Inspired by the street style scene of late 1990s Rotterdam, photographer Ari Versluis and profiler Ellie Uyttenbroek have spent the past 20 years compiling photographic studies of the dress codes of Europe’s diverse social groups. We recently talked to the duo about the massive project, their encounters while creating the work, and the blurred lines between self expression and uniformity.
Continuing our ongoing narrative of interesting things happening around the world, our very own quasi-expat and former Seoul resident, A.J. Lund, took a quick jump across the Pacific to catch the Seoul Fashion Week in its fourteenth year. While there, she caught up with old friends, mingled with supermodels and K-pop singers, and got a firsthand look at some of the newest styles that Seoul has to offer.
With 2014′s Opening Day quickly approaching, it’s always compelling to take a look back at the sport of baseball. To most Americans, baseball is hailed above all other sports – America’s National Pastime. It’s often said that spring doesn’t officially start until the first pitch on Opening Day is thrown. Baseball is consistent amongst other things, the game dating back more than 200 years. However, if you were to head north to Michigan nearly a century ago, beards would take precedence over bats and you could follow a winning team that would never be forgotten.
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