The Friday List No. 17

1.) Whether or not you embrace aging, scientist David Sinclair’s theory on how we can slow or even reverse the process is fascinating to hear. His book, Lifespan, and guest episode on the Goop podcast delves into the scientific reasoning behind why we can live long, healthy lives, and the habits we can form to make it happen.

2.) “Why can’t we just be in pop?” As if I needed another reason to love Tyler, the Creator. After winning best rap album at this year’s Grammys, the artist used a backstage interview as an opportunity to discuss the racist undertones of his nomination category.

3.) ICYMI: Schiaparelli’s surrealist SS20 Haute Couture show was one of my absolute favorites. I’m obsessed with the mix of art and whimsy, structural pieces and feminine shapes.

4.) I am so excited for my upcoming trip to CDMX next week! This visit will be spent immersing myself in the activities surrounding ZONA MACO, a semi-annual contemporary art fair that brings in hundreds of galleries from all over the world. The event also coincides with Salón ACME, a gallery featuring emerging artists, and the highly experimental Material art fair. Artwork by José Felipe Chi Dzul

5.) Just started reading Jia Tolentino’s debut essay collection, Trick Mirror, and I’m already moved. What a fierce, thought-provoking and beautifully provocative critique on the shortcomings of contemporary culture.

6.) Looking forward to taking The Art of the Radiant Woman, a 4-week virtual course led by meditation teacher Desirée Pais that’s designed to help you tap into the most powerful version of yourself.


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