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11 May

This New Apartment Therapy Collab is Totally Swoon-Worthy

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If you’re looking to upgrade your home with flashy new prints and sleek accents, the Apartment Therapy + Cloth & Company Capsule Collection is here to help. By using search data from Apartment Therapy, the team was able to create pieces that reflect *exactly* what current trends their readers are obsessing over. Floral accent chairs, neutral daybeds, and patterned folding screens are all included in this must-have collection. Amazon has been #slaying lately, so it’s no surprise that they’re the platform exclusively selling the line for the next three months. Scroll through to see some of the best looks from this ultra-chic collab and be sure to shop your fave items before time is up!

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8 May

Meet the Californian Painter Replacing People with Plants

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Bound by a search for creativity and authenticity, AnOther has partnered with L.A.-based art collective Tappan, an initiative that was born out of a desire to reinvent the experience of buying art, to share stories about its artists. When prompted to describe her practice in three words, California-based artist Anna Valdez chooses “observational, frantic and anticipative” – and though the acts of slowly watching and rapidly creating might seem antithetical, they somehow come together in her vibrant, expansive works. Depicting bright, airy rooms, luscious greenery and careully arranged odds and ends, these canvases feel like Dutch still lifes for a new generation, in which each item is imbued with a powerful resonance. There is a meditative energy at play here, and it has everything to do with inanimate...
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8 May

How to Decorate Your Home Like ‘Big Little Lies’

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After swooning over the bedrooms on Pretty Little Liars and trying to copy the quirky apartments on Girls, it’s time to steal the luxe vibes of our latest obsession: Big Little Lies. When you weren’t gasping over each new secret revealed by the moms, you were most likely drooling over their stunning homes. From Madeline’s coastal-chic kitchen or Bonnie’s boho abode, these cliffside beauties are straight-up stunning. The decor inspo below will help you nail Madeline’s, Celeste’s, Bonnie’s, and Renata’s design and decor — without the million dollar price tag.

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Madeline is a traditional gal who insists that her home look picture-perfect AT. ALL. TIMES. The space is a dreamy New England-style beach house filled with seaside vibes, a fresh white...
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2 May

A Couple Of Chihahuas Just Set The Bar High For Tonight’s Met Gala Red Carpet

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As celebrities and fashion insiders prepare for one of the biggest red carpets of the year tonight, an unsuspecting source has already set the bar high for this year's Met Gal a honoring Japanese designer Rei Kawakubo .
Pet couturier (yes, that is a thing) Anthony Rubio recreated three of Kawakubo's iconic designs for Comme des Garcons in tiny dog versions for two chihuahuas who just became the breakout stars of the Met Gala. Despite not actually walking the red carpet, the pups really mastered the avant garde theme for the night.

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"As a tribute to Rei Kawakubo being honored by the Met Gala, I decided to recreate in my signature canine creations, three ensembles as done by...
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26 Apr

Bobby Rogers’ #BeingBlackandMuslim Project Explores Identity And Resistance

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A quarter of Muslims in the United States are black. But despite this, Black Muslims are often left out of conversations about Islamophobia. Last week, Bobby Rogers, a visual artist based in Minneapolis, released a series of portraits inspired by the Muslim Anti-Racist Collaborative's hashtag conversation #BeingBlackandMuslim.
The photographs are a spellbinding example of how art can intersect with activism. They capture how it feels to be a Black Muslim in the U.S. We spoke to Rogers about his #BeingBlackandMuslim portraits and the inspiration behind them.

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Can you tell me a bit about yourself and your work as a photographer? I am a visual artist. Currently much of my work centers on the complexity of Blackness. I see my...
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21 Apr

Meet The Model Turned Ocean Warrior Out To Change The Way Fashion Thinks About Plastic

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Love it or hate it, plastic is a part of everyday life. Whether you’re sipping from a Starbucks cup or wearing synthetic fabrics, it’s hard to escape its presence. Still, Maryna Linchuk is committed to getting people to rethink their relationship with the material. Teaming with eco-organization Parley, the Belarusian modeling star spent her winter break cleaning up the refuse-covered beaches of the Maldives. Though she’d visited the island for photo shoots in the past, getting a bird’s-eye view of the destruction was an eye-opener for Linchuk. “It’s shocking to me that this material that is so unfriendly, so dangerous for animals, and potentially toxic to us has become so normal in our society,” says Linchuk over email. “A plastic...
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21 Apr

The Beginner’s Guide to Trendy Indoor Plants

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Gardening season has officially begun, and we are all about that jungalow life. Whether you’re looking to up your indoor plant game or are down to get your hands dirty with your first veggie garden, we’re here to help you take your #plantlady status to the next level. Happy digging, all! With April well under way and May rearing its (hopefully sunny!) head, we’re more than ready to get outside and play. That means backyard hangs, garden parties, and plenty of BBQing. And while some of us are lucky enough to have yards, patios, or balconies, most of us are still living that indoor #plantlady life. If you’re looking to bring those jungalow vibes to your space this spring, we’ve got you...
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20 Apr

3 Ways to Bring the Super Trendy Modern Farmhouse Trend to Your Home

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If you’re looking for a way to update your home, the modern farmhouse decor trend has a totally relaxing and inviting vibe. And since the style borrows all the best trends from the past years by blending touches of rustic chic, a bit of minimalism, and even a dash of cozy hyggegoodness, the end result is one fresh, sophisticated look. This week’s edition of Decor Resolutions will show you how to give the modern farmhouse trend a twist, whether you’re more of a boho-chic gal, crave a more modern minimalist space, or are all about those rustic textures. Best of all? No actual farm work required.

HOW TO DECORATE A BOHO-CHIC MODERN FARMHOUSE

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Boho and farmhouse seem to go hand-in-hand, really. Just...
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20 Apr

WTH Is Zara Selling a Skirt Featuring a Pepe the Frog Look-alike?

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Every couple of months, like clockwork, a mass retailer does something so blatantly clumsy that you almost have to wonder whether it was actually intentional. The latest gaffe comes courtesy of Zara in the form a denim skirt that's being criticized for featuring an embroidery that closely resembles Pepe the Frog, a meme that's been appropriated by hate groups. The skirt in question features two frogs: one in the same green shade as Pepe, and one a mirror image in a darker green hue. Both share Pepe's characteristic thin red lips and bulging eyes, which are obscured by sunglasses. Every couple of months, like clockwork, a mass retailer does something so blatantly clumsy that you almost have to wonder whether it was...
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19 Apr

Now Your Kitchen Can Wear Dolce & Gabbana

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Following their buzzy collaboration on high-fashion refrigerators last Spring, D&G and Italian home appliance company SMEG are teaming up again on a line of chic kitchen appliances. Coming in October, the "Sicily Is My Love" collection includes toasters, citrus juicers, coffee machines, kettles, blenders, stand mixers, and slow juicers.
Each product pays homage to Southern Italy and features designs inspired by Sicilian folklore. Symbolic motifs include Mount Etna, ornamental friezes, decorative acanthus leaves, lemons, prickly pears, and bright red cherries. (Told you fruit was so in.) There are also floral patterns that call to mind D&G's runway designs.

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