[MONDAYS ARE FINE] OCTOBER 9
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1. Wow! The list for tomorrow's New York launch of The Working Woman's Handbook at The Standard High Line is totally full. So excited to meet some of you! For those who weren't able to get a ticket / aren't in NYC, I'm going to livestream the Q&A component of the evening via Facebook Live on The WW Club page. Lock in around 7.30pm EST or watch back at your leisure!
2. Kelela is an incredible artist and a truly inspiring woman. Be sure to explore her new album Take Me Apart and read her cover story with The Fader over here (a great piece, but worth a click for the outfit inspiration alone).
3. I'm never not fascinated by other people's creative practices.Here's a great article on Man Repeller (so much good writing on that site these days, btw!) featuring five authors on how, why, and where they write...
4. ...which is a neat little segue to remind you to check my podcast episode on the process of writing The Working Woman's Handbook, if you haven't already. More episodes coming soon!
5. This Inc. piece on how a Millennial founder - Katrina Lake of Stitch Fix - created a $730 million startup, is pretty inspiring.
6. As is this story on Rupi Kaur, the Punjabi-Canadian poet whose latest collection Milk and Honey is the best-selling adult book in the U.S. so far this year. Wowsa.
Now open at the MoMa, Items: Is Fashion Modern? explores the present, past—and sometimes the future—of 111 items of clothing and accessories that have had a strong impact on the world in the 20th and 21st centuries.
This sculpture and installation exhibition from Ann Veronica
Janssens at White Cube Bermondsey looks like a treat for the eyes.
If you've been wanting to book at last minute Euro culture trip, the international flower festival FLORA in Cordoba looks like a stunning reason to make it happen.