Thursday, April 16, 2015
This week's links. Enjoy.
Elegant Neutrals in a Swedish Space
Take a tour of a stunning Swedish apartment over at My Scandinavian Home. Gorgeous.
The 93-Year-Old Cover Girl
Wonderful New York Times interview with the legendary Iris Apfel, doyenne of the New York fashion scene for years and now the subject of a documentary, 'Iris,' directed by Albert Maysles. Can't wait to see it.
Jackson Pollock's Found Lemon Pudding Recipe
You might not be able to afford an original Jackson Pollock painting, but you can definitely make his recipe for Lemon Pudding. Fascinating story of how it was discovered, too.
The Gamine in Many Guises
From Intelligent Life: "Impish but innocent, boyish but feminine, the true gamine is more than just a haircut. As an exhibition devoted to Audrey Hepburn opens in London, Matthew Sweet combs through the history of her signature look."
Garden City Movement
Soulful electro-pop band Garden City Movement may only have been making music together for just over a year, but they've already released three EPs and played Glastonbury. Follow the link to listen to their latest single.
Ten Steps to Modernism: From Matisse to Rothko
AnOther magazine takes inspiration from the opening of Fondation Louis Vuitton's Keys to a Passion exhibition on modernism with 10 essential moments of modernism in art.
Julianne Moore's Favourite Things
Harper's Bazaar recently asked Julianne Moore to share her favourite fashion, home and beauty products for spring — here's her list. She has great taste.
Chocolate Olive Oil Cake
Nigella Lawson's delectable dairy-free, gluten-free cake is also adaptable — switch out the ground almonds for flour and it's a little lighter but just as good.
(photo via my scandinavian home)