Nostalgia Electrics

23 Feb 19
The Cinemaholic

By 2018 itself, Netflix’s library of original productions had reached well over its target of 700 unique shows. It is only natural that not all shows can be the same tier or category in terms of quality and artistic merit, given how prolific Netflix has become purely as a facilitator to new shows, but the […]

23 Feb 19
Fashion Trends

Decidedly sexy with an early ’00s twist, Donatella Versace’s Fall 2019 collection will give you Sex and the City flashbacks. Nostalgia is an obvious part of the new lineup, most notably in Donatella’s favorite portraits from Richard Avedon’s archives, printed on t-shirts, but also in the bright color clashes, heavy gold embellishments, and slinky dresses […]

23 Feb 19
Automobile Updates

Recent data shows Gen Xers and millennials are taking more of an interest in classic cars. Muscle cars are the most desirable, with the Camaro, Corvette, and Mustang topping the list. Despite the onset of autonomous vehicles, younger generations still appreciate going for a drive.   “There’s an adage in Detroit,” writes author Tom Glatch in The Art of […]

23 Feb 19
Automobile Updates

Recent data shows Gen Xers and millennials are taking more of an interest in classic cars. Muscle cars are the most desirable, with the Camaro, Corvette, and Mustang topping the list. Despite the onset of autonomous vehicles, younger generations still appreciate going for a drive.   “There’s an adage in Detroit,” writes author Tom Glatch in The Art of […]

23 Feb 19
Andreas Mehler

Recent data shows Gen Xers and millennials are taking more of an interest in classic cars. Muscle cars are the most desirable, with the Camaro, Corvette, and Mustang topping the list. Despite the onset of autonomous vehicles, younger generations still appreciate going for a drive.   “There’s an adage in Detroit,” writes author Tom Glatch in The Art of […]

23 Feb 19
A Fragile Dignity

When I look back on my life, turn my thoughts to accounting for past events, beyond a week or so ago, memories fade.  Each day in the past, thumbing through the calendar, each day a little less distinct, fading into what folk metaphors tell us of our memory warehouse, a kind of secret library in our mind littered with cobwebs and dark dusty corners.  Banker’s boxes on shelves, file cabinets, pictures, antiques, a spiral staircase to different levels; the shiftable inner recesses, the Xanadu of the mind.  Some areas of the warehouse are in front, accessible, others more discrete, or hidden, even some places with more security than others, requiring a series of keys.  But the memories are only apprehended as much as we can pay attention to them.  As if we traipse around the memory warehouse with a single torch – you can only see as far as the light goes, the rest fading to shades of grey and the darkness beyond.   

23 Feb 19
parthomitrablogs

If there is a city where Time has left its remnants scattered all over it’s Boulevards, Lanes and By Lanes, it’s Delhi. The tombs of illustrious Emperors stand besides the traffic junctions and the lofty fortresses and mosques caressing the blue of the skies, stands tall besides the busiest bazaars. Argus eyed egrets and the […]

22 Feb 19
davewaltersphotography

We arrived at Hornitos, California late in the day close to the golden hour. The golden hour, actually two hours before sunset, makes colors deeper and reduces the contrast between the light sky and shadows. Shadows are our friend when it comes to communicating three dimensions on the flat plane of a photograph, so our […]

22 Feb 19
Fashion Trends

Decidedly sexy with an early ’00s twist, Donatella Versace’s Fall 2019 collection will give you Sex and the City flashbacks. Nostalgia is an obvious part of the new lineup, most notably in Donatella’s favorite portraits from Richard Avedon’s archives, printed on t-shirts, but also in the bright color clashes, heavy gold embellishments, and slinky dresses […]

22 Feb 19
Hyperallergic

David Opdyke appears to understand why they say the road to hell is paved with good intentions.

22 Feb 19
Critically Speaking

Starting and ending with a slow dance, Ti.Me is the chronicle of a young couple’s relationship. More a series of snapshots than a clear narrative, the devised piece uses physical theatre, live music and a bilingual script to tell its story. This was all the product of two weeks’ work, and what Cwmni Pluen have […]

22 Feb 19
Rebel Femme Online Magazine

During the second day at Milan Fashion Week, Italian fashion designer Vivetta Ponti showcased her latest Fall 2019-20 womenswear collection, opening the doors to her fantasy unique doll’s house. Vivetta, founded in 2009 and recently subject of a licensing agreement with Gilmar Group, is a constant surprise when it comes to inspiration and clothing. The […]

22 Feb 19
Raindrops on the Paper of Time

“It’s real love, yes it’s real…”

22 Feb 19
More UK News

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media caption‘Alloa’ was recreated in painstaking detail from photographs and plans The passenger train pulls away from the station, picking up speed as it passes a busy bowling green and people relaxing on deckchairs. A short distance away, a man stands on a bridge watching a soot-covered locomotive […]