Vogue China, September 2013, cover (+) photographers: Inez van Lamsweerde, Vinoodh Matadin Sui He

Vogue China, September 2013, cover (+)
photographers: Inez van Lamsweerde, Vinoodh Matadin
Sui He

Vogue China, September 2013, cover (+) photographers: Inez van Lamsweerde, Vinoodh Matadin Daria Strokous

Vogue China, September 2013, cover (+)
photographers: Inez van Lamsweerde, Vinoodh Matadin
Daria Strokous

It’s going to work one of these days and you’ll be so glad you tried.

"Kenzo a Golpe de Vista" (+) Vogue Spain, September 2013 photographer: Gorka Postigo Tamara Suarez

"Kenzo a Golpe de Vista" (+)
Vogue Spain, September 2013 
photographer: Gorka Postigo
Tamara Suarez

It is just possible, though, that the traditional understanding of the liberal arts may help us in our search for new innovation and new competitiveness. The next chapter of the nation’s economic life could well be written not only by engineers but by entrepreneurs who, as products of an apparently disparate education, have formed a habit of mind that enables them to connect ideas that might otherwise have gone unconnected.

Jon Meacham: Why Liberal Arts Matter - Newsweek and The Daily Beast

Glamour, August 2013 photographer: John Akehurst Stella Maxwell
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Glamour, August 2013 
photographer: John Akehurst
Stella Maxwell

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The Knocks feat. St. Lucia - Modern Hearts

I need to know—
is there a place for love
in modern hearts?

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Christopher Johnson McCandless, the man whose time (and eventual death) in Alaska under the name Alexander Supertramp led to Into the Wild. The plaque reads:

Chris, our beloved son and brother, died here during his adventurous travels in search of how he could best realize God’s great gift of life. With his final message, “I have had a happy life and thank the Lord. Goodbye and may God bless all,” we commend his soul to the world. —The McCandless Family 7/93

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