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Rita Simmons of Simply Southern Cuisine serves up a smile at last year’s nj Seafood Festival.

violent soho and go violets finding fame nationally and worldwide Starting in 2004, Artists seemed to abandon altogether the thought of creating something pleasing to children, And went instead for problem inducing themes instead. Athena and Robert Lester Jersey Phevos were mumu wearing no necked flipper armed deformities whose feet were so gout ridden them […]


I CAN’T CALL YOU (I’M IN THE ARMY) – JEFFERS WIN

Jeffers Win is a young and upcoming band comprised of four sophomores at Columbia University, New York. Their dreamy, experimental and sometimes folky sound reminds of” Vampire Weekend’s” early beginnings, which is no accident, since, like Jeffers Win, Vampire Weekend started at Columbia. With the release of Jeffers Win second EP (that can be listened […]


CITY GUIDES: ZAPORIZHIAN SICH

Recently, National Park Khortytsya resurrected an old Cossack village, where locals take their 18th century lifestyle as seriously as their haircuts…


KSENIA SCHNAIDER F/W 2012-13

Ukrainian designer duo Ksenia Schnaider present their F/W 2012-13 collection.
Film by Arthur Mine.


ROOTS OF STYLE, ISABEL TOLEDO

Book Review: Roots of Style by Isabel Toledo


BRIAN DUFFY: THE PHOTOGRAPHIC GENIUS

A recently opened photographic exhibition at Florence’s Alinari National Museum of Photography celebrates the art of Brian Duffy


OLYMPIA LE-TAN, PITTI 2012

The Art of the Book Jacket…


DRESSING LIKE A MAN (IN A VILLA OF CURIOSITIES): PITTI 2012

The second edition of the “Vestirsi da Uomo” event during the Pitti trade fair in Florence was a theatrically visionary and surreal journey into the world of fashion.


PAINTED THREADS: 'LES MANUFACTURES DES GOBELINS' IN BUCHAREST

Two exhibitions in Bucharest"s MNAR and MNAC celebrate the historical Gobelins tapestries


POSTMODERNISM: STYLE AND SUBVERSION, 1970-1990

A new exhibition at London’s Victoria & Albert Museum rediscovers postmodernist art, architecture, interior design, film and fashion.


MY MOTHER’S CLOTHES BY JEANNETTE MONTGOMERY BARRON

American photographer Jeannette Montgomery Barron talks to Zoot Magazine about how her still life images of her mother’s clothes turned into a book


THE BRITISH FASHION AWARDS 2011

We take a look at this years winners at the 2011 British Fashion Awards…


‘POIRET – KING OF FASHION’ AT MOSCOW’S KREMLIN MUSEUMS

An exhibition at Moscow’s Kremlin Museums marks the 100th anniversary of Paul Poiret’s visit to Moscow and St. Petersburg.


YAYOI KUSAMA AT THE CENTRE POMPIDOU, PARIS

The World Through Polka-Dotted Lenses…


VERSACE AND H&M RUNWAY SHOW IN NEW YORK

The venue, a specially designed building on the Hudson river, was decorated in true Versace style with a catwalk paved in gold…


GO EAST: Русский Китай (RUSSIAN CHINA) AT MOSCOW’S STATE MUSEUM OF ORIENTAL ART

A new exhibition at Moscow’s State Museum of Oriental Art looks at Russian emigration in China.


THE TALE OF A GLAMOROUS YET VULNERABLE LEGEND: MARILYN MONROE

The American Museum in Britain celebrates its 50th anniversary with a special exhibition that pays homage to the quintessential Hollywood icon, Marilyn Monroe.


OLIVER RUUGER BY NICOL VIZIOLI

Acts of Faith and Daily Photographic Meditations: Zoot Magazine explores the collaboration between accessory designer Oliver Ruuger and photographer Nicol Vizioli


ALEXANDRE VASSILIEV'S VENETIAN DREAM: ELEGANCE IN EXILE

A recently opened exhibition at Venice’s Palazzo Mocenigo looks at the influence Russian émigrés in fashion and style.


GLOBAL STYLE: CELEBRITIES AS TRANS/NATIONAL ICONS

A photographic exhibition at Bath”s Sion Hill Gallery looks at global style through exclusive portraits of iconic celebrities.


BIG IS BETTER: THE A4 FASHIONARY

Fashion and graphic designer Penter Yip has just launched a bigger version of the Fashionary.


DOWN MEMORY LANE: FASHION – THE STORY OF A LIFETIME

Zoot Magazine looks at a recently opened exhibition at the Groningen-based Noorderlicht Photogallery that rediscovers the work of some of the most iconic fashion photographers.


30 DAYS OF RUNNING IN THE PLACE: EGYPTIAN PAVILION AT THE VENICE BIENNALE

Shady El-Noshokaty and Ahmed Badry, artists and friends of the late Ahmed Basiony, share their views with Zoot Magazine on the first work of the post-Mubarak age presented at the Venice Biennale.


ANDREA CREWS A/W11

The Andrea Crews collective combines several aspects of contemporary creation to present fashion and art collections in a way which is opposed to uniformity