Russian brand Walk of Shame is named for the awkward commute home after a long, raging night. But the new-to-OC brand is nothing less than dignified, thanks to Andrey Artyomov's classy use of color, knits, and denim.
History was made at Pier 36's Basketball City with the inaugural YouTube Music Awards, hosted and directed by OC friends Jason Schwartzman and Spike Jonze, respectively. Live performances, falling bodies, and a surprising amount of things dumped onto Jason made it a night to record and upload onto YouTube.
Bold shapes and graphics from American artist Greg Simkins for Juun.J's fall collection are in line with the designer's the-bigger-the-better aesthetic, in a fresh lineup that lets you spread your wings.
An interview with Performa founder RoseLee Goldberg
This year, New York is hosting the fifth performance art biennial, Performa 13, during which visitors will be able to sample all types of performance art through 100 events. We sat down with founder RoseLee Goldberg to talk about the medium and its future in the art world.
OC loved British brand House of Hackney's printed housewares so much, we asked them for a wardrobe of it. Their fall collection "Poppium" features an eye-popping graphic of the poppy flower, printed all over easy-to-wear dresses, shorts, and tees!
Nearly half of all movies made before 1950 have been lost to time. MoMA's Josh Siegel is combating this unbelievable fact by finding old films, restoring them, and showing them during the museum's 11th Festival of Film Perservation.
Japanese brand Toga's menswear line is named after the garment worn by males on their 15th birthday to signify their ascent into manhood. Toga Virilis' fall collection combines teenage folly with mature, sophisticated shapes for a tailored look that's young at heart.