Clyde Terry’s life story reads like Superhero fiction. Sergeant Terry is a retired 25-year veteran of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department and former U.S. Marine. In 2003, he took a leave of absence from the Sheriff’s Department to assist the U.S. State Department as an International Police Advisor in their rebuilding efforts in Iraq. […]
Since it first opened in 2005 in accordance with its sister show Art Basel, Design Miami has become my favorite design fair, where I visit every first week of December almost religiously. It is Design Miami that showcases the most intriguing directions and materials in design, juxtaposes the vintage and the contemporary and […]
Fashion by its very nature is exclusive, but I try to make my collections as inclusive as possible. Nevertheless, my hat’s ultimate and simple purpose is to make people look and feel good and enable them to be the person they want to be.
The Huffington Post Game Changers Award ceremony recently concluded here in New York. It has become quite a great, distinct event in comparison to many other award ceremonies. Clearly focused in its objectives, it’s become THE arena where “100 mavericks, visionaries and leaders” who think differently and influence our lives are each rewarded with much […]
Amy Fine Collins has written one of the best articles on sex trafficking in America. It is one of the most widely read in Vanity Fair magazine history. An art historian at Columbia University, she’s the authors of American Impressionism (Smithmark, 1990), Hair Style (HapperCollins, 1997), Simple Isn’t Easy (HapperCollins, 1997), and God […]
“When we are wild we show our true nature.” – Christopher Winter