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East London's White Lyan Cocktail Bar: Few brands are found in this venue that creates their own house spirits


London's appreciation of a good cocktail can easily be traced back to 1891, but right now the craft resurgence is at a new high point: solid offerings continue to pop up across the metropolitan with an array of well-made classic and neo-classic...

SIGNAL Light Festival 2014, Prague: In its second year, the spectacular three-day celebration becomes the Czech Republic's most well-attended cultural event


With Prague's incredible collection of pristine architecture, it's hard to imagine it possible to make this former Bohemian capital even more beautiful.

The Bone Collection: Zimbabwean designer Vayshalee Naran gives the classic bracelet an anatomical twist


Designer Vayshalee Naran's Bone Collection has made a potentially grim object—the rib bone—into a beautiful bracelet that weighs with meaning.

Interview: Iggy Pop: The iconic rocker on picking up women in daylight, his greatest moments and his new clothing collaboration with Sailor Jerry


No musician ushered in the punk rock movement with as much fervor and chaos as Iggy Pop. He defined the times.

Seven Designers of the Future at La Rinascente: The Italian retailer offers limited edition work by emerging designers sourced from Milan Design Week


Each year during Milan Design week, SaloneSatellite is the area of Salone del Mobile devoted to emerging designers and schools.

Salvatore Calabrese at The Cromwell, Las Vegas: The master bartender discusses what it means to make a signature cocktail menu around the world


There are few people in the spirits world with a name as recognizable as Salvatore Calabrese. Yes, he held the world record for most expensive cocktail (pricey because of the rare, vintage cognac he used dating...

Moniker Art Fair 2014: A celebration of contemporary art rooted in urban culture in East London


Innovative art company Moniker Projects’ eponymous Moniker Art Fair just marked its fifth anniversary with a three-day show at The Truman Brewery in the creative and commercial center...

CHV: Kawasaki Building The Wheel: Wheels big and small made in house, thousands at a time


In our fourth and final piece from our visit with Kawasaki in Lincoln, NE we went to a smaller corner of their enormous plant.

Three Blacked-out Boots For Fall: Keeping it simple but never basic with mixed materials in a monochromatic colorway


With the temperatures dropping and the days getting shorter here in NYC, it's the optimal time to invest in versatile all-weather footwear.

ASSEMBLE XII: A Sonic Experiment at the Ace Hotel: The avant-garde collective gathers for another explosive, one-of-a-kind performance in NYC


It's CMJ week in NYC, meaning the streets are flooded with thousands of artists vying for attention. In a festival that offers more music than anyone can possibly endure, avant-garde performance experiment ,...

CHV: Kawasaki Jet Ski Assembly Line: The surprisingly complex process behind creating the jet-propelled personal watercraft


The third video from our visit to Kawasaki's labyrinthine production facility covers their jet ski assembly line.

The Haas Brothers Volume 1: A beautiful, comprehensive monograph accompanying the artists' solo NYC show


With wildly imaginative designs and an eye for material, The Haas Brothers have been redefining home decor, art and furniture since 2010.

Satta Presents Spiritual Materialism: The London-based artist takes up residence in Bali for a show featuring mixed media and reclaimed wood


Drawing on a combination of illustration, painting and woodworking skills, Joe Lauder has swiftly put Satta—his line of retro-inspired, handmade cruiser skateboards and accompanying apparel—on the global skate and surf radar.

Ultraolive Taped Seam Dry Bag: Keep essentials dry or stash away wet and dirty gear without spreading the mess in your suitcase


There's nothing worse than needing to pack a pair of dirty running shoes or workout clothes into a (semi) clean suitcase of clothes—especially after a rainy day jog.

The Possible Project: A Makerspace for Teen Entrepreneurs: An after school program campaigns for funds to provide students with a cutting-edge, hands-on learning environment


In a world where even a college degree seems to be barely enough to start a successful career path of any kind, entry into the workforce now demands a worthy skill set and competitive edge in a global economy.

Brook There's Ethically Made, Organic Lingerie: The Portland, ME-based designer chats about creating a comfortable alternative to synthetic basics


When Brook DeLorme first launched her line Brook There in 2007 as a spin-off of her and husband's shirting label Seawall, her focus was on creating soft, easy loungewear...

Test Drive: 2015 Aston Martin V12 Vantage S Roadster: Power, maneuverability and style all packed into s surprisingly compact body, the British automaker delivers on all fronts


by James Willard The V12 Vantage was originally created as a love letter to 12-cylinder motoring. When the beloved British brand squeezed its most potent V12 engine between the frame rails of its smallest model, Aston Martin wasn’t aiming for success,...

Caicifang: A New Life for Ancient Porcelain: Salvaging precious shards of history to bring a taste of tradition to contemporary design


Since the beginning of last century, when the Qing dynasty was in its final years, China had a tradition of recovering old fragments of precious ceramic.

What I Love About Movies: Film magazine Little White Lies surveys 50 notable industry people, from the Coen Brothers to Philip Seymour Hoffman, on their motivations in this new book


Since 2005, Little White Lies has been a unique creative read for film buffs seeking something besides hype.

Geometric Portraits by Allison Kunath: Re-imagining the human form through geometrical patterns and shapes


by Chérmelle D. Edwards Allison Kunath, a Los Angeles-based visual artist and fashion designer, has developed a distinct style over the past few years, creating geometric portraits of people—such as...


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