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Need A Vacation? The Latest Issue Of Dazed Will Push You Over The Edge

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    Can Dazed & Confused and Another magazine read our thoughts? All we've been doing recently is swatting up on the next trip we're going to take out of London. And lo and behond, in the magazines's October issues, travel is the central theme, with Dazed touring the globe courtesy of a studio tour at Balmain HQ, Cape Town digi-funk band John Wizards, and a Brooklyn femcee Dai Burger to name just a few.

    And let's not forget the trippy cover with supermodel Lindsey Wixson, who appears to be travelling to all four corners of the globe at once — at least from a stylistic point of view.

    Conversely, Another magazine has Oscar winning actress Cate Blanchett as its cover girl. And this time, it is Berlin that is the inspirational starting point of the actress's decadent look. In this 25th edition of the magazine, the actress talks to the Turner Prize-winning artist Douglas Gordon about the transformative moments both performance and life can produce. Sigh...just think what kinds of transformative moments we could have floating by an island in the sun, sipping something yummy out of a coconut. Mini break, consider yourself booked.

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An Industrial Dream Wedding In Upstate New York

Summer is beyond sweet, but there ain’t no feeling like fall! Just look at this Basilica Hudson wedding and tell us you aren’t just a little bit excited for the leaves to change. Michelle and Phil went to college with photographer Lisa Berry, and they loved that she shot even the tiniest details on their big day. read

These Lamps Are The Next Bright Thing In Design

In the past five years, we at Sight Unseen have watched the American design scene explode with amazing new talents, not just in New York, but in cities like Seattle, Chicago, and D.C., too. But, we never thought we’d see the day when one of the industry's most promising hailed from somewhere as far off the beaten path as read