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Camber & The Temple of Dendur

Camber & The Temple of Dendur

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Camber is living that Pharaoh life of queenly respite and adulation. More photos here (more…)


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Bonnie at the Met

Bonnie at the Met

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“Visiting the Met on an empty day with fantastic guides is such a treat. You get to experience the art in a way you typically don’t have the chance to, in a calming (sometimes creepy) silence and without any potential photo-bombers! Any photographer’s dream. Good moments to be captured with a babe like Bonnie in company.”
-  Amanda Jas

 

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Bonnie Burke at the MET photographed by Amanda Jas 


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A Guide To Tasmania's Art Scene with Andrew Harper

A Guide To Tasmania’s Art Scene with Andrew Harper

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What do you know about Tasmania other than what the Looney Tunes has grossly led you to believe about their endemic species?

Believe it or not, but this teeny Australian island – adrift in the South Pacific, about 300 miles away from Melbourne – boasts a sprightly and experimental art scene that only a few globe-trotters will ever stretch their sea legs to get a glimpse of.

Since I’m way shy of the frequent fliers miles necessary to travel to the antipodes of Brooklyn and my knowledge of the Tazzie arts is limited to hashtag-happy Instagramers I stumble upon,  I sought expert help in order to learn more about Tasmanian art.

It didn’t take long until I was pointed to local artist, writer, performer, and all-Tas-everything connoisseur, Andrew Harper.  Check out our interview to find out more about what is arguably the most secluded art scene in the world and pick up some clutter-beating tips for where to eat and play in Tasmania.

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Mallory In Full Babe Regalia

Mallory In Full Babe Regalia

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Who has two thumbs and loves plain white tees? Artist and super fit yoga master Mallory showing love in her crisp, new Babes t-shirt.


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Erica at the Maxxi

Erica at the Maxxi

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I would hate to be the healthy conscious that has to relinquish the impulse to pounce on this temptress. For a room coated in slabs of chilly gunmetal, it’s surprising how a gentle glance and a sprightly outfit can warm up the place. Here’s Botticelli’s muse just hanging out at the Maxxi museum in Rome.

 


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Our German Babe Ambassador: Mia

Our German Babe Ambassador: Mia

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heylilahey babes at the museum t-shirt

I’d be mad if Mia wasn’t covering  up the letters to her BATM t-shirt or else she’d freeze her tush off in this German tundra. More chilly photos on her own blog Hey Lila Hey and if you’d like a taste of who Mia really is, check out our interview with her on Babe Behind The Babe.


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Edie at Several Museums

Edie at Several Museums

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Alisadair McLellan shoots Edie Campbell for 032c Magazine 2

At my first Art History class  back in college, I arrived late to a crowded classroom, disproportionately dominated by women. These photos  by Alisadair McLellan of  Edie Campbell for 032c magazine remind me exactly of that first day and my first reaction, which was  to plant myself  in the front row, away from gorgeous and smarter-than-I distractions. The location  of the photos is uncertain but  if I had to guess, I’d say that the photos were taken at the Victoria and Albert Museum and perhaps also at the British Museum. I could be wrong. More photos  at It’s Nice That.


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Trang at Natural History Museum

Trang at Natural History Museum

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Trang Huynh at Natural History Museum

Trang Huynh at Natural History Museum

 

I went to the Planetarium to space out for a day and what do I stumble into:  a dress rehearsal for an upcoming fashion show. Here Trang takes a breather from her runway drills  to flex some poised glances for the camera. (Photo by Xavier Aaronson)


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Emilie at the Met

Emilie at the Met

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Emilie Ghilaga at Met Museum with Morris Louis "Untitled"

Emilie Ghilaga at Met Museum with Morris Louis "Untitled"

Sunday at the Met Museum is basically one big obstacle course of feet-dragging tourists. But after spotting a babe in the distance, it makes all the human slaloming worthwhile. Here is New York fashion designer Emilie Ghilaga whose style colors outside the lines of the Upper East Side uniform with a suede vintage Bogner ski jacket, snakeskin leggings and an irreproachable pair of Chucks. You can check out Emilie’s own collection here(Photo by Xavier Aaronson)  (more…)


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Valérie at Museum of Natural History of Hanoi

Valérie at Museum of Natural History of Hanoi

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Valérie Ciriadès at the Museum of Natural History, Hanoi, Vietnam - 2013 Photo: Luigi Dias

Brazilian designer and restless wayfarer Valérie Ciriadès spotted at the Museum of Natural History in Hanoi, Vietnam. (Photo by Luigi Dias)


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Anna at Arken

Anna at Arken

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How’s a girl supposed to see with all this hair, fog, and cerulean glow in her way? Anna’s doing her best not to bump into to anyone inside of Olafur Eliasson’s Your Blind Passenger tunnel installation at the Arken Museum. (Photo by Sarah Tora Hansen)

Here’s a video of the alluring and disorienting experience:


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Siobhan at New Museum

Siobhan at New Museum

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Security has been so good at their job lately that I’ve resorted to doggy paddling around the lobby of museums to snap a stylish photo. Here is a gleaming needle in a haystack, Siobhan spotted at the New Museum.  (Photo by Xavier Aaronson)


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