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Hone Your Craft

Take a Walking Tour of the Most Photogenic Spots in L.A.’s Silverlake ‘Hood

Hone Your Craft BY jasmine respess 08/01/2019
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"Since moving to L.A., I have more time to look at the things around me, and I have noticed beauty in what seem like mundane things," says Emily Reside, who creates linear ceramics under the name Emmeline Ceramics and made her way west in 2018 after a good, long stint in New York. "When we first came out here, I couldn't imagine living anywhere but Silverlake." Her work is an ode to California in vibrant colors and eclectic forms. Emily and her husband Alex Reside are both super-talented photographers, so Emily took us a photo tour of the spots she heads to straightaway when she needs some fresh material. READ MORE
Inside Job

Take Cues from This Very Cool French Jeweler’s Brooklyn Studio

Inside Job BY katie nave freeman 07/31/2019
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Julie Thevénot has an excellent eye - one glance at the avant-garde, often playful earrings and objects she makes offers plenty of evidence of that. Same goes for stepping into her Williamsburg, Brooklyn, studio, which fuses her background as a sculptor with the drive for creative inspiration and energy that brought her to NYC in the first place in 2005. Come on and see for yourself. READ MORE
Listen Up

Listen Up: Rachel DeLoache Williams Goes Deep on Her Book About Fake Heiress Anna Delvey

Listen Up BY marissa hoffman 07/29/2019
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This week, we're thrilled to sit down with Rachel DeLoache Williams, whose new book, My Friend Anna - the BTS story of how the fake heiress Anna Delvey scammed her out of $62,000 - you probably preordered the second you heard about it. Rachel has so much to say about the trials (quite literally!) and tribulations of being one-time friends with Anna, how this experience has affected her take on trust, and how she's doing her best to make lemonade outta the whole thing. READ MORE
Get Outta Town

Tackle a Rocky Mountain Hiking Trip with This Texas Designer

Get Outta Town BY katie nave freeman 07/24/2019
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The ceramic artist Wyatt Little prefers his Houston studio to most places in the world, but being on an epic, out-in-nature adventure is a close second. "I usually have to be dragged out of my studio for a vacation, but I'll happily drop everything and drive 18 hours to head to the mountains," says Wyatt. Here's his helpful - and plenty inspiring - recap of a recent trip to the Rocky Mountains so you too can hit new heights. READ MORE

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