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9 Really Important Pieces of Advice

1. If people keep asking you to get coffee at work, start to make bad cups. They’ll stop asking.image

2. If you have to call 911 in an emergency, yell your address first. If you get cut off, they’ll know where to find you.image(Whenever possible, use a landline)

3. It pays to be a teachers pet. The people that move up are rarely the ones that work the hardest but rather the ones that the current manager staff likes.image

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Look 1: Helmut Lang Vest, Vintage Distressed Jeans, The Row Black Blazer, Michael Kors Black Bag, Opening Ceremony Shoes

Look 2: Vintage White Knit Sweater, Asos Metallic Heels, Vintage Guess Overalls, Cambrige Satchell Black Backpack

Look 3: Alexis Crochet Maxi Skirt, Vintage Button Down,Ralph Lauren Yellow Tote, Aurelia White Platform Sandals

Young People Swap Clothes With Old People

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11 Little Things That Will Ruin Your Day

1. Forgetting your headphonesimage

and having to listen to that couple fighting on the train all the way to work.

2. The internet being downimage

because you can literally do NOTHING.

3. Any customer service call that ends like thisimage

(I’m looking at you, Time Warner)

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Nasim Pedrad As Aziz Ansari on Conan is just perfect

Gif Of The Day

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How much do you want to bet the Colombian Women’s Cycling Team’s uniform is going to be a popular halloween costume this year?Finally! Your logo can now be made out of facial hair font.

Lindsay Lohan may or may not have handled Whitney Houston’s body at the morgue.

We are literally OBSESSED with these liquified lipsticks

Apple smashes records making $4 million in 24 hours

Comcast is threatening to cut off customers who use Tor, the web browser popular among criminals.

Will HBO become the new Netflix?

Meet the new SNL cast member!

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Sasha Zabelina, Art Director living in San Francisco, wearing her tucked A.P.C Flannel Dress

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By: Ilana Savdie

The first time I saw one of Elizabeth Jaeger's sculptures was the last time I didn't know who Elizabeth Jaeger was. In a sea of forgettable artists, it's gratifying to encounter one that stays with you, and Jaeger’s nudes, with their expressions of delightful intensity, were burned into my memory from day one. Elizabeth’s figures generally consist of nude women with long hair and all-encompassing expressions, gracefully and awkwardly positioned (and sometimes contorted). A solo show last year at Eli Ping Gallery caught a couple in the midst of a tender and subtle power play; a nude woman straddling a delighted man in a suit, his legs in the air and hands flat on the floor subtly indicating a shift in power. Their expressions are a mixture of ecstasy, fear and delight. She has shown her work in galleries all over the world, including solo shows in New York, London, and Portland. She’s currently in the midst of preparing for her upcoming solo show in October at Jack Hanley Gallery, so keep your eyes peeled for that!

I asked Elizabeth to answer some of my questions in GIFs:

How would other people describe you after a long day in studio?
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Tell me about your alter egoimage

Where do you look to when you’re drawing a blank?
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How would you define your community?
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You collaborate with an array of artists for Peradam. What about these artists grabs your attention?
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What were you like in high school?
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What moments in (art) history had the most influence on your work?
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Your adult life can be best summed up with:
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What’s next for you?
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Originally from San Francisco, Elizabeth Jaeger currently lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. 

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Check out some of Ilana’s other Art Crush interviews:

Jaimie Warren

Mike & Claire

Bradford Kessler

Fluct

10 Loud Pieces For Bold People

For those of us that love clothes that speak louder than we do, here are 10 items that will turn heads and stop traffic. You deserve to be heard, girl.

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5 Things We’ve Loved from NYFW SS15 So Far

1. Powerful women of all shapes and sizes at the Chromat show

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The regal, Sol Lewitt-inspired looks from Chromat’s SS15 collection came in all shapes and sizes. Chromat’s structural designs are a scaffolding for the human figure and it was great to see the power of that represented so diversely on the runway! It’s reasons like this that designer Becca McCharen is a Bib + Tuck fave.

2. The plexi chokers at the Hood By Air Show. 

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Interrogating what it means to be a man was a key element in the Hood By Air show, according to designer Shayne Oliver. Pictured above is performance artist and model, Boychild, a regular of Hood By Air runways.

3. Opening Ceremony, Spike Jonze and Jonah Hill put on a play

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Opening Ceremony presented their SS15 collection a little differently. Veering away from the traditional runway show, OC put together an all star team to put on a play, written and directed by Spike Jonze and Jonah Hill and starring Elle Fanning, Dree Hemingway, John Cameron Mitchell and Bobby Cannavale.

4. Miley in nipple tassles at Alexander Wang afterparty

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The Alexander Wang SS15 collection was pretty terrific, but what we really want to talk about is how bangerz Miley Cyrus looked at the unofficial after party, hosted by underground nightlife icon, Ladyfag.

5. Dustin Yellin walks the Misha Nanoo show with an iced coffee

The artist collaborated with the designer on prints for her latest collection, as well as loaned some of his beautiful glass paintings to the show. But the real audience fave was his nonchalant walk down the runway holding his iced coffee, bringing the otherwise serious audience to a roaring laugh.

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American Dope TeeMiu Miu Sunglasses, Rag & Bone Jeans

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YSL Button Down, Alex Lane Silk Blue Shorts,  BCBG Straw HatOdd Ring

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Jimmy Choo bag, Harley Davidson Leather Jacket, Motel Rocks Striped Pants

Can’t let go of summer? Here’s a playlist to get you through one last heat wave before winter comes along and finally forces you to give up and move to LA.

Ariele Max is DJ, VJ, curator and multimedia artist based in New York. Check out her featured closet on  Bib + Tuck >