[MONDAYS ARE FINE] APRIL 30
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1. Everyone knows that Mexico City is one of our favourite places in the world, so we were delighted to work with Warehouse on a new campaign celebrating the wonders (and amazing women) of CDMX.Check out Phoebe's Edit of the new collection here and stay tuned for more Mexico City content from us and Warehouse in the coming weeks.
2. It's officially spring out here in NYC - we think/hope/pray - and we're celebrating with a SPRING SALE. Get 20% off Tier 2 enrollment in CLASS OF 2018 for all Q2 content, seminars, and event discounts.Get yours before the sale ends this Friday!
3. Hear from 3 women on the high-highs and low-lows of being in love with your job - feat. my girl Chloe Kernaghan, the co-founder of SKY TING.
4. If you love Atlanta, you'll love watching Brian Tyree Henry - AKA the actor who plays Paper Boy - speak honestly and intimately about howhis relationship with money has changed since his acting career blew up. Watch over on Wealthsimple's "Money Diaries" series.
5. My lovely friend Madeline Poole (MP Nails) talks color trends, preferring classic polish on her own hands, and her upcoming voyage into accessories with The Cut.
NEW YORK CITY
Murakami's new solo show "HEADS↔HEADS" opened over the weekend at Perrotin Gallery in LES. Explore three floors of the iconic Japanese artist's colorful work before it closes up on June 17.
Since its inception, abstract art has almost exclusively credited men for its creation and evolution. Surface Work, a new show at the Victoria Miro gallery, showcases the talent of women artists who have shaped abstract painting under the radar, then and now.
Make a trip to the Fowler to see Meleko Mokgosi: Bread, Butter, and Power, a large-scale painting installation that interrogates gendered labor practices in South Africa.