Step into the vibrant world of creativity, as we dive into the latest art, pop culture, and fashion trends this Friday.
Art for a Cause: Support Morocco
By purchasing a print, you can show your support for Morocco. Featuring the creative work of 26 talented artists, with 26 unique prints available. The best part is that 100% of the proceeds from these purchases will be directed towards two NGOs, Amal Women’s Training Center and Rif Tribes Foundation. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to contribute to a meaningful cause while appreciating the artistry of Moroccan talent. Act fast, as the deadline for purchases is September 30th: artistsformorocco.com
Breaking News: Sarah Burton Bids Farewell to Alexander McQueen
The upcoming show by Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen on September 30th, scheduled during Paris Fashion Week, signals the end of an era for the renowned British luxury brand. After an impressive 26-year tenure as the creative director, Sarah Burton is bidding farewell to Alexander McQueen. Kering announced that this show will symbolize the culmination of an exceptionally fruitful collaboration.
Illustrating Hope: Marika Maijala’s Creative Vision at Satapsykiatria
Illustrator Marika Maijala has beautifully adorned the Satapsykiatria Psychiatric Hospital in Pori, Finland, with wall illustrations using her beloved oil pastels. Her mission: to bring joy and hope to the children’s psychiatric ward and its visitors, a task she embraced with unwavering dedication. Thanks to the collaborative efforts of Marjo Heino and Kristiina Tynjälä, this project radiates positivity and artistic transformation, leaving a lasting impact on all who experience it.
Rooftop Glamor Under House Arrest
In a remarkable turn of events at New York Fashion Week, art world scammer, Anna Delvey astounded everyone by co-hosting a rooftop fashion extravaganza with Kelly Cutrone for the Shao brand at her apartment building, all while fulfilling her house arrest obligations.
Is Shenzhen Poised to Emerge as China’s Next Cultural Epicenter?
From now until 17 September, the vibrant city of Shenzhen will play host to the second edition of the DnA SHENZHEN design and art fair at MOCAUP (Shenzhen Museum of Contemporary Art and Urban Planning). This event, sponsored by ART021, seeks to bolster the burgeoning art scene in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area. With a diverse lineup of over 30 exhibitors from China and beyond, the fair promises to be a captivating showcase of collectible design, painting, sculpture, photography, and more.