Best Laid Plans

Written by Anna Claire Hodge. Edited by Mara Strobel-Lanka. In the photo, I’m wearing unflattering overalls; my arms are thrust high in the air and light pours through the atrium of the dead mall. It’s not where I’d imagined spending our first anniversary, but my face was joyous and like a child’s. The movie Jide… Continue reading Best Laid Plans

Passport Perspective

Written by Chloe Lyden. Edited by Mara Strobel-Lanka. Over the past few years, I have developed a love for airplanes. Not the cramped, smelly, delayed situations, but the experience an airplane allows to its passengers. After countless flights in the past few years, I manage to get the same, proud, blissful feeling in every seat… Continue reading Passport Perspective

Hurts So Good: Discomfort & the Creative Process

Once, a friend who suffered from severe seasonal affective disorder described his autumn-induced depression as “seeing grey.” He was spot-on. Late last month,I spent two weeks living and working alongside dozens of other artists and writers in a compound in the tiny village of Johnson, Vermont. The first few days felt like living in a… Continue reading Hurts So Good: Discomfort & the Creative Process

Models Abroad: Chey&Chawn Take Europe

 1.How long were you gone and how many countries did you visit? We were traveling for 40 days!!!!! 10 countries, stayed in 16 different cities, and visited 27. Our route went like this: England, Netherlands, Germany, Czech Republic, Austria, Croatia, Italy, Switzerland, Spain and France. (London, Amsterdam, Cologne, Prague, Vienna, Dubrovnik, Naples, Amalfi Coast, Rome, Florence,… Continue reading Models Abroad: Chey&Chawn Take Europe