Noah Schnapp Gets Nostalgic

The 13-year-old star of the Netflix series "Stranger Things" reflects on his already accomplished career.
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The '80s-inspired, bedazzled sunglasses made their first appearance on Alexandre Vauthier's runway during couture week — they definitely became one of the highlights of Paris. The French designer proudly displayed the collaboration in his most recent campaign starring Kate Moss. 

To celebrate the launch of the sunglasses of the summer, Mikli creative director Giampiero Tagliaferri and Vauthier hosted an '80s vibe penthouse party in New York. Some of the guests who attended were pop star Rita Ora, models Joan Smalls, Lily Aldridge, and Devon Windsor, Alana O'Herlihy, Julia Restoin-Roitfeld, Caroline Vreeland, and more — a strong who's who of fashion It girls. 

With this party, Alain Mikli takes another step towards its cool kid comeback — don't forget, the brand's eyewear practically defined the '80s. Chances are they'll define the summer and beyond, too. 


A take on surrealism, the lead character learns to reconnect with her Vaudevillian past in order to step into her life more fully. The film witnesses Chastity’s journey as she explores the eloquence of incoherence; the illusion of significance in a bizarre, often incomprehensible and unfair world. KENZO's F/W 2017 collection makes a starring role in the film—where each piece is stripped and deconstructed, literally and emblematically, to question the semiotics of fashion as a political vehicle, and the place of women’s bodies in pop culture.

The film also stars Lyonne herself, Fred Armisen, Greta Lee, James Ransone, Leslie Odom Jr, Matt Lucas, Waris Ahluwalia, and Macaulay Culkin. Watch Cabiria, Charity, Chastity below.


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Reduced to the role of accompanist I sat in a chair of the shop reading a German book on Eastern mysticism. I found in Calcutta what I had felt in Bombay: a kind of mysterious and nocturnal envelopment that cuts me off from real time and sends me into an intermediary world.
For Yourself

The holidays are a time of giving, and sometimes that means giving back to yourself for all the hard work and all you've been through during the year. Ex Nihilo's Ambre Fou is a true luxury experience through-and-through, from the delicacy of the ceramic encasing it to the vanilla and bergamot notes that catch your attention when you first burn it. It's nothing if not a reward for a job well done.

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