Before there was Coachella, there was Thea Porter.
The late fashion and interior designer, who is credited with pioneering bohemian chic in the 1960s and '70s, is being celebrated in the first-ever exhibition on her work at London's Fashion and Textile Museum.
After visiting Paris and London, Steve Meisel's Role Play has made its way to New York.
The selling exhibition at Phillips Auction House includes 25 of the fashion photographer's most impactful shots from the past 30 years, featuring Naomi Campbell, Christy Turlington, Linda Evangelista, Kristen McMemany and more iconic supermodels.
You may have toured Versailles, but have you seen it in all its fallen glory?
Photographer Deborah Turbeville's Unseen Versailles, now on view at New York's Staley-Wise Gallery, explores the neglected attics, dusty chambers and crumbling statues of the 17th century palace.
What's better than discovering a new artist you love?
Rebecca recently came across French-born artist and designer Julie Thevenot, and was blown away by her unique aesthetic and avant-garde wall displays.
We talked to the muse-worthy Thevenot about her background, inspiration and why she prefers living in New York to Paris.
We've all been there. Things are moving along fine (or so we think) and then all of a sudden, it comes: The Breakup Text.
To New York-based artist Allison Wade, these messages were worthy of art.
Wade has taken breakup texts she's either sent or received -- which range from sad to funny to apathetic -- and turned them into paintings.
Check out our interview with her here.
Art Basel took place in Miami Beach this past week, and the annual event was just as avant-garde and stylish as ever.
Since we couldn't be there, we'e enjoying it vicariously through Instagram. Check out our favorite, most colorful snaps from Basel here.