For spring, Fischer designer Kristina Angelozzi has imbued her breezy American sportswear with an irresistible 1970s vibe. While we wait to slip into her chambray A-line skirt (her online shop launches in March), we asked her to share her current fixations.
World on a Wire — ’70s German sci-fi at its finest — is said to be a visual masterpiece, and it’s showing at the MoMA tomorrow at 8 p.m. (first U.S. screening in more than 10 years.)
Norman Rockwell: Behind the Camera (through April 10) exhibits the inspirational images behind the iconic American illustrations from the Saturday Evening Post and beyond.
I doubt I’m making it to China this year, but the Harbin Snow and Ice Festival is the stuff dreams are made of.
Furoshiki is the Japanese art of fabric wrapping. It relieves me of the massive fabric collection I have stashed away.
The “bun top” is equal parts adorable and easy. I just hope I have enough hair to pull it off.
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Photos: Edwin Tse; Courtesy of Babette World; Courtesy of Cat Paint 2.0; Courtesy of Kristina Angelozzi