In an essay for Bazaar first published in 1929, Amelia Earhart explains how to fly fashionably.
Photograph and excerpt from 'Plane Clothes,' by Amelia EarHart, 1929. Reprinted with permission of CMG clearances; On Rihanna: Tod's coat, $6,200, 212-644-5945; Emporio Armani boots, $695, 646-613- 8099; Jaeger-LeCoultre watch, $42,600, 646-828-4328.
Perched in a makeup chair wearing her signature Juicy Couture tracksuit in cherry red, Paris Hilton is flicking through Success magazine—'Build Your Empire,' reads a cover line—with a pile of old Forbescopies stacked next to her. She carefully peels two hydrating under-eye masks from her face, picks up a book titled 100 Things Successful People Do, and grabs a pink highlighter from her handbag. She flashes the book's cover at someone from her content strategy team, who snaps a photo for Instagram. "Did you get a good one?" she asks, smiling.
What dreams are made of. Makers of luxury bedding and homewares, IN BED, present their first range of towels, Bathe IN BED – a collection inspired by the traditional Japanese onsen ritual. The range is crafted in collaboration with Ikeuchi Organic, a 100 per cent wind powered company in Imabari, Japan. To celebrate the release, IN BED travelled to Izu, an area renowned for its picturesque hot springs and natural beauty, where photographer Terence Chin captured the family-run Ryokan onsens and their devotees using Bathe IN BED wares.
An exhibition of the photographs and towel collection will be on display Thursday November 24 at the IN BED showroom, 77 Buckland Street, Chippendale.