Garth Greenwell’s “What Belongs to You” (Farrar, Straus and Giroux) appeared early in 2016, and is a short first novel by a young writer; still, it was not easily surpassed by anything that appeared later
Decision making is a social exercise. This may seem counterintuitive for those that identify with independent rationality, but our brains are hardwired to seek cues and indicators from our environment.
The global design firm Snøhetta forges an intimate storefront and visual identity for a bespoke shoemaker. Stepping into Faust is like going to church, but the sermon is all about bespoke shoes. The austere
A logo created for America’s 200th birthday is a reminder of national pride at a divided time. Forty years ago, the United States turned 200. It was a divisive time, with the loss of the Vietnam War and
Yi-Fei Chen turned her frustrations into a literal weapon. Ask any parent, any spouse, or any histrionic teenager, and they’ll tell you: Tears can be used as weapons. Until now, though, those weapons figurative,
In 2015, The Monster Project gave one group of lucky children the chance to bring their dreamy drawings of monsters to life. Now, one year later, the make-believe beasts are back, thanks to talented artists,
Tbilisi’s second fashion week comes to a close today, marking the end of a nearly month-long season where dozens of designers proved that Demna Gvasalia is hardly the only design talent from Georgia’s