Sundays were made for lazy breakfasts and late-morning reading; for getting a sense of what exciting cultural events will be hitting your city this week. And so, to help you along, here’s a round-up of some of the events and exhibitions that have flown onto our radar, as well as some good reads to get your brain working this weekend.

See them after the break.

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Charisma: it’s not genetic, and you too can have it

It can be used for good or evil, it can be inherent or – apparently – it can be learned. Yes you can be as charismatic as Marilyn Monroe, George Clooney, Hilary Clinton or Pol Pot. Though we hope you opt not for the latter.
Read it here.

Paolo Roversi knows how to get models naked

In his interview with The Talks, seasoned photographer Paolo Roversi talks improvising, the digital age, and how he’s managed to get so many models to pose nude. Image: Lara Stone by Paolo Roversi for Vogue Italia.
Read it here.

The rise of the well-dressed man

“Welcome to the age of sartorial enlightenment,” writes the New York Times T Magazine, an age where any male – not just “gay men and Europeans” – can know his labels and put in the effort to look smart, all of the time.
Read it here.

The singer who fell to earth

He’s one of those rare talents that’s managed to stay iconic and culturally relevant across the decades. With a new album out this month, a profile of David Bowie.
Read it here.



If you’re in Amsterdam on the coming weekend, check out Dear Dutches, an exhibition of photographs that tell the travel stories of Naqia Lee. We may know her as a photo blogger of models and fashion week moments, but with an adventurous spirit and a wanderer’s soul, her visual collection of Amsterdam stories is sure to be worth a look.


We’ve long been fans of Remi Rebillard‘s cracked portraits and solemn stories that often show a darker side of beauty and of life. Coming up on April 18th through 28th, at 161 Avenue van Volxem 1190 Brussels, is a retrospective of Remi’s decades-long career of producing thought-provoking work and developing a signature aesthetic that you can’t mistake. If you’re in Brussels, mark it in your diary now.


The fashion world has been borrowing a lot from Pop Art of late, what with all those 3.1 Phillip Lim clutches and all. But you don’t have to wear it to appreciate the impact of Lichtenstein’s art on popular culture. There’s still time to check out the Lichtenstein Retrospective at the Tate Modern, which is on now until 27 May, 2013.



Custom tailor some jeans at the G-Star RAW Atelier, which opens on March 14 at Glue, Highpoint. As well as personally choosing the detailing like rivets and buttons, you’ll be advised by a professional tailor on getting the right denim fit and cut. The perfect pair of jeans is something of a holy grail, so it seems too good an opportunity to pass up.

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