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Cynthia Chang started making sculptures in college at RISD, often as ornaments for her performance work. After graduating, she shifted her focus to wearable items, using her knowledge of sculptural objects and material manipulation. She launched her label Something Happening in 2014, with a couple of signature pieces and club-inspired one-offs and she showed her first full collection "Big Babies" during this this season’s NYFW. With her bold and playful designs, Chang works against current trends of normcore and all-black-everything in order to evoke a sense...
Donald Trump now has a beautiful shrine in his honor composed completely out of what he and his political philosophies are made of–dicks. This mosaic photo that represents the likeness of the Donald employs 500 shades of dick, and was uploaded to Reddit four days ago. Reddit users started tweeting at Trump in an attempt to get him to retweet the mosaic.   Hey @realDonaldTrump Big fan. Saw this awesome mosaic of you and thought you'd like to print it out for your office pic.twitter.com/BYQsjdar8C — Daltos is a...
Melissa McCarthy is pioneering a body-positivity revolution. She’s not only changing the game in Hollywood as a non-stereotypical leading lady, but also with her latest passion project—a clothing line called Seven7 that aims to improve plus-size women’s fashion. As a kid, the actress used to cut out images from magazines as inspiration for her own designs. “I’ve been every size on the planet,” McCarthy told Women’s Wear Daily. “I have experience dressing me as a 6, a 12, and more. And when you go above a...
Finally!  In a commercial that’s currently got more than one million views on YouTube, a special edition Moschino Barbie ad features a young boy playing with the “fierce!” doll.   Fashion designer Jeremy Scott came up with the design for the ad, and the young fauxhawked boy in the commercial was based on him. Scott told CBS in an email statement, “When I dreamed up the concept for the Moschino Barbie fauxmercial, I felt it was natural to have a little boy representing for all the little boys like...
“the thing about writing is / i can’t tell if it’s healing / or destroying me,” Rupi Kaur writes in her debut book of poetry, Milk and Honey. It’s a complete poem in its own - one of many micro-poems in the book, shorter than tweets but packed with power. “the rape will / tear you /  in half / but it / will not / end you” “i am undoing you / from my skin” “the way they / leave / tells you / everything” Kaur, who lives...
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