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The Wonder Series: Corinne Bailey Rae

The Wonder Series: Corinne Bailey Rae

Featured Photo: Alexandra Valenti     Welcome to the “Wonder Series,” a new series featuring some of your favorite musical creatives and what you may wonder about them with original photography and exclusive interviews. I kick off this series with the gifted and stunning Corinne Bailey Rae. Her talents are immense and exuded with such(…)

The Quann Sisters Land The Cover of TimeOut Magazine in The “Seven Most Fashionable New Yorkers” Spring Fashion Issue

The Quann Sisters Land The Cover of TimeOut Magazine in The “Seven Most Fashionable New Yorkers” Spring Fashion Issue

Meet the seven most fashionable New Yorkers: The stylish New Yorkers who are kicking fashion’s ass right now with no trends or runways required   via: TimeOut Magazine by: Jennifer Picht Photographer: Raydene Salinas Makeup: Nico Lopez / NARS Stylists: Cipriana Quann and TK Quann (aka TK Wonder)      A stylish revolution is (finally!)(…)

Calvin Klein’s CK2: The Quann Sisters #The2ofUs

Calvin Klein’s CK2: The Quann Sisters #The2ofUs

“We love together” -Cipriana and TK Quann   Photos: Diego Villarreal   The new unisex scent from Calvin Klein; CK2: “The Two Of Us”, celebrating diversity and love.           “One gender-free fragrance for a man or a woman, without prejudices, to unite and create an experience that can be shared together(…)

The Musical Ingenuity Behind HBO’s New Show ‘Vinyl’: Exclusive Interview With Music Supervisor Meghan Currier

The Musical Ingenuity Behind HBO’s New Show ‘Vinyl’: Exclusive Interview With Music Supervisor Meghan Currier

Perhaps the name Meghan Currier doesn’t ring an immediate bell however I’m sure film and show titles such as, “The Wolf of Wall Street,” “Boardwalk Empire,” “The Grand Budapest Hotel,” “Skyfall,” and “Still Alice” might. Meghan was either music supervisor or coordinator with music supervisor Randall Poster on the aforementioned titles and their impressive catalog(…)

The Zoe Kravitz Aesthetic For Teen Vogue

The Zoe Kravitz Aesthetic For Teen Vogue

“Everyone is looking at everyone else to see what’s cool. So it’s just all about a level of confidence. When anyone sets out to be cool it becomes contrived. Cool just means “I agree with this in this moment. People thought acid-washed was cool, and it wasn’t cool — it was cool then. So it(…)