But, um, is it just us or does this TOTALLY remind you of ? We're kind of loving this ode to one of the best children's book ever (RIP, Maurice Sendak ), especially with the addition of Ms. Wixson frolicking in the forest sporting jaw-dropping ensembles. I mean, a head to toe tangerine...

We watched a lot of European soccer, a little American basketball, and Spike Jonze's Where the Wild Things Are. I adored the color palette in the film, with the softest beiges, greys, and linens against the Australian beach. If I were to join the Wild Things gang, I'd wear these...

The collection's eye colors, meanwhile, offer a more straight-forward ode to the wild violet, with ecru, sandy beige, and taupe shades mixed with deep purple and ethereal violet colors. Nails, meanwhile, are rife with mystery thanks to the Wild Storm nail color, a charcoal gray color with a...

Animal motifs are back and designers are definitely getting creative not only with their animal subject matter, but also in their design efforts – from creepy crawlers to gorgeous peacocks and feathers to snakes wrapped around the arm, leg, neck in ring, cuff, choker and chain form... To...

Maurice Sendak is best known for his book Where the Wild Things Are, but his contributions to children's literature are many and he will be missed but forever remembered by children and adults who grew up with his stories. Vidal Sassoon breathed new life to women's hair and changed...

The New York Times Tribute to Maurice Sendak With the passing of writer and illustrator, Maurice Sendak, still fresh on everyone's mind, The New York Times pays tribute to the storied author of Where the Wild Things Are through its latest Op-Art features, "Thanks, Maurice." Paying homage to...

'Where The Wild Things Are' by Maurice Sendak was one of my favorite books from childhood. So last Halloween (when I was well into my third trimester) my husband and I agreeed that it would be adorable to dress our little boy as 'Max' on his first Halloween. Is it silly to plan a Halloween...

You may remember at the Autumn Winter 2012/13 show in London where Mulberry transformed the Claridges Hotel space into a "Where The Wild Things Are" land of enchantment. From seats covered in fur to runway models showcasing wild like fashions, this was one of most memorable shows of the...

Maurice Sendak pierced the notions that youngsters should be and are in sheltered lives, first with his groundbreaking Where the Wild Things Are in 1963, then followed by two others in the trilogy, In the Night Kitchen (1970) and Outside Over There (1981). In the process of his most famous...

Maurice Sendak, the famous American writer and illustrator who's children's book "Where the Wild Things Are" has been a nightstand classic for years, passed away last night at the age of 83. According to Reuters, playwright Tony Kushner once described Sendak "as one of the most important, if...

 

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