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April 20 2014

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Katharine K. Zarrella

Katharine K. Zarrella is the associate news editor at Style.com.

Pirelli Buttons Up for Fifty

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The annual Pirelli calendar—famed for showcasing saucy shots of supermodels in the buff—celebrates fifty this year with a megawatt lineup, including Helena Christensen, Alessandra Ambrosio, Miranda Kerr, Alek Wek, Karolina Kurkova, and Isabeli Fontana. But judging by the series of tribute images —reportedly lensed not by the yet-to-be-revealed 2013 calendar photographer, but by Pirelli vets […]

Fort Makers Paints the Way

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“We’re not your typical company,” explained Nana Spears, the creative director of four-person Brooklyn-based art collective Fort Makers. Since 2008, the group—which includes Spears’ jewelry designer cousin Elizabeth Whitcomb, as well as painter Naomi Clark and her husband, woodworker Noah Spencer—has been bridging the gap between art and design. This year alone, the crew launched […]

Moza’s Mirrors On The Wall

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Considering the Facebook age has spawned a savvy breed of well-branded narcissists, “vanity” is something with which we’re all familiar. Self-reflection, however, feels a bit more foreign. It’s the link between these two concepts that Mexican artist Moza Saracho investigates through her latest series of works, Mirrors by Moza. “I’ve been fascinated by mirrors since […]

Damien Hirst Is Out of His Skull

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Today, in art-meets-fashion news, Damien Hirst has teamed up with Alexander McQueen to design thirty limited-edition skull scarves in celebration of the accessory’s tenth anniversary. The wares are reportedly inspired by Hirst’s Entomology paintings, but knowing McQueen, a severed-cow’s-head print can’t be too far outside the realm of possibility. Photo:John Phillips/ Getty Images

Whistles Makes It Work

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Contemporary U.K.-based brand Whistles has made some big moves since British retail veteran Jane Shepherdson came on board as CEO in 2008—the least of which is its new crisp and feminine Resort ’14 collection. “It kind of continues the Whistles aesthetic, which is an effortless, cool way of dressing,” offered Shepherdson of the range—buttery leather […]