Kenzo, Tiger Beer + World Wildlife Fund’s Capsule Collection

Four artists design bold limited edition garments for the Rare Stripes charitable collaboration

The global wild tiger population has dropped to a staggeringly small 3,890. It will continue to diminish without the aid of preservation organizations—and those who can offer their support to these non-profits. With that in mind, iconic fashion brand Kenzo (known for their emblematic tiger) has joined forces with pioneering Singaporean beverage company Tiger Beer on a quest to aid the World Wildlife Fund. The …

House of Holland’s Perfect Pride Collection

“A little bit jaded with the term ‘gender-neutral,’” Henry Holland—founder/designer at British label House of Holland—has created a capsule collection for Pride that’s made for everybody and can be worn all year ’round. The colorful, rainbow-colored suits aren’t emblazoned with cutesy slogans, rather they encapsulate the range’s name “Show Your True Colours.” Holland says, “I think [that phrase] is something that is often used in …

Link About It: This Week’s Picks

Reimagined classic paintings, a cure for the common cold, portraits of Jamaica's Gully Queens and more

1. Japanese Robots Capable of Building a Moon Colony Japanese start-up ispace has a lunar rover in flight-ready form. It’s an 8.3-pound machine composed of a durable carbon-fiber body, dynamic wheels and multiple cameras. The machine has been designed to stow equipment, with the end game being development of civilization on the moon. ispace believes they can populate the planet, and build a parallel society …

Wolff Olins + Print All Over Me’s #bandtogether Bandanas

A charitable initiative powered by superb art and using creativity for good

It’s been exactly one year since the shift in administration and if one good thing can be said of the erratic days, it’s that there has been an outpouring of empathy, charity and protest from many. Aware that the organizations at the forefront defending freedom and equality need constant funding, global creative agency Wolff Olins brought the work from 10 artists (one from within their …

Cancer Survivors Turn Radiation Masks To Art

According to Artsy, groups across the United States (and other nations) have taken radiation masks—mesh pieces molded to patents’ faces in advance of chemotherapy for head and neck cancer—and turned them into art. The groups are composed of artists, many of whom have survived cancer themselves. The results are striking, and carry an array of meaning: confrontation, reclamation, survival and more. In the process, awareness …