Normani Checks a Few Things Off Of Her “Checklist” or The New Norm(ani)
Normani is checking a few things off of her “Checklist” starting with the release of her two-track project with powerhouse producer Calvin Harris. The former Fifth Harmony member previously tested the waters as a solo artist with hit song “Love Lies” feat. Khalid, but this time around, Normani dives in head first, making a splash with two new songs “Checklist” & “Slow Down”.
The first track “Checklist” illustrates Kordei’s range as an artist. Offering fans a new sound, K…
Sies Marjan and Barneys Give Back But Make It Fashion
On Wednesday, Barneys New York, V sat down with Sies Marjan designer Sander Lak designer at a private sale benefiting the non-profit RXART, which serves to transform pediatric hospitals into lively artistic environments. Lak was a natural choice to headline the event; not only known for lighting up the runway with kaleidoscopic textures and tailoring, he is also a big fan of the storied department store.
“We love Barneys!” he says. “They were the first one to pick us up when we started,…
Hora Skin Care Proves CBD Is More Than a Buzzword
Hot on the heels of Canada’s legalization of recreational marijuana, there’s never been a better time to openly embrace all the cannabis plant has to offer. Enter the CBD beauty phenomenon, full of cosmetics brands proclaiming the supposed benefits of the cannabidiol compound, from reducing inflammation to preventing acne without any of the psychological effects associated with its better-known cousin, THC.
Los Angeles-based Hora Skin Care, which launched earlier this year with the goal of in…
LORDELE Takes On Collective Nature & Sustainability
For the third collection of LORDELE, Beyond the Valley, designer Nay Campbell chose a junkyard across the street from McKibbin lofts in Bushwick to host the show. Nay played around with existential ideas about our digital reality when drawing up inspiration for the collection. “Do we actually care about each other and progress? Or is Instagram creating a facade?” they said.
Nay said that most inspiration grew from the aspects of American culture that are actually ‘killing’ us, like the pink s…
Tutorial Tuesdays With Rihanna is Now a Thing
If you examine Rihanna’s resume, one quickly discovers why and how the multi-faceted mogul continues to keep us wanting more. First it was music, then it was fashion on both front row and on the runway, followed by a beauty empire and a lingerie dynasty. You see, everything RiRi touches turns to gold and today, under her Fenty Beauty umbrella, Rihanna announced she is on her way to redefining and setting a new the modern art form known as: the beauty tutorial.
The Era of Ella Mai Has Begun
After her song-of-the-summer contender “Boo’d Up” cracked the Top 10 on Billboard’s Hot 100, R&B artist Ella Mai has proven she’s far from a one trick pony.
This past, Friday UK singer-songwriter released her highly anticipated album, Ella Mai, a mix of classic R&B and millennial-infused reflections on love. Expanding on the percussive sweetness of “Boo’d Up,” Mai’s up-tempo harmonies prove there’s no set formula for catching feelings—from “Whatchamacallit” f…
‘Biennale Bitch’ Goes Behind The Scenes of the Art World
Obviously, there’s more to the art world than just auctions and appetizers. That’s why arts reporter Nadja Sayej (author of the bestseller The Celebrity Interview Book) decided to finally put her nine years of traveling through the European art scene in writing. Her new book, Biennale Bitch, is composed of 30 short stories behind the art world articles, and off-the-record snapshots of Salma Hayek, Patti Smith, Lady Gaga, Claude Picasso, John Waters, Thom Yorke, the Wu-Tang Clan, and more.