Fashion & Lifestyle

Fashion & Lifestyle

What an interior space tells us about its occupants

"Many designers and architects develop a look or aesthetic that defines their craft but for me, I had been raised to look for the narrative that gave each place its soul and identity."

Merging Traditional Craft with Technology

Couwenberg, a titan of fine-art fiber education, is influenced by growth and evolution, which she excavates in an exploration of her personal history as a Dutch woman living in America.

Jang’s practice embodies the mutable relationship between art and craft

Jang is a conceptual artist, a popular tattoo artist, and a renaissance creative with a grip on what it means to make exciting and thought-provoking contemporary artworks in various forms.

MdHS Curatorial Assistant Emily Bach searches for the stories in textiles

On any given day, curatorial assistant Emily Bach could be restoring a quilt from the collection, writing object condition reports, or conducting research on a new donation.

Supporting our favorite spots and tapping into the feeling of congregating in bars by buying drinks to go

The possibility of escapism through a curated QuaranTiki kit is something that we all could use these days.

Bobbi Rush, Dyyo, Josh Stokes, Amy Reid, Ami Dang

Musicians who already survive precariously have lost gigs due to Covid-19 cancellations and have had to figure out how to hustle through a pandemic

James Williams II, Claudia Jolin, Adam Holofcener, Megan Isennock, and Bonnie Crawford

Family is about love and about seeking comfort across spaces, both physical and virtual

How to safely color hair, cut your bangs, and support local business from home

Embracing COVID-19 hair and supporting local stylists and hair salons as businesses struggle under quarantine in Baltimore

History shows that significant shifts tend to happen in the wake of crisis

Perhaps as consumer spending decreases and as stores close and shipping slows, we are forced to think more about where the stuff we buy actually comes from and the many people involved in getting it to us.

Home fashion is all about comfort and entertainment

An assortment of Baltimore creatives wearing pajamas, evening gowns, vintage, and homemade facemasks

Checking in with a few of the Baltimore businesses that sell our magazine

Get vintage clothing and masks delivered to your porch, pick up local coffee and charcuterie, plus ideas for keeping your children and yourself entertained with remote book clubs and story hours.

Poignant observations, compelling points of view, and beautiful fantasies, made in Baltimore during the Covid-19 pandemic and quarantine

We are living through a major historical event and it's essential that we record our experiences.

SewLab and other small creative businesses are saving lives in Baltimore

These four-layered bamboo/cotton, antimicrobial fabric masks are perfect for daily wear and extending the lifespan of N95 masks for healthcare professionals.

Photos of Guests at the Baltimore School for the Arts Beloved Annual Gala

Grammy-level performances, beautiful decorations, hands-on art workshops, and 500 of Baltimore's best-dressed individuals

Owner of the multi-use Mount Vernon building talks about her move from DC to cultivate community

Nestled on a lively strip in Mount Vernon, Akwaaba House is an 18th-century, three-story building that exudes a love of Black life.

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