How To Build Your Wardrobe Around Snacks

For the most part, a lot of us take different cues on how to build a look, no matter the occasion. Some might start with a pair of shoes + work their way up while others might have a huge pair of bright statement earrings or a cool hat, ready to set the stage for […]

‘MY ElIZABETH’ By Firooz Zahedi-A Love Letter In Words + Pictures

In celebration of World AIDS Day, book ‘My Elizabeth’ by Firooz Zahedi, published by Glitterati Incorporated, captures the late Hollywood icon Elizabeth Taylor, creator of The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation, one of AIDS research’s biggest crusaders up until her death, in all her majesty + inimitable sense of style. If you’ve ever been seduced by the allure […]

Meditating On Being Female Never Looked So Fun + Powerful Like This

  Famous essayist Anaïs Nin once said, “I take pleasure in my transformations. I look quiet + consistent, but few know how many women there are in me,” + yet, believe it or not, with the oversaturation of social media feeding everyone’s ego, therefore putting most of our many selves, if so lucky, on display, […]

Take A Trip To the Last American Roadside Stops Before They’re Gone

American rest stops, if never visited, are places of an evolving America where the sign of big cities + nature converged as a place to take pause at modern civilization’s growth spurt. Fortunately for us, photographer Ryann Ford takes us on a fascinating cross country trip, documenting the charm + beauty of remaining rest stops […]

Getting Personal With Bowie Behind The Lens

As I write this, I still can’t believe a genius such as David Bowie is gone, but he must have known the end was near as his actions + art seemed perfectly masterminded including the ‘Lazarus’ track, from ‘Blackstar’, his last released album. In fact, the lyrics to ‘Lazarus’ start: ‘Look up here, I’m in […]

How To Find Dragon Smoke Through The Lens Of Bill Hayward

Contemporary artist David Hockney once said, ‘the photograph isn’t good enough. It’s not real enough,’ which I think artist Bill Hayward has taken to heart + evident in his Chasing Dragons: An Uncommon Memoir in Photographs by Bill Hayward, © 2015, published by Glitterati Incorporated. Comprised of an array of photographs, following Bill + his family […]

Maïmouna’s Photographer’s Gaze Of The Gods Within

In her 1964 diary, the great feminist photographer Susan Sontag, described art as ‘a form of psychological nourishment, holding a promise to inner wholeness.’ It is this same promise to inner wholeness that is beautifully achieved through the photos inside, Inner Constellations: Photographs by Maïmouna Guerresi, © 2015, published by Glitterati Incorporated. Marrying diverse cultural + religious […]

Unique Beauty + Eccentricities Through The Lens of Adrian Buckmaster

Susanne Bartsch, legendary Queen of NYC nightlife since the 1980’s, refers to Adrian Buckmaster’s series as “almost a visual experience of a parfueriene, each image an essential oil beautiful, evocative, deeply + exquisitely self-defined, an experience you drink in long + slow “, which perfectly describes your first experience when setting your eyes on the […]