Miles Teller. This guy’s definitely going to hit it big. If you haven’t seen 21 And Over or The Spectacular Now yet, get on it!
Nothing better than a pretty dress…and fresh out of the oven brownies!
In love with this song right now. It’s just so…FUN! (pun intended!) Been a fan of Paramore since I was 15, now I’m almost 25 and it’s been really fun getting to see them grow as artists. Loving there new sound and can’t wait to see where they head next!
Ed Sheeran at 2014´s Grammy Awards
Emelia Clarke aka.Mother of Dragons
Women are taking the food world by storm, and new biannual magazine, Cherry Bombe, is helping to lead the movement!
The fashion-meets-food magazine is a collaboration between Kerry Diamond, co-owner of Brooklyn restaurants Seersucker and Nightingale, and Claudia Wu of design firm Orphan and cult indie publication Me Magazine. Both women started out as colleagues at Harper’s Bazaar years ago, with Kerry working on the editorial side and Claudia part of the creative team.
Through a Kickstarter campaign, Diamond and Wu were able to raise over $42,000 to launch their first issue, which hit newsstands May 10, 2013.
Supermodel Karlie Kloss was picked to be the magazines debut cover star for their first issue titled The Tastemakers. Kloss started a project with Momofuku Milk Bar’s, Christina Tosi, to benefit the FEED initiative, called Karlie’s Kookies. Her food connection and generosity made her a perfect pick for Cherry Bombe’s first cover model.
The second issue, titled Baked, features BabyCakes NYC founder, Erin McKenna, on the cover this go around. The issue breaches such subjects as Julia Roberts’s leftovers and Jessica Seinfeld’s new cookbook. There’s also a charming interview with farm-to-table pioneer, Alice Waters. In “Go Ask Alice”, Diamond gathered questions from Cherry Bombe‘s many talented female contributors and subjects.
Their next venture is a conference called Jubilee, which will take place in NYC on March 30th, 2014. Like the magazine it will “celebrate women and food.” The name was inspired by the classic dessert cherries jubilee, which also by the definition of the word means: ” a celebratory gathering.” The festival has been a plan from the beginning for Diamond and Wu, and was scheduled to take place in 2015, but after an“insulting interview” by TIME magazine editor, Howard Chua-Eoan, the team decided they should look at an earlier date.
Since the beginning Cherry Bombe has been garnering attention from all over. They recently even gained their first sponsor, Madewell, and were featured in a New York Times article titled, “A Change in the Kitchen”. The article discussed how women are breaking through the ranks in the food industry. From restaurants to magazines, and everything in between, I think it’s safe to say this power duo can’t be stopped, and I for one am thrilled to see where they might go next.