Born into a military family, McKeen grew up in several states and countries. He spent three childhood years on an Air Force base north of the Florida Keys during the Cuban Missile Crisis. Two stories in the anthology are his, drawn from that time in his life.
Royal Windsor horse show opens equestrian season in the UK and Gypsy Cobs continue a winning trend
Ilaria Venturini Fendi, like an alchemist, is an exquisite transformer and an educated redeemer of contemporary detritus. She redeems the innumerable objects of our consumerist culture and in the process transforms them with such care and wit into elegant items.
“I’ve always been interested in public spaces so The View from the Road demonstrated how the techniques we used to study Florence and elsewhere could be applied to illustrate why and how we feel oriented along our roads and pathways.
Chef PAUL PRUDHOMME may have brought the flavors of the New Orleans Vieux Carré to presidents and a king, but his deepest satisfaction comes from the food itself.
I’ve seen how the industry works and been able to watch it grow. In recent years, more African fashion magazines and blogs have sprouted up, and fashion weeks flourished. The interest in African fashion just keeps getting bigger and it’s crossing over now, so it seemed to me it was time for a definitive book on the subject.
Before joining the DESIGN MIAMI, Marianne Goebl held a position as Head of International Public Relations and Partner a role in which she was responsible for Vitra’s international public relations strategy, brand collaborations and partnerships.
Valerie Steele hardly needs introduction. The Director and Chief Curator of The Museum at the Fashion Institute of technology (MFIT), I’d last interviewed the prolific, doyenne of fashion in 1999.
On a macro scale, from a bird’s eye perspective, all Revolutions look the same. They move in amorphous waves of people ebbing and flowing, armed with their hand-drawn banners, flags and fists waving, all heading toward and away from some symbolic place