Seen and unseen

Glass reviews Vivian Maier: Street Photographer at Willy-Brandt-Haus, Berlin

Shape, colour and texture – bold Brazil

Brazilian designer Paula Cademartori talks to Glass about art, femininity and the power of beauty

Protecting the future

Glass gains unique insight into the admirable work of UNICEF and learns how apathy is today’s biggest threat

Keeping good dining in the family

Glass discovers The Jones Family Project, a dinner, drinks and day-time spot in Shoreditch, east London

Showing out at Paris Fashion Week

Glass presents an insider’s look at the designer showrooms at PFW AW15

For the love of it

Glass talks to rising star – British actor Adam Nagaitis

Running in the family

First show of Venice-based siblings Laura and Alessandro Diaz de Santillana’s glass work opens

The Science of Dreams

Consciousness and lucid dreaming: the world’s leading expert challenges our misconceptions

A zesty palette for the C de Cartier Bag

Louise Lui
Louise Lui

Glass Online fashion, arts and culture writer

Just in time for summer, Cartier has released the C de Cartier bag in a new array of vibrant shades. Inspired by fine stones and the brand’s signature shades, the new palette includes amethyst, spessartite garnet, cordierite, turquoise, chalcedony and… Continue Reading →

The science of dreams

Glass Archive

Neurobiologists and cognitive scientists are currently engaged in new efforts to establish the brain basis of consciousness. Progress in brain imaging, quantitative recording of electrical activity produced by neurons within the human brain and in unit documentation in animals, have… Continue Reading →

Martell Cognac celebrates 300th anniversary with Diane Kruger as Brand Ambassador

Liam Feltham
Liam Feltham

Glass Online fashion writer

Martell Cognac celebrates their 300th anniversary this week with the appointment of Diane Kruger as brand ambassador. The international cognac house has selected the German actress, fashion model and Francophile as the face of their tricentenaire brand celebrations. Founded in… Continue Reading →

Running in the family

Emily Rae Pellerin
Emily Rae Pellerin

Glass Online Fashion & Arts Writer

Opening next month at Yorkshire Sculpture Park is the joint exhibition of works by Venetian glass artists Laura de Santillana and Alessandro Diaz de Santillana. The siblings’ first show in the UK, YSP’s space will be inhabited by the two’s… Continue Reading →

For the love of it

Arjun Sajip
Arjun Sajip

Glass Online film editor and music writer

Glass had a great time interviewing Adam Nagaitis, the RADA graduate rapidly making a name for himself in the film industry. Born and raised in Chorley, Lancashire, Adam began his training at the prestigious Stella Adler Studio in New York… Continue Reading →

Showing out at Paris Fashion Week

Don Carlo
Don Carlo

Glass Online photographer

  Away from the drama and glamour of the catwalk, the designer showrooms at fashion week are only open to the members of the international fashion industry and offer buyers and journalists a chance to take their time to contemplate… Continue Reading →

Observatory at One World Trade Center opens to the public

Emily Rae Pellerin
Emily Rae Pellerin

Glass Online Fashion & Arts Writer

New York City’s got the Top of the Rock excursion at Rockefeller Center. It’s got the Empire State Building’s Observation Deck. And now, it’s got the much-anticipated Observatory at One World Trade Center. The One World Observatory, opening officially to the… Continue Reading →

Keeping good dining in the family

Becky Zanker
Becky Zanker

Glass Online dining and culture writer

The husband and wife team behind The Jones Family Project wanted to cater to all occasions in one space – no mean feat – and they’ve achieved it. It’s the sort of place that you can visit by day without… Continue Reading →

Preview: The Thread directed by Greg Barker

Arjun Sajip
Arjun Sajip

Glass Online film editor and music writer

“U saw the news? … Better not text me, my friend.” These ten chilling words were those texted by Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev to a former schoolfriend of his, two years ago this week. That the bombing was tragic… Continue Reading →

Protecting the future

Elana B Tenenbaum
Elana B Tenenbaum

Glass Magazine architecture writer

Since its creation by the United Nations General Assembly in 1946, with the aim of providing food, clothing and health care to the millions of children facing famine and disease in the wake of World War II, the United Nations… Continue Reading →

Shape, colour and texture – bold Brazil

Stephanie Clair
Stephanie Clair

Glass Online culture and arts writer

Starting her professional training in industrial design, Paula Cademartori seems an unlikely candidate for a luxury accessory designer but her fascination with the construction of objects led her into jewellery design which was a conduit to her becoming an accessory… Continue Reading →

Grand Hyatt Taipei announces relaunch after extensive renovations

Amanda Bernstein
Amanda Bernstein

Glass Online fashion, travel and arts writer

The five-star Grand Hyatt Taipei celebrates its re-launch on April 23 after completing an extensive renovation programme. Guest rooms and suites have been totally redesigned and rebuilt, ensuring the upmost in luxury for the discerning business and leisure traveller alike…. Continue Reading →

Seen and unseen

Ruvi Simmons
Ruvi Simmons

Berlin-based writer

Invisible may no longer be an adjective suitable to describe a photographer who has recently been the subject of an Oscar-nominated documentary, and yet it is the first that comes to mind when viewing Vivian Maier’s photographs. With her Rolleiflex… Continue Reading →

New Model Army

Justin van Vliet
Justin van Vliet

Chief Glass Online photographer

Name: Alisa Znarok Nationality: Latvian Agency: Profile Model Management How did you become a model? A model scout came up to me when I was in school and invited me to join a modelling agency. Who is your favourite designer? I can’t really… Continue Reading →

A tranquil haven in fashion heaven

Thea Macaulay

The Four Seasons Milan is a hotel that makes a powerful first impression – but the exact nature of the impression will depend on what time you arrive. Turn up in the evening or early morning and you find yourself… Continue Reading →

(De)constructing memory

Glass Archive

“To provide meaningful architecture is not to parody history but to articulate it.” – Daniel Libeskind When Daniel Libeskind received the Hiroshima Art Prize in 2001, an honour reserved for those whose work promotes international understanding and peace, it was… Continue Reading →

Breaking the mould

Ben Olsen
Ben Olsen

Glass Online music editor

One of the world’s most bankable DJs, Seth Troxler was raised in Kalamazoo, Michigan, partied in Detroit and honed his craft in Berlin and on the international DJ circuit. His relentless touring schedule helped him top of Resident Advisor’s top… Continue Reading →

Essence of the Earth

Viola Levy
Viola Levy

Glass Online beauty editor

When it comes to spring scents, I’m definitely with author Margaret Atwood, who quipped: “In the spring, at the end of the day, you should smell like dirt.” Although this may appear rather odd to some, I’m inclined to agree…. Continue Reading →

A Bright Blush from Illamasqua – maverick make-up line debut a new gel blusher

Viola Levy
Viola Levy

Glass Online beauty editor

Springtime means blusher in Glass’’s book – it being the best way to pep up a sallow wintery complexion. Yet when one peruses the new arrivals – a homogenous mass of powdery peaches and pinks, it all gets a bit boring after a… Continue Reading →

The Frye Company launches sunglass collaboration with Cutler and Gross

Emma Walsh
Emma Walsh

Glass Online fashion writer

Luxury leather specialists, The Frye Company has launched a sunglass collaboration with Cutler and Gross for SS15. Renowned for their high quality products, both brands pride themselves on their exceptional craftsmanship and exclusive artisan edge. Available in five unique styles,… Continue Reading →

Dancing between the title and the canvas

Bonnie Friend
Bonnie Friend

Glass Online arts writer

Art is not the first thing that comes to mind when you think of Noel Fielding, but today, at the Royal Albert Hall, the walls are ringing with his brushstrokes. The marmite comedian is best known for his irreverent, observational… Continue Reading →

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