A few things on the internet that have caught my eye this week if you’re in the mood for a little visit:
Peruse In 2016, the skincare brand SK-II came out with a viral campaign called #changedestiny. The above video and this one about the marriage market hit all the right notes (and pulled all of the heart strings). Brilliantly, smart vulnerable marketing.
Watch Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat. The Netflix show that had me smitten. The Washington Post wrote ‘‘Nosrat takes her viewers to a different country that exemplifies each component in the show’s title — and it doesn’t look anything like those shows, which are usually full of brash men eating organ meats and throwing back beers. Instead, it looks like Nosrat’s life, beautiful in its imperfections.’’ Needless to say, I just bought the cookbook to boot.
Inspire Have you heard of Lingua Franca? Embroidered cashmere sweaters (yes, the price tag comes with it) but with every customized resistance sweater sold, they donate $100 to an organization your choice. This is just one way fashion is becoming part of the resistance.
Read “Emilie Halpern is not afraid of change. After a traumatic year of loss, this luminous LA-based artist has survived and thrived.” This home, her words in this interview and her art are achingly beautiful.