James Turrell on a Monday.

James Turrell on a Monday.


1. Counting down the last few weeks of Q3 - let's keep it chill, but productive. Compile your list of absolute *must-do's*, determine what tasks or projects can wait for next quarter, plan out the leisure time you have left. Get our Digital Detox guide for one last pre-fall refresh - or sign up to become a The WW Club member for access to all of our CLASS OF 2018 Q3 (and soon-to-come Q4) content.

2. In the Business of Fashion's new podcastDiane von Furstenberg talks about building a resilient fashion empire in an ever-changing world, what she's learned during 45 years in the business, how she created the iconic wrap dress from scraps (while pregnant) and the eternal importance of being your own best friend. A revitalizing listen.

3. We loved this roundup of books that acclaimed writers would include in high school curriculums if they could. 

4. Gal-dem sat down with British Vogue's new Digital Editor Alice Casely-Hayford on changing the face of one of fashion's oldest institutions.

5. Why trying to dodge jet lag is only setting yourself up for failure - physically and mentally.



Between 1963 and 1983, black artists across the country were creating some of the most revolutionary artwork the world has ever seen. See over 150 pieces from the era at Brooklyn Museum's newest exhibition, Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power.


You don’t want to miss the chance to see Janelle Monae's Dirty Computer tour. Lucky for you, she's playing two shows: September 11 + 12 at Roundhouse.


Don't forget: LACMA is free for LA County residents on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday from 3–5 PM, and Friday from 3–8 PM. Right now they're showing a wide range of exhibitions, like Fantasies and Fairy Tales and The Intersection of Past and Present in Iranian Art.


 A trip home to London always requires a  Neal’s Yard reup .

A trip home to London always requires a Neal’s Yard reup.

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