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)
You’ll wish you had bought that bottle of talcum powder at the 99 cent store for those extra humid crotch spots.
Here, the mesmerizingly adorable Nanna demonstrates how to relish the dog days with a simple white tank that shows off a winding collarbone and silky smooth guns.
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If Michael Heizer’s colossal rock were to come undone from its LACMA support fixtures, Russian ruffian Sofia assures us that her brawn would save the day. (Photo by Allen Ying)
I don’t know much about shoes but I know enough to pay attention to a girl’s flats if they feature cat ears and whiskers on them. Alexa Chung keeps it simple at the New Museum. She was spotted right before she hopped on Carsten Höller’s interactive Slide installation. (photo by Xavier Aaronson)
We first met Brianna at the MOCA. She was doning a slightly see through sweater and some cheeky, lacerated jean shorts. Her bare-legged stance and winning expression was everything you’d expect from the youthful spirit of the West Coast.
Brianna‘s flowing blonde locks and feline fragility were impossible to erase from our banana brain. So we recently touched base with the LA-based model to sneak an irresistible second glimpse of her unmistakably precipitous frame. This time, the photos were taken outside of the museum, way after closing hours.
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.
Museums need more seating and make for chill dates. Meghan is from Canada and in her five years in NYC we managed to spot her for a split second while on a date with a boy at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The Ancient Egyptian jewelry is her favorite section of the museum.
Deep in the Minas Gerais region of Brazil, off the beaten pathes of São Paulo or Rio de Janeiro there is a contemporary art museum that also boasts its own botanical garden called the Museu Inhotim. I can’t think of a better, more remote place to shoot, which still qualifies as a museum. Spotted at Inhotim was Carol, who was really vibing out to Brazilian visual artist Hélio Oiticica’s Grade installation.
Anja Mæland Måkestad is a photographer and editor for Norwegian television. She’s from a beautiful place on the West coast of Norway you’ve probably never heard called Hardanger. One day, she hopes to return to Hardanger where she’ll set up a spa-like exile center for stressed out city people who can come to relax and drink sparkling apple cider while looking out over the fjords and mountains. Anja was spotted toying around with a kaleidoscope at the gift shop of the Deutsche Guggenheim in Berlin. (photo by Elisabeth Bergaust)