From left to right: 1) Exploring the scenic beauty of Albany, New York’s state parks. 2) Wearing your sweater backwards, Monday mishap or sartorial statement? 3) Scoping out the Albany art scene. 4) Only a few more days to see The Artist’s Museum at the ICA. 5) Fascinating panel on dance and race at the Jose Mateo Ballet Theatre. 6) More nature cause upstate New York.
Archives for March 2017
In this second installment of my Ogunquit Travel Guide (see the first here), I’m covering where to eat on the road to the seaside city, and once you’re there. On the Way Up: The route up from Boston takes you through one of my other favorite seacoast spots, Portsmouth, NH. I recommend stopping for lunch at…Read More
From left to right: 1) Living for that Row 34 raw bar. 2) Snow day essentials. 3) Can’t recommend Top Dog/Underdog at the Huntington Theatre Company enough. 4) Stay tuned for seacoast art recommendations this week. 5) Can’t go to Maine without getting some lobster. 6) Basking in this semi-spring weather.
Last weekend I spent three inspiring days traveling the seacoast of New Hampshire and Southern Maine, investigating the art scene. I spoke with seasoned creators, tasted some jaw-dropping cuisine, and relaxed in a beautiful resort. Over the next week I’ll be breaking down my trip with tips on where to stay, what to eat, and where…Read More
I’ve had this vintage Prada bustier for years and have always styled it with edgy outfits. In this look I play on hard and soft with the dominatrix top and the princess tulle skirt. It would pair well with a leather jacket and a fur stole alike. Rebecca and I have a history of shooting…Read More
New York-based photographer Linda Nieves-Powell grew tired of being wedged into Puerto Rican stereotypes during her childhood in white, suburban New Jersey. Years later, she turned her frustration into images. Inspired by a 1954 Life magazine cover photo of Rita Moreno, Nieves-Powell began recreating iconic images of Afro-Latina trailblazers, and debuted the series in honor…Read More