Please upgrade your browser for the best Refinery29 experience. Read more.
As you may have noticed, we're proud to have some pretty amazing photographers lending their skills to R29. So, when we heard regular contributor Winnie Au was working on a book, we were excited. And, when we heard it was a book that dressed dogs up as famous people throughout history? We nearly lost it.
Canine Chronicles is a group project by Au and her two sisters, Cindy and Alice, which reimagines some of history's more recognizable faces as their furry counterparts. Think Steve Jobs, Albert Einstein, and Charlie Chaplin — these aren't actually their pups, but they might as well be. And, we have to admit that while Menswear Dog is #1 in our hearts, these cuties are seriously threatening that position. Perhaps they can all get together for a historical documentary on dog fashions through the ages?
You can purchase individual prints and the first limited-edition run of Canine Chronicles here.
Tonight at 11, local news is going to break your funny bone.
Some of the year's most viral moments weren't the result of a clever late night host or budding YouTube star. They were innocent flubs that, for better or worse, brought a fast-ticking 15 minutes of fame to mostly smaller news stations. From the woman who read
Keeping cozy for us usually involves a couch, Ritz Crackers coated in Nutella, and a Law & Order: SVU marathon. And our outfit of choice? A worn-in college tee and sweatpants, of course. But, during the holidays, we need to translate these at-home comforts for airport, train, and bus terminals: Swapping the jar of hazelnut read