Embrace Your Insecurities Sometimes, it’s unnecessary to travel great distances to learn to love yourself. Rather, sometimes your mind is your closest destination. Growing up, we are all constantly surrounded with images depicting society’s ideal of beauty and advertisements suggesting that we are all flawed in some way, shape or form. Even worse, we are surrounded by […]Read more
There is a certain rhythm to becoming a Pulitzer Prize-winning critic. For Sarah Kaufman, dance critic of The Washington Post, leaping to the beat of her own drum gracefully landed her on top. “There’s a strong streak of independence involved,” Kaufman said. “It’s not just about writing the obvious or stating the obvious in the best […]Read more
Art critics, you are wanted. But first, you must be an expert. It’s the typical scene at nearly every fashion show over the past few years, according to fashion event producer, Susan Sidor. The venue is lightly lit with a long, sterile runway dividing the spectators as Sidor mingles with her colleagues and other elite […]Read more
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Arms flailing, legs gyrating, hips thrusting, facial expressions contorting in sync with the beating of drums? Sounds more like a modern day rave than a runway show. But, It wasn’t. Rather, it was the scene set for the Kenzo x H&M presentation by the innovative designer duo Carol Lim and Humberto Leon of Opening Ceremony and Kenzo. In […]Read more
In a world full of criticism, is everyone really a “critic”? It would certainly appear so, as today’s society is increasingly being governed by the thoughts and opinions of social media users, whose influence on the arts and entertainment, we see every hour of every day. If you merely search the name of the latest Beyoncé […]Read more