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STYLE
Vintage Menswear
Safeguarding the proud stock of British sportswear, Douglas Gunn and Roy Lucket founded The Vintage Showroom in 2007 as a collector's tribute to historic threads. Their Notting Hill showroom and retail space in Covent Garden's Seven Dials are dedicated...
CULTURE
Cy Twombly & The School of Fontainebleau
It's hard to imagine that Cy Twombly, with his canvases composed of angry scratch marks and messy swathes of paint, would have been influenced by 16th-century French painting. But the Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin's leading modern art museum, proposes...
DESIGN
The Winsome Brave
Valerie Gnaedig and Annie Lenon fabricate industrial objects that re-imagine some of our most basic items like nails, or a stone you might wield at an enemy. The Brooklyn-based design duo, known as The Winsome Brave, have been making work together...
CULTURE
Cool Hunting c/o Quarterly Co: Shipment Two
Back in November 2011, we announced our partnership with the subscription service Quarterly Co., which offers users the chance to receive gifts in the mail from a roster of design-minded contributors four times per year. For the second shipment...
CULTURE
Pelicans & Parrots
London's East End is globally renowned for playing host to some of the world's most stylishly eclectic fashion houses, art galleries and bars. But it's the small gems you won't necessarily hear about—unless you're a local—that continue...
FOOD-DRINK
Curated by Culturefix NYC
Hidden among the slender streets of NYC's Lower East Side, Culturefix stands as a haven for beer snobs, foodies, art aficionados and really just anyone looking for a good time. The slightly labyrinthine multipurpose space splits its talents among...
CULTURE
Ampersand Gallery
Even on a street bustling with galleries and boutiques, Ampersand Gallery stands out. Owner Myles Haselhorst opened the intimate space in Portland, OR in 2008 to create, he says, something that "feels less like a retail store and more like the interior...
CULTURE
artCircles
Advertorial content: Debuting today, the all-new Art.com iPad app artCircles offers a fascinating way to navigate the world of visual art. Utilizing a multi-faceted user interface, the artCircles app allows you to search through specially curated...
CULTURE
Recession Art at Culturefix
Sensitive to the cash-strapped culture lovers of the world, Recession Art began with the simple premise of uniting aspiring collectors with emerging artists. After three years of shows at Brooklyn's Invisible Dog, they have now opened RAC on New...
CULTURE
Philip Bither
Sponsored content: Curatorial savant and innovator Philip Bither exudes an infectious enthusiasm for the performing arts, fueling a passion that has spanned more than 25 years. Commissioning a range of artists from the emerging playwright Young...
CULTURE
Dream the End
Hastening to bridge the gap between traditional media's tendency to over-curate and the Internet's overflow of content, Melissa Jones has relaunched Dream the End, an online space for art, music, poetry and film. With a homepage curated by guest...
CULTURE
Cool Hunting c/o Quarterly Co.
You might have already read about how impressed we were with Quarterly Co., a new subscription service offering gifts hand-selected by a unique roster of influential contributors. Well, now it's our turn—opening today at 12 p.m. PST, the...
TECH
Curisma
The excitement of curated flash sale sites combines with community sourcing on Curisma, a new site for tech junkies and online shoppers alike. With a name that's a mash-up of the words curiosity, curated and charisma, the MIT start-up applies the...
CULTURE
Quarterly Co.
by Miranda Ward Founded by Zach Frechette, Cofounder and Editor of Good magazine, Quarterly Co. is a new subscription service delivering a batch of gifts handpicked by a cast of creative contributors. Like the four-year-old "object based publication...
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