Noteworthy #4

Happy Easter everyone! I hope you are all doing well. I’ve been MIA for a couple of weeks because I’ve been having some trouble with my neck and shoulder. I just woke up one morning and I could hardly turn my neck which got progressively worse over the course of a few weeks. So apart from sitting behind a computer all day at work, I decided to stay away from it as much as I could at home, hence the lack of updates. I also need to catch up with 50+ blogposts on Bloglovin’ so don’t be surprised if I comment on your posts from weeks ago, haha. That all said, I’m doing much better thanks to my physiotherapist and I should be back to my old blogging ways soon. For now, I’ll leave you with a few interesting things worth checking out.

This recent article on The Business of Fashion sparked my interest. It focuses on the so-called ‘pink-tax’ and tries to uncover the reasons for the price differences between men’s and women’s clothing.

* The Gentlewoman just released a new issue with a great interview with Kirsten Dunst, gorgeous editorials and a collaboration with Sunspel, a British luxury brand for modern wardrobe staples. I love the narrow, slightly longer sleeves and high neckline of their t-shirt.

* And finally, I do have to mention something art-related as usual. If you get the chance to visit the Marcel Broodthaers retrospective at MoMA, please do! You won’t regret it. Expect a lot of beautiful, thought-provoking and humorous artworks from this poetic artist.