In honor of the start of the week, let’s press the reset button and start anew with some inspiring images, reads, films, and tunes.
Welcome to a new series titled Monday Muse–a space for my quick, unedited ramblings on a certain theme/idea/notion that’s currently inspiring me from the worlds of art, fashion, music, or otherwise. First up: a vague sense of androgyny.
Print hasn’t died yet, but it certainly has changed. Read on for a brief exploration of this, and a new magazine recommendation for all you “tangibillies.”
Some pretty words for your perusal.
I know how difficult it can be to not stay stubbornly steeped in your own beliefs. But exploring different perspectives is so much more beneficial and interesting than simply writing them off as wrong. More on this, after the jump!
Today’s WISE-UP features wisdom from David Foster Wallace on attending a party.
Why are all these grumpy journalists ignoring an entire subset of young adults who are not supported whatsoever by their parents?
Kristiina Wilson is an NYC-based fashion photographer with an awesome sense of humor, as seen via the treasure trove of internet gold that she posts on her blog. Find out what she learned in her twenties and, more importantly, what she has in common with Sir Mix-a-Lot, after the jump.
I stumbled upon an Alain de Botton quote recently that felt perfectly applicable to something I’ve been harping on in my head for a while now. The quote? “My types: crazy, but self-aware; only just holding it together while resilient; tragic but with gallows humour.”