Five Visually-Stunning New York City Fashion-Related Art Experiences

From a serene, pink rock garden to a Spike Jonze play with wild choreography and so many more inspired events

Fashion month has commenced and with it a cross-cultural, cross-pollinated series of art events. As always, it’s more than clothes on display. Sculptures, illustrations and even theatrical performances are underway. Refinery29’s 29Rooms certainly leads the art pack from the scope and scale perspective, but it’s far from the only immersive experience. Artists honor the art form of fashion in so many ways—or find themselves in …

Five Cocktails From The Creative Time Spring Gala 2017

A bathtub full of Bombay Sapphire gin and a medley of the most uncommon flavors come to life

New York City public art non-profit Creative Time convened this week for their annual spring gala. The organization, forever growing in acclaim for their ambitious large-scale commissions, honored the work of Opening Ceremony founders Humberto Leon and Carol Lim. They also teased at their Pledges of Allegiance project featuring artist-designed flags with social justice messaging—which properly commences across NYC on Flag Day, 14 June 2017. …

Sumzine Slow Fashion Magazine

This alternative publication is sparking a much-needed dialogue about the fashion industry

No one knows more about the ins and outs of the fashion industry than a stylist who truly has a finger on the pulse of everything industry-related—from designers to buyers, manufacturers, retailers and publications. So when Jamie Ortega—a stylist with a decade of experience working in fashion—says there’s something wrong with the industry, it’s wise to listen. According to Ortega, fast fashion’s high costs are …