Thanks for all the good times in 2009. See you next year!
Spring cannot come too soon—nor can this collection.
From Amsterdam: Plants suspended in space. Pretty amazing and amazingly pretty.
We're totally late on posting about the A Continuous Lean Shop (and with no good reason), but here are a few of the awesome goods up for offer: fitted caps from Mr. Mort, waxed canvas zipper bags, and Field Notes calendars. Nice.
If there's still room on your NYE playlist—what's one more song on an eight-hour mix?—this band should seriously be on it.
Tiffany Jeans' Curio Noir wax figures and candles are shaped like a decapitated doll's head and a tiny golden skulls—creepy in a really good way.
Chinga Whatever is a limited-edition zine of drawings by Mexico City-based duo Café con Leche. Fact #1: There's an ice cream cone on the cover. Fact #2: Every single drawing is frame-worthy.
From Cracow, Poland, Celapiu's Camouflage Foks is an animal-friendly way to wear a stole.
The SS10 collection from designers Hanna Astrom and Yanina Landsaat is, as always, the epitome of louche NYC glamour.
Dress Up by Stephanie Downey: clothing for Mad Women (a show we really hope someone makes some day).
What's this? Oh, nothing. Just a video about making noodles with Jean-Georges Vongerichten. (The secret ingredient is having a cute accent.)
South Korean designer Ranji Ye's collection, The Centaur, is full of elegant, sophisticated basics imbued with Ye's own strange mythology.
The final Music Monday of 2009. Enjoy.
And season's greetings from us. Surely all our readers are on the "nice" list this year...We'll be back on Monday.
This video kind of reminds us of Jesse Spano, Lisa Turtle and Kelly Kapowski shortly before Jesse overdosed on caffeine pills...
Artist Laurie Simmons' dessert plates are made of bone china and decked with desserts organized, naturally, by flavor. Each plate comes packaged in a cake box. Lemon, mint, chocolate or strawberry: It's always so hard to choose!
A few outtakes and b-roll from a shoot we did around town. It was a chilly grey day, but these spring styles will be online and in stores soon! (Photos: Bobby Whigham.)