The Blueprint is a beautifully edited new web/interview series presented by Complex that provides us in raw, honest storytelling from its interviews. Last week, they featured the iconic Jimmy Iovine; this week, Bobby Hundreds sat down with Complex’s Editor-In-Chief Noah Callahan-Bever to discuss his journey of starting the origins and all the things they did to make cement themselves as one of the OG’s for today’s generation in street and skate culture.
It’s always an inspiring/encouraging moment to meet a fellow blogger/creative who has turned their side hustle into a full-fledged career. Towards the end of May, we were invited to attend an intimate lunch with fashion content creator Yan Yan Chan and after that initial meeting, we decided we wanted to know more about her so we reached out for an interview.
Read on to discover who Yan Yan Chan is and how she got to where she is now, discussing all the things in her life from blogging and fashion to photography, career highlights and her advice for anyone thinking of taking on a creative career.
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Not to be confused with the wonderful Studio Ghibli Museum in Tokyo, it seems that the much-loved anime studio will be opening a theme park in Aichi prefecture based around the world of My Neighbor Totoro.
The plan is to open the exhibit sometime in early 2020 at the Aichi Expo Park not far from Nagoya. Click on the pic for more details.
‘Sunny Side Up’ is a tropical two-day music and culture festival that takes place in one of the most beautiful places in the world, the island of Bali. The festival brings together international headliners, cutting-edge artists and DJs from a variety of genres to one stage. Find out which artists they have on the bill this year!
W Magazine recently invited some of fashion’s bigger stars to create a video in support of International Women’s Day, in order to encourage everyone to prioritise gender equality. Over the course of Paris Fashion Week, models, designers, and musicians like Bella Hadid, Kendall Jenner, Travis Scott and Pierpaolo Piccioli all paused their busy schedules to record a message of universal support.