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Wales Bonner’s New Collection Celebrates Celestial Music Pioneer, Laraaji

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Wales Bonner has unveiled a new capsule collection which pays tribute to celestial music pioneer, Laraaji. Based in New York City, the legendary multi-instrumentalist was born Edward Larry Gordon in Philadelphia, in 1943. He began his music career studying composition and piano at Howard University, before going on to perform trance-inducing sets on a modified auto-harp in outdoor public spaces during the 1970s.hellip;

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In Pictures: 40 Years of British Youth

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“It is nothing new to say that photographs are a critical platform through which young people can be seen, heard and remembered,” says Liz Hingley, the curator of a new photography exhibition at Side Gallery in Newcastle. “The last 40 years are especially significant, as they capture the rise of our networked world and the ability to represent ourselves in the digital sphere,” she goes on, describing the basis of Youth Rising in the UK, 1981-2021.

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Inside the Highly Personal Zine From Corinne Day’s Muse Tara St Hill

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Some of the most intimate moments of Tara St Hill’s youth were captured on camera. For the stylist – whose work has been featured in i-D, Interview, Re-Edition, SSAW and 10 Magazine, among others, and who has shot with photographers including Nan Goldin and Drew Jarrett – was best friend, muse and stylist to one of the 90s’ most important image-makers: Corinne Day.

St Hill is one of the main characters of Day’s cult 2000hellip;

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Inside the Highly Personal Zine From Corinne Day’s Muse Tara St Hill

Tara by Tara St Hill

Some of the most intimate moments of Tara St Hill’s youth were captured on camera. For the stylist – whose work has been featured in i-D, Interview, Re-Edition, SSAW and 10 Magazine, among others, and who has shot with photographers including Nan Goldin and Drew Jarrett – was best friend, muse and stylist to one of the 90s’ most important image-makers: Corinne Day.

St Hill is one of the main characters of Day’s cult 2000hellip;

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Five Easy Ways to Start a Plastic-Free Beauty Routine

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It’s easy to ignore beauty’s plastic problem. As soon as you look at the stats, it can feel overwhelming: the industry is reportedly responsible for creating 120 billion units of plastic packaging each year, with a nominal amount of these materials being recycled effectively. As plastics can take around 500 years to decompose (every toothbrush that’s ever been made still exists), much of it ends up eitherhellip;

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It Must Be Heaven: Director Elia Suleiman on His Droll New Comedy

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“It feels strange to think about talking about things other than this,” says Palestinian filmmaker Elia Suleiman, speaking over the phone from his home in Paris. It’s March 20, 2020 and his fourth feature It Must Be Heaven is set to hit cinemas in a couple of weeks – although, as it transpires, the release will be delayed for over a year.

“This”, of course, being the pandemic, the gravity of which is just beginning to sink in. The French capital is four dayshellip;

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Herbert List’s Sensual Photographs of the Male Body, in Flesh and Marble

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A black and white photograph of a male torso in Magnum Photos’ new Herbert List exhibition, Metamorphoses, demands a few moments for consideration. The sun-washed form is without a head and indeed arms, with a fracture revealing the marble’s less familiar wavy formatione. Marble fractures like this are, in fact, a signifier of List’s subject: a sculpture of an ancient Greek soldier on the island of Delos in the Cyclades archipelago.

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Sunshiney Scent and Delicious Skin: Your Beauty Guide for June

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June’s beauty launches appear to be speaking to, and of, a communal desperation for escape. At Diptyque, a collaboration with illustrator and designer Luke Edward Hall bottles some kind of mediterranean mirage. Recalling the regular haunts of Yves Coueslant and Desmond Knox-Leet, two of the brand’s three founding members, Hall has lent his trademark naive illustrations to the range. There’shellip;

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