Over the weekend I got the chance to hang out with Mr Porter’s social content guru Lauren Luxenberg, who was visiting New York from London, and as you might imagine, when you get a blogger and a content creator in the same room, the conversation quickly turned to Instagram. Now, I’m not sure if you follow Mr Porter’s Instagram account, but it is BEAUTIFUL. Seeing as Lauren is responsible for a lot of the imagery that makes it so wildly popular, I figured she’d be the perfect person to share her top Instagram tips and tricks she’s learned along the way. Bear in mind that these are coming from a girl who’s so obsessive about aesthetics that she color coordinates the apps on her iPhone. So without further ado…Click to Continue!
Anon asks: Yo Isaac! Do you have an updated list on sweet stuff to do when visiting NYC? Maybe stuff you do with Jenny? I’ll be there this summer for 10 days with my boyfriend.
Hey, gidday mate! Please find below an updated list of my favorite things to do in NYC right now, spanning food, nightlife, more food, and shopping.Click to Continue!
Anon asks: Hi Isaac. I have a serious crush on a guy, think about him all the time, get jealous when I see him in photos with other girls. The works. I also have a serious boyfriend of five years who I live with. How do I rid myself of this poison before it destroys my real relationship from the outside in? How to stop obsessing?
Hey, gidday mate. I don’t like the sound of this one bit.Click to Continue!
I come from a country where there’s no such thing as style rules. There’s no only wearing black suits to weddings and funerals, or only wearing jandals/thongs/flip-flops to the beach, or only wearing rugby shorts while actively participating in the game of rugby.Click to Continue!
She knows how to look good in a photograph. Photo: Haw-lin Let’s be honest: we are living in the age of vanity. The Vanity Age, if you will. Never before has it been so important to put your best face forward. We’re all ashamed to admit it, but the facts speak for themselves: everybody reading this is on Facebook. We’ve all curated a utopian online world for ourselves filled with fun and exciting life facts, profound quotes and good looking photographs. But what happens when the perfect world gets spoiled? What happens when we’re tagged in an unflattering photograph? Or,Click to Continue!