Seeing as how I couldn't get it together for a February recap and obviously got sidetracked over the past 6 weeks, I figured I'd start fresh with the April installment of Curator's Corner. Here's the monthly rewind.
- So gimmicky yet I'd love to visit this YSL pop-up.
- In packaging news, pens and pencils are experiencing a sharp increase in popularity, while modular makeup gets a Lego-inspired twist.
- Would you like some toast to go with the buttery skin trend?
- Just a gentle reminder that inclusivity in the beauty industry doesn't end with base makeup.
- Interesting piece on how house brands are getting the "exclusive" treatment.
- Whenever I finally get around to watching the new Pet Sematary I'm going to keep an eye out for Church's makeup.
- I've read this article on digitally applied makeup several times and still can't wrap my head around how it actually works.
- One of beauty's most infamous cult products turns 20. Happy birthday, O!
- Speaking of '90s makeup...
- Continuing with the '90s theme, in sad nostalgic news, the 25th anniversary of Kurt Cobain's passing occurred on April 5, while a documentary on deceased Blind Melon frontman Shannon Hoon premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival.
- Despite all the turmoil on the personal front, I managed to pop up to NYC for a couple hours to catch the amazingly comprehensive Hilma af Klint exhibition at the Guggenheim, which turned out to be the most visited show in the museum's history. It did not disappoint!
As I predicted, af Klint's work is even more breathtaking in person. I was thrilled to have gotten a chance to see it.
How has your spring been?