. It reveals Emberleys influence on many illustrators and artists working today, and therefore highlights the value of Emberlys art itself. Before the book, Emberley rarely saw his work in person as it appears here: Owing to the poor aging process of color-separated, production-ready art, the original impact of his art had largely faded.
Source: http://news.yahoo.com/modernist-master-kids-160000836.html

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