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alfa.K + Camille Walala Nail Stickers: The London-based artist brings her colorful work to a miniature canvas in this beauty collaboration

Fresh, colorful nails are an easy way to update an everyday look into something a bit more exciting. French illustrator and graphic designer Anne-Claire Gambet’s nail sticker brand alfa.K offers plenty of unusual, fun hand decorations—like the......

ListenUp: Beach House: Sparks

Beach House have kept fans patiently waiting since their 2012 album Bloom, and today the dreamy Baltimore alt-rock duo released their first single off of Depression Cherry, out next month.

Link About It: Situations That Actually "Smell Fishy" Bolster Critical Thinking

Aside from making people feel more suspicious, situations that literally “smell fishy” may actually increase critical thinking.

Buy: Nozib Sun Lounger

Scandinavian design company Skagaarden knows how to make outdoor furniture that's beautiful enough to keep in the living room.

Link About It: Pigalle Recruits At-Risk Teens as Models

At first glance, the models featured in Pigalle’s latest S/S '16 presentation might seem typical for a Paris Fashion Week presentation.

Six Bright Red Fourth of July Cocktails: From punches to classic drinks, all these beverages sport some (holiday) spirit

With the spirit of celebration—and a long weekend—upon us, there's never been a better time to explore a color's impact on a cocktail.

Buy: Rosé

For a classic French rosé from Provence, find consistent quality from one of the more well-known producers, Domaines Ott, thanks to their gentle approach to nurturing their soil and vines.

Carla Colour Eyewear: An artsy new unisex line by self-taught designer Carla Robertson

Brisbane-raised and Brooklyn-based Carla Robertson had been working as a television producer for about 15 years until a few major life events put everything into focus.

Link About It: Why Caterpillars Are Responsible for Wasabi

Some of our favorite nose-burning condiments—including wasabi and horseradish—are apparently the product of an eons-long battle between caterpillars and plants.

Interview: The Black Lips on Stage Presence: Talking with the band before their Festival d'été de Québec performance

It's difficult to affix a genre to the type of music made by the Black Lips. There are elements of punk and garage rock; there's potency and power—and an immediacy.

Link About It: United Airlines Will Fuel a Flight With Farm Waste

Later this summer, United Airlines will fuel one of its flights with farm waste and oils derived from animal fats—giving “airplane smell” a whole new meaning.

ListenUp: Remi Miles: Under Light Symphonies

Nigerian-born, US-raised and now Brighton-based singer/songwriter Remi Miles performed his track " Under Light Symphonies" at London venue KOKO, and his sharp suit and bouncy moves perfectly reflect the breezy touches of reggae and swing that his......

Link About It: The Ethical Dilemma Behind Preserving World Art

As ancient artifacts become increasingly susceptible to destruction—especially in war-torn regions of the Middle East—Western museums have grown anxious to scoop up these prized pieces of history to protect them in their universal collections.

St Martins Lane Hotel, London: A recently revamped location that is light-filled, modern and welcoming

London’s Theatreland area can sometimes feel a bit stressful, with its scores of tourists rushing to get to the attractions.

DIY Furniture with a Few SNAPs: Make tables out of almost anything with these clamping steel legs, no drilling required

Spanish designers Maria Roca and Erika Biarnes of new company Be-elastic have come up with a creative way to help furniture keep up with our increasing mobile, space-conscious and environmentally-sensitive lives.

Sweden's Latest Bravur Watch Line: Sleek, modern accessories for your wrist

Swedish watchmaker Bravur follows its first entry into the market with a new model this summer. Called the BW002, the piece carries on from where its predecessor left off—remaining true to the company’s distinctive aesthetic and desire to create......

Link About It: Grace Jones Announces Her Upcoming Memoir

In 1981, Grace Jones released a song titled "Art Groupie" in which she sings, "I’ll never write my memoirs." Now—nearly 35 years later—the model, actress, singer and pioneering artist is changing her mind, explaining, “If I don’t, somebody else will......

Link About It: Why We're Adding One Second to Today's Time

If today feels like it's going by slower than usual, it’s because it is. A leap second will be added to today’s time in order to keep the Earth’s rotation in sync with the atomic clock.

Link About It: Dissecting Song Lyrics Through a Feminist Filter

Combining music, film and commentary, British-Jamaican filmmaker Cecile Emeke explores the strong emotional impact—whether good or bad—song lyrics can create in her new docu-series “Lines.” “Sometimes it’s a line that you’ve heard a hundred times and......

East Coast Tinning's Heirloom Copper Cookware: Coppersmith Jim Hamann develops his signature Duparquet line

While in France about 10 years ago, Jim Hamann and his partner ducked into an antique shop and found a huge stockpile of old copper cookware.