SS2013 Trends WILD mag fashion

Spring/Summer 2013 Trends

by: Emily Kirkpatrick

In the Spring/Summer 2013 collections, a number of trends could be seen that have come to fruition in seasons past. This year, however, the trends were honed and finessed to perfection, creating clean, graphic silhouettes that […]

Tags: Asia, eastern influence, Emily Kirkpatrick, lace, Louis Vuitton, Marc Jacobs, mod, ruffles, sixties, snakeskin, Spring/Summer 2013, SS13, summer of love, The Wild Magazine, Transparency
Singapore's supertrees, ecotourism, sustainability

Singapore Strives for Urban Sustainability with ‘Supertrees’

by: Stephanie Roush

In an effort to revamp its image and control urban crowding, Singapore has created a 250-acre attraction, “Gardens by the Bay.” The garden complex includes of three different gardens—East, South, and Central—and features the world’s […]

Tags: Asia, Ecotourism, Environment, Green, Lee Kuan Yew, Singapore, Stephanie Roush, Supertrees, sustainability, The Wild Magazine, Urban Parks, world
India Monsoon heavily rain umbrellas

Monsoon Naan’s, India

by: Giovanna Badilla

American photographer Steve McCurry went to Asia on a Monsoon assignment expecting a disaster that to his surprise wasn’t as bad as thought. “[The] farmers experience the monsoon as an almost religious experience as they […]

Tags: Asia, Giovanna Badilla, India, Monsoon, Steve McCurry, The Wild Magazine
Swami Ramdev protest forcibly ended by police

Tear Gas and Prayer Beads

by: Nicole Casanova

On Monday, Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh released a statement saying that he had no alternative but to send police to forcibly end a peaceful anti-graft protest by Swami Ramdev and almost 50,000 followers. The […]

Tags: Asia, Bharatiya Janata Party, Delhi, Democracy, Government, Guru, Hindu Nationalist Party, India, Manmohan Singh, Nicole Casanova, Protests, Swami Ramdev, Tear Gas and Prayer Beads, The Wild Magazine, world, Yoga