The Sunday Paper
Your weekly wrap-up of the latest news and interest pieces from around the web
H&M is launching a new brand called Arket, ” a modern-day market that will offer products for men, women, children and home.” rooted in style beyond trend.”
The first stores will be located in Europe, some featuring a small cafe with Nordic cuisine. The products will be priced slightly above the current H&M line, with some products sourced from third party brands.
Arket will be joining H&M’s brand portfolio including & Other Stories, Cheap Monday, COS, Monki, Weekday and H&M’s flagship brand.
New footage from Sex and the City surfaced showing an alternate outfit in the iconic intro. The edgy tutu was substituted with a classic silhouette courtesy of Marc Jacobs.
Carrie Bradshaw’s risky sartorial choices are the foundation of the iconic fashion infamy that is Sex and the City, a theme that is made clear as soon as the opening credits. So it begs the question, had the classic Marc Jacobs number opened the show, could it have set the tone and the fashion trajectory like the daring tutu?
Sarah Jessica Parker narrates a series of fun videos for Vogue, chronicling the touchstone fashion elements and pivotal design transitions over 7 decades, from the 1892-1960s.
A great article that exposes our boast-disguised-as-a-complaint of being too busy. “They’re busy because of their own ambition or drive or anxiety, because they’re addicted to busyness and dread what they might have to face in its absence.”
Whether in a professional, academic or social predicament, whether drafting a dissertation or a text to your crush, most of us have suffered the anguish of staring at a blank page, desperately urging a decidedly powerful prose to flow onto it.
An archive of every MoMa exhibition since it opened in 1929. Next time you find yourself idly scrolling the Internet, trade the Facebook wormhole for this.