BunnyBeCool necklace: Summer reinvention

Bunny Be Cool

BunnyBeCool moonstone pendant necklace When Agnes, the brain and hands behind independent jewelry brand BunnyBeCool, first wrote me a few months ago, I was intrigued by her fusion of ethnic and contemporary inspirations. While the spiritual world of North American Indians might be the only thing Quentin Tarantino has yet to reference in his movies, ... Read more

Projekt Radar: A reflection

Projekt Radar Ana Ljubinkovic

1. Reflecting on Projekt Radar at a distance of an exam-ridden week, I'll remember it as a time capsule, so mellow I felt as if it all played out spontaneously one weekend at the crossroads of spring and summer, congregating everyone who belonged in Maribor Art Gallery's stately white rooms and outdoor café partly hidden ... Read more

Projekt Radar: Conceptual exhibition

Projekt Radar: JSP

JSP Before coming to Maribor for Projekt Radar I was thinking that the conceptual exhibition, showcasing looks by 22 Slovenian designers (all in white), would definitely be more art than fashion. The uniformity of white and absence of trends allow you to focus on shapes and ideas; it has never been easier for me to ... Read more

Countdown to Projekt Radar

Projekt Radar: Nataša Hrupič

In the midst of academic chaos and Kant's Critique of Judgment, I will semi-forget about the most difficult exam of the semester next weekend, attending Projekt Radar in Maribor, Slovenia. Projekt Radar is a three-day fashion and art event organized by the European Capital of Culture Maribor 2012 and Projekt27, which has previously co-produced Sens(n)ation ... Read more

Diana Vreeland After Diana Vreeland exhibition

Diana Vreeland After Diana Vreeland

Emilio Pucci dress, 1968 Back in March I visited the Diana Vreeland After Diana Vreeland exhibition at Museo Fortuny in Venice, Italy. It was the day after the opening that was accompanied by an international symposium on Diana Vreeland, bringing to Venice notable scholars, curators and other fashion people I felt I should have recognized ... Read more