Lora Appleton is one of the leading forces in the New York Design scene today. She is the founder of both acclaimed design studio, kinder MODERN and the founder of the Female Design Council, an action-oriented membership organization dedicated to supporting women in the field of design. The FDC provides professional support, guidance and mentorship, while […]

  • Milan Travel Guide at Salone Del Mobile // GRAY DAVIS

    With so many great cities to visit in Italy, Milan should be high on the list. Not only for the fashion and chic street style but for the northern Italian cuisine, iconic museums, and sprawling palazzos. There is no better time to visit Milan than during its annual celebration of art and design, Salone del Mobile. For one week every April, the city streets come alive with global design aficionados […]


    Chicago-based design studio Gentner is the namesake label of Christopher Gentner. Equal-parts skillful craftsman, considerate sculptor and whimsical innovator, Gentner counts the recreation of the Frank Lloyd Wright Robie House gates among his accomplishments. With a BFA in metalsmithing from the Cleveland Institute of Art under his belt, followed by apprenticeships beside sculptors and jewelers,  Christopher […]

The Work Magazine – Collaboration Issue


All Hallows Eve…

We bid farewell to one of our favorite months with a collection of WORK Mag’s wicked October photos. Our lovely Editor in Chief, Gloria Noto celebrated a birthday (ironically the same day as Día de los Muertos, muaha) which we spent at El Carmen and Villains Tavern in proper spirit. Wishing you a wicked All Hallows Eve…

Quitting your job in style – take notes! -MD (Source: https://www.youtube.com/)


The WORK Magazine is now carried at GR8. Laforet Harajuku 2.5f 1-11-6 Jingumae Shibuya-Ku Tokyo 1500001 Japan


NAME: Arthur ‘Kinski’ Terrier  WHO DO YOU THINK YOU ARE?: Screenwriter LOCATION: Paris, France – Flea Market ARE YOU LEGAL?: 21 WHAT YOU GOT:  Vintage head to toe. THANKS FOR TRYING AGENT: Tristan Scott

Happy Friday. -MD


Homo Riot’s work started as a fuck you to the supporters of Prop 8 in 2010 and soon became more profound and larger than what anyone had anticipated. His street art has established him as one of the most recognizable, talented, respected and inspiring street artists within the US.   We caught up with the […]

Richard Serra is one of my favorite artists. If you aren’t familiar with his magnificent installation sculpture, this time lapse video will acclimate you with his large scale installation process. -KD (Source: https://www.youtube.com/)

Steve Jobs – You Will Be Missed

We lost a pioneer, genius and amazing human being today. Steve you’ve transfomed the way we view the world and have made it a better place. Rest in peace. 

JIL SANDER SS12 // Art History Lesson

Jil Sander’s SS12 collection is an intelligent Mid-Century mash up of Cubism, Modernism and pure, classic couture silhouettes. One of my favorites for SS12, Simons combined architecture, art, culture and sleek structure to hit it out of the women’s wear ballpark.  Set in a backsplash of primary color blocking and sterile white, Raf Simons’ collection […]


As the last models strut the Parisian runways, we have given our camera a rest and have selected a few photos from London Fashion Week. The schedule was crazy (a 100 shows in 5 days and that’s just on-schedule), the usual fashionable celebs came out in troves, and the stream of champagne and goodie bags […]