Entries by The Clifftonian

Constance Jablonski’s Summer Road Trip

By INTO THE GLOSS Via intothegloss.com This week in Instagram voyeurism, we check in with old friend Constance Jablonski, who just got back from a road trip in Portugal and Spain. Some photos and thoughts, straight from her iPhone to yours: Hi guys! For my summer trip this year, I did a road trip from Lisbon all […]

Where to Eat When…

By Leandra Medine Via manrepeller.com “Amelia was right: picking a place to eat in New York City can be more challenging than picking a mate with which to procreate for life. There are so many! They all look so cute! If I eat at the one with the decorative tins full of flowers, will I regret the missed mason-jar-full-of-tequila […]

Surf’s Up: Your Mid-August Summer Playlist

by The Writers Via manrepeller.com You need a reminder that it’s mid-August like I need a hole in my eyebrow, so accept my apology and just hear me out: we’re on a quest towards an endless summer at Man Repeller. Fifty bucks says you’ll catch us riding dirty come winter, regardless of what that creeping calendar says. Think top down, chrome spinning, swimsuits […]

The chicest way to stay sunburn-free on the beach

By Jamie McKillop Via Well & Good Say goodbye to the half-broken beach umbrella that haunts your closet like the ghost of sandy summers past. Aussie brand Lovin’ Summer wants to up your sun-protection game with totally chic new beach “tents” in which to apply your SPF 30 and actually read a book. The brand just launched stateside, offering four […]

Method to His Madness

by Melissa Anderson Via Artforum.com “IN “THE DUKE IN HIS DOMAIN,” Truman Capote’s notorious 1957 New Yorker profile of Marlon Brando(1924–2004), the writer observes of his subject: “The voice went on, as though speaking to hear itself, an effect Brando’s speech often has, for, like many persons who are intensely self-absorbed, he is something of a monologuist—a […]

Nick Cave

by Andrianna Campbell Via artforum.com “Nick Cave’s solo exhibition at the Cranbrook Art Museum, “Here Hear,” highlights the range of his multidisciplinary practice, from his iconic Soundsuits to newer sculpture, and also marks the artist’s return to a city that fostered his early practice. Organized in collaboration with the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit, the Detroit School […]

17 types of New Yorkers you’ll see in the summer

Photograph: Courtesy Creative Commons/Flickr/Vasilios Sfinarolakis By Time Out NY Writers Via timeout.com It’s looking like it’s going to be another hot one in New York this week. That means we’ve got seven more days of hot subways, intense humidity and trying to find love without literally passing out. But at least take heart that you’re not alone. As […]