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Don’t call it a lookbook. Acrimony’s latest batch of sartorially stunning photographs are considered a "collective editorial," according to the shop’s boss lady, Jenny Chung. In any case, the snaps (which were shot by Chung herself!) can, without a doubt, be called our latest obsession. No need to adjust your brightness level, as the black and white shades are set for us to look beyond the blinding hues of the rainbow. “Take the colors out of fashion editorial and suddenly we're forced to focus on textures, shapes, and patterns — the most important elements in defining style,” says Chung. Forced? More like delighted to gander.
The sensation-focused pics are set against concrete and cracked-wood backdrops and highlight the Hayes Valley spot’s selection of ultra-cozy, patterned-knitted beanies, paisley button-ups, and brocade-printed bottoms. Click through to peep and fawn over the gray-toned photos that still color us impressed.
With all this inclement weather, we know what you're thinking: "How the heck is my makeup going to stay put with hail, sleet, and snow thrashing at my face?" Add the fact that it's prime Netflix-binging season — with all the crying sessions that entails — and the answer becomes simple: waterproof makeup.
In Western cultures, we tend to avoid death at all costs. We avoid thinking about it and talking about it, and when faced with it, we often go to extraordinary measures to delay it. Photographer Cathrine Ertmann decided to confront death head-on. Her project "About Dying" is a "photo essay from the morgue" that "works as read