@versace | Styling, Creative Direction @igeeokafor | Photography, @dottavio77. Over the years, I have made it a priority to make sure I always have an accessible pair of frames for every occasion, and recently, I have found myself breaking traditional rules known to style enthusiasts all over the world - for example, wearing sunglasses indoors.
We’ve seen style symbols like P. Diddy, Jack Nicholson, Kanye West, and Bob Dylan follow suit and while the approach to style is not something I deem a must try for every man, I will say it is an exciting take on perception. If you are enthusiastically considering this value in casual flair, I encourage you to exert yourself. Substitute the traditional full on shade sunglasses for designs with muted tints, and light colored lenses to complement your indoor field of vision.
Tread lightly. It’s not as substandard as it may seem.
This is how I feel in New York 📸 @taylorbphoto thank you for this spontaneous magical day 💥 you are amazing
Come see this piece + more at my exhibition. Link in bio for days and hours 😘
Petition to keep @jesstheo from moving to Amsterdam ☹️
For many of us, the conversation of greatest NBA All-Star Game sneaker begins and ends with the Air Jordan 11 ""Columbia.” The ultra-crisp colorway was worn by Michael Jordan during the ‘96 All-Star Game in which he won MVP honors after posting 20 points on 8 of 11 shooting from the field.
Hoje é seu dia, mas quem ganhou o presente foi eu por ter você 😂😂 feliz aniversário meu amor, tudo de melhor na sua vida sempre..😘👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻🙌🏻😘 #tatbirthday 🎯
New York - you make my head spin! 😇
HowtoHipHop presents Dr. Chris Emdin @chrisemdin & Loaded Lux on FEBRUARY 21st‼️ at Milbank Chapel. Teachers College. Columbia University. 5-7pm ... ALSO WE ARE TAKING UP DONATIONS TO HELP KOVER REFRESHMENTS AND OTHER AMENITIES FOR ALL OUR GUEST‼️ SO THIS IS 4 US... WE APPRECIATE THE LOVE AND SUPPORT Shoutout to Nikki Knowledge @nikki_knowledge 🙏🏽💯👁 #healthy#HipHopEd#thatwork#battlerap#energy
Living Sound Currents •
We’re going into the esoteric and practical applications of sound in the SPRING EQUINOX IMMERSION @ramayoganewyork ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Sound as Light . Patterns of Sound . Codes to Prosperity . Quickening DNA & Neuron Velocity . Sacred Sound Lineages . .
Thursday March 19 - Sunday March 22, 2020
* Tickets increase February 22, 2020 at midnight *
Details at link in bio •
Photos by @sevajagat & other archival footage
Every superhero needs their trusty sidekick 💪
Batman @Rolex Oyster Perpetual GMT-Master II in Oystersteel, black and blue ceramic. BAM!💥 POW!💥
See what you have to ask yourself is what kind of person are you? Are you the kind that sees signs, sees miracles? Or do you believe that people just get lucky?
-M. Night Shyamalan
So which one are you? Miracles or Luck?👇🏽
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Size 13 For $250
Discover 'The Unexpected Freedom of Chaos' – a solo exhibition by Bharti Kher, opening at Perrotin New York on February 22!
“Kher brings a fresh display of a widely heterogenous practice to New York after a gap of 8 years. New York is no longer the same city when Bharti Kher showed here last. But as someone who believes that “change is the very nature of our bodies,” Kher is here to remind us that she is not the same artist either. In this latest encounter between artist and the city, the animal is still displaced but now morphed into an intentional absurdity. The bindi remains, in its rigorous ubiquity, but its surface no longer ensconced, comes to us instead as something broken, and fittingly then, as viewers will see in fluxes of time such as these – as something powerful. It comes as an unexpected freedom of chaos." – Phalguni Guliani
Bharti Kher: 'The Unexpected Freedom if Chaos'
📍 Perrotin New York
📆 February 22 - April 11, 2020
✨ Opening reception on February 22, 6-8pm
#BhartiKher#The UnexpectedFreedomOfChaos #PerrotinNewYork#Perrotin
Bharti Kher, The single white line that heard the future calling, 2019. Bindis on smashed mirrors. 278 x 233 x 32 cm | 109 7/16 x 91 3/4 x 12 5/8 inch.
Courtesy of the artist and Perrotin.
In his new show at New York's Jack Barrett Gallery (on view through February 23), Quay Quinn Wolf focuses on the time that he and his partner were injured in a car accident, which was classified as a hate crime in a police report. The sculptures shown in the exhibition—including 2020's 'Fear of Softness (No. 2),' pictured here—make use of auto parts and menswear in an effort to think through the trauma of the incident, as well as the breakdown gender norms for queer black men.