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Park Hyatt, Seoul: Celebrating its 10th anniversary this year with special events, the rare design hotel in South Korea proves it stay timeless


While there isn't a cloak of glamour surrounding it like its sister venue in Tokyo (the backdrop to Sofia Coppola's film "Lost in Translation"), Park Hyatt Seoul balances design and luxury in a respectful, low-key manner.

ListenUp: Jamie xx: Gosh


Creating even more anticipation for his debut album In Colour—set to release this June—is the music video for Jamie xx's single "Gosh." Using images from NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Goddard Space Flight Center, Scientific Visualization Studio......

Link About It: The Golden Age of NYC Radio


Red Bull Music delves into the New York City radio scene of the ‘80s in its short documentary, “Revolutions On Air: The Golden Era of New York Radio 1980-1988.” Just as the city awoke from the drug-fuelled phase of disco fever, New Yorkers began to......

Link About It: The GIFwrapped App


Sometimes a well executed GIF is the only response a text message or email requires, but finding the right GIF at the right time can often be an overwhelming endeavor.

Buy: Wine Barrel Cufflinks


For any wine enthusiast, upscale attire often accompanies tasting the best of the best while out on the town.

Three Fresh Cycling Kits for Spring: Ride in style, comfort and safety with these district jersey-shorts combinations


With road riding season upon us here in the Northern Hemisphere, we're eagerly assembling our gear for everything from Saturday centuries to weekday laps in the park.

2015 Pick Me Up Festival, London: From dinosaur sculptures to illustrations of intimidating women, the sixth annual graphic arts event highlights emerging artists


This year’s edition of excellent London graphic design festival Pick Me Up had a slightly more commercial feel than last year’s, with a number of the upstairs studios and galleries offering multiple products beyond prints, and retailer Lazy Oaf showcasing......

ListenUp: An impressive live mash-up by Shawn Wasabi, dogs running to Christian Tiger School's beats, Sia remixed and more in this week's music


Christian Tiger School: Chorisolo South African electronic duo Christian Tiger are set to drop their debut full-length Chrome Tapes this summer on NYC hip hop label Tommy Boy Entertainment.

Link About It: This Week's Picks: Honey-covered portrait models, the Hubble turns 25 and a farewell to the real Rosie the Riveter in this week's look at the web


1. Happy Birthday Hubble Today, 24 April 2015, the Hubble Telescope turns 25 years old. During its quarter-century, the Hubble has produced an incredible array of now iconic images, including the famous Hubble Deep Field—where the telescope aimed......

Wary Meyers Japanese Cherry Blossom Candle and Soap : While the ephemeral sakura will soon fade, extend the season through these scented bundles of joy


Having been loyal followers of Wary Meyer's Instagram account for some time (where they post interior design inspiration from the '60s and '70s that kindle a deep yearning), we were excited to learn that the husband and wife duo's newest offering......

The Other Art Fair, London: From the art of sign painting to dreamy aerial imagery, our picks for eye-catching and affordable creations on view now


For those London-dwellers who don’t have the wallet to buy their art at Frieze, alternative event The Other Art Fair proves a bit more affordable.

Luxe Summer Basics from Goodlife Clothing: Fabric-forward terry and cotton apparel that's as soft as it looks


Clothes aren't everything, but the right clothes at the right time can make all the difference—especially when it comes to kicking back in the summertime.

Link About It: The Making of The "Walking New York" Cover


Renowned French street artist JR has teamed up with The New York Times Magazine for a striking new cover for the upcoming “Walking New York” special edition zine.

ListenUp: Sia: Big Girls Cry (E.A.S.Y. Remix)


Sia's mega-star status may have only been solidified globally in the last few years, but the truth of the matter is she has long been creating music of remarkable depth and power.

Slow Factory + World Wildlife Fund: Petit Atlas Collection : Bringing NASA satellite imagery of Earth's beautiful landscapes to luxe and versatile silk scarves


by Chérmelle D. Edwards As part of the independent design incubator Manufacture New York, design boutique Slow Factory merges silk and satellite images into sustainably designed, limited edition scarves.

Link About It: Warby Parker's Luminary Collection


Warby Parker’s latest addition to its line-up of affordable frames features Japanese titanium and retro styling.

Art of the Italian Two Wheel: A homage to 1960s and '70s Italian motorcycle design, on show in NYC


Stuart Parr's expansive collection of vintage Italian motorcycles is a sight to see, so we took a trip to 285 Madison Avenue in New York City where Parr is currently exhibiting a selection of his beautiful bikes.

Milan Design Week: Incredible Mirrors: From the iridescent to the structural and trippy, designs that take viewers through the looking glass


by Jill Singer What is it that makes the mirror such fertile ground for experimentation among designers?

Link About It: Happy Birthday Hubble


Today, 24 April 2015, the Hubble Telescope turns 25 years old. During its quarter-century, the Hubble has produced an incredible array of now iconic images, including the famous Hubble Deep Field—where the telescope aimed its lens at a tiny speck in......

The New Whitney Museum's "America is Hard to See": Previewing the inaugural multi-floor exhibition in a stunning new home designed by Renzo Piano


Two years ago, we ventured over to 99 Gansevoort Street in NYC to tour the construction site of famed architect Renzo Piano's new Whitney Museum of American Art building.


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