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A kitchen designed with a baker in mind. Design and organize your kitchen for the way it’s used. Bake a lot? Pop up storage tucks away a heavy mixer, but keeps it close at hand. Slotted storage keeps baking tins and pans tidy. 

Ready for a kitchen remodel? Find more inspiration.

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Altuzarra Spring 2015 See full collection, here…

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Altuzarra Spring 2015 
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Richard Nicoll S/S 2015 - perfect.

Richard Nicoll S/S 2015 - perfect.

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In a manicured cul-de-sac in LA’s Baldwin Hills, Nicki Minaj’s matte black Maybach lurks in the shimmering heat – doors flung open to let the still air circulate and privacy curtains pulled back. The $500,000 car cuts an imposing silhouette against the mid-century home where its owner is posing for today’s shoot. In the driveway, her personal chauffeur, bodyguard and day-to-day manager keep watch, hovering patiently while Minaj acts the suburban housewife inside.

Ripping off yellow rubber gloves in order to slip into a Balmain two-piece, Minaj insists the scenario isn’t quite the American daydream that it seems. “I’m in a surreal world, but I’m so normal in it,” she says, striding across the yard in gold Giuseppe Zanotti heels. “Most people that I know in the industry have maids, housekeepers, ten bodyguards and a masseuse with them at all times. Everyone around me is like, ‘You’re so much more low-key than I thought!’ But I don’t like going out, I don’t like crowds, I don’t like clubs. If I do have downtime, I prefer to be in the house cooking West Indian food and watching my DVR.”

After a few hours of tense outfit changes, the 31-year-old heads back to her trailer to unwind after a day playing a hyperreal homemaker. In person, she has a presence that belies her tiny 5’2” frame, giving off a vibe of steely authority that hums louder than the trailer’s aircon. Curled up on a paisley couch, brushing out her demure Veronica Lake waves, Minaj says she has every intention to “stop what I’m doing and be a mother and wife. But not yet.” Before she can settle down to a life of quiet domesticity, Minaj wants to release five albums in total. “I have to make 500 million dollars first,” she says. “That figure has been in my brain for a long time. I want to be the female who earned the same amount of money that the Jay Zs and the Puffys were able to earn. I feel like when I reach my 500-million-dollar goal” – she pauses to cackle at the Monopoly-money sum, teeth bared – “then no other woman in rap will ever feel like they can’t do what these men have done.”
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In a manicured cul-de-sac in LA’s Baldwin Hills, Nicki Minaj’s matte black Maybach lurks in the shimmering heat – doors flung open to let the still air circulate and privacy curtains pulled back. The $500,000 car cuts an imposing silhouette against the mid-century home where its owner is posing for today’s shoot. In the driveway, her personal chauffeur, bodyguard and day-to-day manager keep watch, hovering patiently while Minaj acts the suburban housewife inside.

Ripping off yellow rubber gloves in order to slip into a Balmain two-piece, Minaj insists the scenario isn’t quite the American daydream that it seems. “I’m in a surreal world, but I’m so normal in it,” she says, striding across the yard in gold Giuseppe Zanotti heels. “Most people that I know in the industry have maids, housekeepers, ten bodyguards and a masseuse with them at all times. Everyone around me is like, ‘You’re so much more low-key than I thought!’ But I don’t like going out, I don’t like crowds, I don’t like clubs. If I do have downtime, I prefer to be in the house cooking West Indian food and watching my DVR.”

After a few hours of tense outfit changes, the 31-year-old heads back to her trailer to unwind after a day playing a hyperreal homemaker. In person, she has a presence that belies her tiny 5’2” frame, giving off a vibe of steely authority that hums louder than the trailer’s aircon. Curled up on a paisley couch, brushing out her demure Veronica Lake waves, Minaj says she has every intention to “stop what I’m doing and be a mother and wife. But not yet.” Before she can settle down to a life of quiet domesticity, Minaj wants to release five albums in total. “I have to make 500 million dollars first,” she says. “That figure has been in my brain for a long time. I want to be the female who earned the same amount of money that the Jay Zs and the Puffys were able to earn. I feel like when I reach my 500-million-dollar goal” – she pauses to cackle at the Monopoly-money sum, teeth bared – “then no other woman in rap will ever feel like they can’t do what these men have done.” (read more)

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rawfortheoceans:

Pharrell Williams, Co-Designer of RAW for the Oceans

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Pharrell Williams, Co-Designer of RAW for the Oceans

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First look: Rihanna poses with legendary models Iman and Naomi Campbell in the Sept. issue of W Magazine.

I’m in love

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CALLING ALL BAY AREA ARTISTS! https://www.bombayartisan.com/content/ Calling Oakland/SF Bay Area artists! We want YOU to represent our region and compete for a solo exhibition at Art Basel Miami 2014 via RUSH Foundation +Bombay Sapphire Artisan Series. Artists here’s your chance- get online today through August 16th and submit your original work to the competition. A select group will get a show at Betti Ono this November and one will get a chance to rep our region at Scope Miami Art Basel + get your own solo show at @Scope New York! — Tell a friend!

Link to the project: https://www.bombayartisan.com/content/

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Syd the Kyd and Matt Martians of Odd Future’s, The Internet, have joined up with HYPETRAK to release an eclectic summer mix, aptly titled, “Summer” for HYPETRAK’s Mix series; and as though the mix couldn’t get any better, it’s totally free to download.



The Odd Future duo include an array of music from Brandy’s “Movin’ On” to Kaytranada’s refix of Teedra Moses’ “Be Your Girl”; they even feature the classic David Bowie hit, “Fame”.
If you’d like to see the tracklist, take a look below; and don’t forget, The Internet will be playing this year’s Afropunk festival next month.



The Internet - Summer (Tracklist)
01 Raleigh Ritchie - Stronger Than Ever (The Internet Remix)
02 Disclosure featuring Sam Smith - Latch
03 Katy B featuring Sampha - Play
04 Teedra Moses - Be Your Girl (Kaytranada Remix)
05 The Pharcyde - She Said (Jay Dee Remix)
06 ScHoolBoy Q - Collard Greens
07 Esperanza Spalding - Ponta De Areia
08 Curren$y featuring Big K.R.I.T. & Smoke DZA - Skybourne
09 D’Angelo - Lady
10 Mayor Hawthorne - Her Favorite Song
11 David Bowie - Fame
12 James Brown - The Payback
13 Stevie Wonder - Too High
14 Al B. Sure! - Nite And Day
15 Brandy - Movin’ On
16 YG featuring Drake - Who Do You Love
17 Dogg Pound - Cali Iz Active
18 De La Soul featuring Zhane - 4 More
19 Pharrell - Gush

(read more at AfroPunk)

Syd the Kyd and Matt Martians of Odd Future’s, The Internet, have joined up with HYPETRAK to release an eclectic summer mix, aptly titled, “Summer” for HYPETRAK’s Mix series; and as though the mix couldn’t get any better, it’s totally free to download.



The Odd Future duo include an array of music from Brandy’s “Movin’ On” to Kaytranada’s refix of Teedra Moses’ “Be Your Girl”; they even feature the classic David Bowie hit, “Fame”. If you’d like to see the tracklist, take a look below; and don’t forget, The Internet will be playing this year’s Afropunk festival next month.

The Internet - Summer (Tracklist) 01 Raleigh Ritchie - Stronger Than Ever (The Internet Remix) 02 Disclosure featuring Sam Smith - Latch 03 Katy B featuring Sampha - Play 04 Teedra Moses - Be Your Girl (Kaytranada Remix) 05 The Pharcyde - She Said (Jay Dee Remix) 06 ScHoolBoy Q - Collard Greens 07 Esperanza Spalding - Ponta De Areia 08 Curren$y featuring Big K.R.I.T. & Smoke DZA - Skybourne 09 D’Angelo - Lady 10 Mayor Hawthorne - Her Favorite Song 11 David Bowie - Fame 12 James Brown - The Payback 13 Stevie Wonder - Too High 14 Al B. Sure! - Nite And Day 15 Brandy - Movin’ On 16 YG featuring Drake - Who Do You Love 17 Dogg Pound - Cali Iz Active 18 De La Soul featuring Zhane - 4 More 19 Pharrell - Gush

(read more at AfroPunk)

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