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Iain Hetherington is a British artist born in 1978. His paintings include obvious fashion signifiers like New Era caps and gold chains, without the actual human wearing them. The disembodied accessories draw upon the cultural values associated with them, leaving us to wonder who’s actually wearing them in the picture? The composition becomes both portrait and still life and the hats and jewelry become props for character adaptation.
He uses thick impasto strokes and expressive gestures so his paintings end up looking like a painter’s palette after a long day at the easel. I love his work, but I wonder where he will go next. He is becoming well known for this style and subject matter, so I am curious to see how he changes it up in the future.
On another note, if you haven’t seen it yet, the Lanvin for H&M fashion show is amazing! I certainly wasn’t going to spend the night outside an H&M to fight my way to a new cocktail dress, but the collection is really cool. Congrats to all who scored some merch!
Yesterday I hopped on the sub and headed to the Whitney Museum to see the Giorgia O’Keefe Abstraction exhibit. She is most known for her flower paintings and New Mexico landscapes, but this show featured lesser known early works starting with some charcoal drawings from 1915. They feature organic and undulating forms and were considered quite radical at the time. She strove to express feelings and emotions that she didn’t think words could describe, and you really do see such movement and power in the forms and colors in her work. It’s as if the shapes are coming to some crescendo of sexual awareness. There were a lot of little old ladies (complete with rascals and walkers) at the show which was interesting to me because her work is so blush-worthy sexual, but it is in the most innocent way. There is also a nice selection of very sensual nudes of Giorgia, taken by the great photographer Alfred Stieglitz. Here are some of the works shown:
I also put together some fashion inspired by Giorgia O’Keefe’s lovely works. I’d love to go on holiday wearing the Rosa Cha shorts paired with a white t-shirt and some sandals. Enjoy, and try to catch the exhibit if you can:
If you’re like me, you are dreaming of the beach these days. I mean when I looked at the dashboard on my computer today, it said it was 26 degrees, feels like 2. Ugh! And for all my girls who are in Australia right now, if I see one more bikini clad photo from you, I am gonna lose my mind.
So in honor of wanting to be ANYWHERE warm right now, I have put together a beach outfit that’s raring to go. Here are my pieces of advice for a proper beach wardrobe:
1) like your suits. You will always look upon your bathing suits with fondness when packing for your holiday, so make sure you love them, and feel your best in them. Figleaves.com is a great site to shop for swimwear because you can try suits on in the privacy of your own home, and return what doesn’t work. They also have suits that flatter all shapes and sizes including DD+ cup size.
2) invest in good sunnies. As long as you aren’t the type to tip over in a boat and lose them, then buy some good ones. Your eyes will thank you, and you’ll always look great in your holiday photos.
3) buy scarves. I collect vintage silk scarves and I cover my head with them when on holliday. They protect your hair from the sun, and they add so much to your beach look. There are baskets full of someone’s grandma scarves at your local vintage shops so buy them up. They are cheap and you can get them wet in the ocean, wring them out and they still look great. Just remember to protect your face! Here is my favorite sunscreen.
4) Buy cover-ups that double as something you’d actually wear out at night. Forget those lame-ass matching skirt things, they just don’t look right, and it’s better to bring things that you can wear more than one way.
5) As opposed to a large beach bag, I prefer a tiny bag you can wear across your body. This way you can take a long walk on the beach carrying just your key, money, and some sunscreen.
6) You can’t go wrong with Havaiana flip flops. I don’t mess around with gladiators and all their strappy straps at the beach. Honestly the classic flip flop is the most practical.
With this said, may your beaches be bright and your water warm, and remember to pour a little out for the homies still freezing in the city.