"Self-portrait with monkeys" What with essentially training to be an art-historian/sociologist next year in university, I felt on my last full pre-London day in Dublin, it would be a good idea to get proactive in my learning of the former and visit the much talked about Frida Kahlo and Diego...

Frida is one of my favourites and if you haven't seen it, do! I chose to use Frida Kahlo's quotes not because they are witty but because I think they are powerful and inspirational, just like she was. Biography One of the most significant artists of the twentieth century. Frida Kahlo was...

I know metallic shades and fabrics are a must have / wear this season (and the next), but this Vogue Mexico April 2012 cover looks just like a January cover – glitz and glam, party all around! Ginta Lapina as photographed by Nagi Sakai looks every inch the cover material she was hired to...

Kline landed a spread in Vogue Mexico's November issue, and I daresay she's looking fierce in it. She's working her short 'do like no other made-over ANTM cast member before her, and she might just be the one reality TV model to become a legitimate top model in the real world. Or am I...

La Prima Donna – Ginta Lapina is princess perfect in Chanel jackets for the April cover shoot of , shot by Nagi Sakai. Paired with other labels such as Givenchy, Sportmax and Roberto Cavalli, fashion editor Sarah Gore Reeves gives the ladylike outerwear a youthful twist. Sleek hair by Pasquale...

Crystal Renn has snagged her very first Vogue cover in April's issue of Vogue Mexico. Shot byDavid Roemer, Renn once again reveals how much of a skill modeling is. Yes, Renn has got the looks, but in this spread, it's her movement and posing that steals the show. Here's hoping an American...

Photographer Naomi Yang captures the red trend for the December issue of Vogue Mexico in an alluring spread starring the dazzling Inguna Butane. Styled by Shino Itoi in crimson hues from the likes of Givenchy, Jean-Paul Gaultier, Celine and more, Inguna stuns in Rojo Amanecer. Vogue Mexico...

When I first encountered the work of twentieth century Mexican painter Frida Kahlo as a teenager, I hated it. With all of those self portraits, I thought she had to have been the world's most vain unibrowed woman. And yikes! blood! Thankfully, my understanding of art has matured. There is much...

An upcoming exhibition at the Bronx Museum will be the first to examine Frida Kahlo's deep appreciation for and fascination with the beauty of the natural world, as seen in the complex use of plant and animal imagery in her artwork. The unique exhibit will feature a rare display of more than a...

Born Magdalena Carmen Frieda Kahlo y Calderón, but know to most of us as Frida Kahlo, the influential painter has inspired countless fashion editorials, campaigns and collections. Not only a muse for the fashion world, Kahlo is a feminist and of course, artistic inspiration, the painter would...

 

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