Sara Radin is a freelance writer, community organiser and trend forecaster based in Brooklyn, New York.
Pia Camil turns old T-shirts into art
Her colorful installations made up of recycled clothing explore identity, immigration, and consumerism.
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Cow print is the unexpected trend of 2019
"Bitch, I’m a cow!"
SC103 is the new cult label blurring the lines between practical and absurd
Designers Sophie Andes-Gascon and Claire McKinney dressed longtime collaborator Maryam Nassir Zadeh in their pieces at their NYFW debut.
These bizarre beauty looks are miniature masterpieces
From eyeballs to butterflies, there's nothing Circus Shark won't glue to her face.
How being vulnerable on social media is keeping us from real life intimacy
Sharing our feelings online could actually make us feel more alone.
meet the artist turning your favorite foods into tiny accessories
Pastry chef Daisy Mijangos transforms her love of baked goods into delectable jewelry.
daniel arnold’s photography is a never-ending experiment with vulnerability
The photographer talks being a “student of discomfort” and having his first solo show in New York.
what the sustainable movement is missing about privilege
We talk to activists and writers about how we can make green living more inclusive.
suzanne lacy on making feminist art and why everyone should be an activist
"I tend to see activism as a human endeavour that goes along with citizenship. You can be an activist as a doctor, you can be activist as a psychotherapist, and you can be activist as an artist."
three things we learned at frieze’s art and fashion summit
The inspiring conversations with cultural visionaries highlighted the relationship between art, fashion, and identity.
we need to change the way we think about sustainable fashion
Activist Céline Semaan explains why we can't just buy into sustainability, we have to change the way we live.
why are we so bad at breaking up with people?
i-D explores the lack of authenticity and directness when it comes to dating and breaking up with people today.