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Caitlin Mociun has made a name for herself and her eponymous line thanks to her radical prints (don’t think we forgot about 2009’s uber-detailed space scene). But Ms. Mociun is using her fall '11 collection—inspired by “shelters, mazes, ceremonies, and rituals,"—to prove that there’s more up her tastefully decorated sleeves. She is also an expert at crafting cool-but-wearable dresses and the perfect sheer shirt done just about any way you like it. There’s something like a ghostly meeting of the spirits, a patchwork of multicolored dots and lines, and a shaded 3-D shape collage that we suspect is a high-concept cheese plate. Happily, these prints adorn almost all of Mociun’s pieces, from leggings to just-below-the-knee skirts to—you guessed it— shapely sheer tops. We call dibs on everything!
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