A journey to Iceland and back
The Norse gods must have been experimenting when they created Iceland’s terrain. It’s rugged, it’s perilous and it’s incredibly dramatic. Active volcanoes linger within black, jagged mountains while snow-capped glaciers appear to touch the clouds. In Krýsuvík, a geothermal ...
An artful way of repurposing
Hermès is leading by example when it comes to lessening the negative effects of the consumption and disposal of natural resources. Their latest project, Petit h, focuses on recycling and reusing defective products and unused materials. Artisans utilize discarded swatches of fabric and imperfect har...
A Q&A with the folk artist
This past summer, singer-songwriter Basia Bulat captured the hearts of her audience during a powerful performance at Toronto’s iconic Massey Hall. With the release of her third album, the folk artist is nominated for this year’s Polaris Music Prize alongside fellow Canadian artist Drake and the ...
The polish set on our wish list
Christian Louboutin is dabbling in cosmetics. “The red sole was born from red nail polish. I am giving back to nails what the show took from the nails many years ago,” said Louboutin.
The polish comes in an extravagant vessel, inspired by the silhouette of a sky-high pair of Louboutin he...
The origins and obsessions of Prada
A special exhibition celebrating the influential Italian fashion house, Prada, is on display now in Hong Kong. The brand’s creative director Fabio Zambernardi has curated the exhibit which aims to uncover the inspirations and cultural obsessions behind Prada’s innovative work.