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DANCE The way we feel about ourselves determines what we want to wear. Dressing up became more than just a practical use of fabric. Embracing fashion certainly affects our appearance, behavior and how we are perceived by others. SUCCESS Professional ballroom dancer Tony Dovolani embodies the idea of a true

Coreaux is using art to give new meaning to the modern bag. The project began when he painted his own Goyard Duffle bags just over a year ago. We study ancient history in modern times through the items that people once called their own. In jewelry worn by ancient Egyptians, and

Every year in December, Miami is the place to be when it comes to art, music and design. The city holds a fast-growing number of art fairs and artists, welcoming international and fresh art community. From emerging artists to fine art collectors, curators and art lovers from Europe, LATAM, Asia,

“I never decided to be an artist, I was born this way. It is who I am.” – Kathrina Miccio Born in New York with family roots in Sorrento and Sicily, Kathrina Miccio is an artist, actress, writer, producer, and director. She is also a Breast Cancer survivor, which inspired her to

Trawling through the Internet because it’s your turn to suggest the next place for some after-hours grub and grog? Look no further, these four hangouts have won the THM team’s stamp of approval – check them out on your next bar crawl! 25 DEGREES Hailing from Los Angeles, 25 Degrees

pander: gratify or indulge to an immoral desire, need, or habit or a person Located in Hudson Heights of New York City, The Pandering Pig serves up a carefully planned menu of creative renditions of classic French dishes with a personal and unique spin of Northern California mix. The new

“When an animal lives the life it deserves, it gives back in the quality of their meat.” The Bistro of Beautiful Birds, Poultry Paradise, Heaven of the chickens, or any other surreal and intangible name and description, you name it; the modern French bistro, Le Coq Rico is it, all

hortus [latin]: garden Hortus NYC, located in NoMad Manhattan of NYC, is a newly opened restaurant with an interesting concept to reinvent modern Asian cuisine in New American style for dining, infusing local and seasonal ingredients with fresh and contemporary flavors. Hortus, meaning garden in Latin, is the idea behind

West Los Angeles’s hidden gem, Westwood, is one of the wealthiest residential neighborhoods in the city. It is also home to the 1919 University of California Los Angeles (UCLA), Memorial Park Cemetery the resting place of many notable entertainers, Hammer Museum with its artist-centric and progressive array of exhibitions, and

yakitori – a Japanese type of skewered chicken Located in Greenwich Village, Toriko NY serves a carefully arranged upscale yakitori multicourse omakase menu, one that is full of surprises. Yakitori, grilled skewered chicken and its parts are popular and typical izakaya food that is often paired with beer, but the