5 Prints That Are Making Me Smile This Summer

Every spring I tell myself this will be the year I stick to a capsule of minimal basics, but then I see one printed midi dress and I’m over my dream of a beige and white summer wardrobe. This year in particular I’ve been gravitating towards statement prints thanks to their mood-boosting qualities—a rainbow midi dress may do … Read more

Swimwear Brands Are Making Bikinis From Recycled Plastic

The conversation around fashion and sustainability is ever-evolving. While we know this industry is one of the world’s major polluters, accounting for around 10% of humanity’s greenhouse gas emissions, there are also several companies that are doing their bit to create products in a more eco-conscious way.  Particularly when it comes to swimwear, there are many brands on … Read more

Loewe Spring 2021: Is Quarantine Creativity Making Us Capitalist Shills?

This past weekend, as I played with little Loewe paper dolls, punched out lifesize paper Loewe sunglasses, assembled a cute Loewe paper record player (yes!), and watched a video of the charming Jonathan Anderson explaining Loewe’s Spring/Summer 2021 menswear collection, I wondered: have pandemic crafts made me into a capitalist shill? Or have they elevated … Read more

Plague Doctor Meets Bird of Paradise: Thomas Finney Is Making the Wildest Masks We’ve Seen Yet

When he first put on the Toucan, Thomas Finney felt transformed. He saw the bright orange, green, blue, and red leather beak hanging from his face and he was no longer himself—and, more importantly, for a moment he wasn’t in the middle of this horrific thing. Up to that point, he’d had a tough pandemic. … Read more