I live in New York City, right on the Bushwick/Bed-Stuy border, but also regularly visit my original home in the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania. The city is where my work is, but the woods is where my heart lives. | Photo: Courtesy Alyssa Meadows
Richard Aldrich, Two Dancers with Haze in Their Heart Waves Atop a Remake of “One Page, Two Pages, Two Paintings,” 2010 (Farzad Owrang/courtesy of the artist and Bortolami Gallery, New York/Private Collection, New York)
Ruby, sapphire, yellow diamond and enamel heart brooch by Paul Flato, New York, circa 1938, probably designed by Verdura for Flato. Photo courtesy of Siegelson
Sometimes browns are closer to reds, which casualizes the whole vibe. (Suit, $3,395, by Ermenegildo Zegna / Shirt, $375, tie, $195, Ermenegildo Zegna / Shoes, $350, and socks To Boot New York / Bike courtesy of Lock 7 Cycle Cafe) DALiM - GQ
Un danese alla corte del Re SoleYour sense of unity, 2016, sequenze di cerchi luminosi si moltiplicano all'infinito nella splendida Sala degli Specchi di Versailles. Courtesy of the artist; neugerriemschneider, Berlin; Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, New York.
'History Is All You Left Me' our next MashReads book will break your heart Image: Mashable Composite Courtesy of Soho Press By MJ Franklin2017-01-31 00:48:37 UTC Its a rare feat when a book can make you laugh and cry and feel everything in between all at once. But Adam Silveras new novel History Is All You Left Medoes just that. History Is All You Left Me follows Griffin a very nerdy teen growing up in New York City. When Griffins ex-boyfriend Theo accidentally drowns his whole world is…