Celebrating Japan’s Marine Day

Glass marks the occasion at Aqua Kyoto restaurant in London

Review: Le Meraviglie (The Wonders)

Glass is entranced by Alice Rohrwacher’s latest film

Larry Poons’ radical surface

Glass meets legendary New York abstract artist Larry Poons

Unadulterated luxury

Glass visits the Excelsior Hotel Gallia, Milan, which has re-opened following complete restoration

 Decadent French dining in Manhattan

 Glass sits down to a feast of exquisite French dishes at New York institution Picholine

Between rebellion and beauty

Glass talks to Camille Blatrix, the Prix d’Enterprise Ricard-winning artist whose first UK solo show is at MOSTYN, Wales

SMART-move

Children of Armenia Fund launches an innovative education and employment programme, SMART

Greats of choreography – passion of Dance

Dance, dance or else we are lost. Glass pays homage to the beauty and bravery of the choreographer

Greats of choreography – passion of dance

Glass Archive

Dance is as indefinable as it is intangible. It is an intrinsic, visceral experience with no other purpose than to explore the limits of human capability and freedom of spirit, an innate and inexorable desire. Dance and its many proponents… Continue Reading →

Spirit of Summer at Aqua Nueva

Roberta Lister
Roberta Lister

Glass Online fashion writer

Created by the reigning global winner of World Class Bartender of the Year, Charles Joly, and Aqua London’s fabled house mixologist, Luca Missaglia, Aqua Nueva’s  limited-edition Spirit Of Summer cocktail menu blends premium Ciroc vodka with classic summer flavours from… Continue Reading →

SMART-move

Yasmin Bilbeisi
Yasmin Bilbeisi

Glass Online art writer

Armenia is a unique country in many respects, least of which is its approach to education. For example, chess is a compulsory subject in almost all schools. Thus, it is the ideal place to launch a groundbreaking and first of… Continue Reading →

Between rebellion and beauty

Stephanie Clair
Stephanie Clair

Glass Online culture and arts writer

Processing tensions between the self, memory and rebellion through his work, Camille Blatrix’s solo show at MOSTYN in Llandudno aims to reflect feelings of both the fictional and autobiographical. In conjunction with winning the Prix d’Enterprise Ricard in 2014, No… Continue Reading →

Alexander Wang Fall/Winter Campaign

Anna Coughlan
Anna Coughlan

Glass Online fashion writer

Alexander Wang’s autumn/winter 2015 ad campaign contains a menagerie of models, dancers, and general celebrities, all sporting his ready to wear collection. The collection was shot by photographer Steven Klein and some of the models involved in the campaign include… Continue Reading →

Gucci installation in Hong Kong opens

Kim Ing
Kim Ing

Glass digital editor (APAC)

  In the same week Gucci confirms a new collaboration with Dover Street Market, a new temporary installation is announced in Hong Kong’s luxury shopping destination, The Landmark. Gucci FW15 This duo of special instalments marks the arrival of Creative Director Alessandro Michele’s… Continue Reading →

Decadent French dining in Manhattan

Becky Zanker
Becky Zanker

Glass Online dining and culture writer

  Picholine, in midtown Manhattan, exudes the sort of New World elegance conjured up by old books like The Great Gatsby or The House of Mirth. The classic, canopied front gives way to a plush dining room in which chandeliers… Continue Reading →

US Girls new track – Woman’s Work

Katrina Mirpuri

Glass Online music writer

Meg Remy aka US Girls is soon to be back with more synth anthems with her upcoming album Half Free coming out September 25th. Meg Remy aka US Girls Ahead of its release, US Girls has shared the second track… Continue Reading →

Hinds release new song Chili Town

Katrina Mirpuri

Glass Online music writer

The Spanish four-piece Hinds have shared a new song from their debut album which they describe as a “winner”. They have recently signed with a new independent record label Lucky Number.   The Hinds girls Hinds have gone form being an unheard of… Continue Reading →

Unadulterated luxury

Amanda Bernstein
Amanda Bernstein

Glass Online fashion, travel and arts writer

The outstandingly stylish Excelsior Hotel Gallia in Milan recently re-opened after the completion of an extensive restoration over the last four years.  The award-winning Milan-based studio, Marco Piva, has re-created the Excelsior Hotel Gallia, a Luxury Collection Hotel, as an… Continue Reading →

Arcade Fire announce first feature film – The Reflector Tapes

Katrina Mirpuri

Glass Online music writer

It became evident that Arcade Fire became more than an average indie rock band when they announced they were headlining Glastonbury festival in 2014 – seven years after playing the Other Voices stage. They have managed to gain worldwide attention… Continue Reading →

Kurt Vile shares his new single and video Pretty Pimpin

Katrina Mirpuri

Glass Online music writer

The 35-year-old multi-instrumentalist Kurt Vile, who is also known for being a founding member of the cult band The War on Drugs, has released his new single Pretty Pimpin which will be appearing on his forthcoming solo album. This will be… Continue Reading →

Jitrois reveal AW15 fashion film

Emma Walsh
Emma Walsh

Glass Online fashion writer

Luxury leather label, Jitrois have recently revealed their latest fashion film for AW15. The short clip entitled Lucid Wonderland displays the brand’s new collection in abstract video form. Combining a retro ‘70s vibe with a futuristic twist, the film that… Continue Reading →

Larry Poons’ radical surface

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Even the floor of Larry Poons’ Manhattan loft studio is thick with art. Thirty years of flinging paint onto canvases has congealed to leave a brightly textured husk that covers every surface. “The whole room’s a painting”, says Poons. “I… Continue Reading →

Mykki Blanco launches own music label

Katrina Mirpuri

Glass Online music writer

The New York rapper, artist and activist Mykki Blanco has announced the launch of his own music label, Dogfood Music Group. Members of C-ORE Blanco has confirmed that it will launch in September, and the first thing to be released… Continue Reading →

A close call with Jack the Clipper, courtesy of Penhaligon’s

Roberta Lister
Roberta Lister

Glass Online fashion writer

Penhaligon’s latest launch, the No.33 Eau de Cologne, launches this week, and to celebrate the fragrance house is opening the doors of its Wellington Street home to traditional barbering master Jack the Clipper, who is offering traditional wet shaves and… Continue Reading →

Review: Le Meraviglie (The Wonders)

Arjun Sajip
Arjun Sajip

Glass Online film editor and music writer

The plot of Alice Rohrwacher’s latest film Le Meraviglie (The Wonders) is fairly simple. A family of six, with a 20-something helpmeet named Cocò, makes its living selling large quantities of honey produced in its rural homestead in Tuscany. While… Continue Reading →

Paradise on earth – explore the Halong Bay karsts with Paradise Cruises

Natalie Egling
Natalie Egling

Glass Online arts writer

Sailing the jade waters of Halong Bay in Vietnam is the stuff legends are made of. Just add misty mornings, a traditional junk design – such as that of Paradise Cruise’s luxury boats – and a UNESCO Heritage Site whose name translates as… Continue Reading →

Marcolin launches Balenciaga AW15 eyewear range

Emma Walsh
Emma Walsh

Glass Online fashion writer

Renowned eyewear supplier, Marcolin Group have recently announced their latest Balenciaga collection for AW15. The contemporary mix of sunglasses and optical frames combines conventional style with an updated twist and will be available to buy from August. Offering the very best… Continue Reading →

Celebrating Japan’s Marine Day

Roberta Lister
Roberta Lister

Glass Online fashion writer

In Japan, this week Marine Day: the nation’s newest national holiday – recognised since 1996 – takes place, and is a day to celebrate the bounty of the island’s surrounding seas. Back in London, the finest way to mark the… Continue Reading →

De Beers’ iconic Talisman collection returns

Roberta Lister
Roberta Lister

Glass Online fashion writer

Paris Haute Couture Week saw De Beers celebrate the 10th Anniversary of its iconic Talisman collection with a nostalgic new line. The original pieces set a new standard for high jewellery design in 2005, when they brought the raw beauty of the rough, untouched diamond… Continue Reading →

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