Mick Rock: EXPOSED

The photographer's iconic images in a Kate Moss-clad paperback book and on view in a coinciding NYC exhibition

Mick Rock‘s 256-page paperback version of “Exposed” is currently stuck in customs, but that hasn’t made the legendary rock’n’roll photographer slow down. As he told us on a tour of his exhibition of the same name—on now at NYC’s SUMO Gallery—he’s been busy “buggering about” with some of his iconic photos. For his classic Lou Reed image that graces the cover of Transformer, for example, …

Interview: Minna Kemell-Kutvonen and Sami Ruotsalainen

Two Marimekko creatives discuss the brand's learning culture and their latest "weather diary" collection

As the Helsinki-based brand gears up to celebrate the 50th anniversary of its iconic Unikko (poppy) print, Marimekko is still very much the prolific and relevant design house that it was when it was founded by Viljo and Armi Ratiain in 1951. The brand was launched in an effort to combat and revitalize the dull palette that characterized post-World War II Finland, so painters and …

American-Made Bags: Weekender

A classic bag made in New York

Fall brings with it the promise of travel getaways, from weekend leaf-peeping to warmer-weather escapes. Wherever you may go this season the right bag is key. We’ve gathered a variety of American-made options to pack for weekend jaunts and extended holidays, presenting a different one each day this week. Today we set our sights on a two-day escape with a full-sized weekender. Peters Mountain Works …