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Inside a New Exhibition Devoted to Earth Art Pioneer Ana Mendieta

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The 1970s series Silueta is one of Cuban American artist Ana Mendieta’s most enduring feats. Created at historical locations in both Iowa and Mexico, the series involved Mendieta capturing her body or the imprint of its silhouette in dialogue with the natural world, using materials like clay, water and plants. Various iterations of the images saw Mendieta’s naked body covered in flowers, or the outline of her figure set alight and captured on film. The practice of…

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The Story Behind Björk’s Blooming Iris Van Herpen Gown

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The Shed is a new cultural hub on New York’s West Side, part of the block-spanning Hudson Yards, a vast shopping mall-cum-business park which opened in the city last month. In opposition to the motionless tower blocks around it, it moves: the outer shell expands and contracts on giant wheels, entirely transforming the shape and volume of the space. For the past weeks, <a…

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Things to Buy And/Or Lust Over This Month

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Flame-print leather trousers by Marine Serre

Satisfy your inner pyromaniac with these flame-print trousers from Marine Serre’s S/S19 collection. The eagle-eyed among you will recognise these pants from Serre’s latest campaign (see above) – photographed by longtime collaborator Tanguy Poujol close to where the designer grew up – appearing alongside a real-life bonfire (and <a…

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Six Ways to Wear Heavy Satin

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Taking its name from its original trade route, the word satin stems from the city at the beginning of Silk Road, the Chinese port town of Quanzhou, which, in medieval Arabic, was called ‘Zayton’. As the sheeny fabric traversed the world it became a fixture in the wardrobes of the world’s upper echelons – the stuff of royal trousseaus, Marie Antoinette’s court, Hubert de Givenchy’s bow-fastened ball gowns and the…

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Six Ways to Wear Heavy Satin

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Taking its name from its original trade route, the word satin stems from the city at the beginning of Silk Road, the Chinese port town of Quanzhou, which, in medieval Arabic, was called ‘Zayton’. As the sheeny fabric traversed the world it became a fixture in the wardrobes of the world’s upper echelons – the stuff of royal trousseaus, Marie Antoinette’s court, Hubert de Givenchy’s bow-fastened ball gowns and the…

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