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Bat Your Lashes with Mirit Weinstock

by: Abigail Doan

Whether or not fake eyelashes dipped in silver are your personal idea of glamourous prosthetics for a night out on the town, artist and designer Mirit Weinstock might be several steps ahead in terms of artificial (style) devices with her handcrafted jewelry intended to invert the rules of accessorizing.

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#Insideout Fashion Revolution—The Day After

by: Abigail Doan

On April 24th of last year, 1,138 people were killed when the Rana Plaza garment factory complex collapsed in Savar, Bangladesh. Yesterday marked the one year anniversary of this unprecedented historic tragedy and the launch of Fashion Revolution Day to commemorate the lives lost and the action required to alter the existing patterns of the garment industry and its increasingly archaic practices.

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Drake Burnette Marfa Girl Larry Clark Film

Once upon a time in Marfa

by: Abigail Doan

Kaylan Drake Burnette may have drifted into town as a heady free spirit with some bold and beautiful ideas, but this down-to-earth native Austinite has already proven her adeptness for navigating the vast terrain of […]

Tags: Abigail Doan, Bold, BOLD issue, Drake Burnette, Film, Marfa, The Wild Magazine
Grossinger's Catskill Resort WILD mag photography

Poolside at Grossinger’s Catskill Resort

by: Abigail Doan

With the winter holiday season now officially upon us, travel excursions and resort escapes are de rigueur for many restless souls. But there is often a more poignant side to the escapism of an all-inclusive […]

Tags: Abandoned NYC, Abigail Doan, Grossinger's Catskill Resort, photography, Picture of the day, The Wild Magazine
Tundra Vision WILD mag picture of the day

Tundra Vision

by: Abigail Doan

Photographer Sergey Anisimov documents the youngest adventurers of Russia’s Yamal Peninsula reindeer herding community. While others around the globe are contending with drought, torrential flooding, and fluctuating temperatures, members of this community can be assured […]

Tags: Abigail Doan, Environment, malitsas, photography, Picture of the day, reindeer, Russia, Sergey Anisimov, Yamal Peninsula
The Streets of Afghanistan WILD mag photography

The Streets of Afghanistan

by: Abigail Doan

Photo by: Di Zinno The Streets of Afghanistan project will blow your mind. Despite the naysaying that bridges and lasting relationships might not be possible with communities seemingly mired in conflict, this touring public works project highlights life-size […]

Tags: Abigail Doan, Afghanistan, Anna Brones, Bridging The Gap: Why Afghan Women's Rights Are Our Rights, M2M, Mountain2Mountain, photography, Picture of the day, Streets of Afghanistan, The Wild Magazine
human trafficking and slavery

In Photos: Slavery Still Exists

by: Abigail Doan

According to UN estimates there are currently 27 million human slaves across the globe. Photographer Lisa Kristine has documented the horrors of modern day slavery and the atrocities committed by human traffickers who tap into […]

Tags: Abigail Doan, Human Trafficking, Lisa Kristine, photography, Picture of the day, Slavery, The Atlantic, The Wild Magazine
Isabell de Hilerin, Modolvan Stories

Isabell de Hilerin’s ‘Eclectic Line’ Revives Modolvan Stories

by: Abigail Doan

Berlin-based Isabell de Hillerin is a designer for modern times. As a contemporary fashion label that has become synonymous with state-of-the-art ethical production and smart cultural preservation initiatives, de Hillerin’s pieces are both femininely bold and dead-on […]

Tags: Abigail Doan, Eastern European textiles, ethical fashion Berlin, Isabell de Hillerin, Isabell de Hillerin Berlin Fashion Week, Moldovan embroiderie, Moldovan handcraft, The Open Society Foundations, The Wild Magazine