I’ve never seen someone express and comport themselves so harmoniously with the arts as Sofya did. The LACMA museum is the expansive sea to this babely fish. (photos by Allen Ying)
by Marie-Clare Treseder
Zlata by Nikita Zolotarev
Imagine a museum, nestled amidst some of the most celestial churches in the world, whose sole subject is sex. Needless to say, I was surprised when—on a recent escapade to the sacrosanct Basilique du Sacré-Cœur—I came upon the explicit Musée de l’érotisme.
by Maria Burmaster
On a nondescript, cold and rainy day we’re nestled inside London’s British Museum, soaking in a museum we’ve never visited and maybe even waiting for a blip of babe to pop up on our radar.
Not just any babe, we want radiance, beauty and preferably good news on this drab day. Then all wishful thinking stops. She appears. She appears in the colors of honeybee actually, and we feel warm again.
Her name is Adele or Delly, as her friends call her. She wears what looks to be a giant, asymmetrical yellow sheepskin vest over black: a tint of charcoal black crossed over with shades of witch black; basically all we can say is that she’s wearing lots of black.
It goes without saying but with such an outfit, this British lass is most definitely an untroubled style shaker and resplendent surprise on an otherwise gloomy London day.
Six months later, we’ve tracked down Adele to ask her a loads of questions that we were too sheepish to ask her in person, on that fateful day.
Debra was spotted at the MoMA PS1′s Warm Up party wearing what’s commonly referred to as a “playsuit” in England. Considering Debra’s sprightly demeanor, it’s a superiorly fitting term than our American “summer dress” appellation. Also, up front and center, is her well-traveled yet vibrantly spiffy Venice Biennale tote bag.
In a bland hallway, I saw a wandering pile of flowy confetti. Phyllis was spotted in the foyer of the MoMA PS1. She admitted that her jacket was scooped up at the dollar store and I loved her that much more for it. Good style doesn’t need to come at an exorbitant price. Plus, it’s probably best to save your loot for the museum entrance, anyway.
Thursday’s Up Next pyro-spattered EDM party by the water, presented by Thump is already at capacity?!
Why am I not surprised. The event’s got all the pulsating ingredients for a phenomenal party: interactive fireworks, skivvy-trembling dance music by Zedd, Duke Dumont and TOKiMONSTA, with an open bar on a pier by the Hudson River!
While the public RSVP link is now as good-for-nothing as the “g” in champagne, the overly fucking awesome fun squad over at Vice‘s dance music channel Thump have tossed Babes At The Museum a couple VIP passes to the June 20th launch of Up Next.
To win, ENTER HERE telling us what’s the most serotonin-scorching thing that could happen when you mix EDM and pyrotechnics. Winner receives 2 VIP tickets that guarantee entry and special access to the caboose-quaking bonanza.
What: Up Next with Zedd, Duke Dumont, and TOKiMONSTA
Date: Thursday, June 20. Doors open at 7:00 PM
Where: Hudson River Park’s Pier 84 | Entrance on W 44th St & 12th Ave
The deadline is Thursday, June 20th at Noon EST.
Teaser of what to expect
Often times, girls will inspire a guy’s keen sense of style; especially if that girl shops in the men’s section of vintage stores. Donning his steady’s psych-African print shirt and cracking a slight Peter Pan grin, it was hard to relinquish the impulse not to photograph Chris during visit at the MoMA PS1.
by Rogue Gallery Girl
After drifting through a desert of sober suited men and disenchanted chicks in black, otherwise known as Art Basel, the Scope Basel fair was like a bitchingly refreshing glass of lemonade. (more…)