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“Star Wars”-Themed Gowns Invade Fashion Week

Rodarte just won Fashion Week: The fashion house’s mind-blowingly awesome <i>Star Wars</i>-themed Autumn/Winter 2014 collection would’ve been perfect for bridesmaids at Princess Leia and Han Solo’s wedding. Images of Yoda, Luke Skywalker, C-3PO, R2-D2, and the glowing moons of Tatooine grace these flowing …

Fashion Week

Oona Ratcliffe’s Broken Topographies

This week’s CMYLK pairs Colourlovers palettes with three paintings by California-born artist Oona Ratcliffe, whose work is represented by gallery …

Story-telling illustrations by Emilie Sarnel - The Fox Is Black

Emilie Sarnel illustrates pinup girls, anthropomorphic food items, wolves with attitude, and tropical countries using bold black lines and bright …

City Guides: Cape Town

Cradled by a striking 360-degree panorama of a horseshoe-shaped mountain range and the sparkling sea, Cape Town is one of the most majestic metropolises on Earth. But the city's magnetism goes beyond its obvious visual appeal, and this year South Africa's Mother City is being internationally …

Cape Town

This Week in Acrophilia: In Observance of Chinese New Year, Russian Daredevils Scale 2,000-ft. Shanghai Tower, and Man on Wire on Hot Air Balloons

As a first generation Chinese-American living in NYC (the fabled Greater New York Combined Statistical Area has the largest concentration in the …

Rainmaker: A Plant Watering Cloud

Who needs a fancy watering can when you can take an old plastic soda bottle (1, 1.5, or 2 liter) and attach the adorable Rainmaker to it to get the …

A New Line Of Steampunk-Inspired Accessories From Tom Dixon

Last year, around this time, Tom Dixon released a retro-styled line of home accessories called Eclectic. True to the name, the curious collection was intended for “the eccentric collector’s cabinet, the modern architect’s table, and the British tearoom trolley.”<p>Last week the British designer rolled …