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Voyage — Los Angeles

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Voyage — Los Angeles

Voyage The Light in Los Angeles Hit the road, turn up the oldies, and discover our favorite pockets of L.A. Photographs Kate Berry Words Natalie Shukur L.A. is palm trees and hazy light; strip malls and muscle cars. Ubiquitous hand-painted signage so literal, it’s endearing and rather quaint to a New Yorker whose world is far less sun-faded and concerned with the automotive industry. It is green juices and hikes and Pilates, too, of course. And the traffic—the endless traffic. But on this trip, we found a little reprieve, staying on the east side in Echo Park, we discovered a...

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Atelier — Sies Marjan

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Atelier — Sies Marjan

Atelier Sies Marjan Inside the New York designer’s kaleidoscopic world. Words Natalie Shukur Photographs Beth Garrabrant The Sies Marjan studio in New York’s garment district is absolute eye candy. Plants convene in corners and cascade from bookshelves that are laden with a luscious collection of art and design books, with brightly colored shoes perched on top. Sensuous sofas adorned in fuzzy fabrics look like a page from Elle Decor, as does the pink marble bathroom. Through glass doors, you can view creative director Sander Lak's studio, where seamstresses are busy at work, and a rainbow of garments are suspended from...

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Visual Matter — Alma Allen & J.B. Blunk.

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Visual Matter — Alma Allen & J.B. Blunk.

Visual Matter In Conversation — Alma Allen and J.B. Blunk. Two sculptors meet minds in this new exhibition celebrating the artists’ shared love of natural forms, fluid lines, and an offbeat sense of scale. By Su Wu The artist Alma Allen is not prone to words, which he says are reliable to him only in their misuse. But he likes a poem by the great Wislawa Szymborska, called “Conversation With a Stone,” and this line: “My whole surface is turned toward you / all my insides turned away." Allen is known as a recluse. His years as a teenage runaway...

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Voyage — Arizona

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Voyage — Arizona

Voyage Adventures in Arizona From the Painted Desert to the architectural hub of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin West school, there’s much to get lost in across the mountainous southwest state. Words & Images by Greta van der Star Drawn back to the desert again, the arid landscape and wide horizons imbue peace in my body — perhaps the physical space allows for mind expansion and musings. I spent a month in Tucson, going slow, sipping coffee, looking at plants, waking early to hike before the heat descended. The saguaro cacti tell stories through comical poses, running alongside the trail. The smell...

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Garçonne We Love — Jen Steele

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Garçonne We Love — Jen Steele

Jen Steele Musings on life and creativity with the Brooklyn-based storyteller. Photography Beth Garrabrant Fashion Doria Santlofer Words Natalie Shukur Jen Steele has a fierce strength and passionate determination that belie her delicate physicality. Such tenacity along with curiosity and openness are the kind of qualities a girl from Wisconsin needs to make it in New York. What makes Steele’s version of “making it” most compelling is that she freely pursues independent creative projects that encompass all forms of narrative-making, from photography to writing and, most recently, film. Steele’s just-completed debut short Follow the Roses (a teaser to a feature), channels her...

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