A little message from your friendly editor in chief on touch down in the big apple. Read about the salty goodness that’s in store for y’all over the next month.
We head over to the shiny new addition to Bangkok’s burgeoning art scene, ’BANGKOK CITYCITY GALLERY’, where we ask co-founder Op Sudasna about the space’s magic juju, programming, and his gallery uniform that we like to call gallery-moflage.
Presenting Bitterman and The Gentle Ladies, an exhibition starting at the end of this month featuring a bunch of super rad chicks who make art for the love of the Universe. We have the pleasure of exhibiting works about how dumbfounded we are about the beauty of nature, beauty, and decay. We invite you to join us in Bangkok for the shindig that goes ’til the end of the year.
The latest addition to the Ponytail Mixtape family is ’DRIFTWOOD’, a collection of sounds that smell like the sea and taste a little salty on the tip of the palette. Ride the sea and its waves of energy. Bounce against other molecules, and float amongst space for a moment with us and do so however you choose.
Hong Kong, a powerful sensory punch in the face, is somewhere yo need to visit before you die. Besides the Michelin starred dim sum joints that will have you queuing round the block for a table, and the incredible hikes you can take in the mountainous landscape, it has so much to offer the Ponytail traveller. One of our favourite things to do in any city would be thrifting for old things, a treasure hunt if you want to call it that, and Ponytail correspondant Anne Berry shows us how it’s done in the balmy harbour city...
Belinda Baggs has been my surfing heroine since the early days when I was starting out. She explores the world’s unnoticed pockets with her husband Adam and super cute son Rayson, while ever in love with nature, hungry to continue learning about our weird and wonderful Universe. So this month for the WATER issue of Suitcase magazine, I asked Bindy about life, water, smells, and travel.
On the road, it can be easy to make excuses to sleep in just that little longer, but sometimes an early run or sunset power walk can be an incredible way to experience a new city. So, during Paris mens fashion week we asked our favourite designers, models, and power ladies to show us how they feel the burn on the road.
Today we kick off the start of New York Men’s fashion week, and in celebration of all the hashtag menswear feasting to be had, we give you a w’menswear rundown over at W Magazine.
We bring you a bunch of our postcards from Paris, all about style that inspires and motivates us... Man style, the French way. Think, vests with a lot of utility pockets, bucket hats, linen shirts, chinos, loafers and boat shoes, the odd beer belly or two, cardigans, the panama hat, and of course the puff of spiced smoke that drifts out of a man’s pipe.
Ponytail correspondant Anne Berry went to Hanoi to hunt for all that goodness we so love. This is all you need to know about eating, drinking, shopping, playing, and seeing in the wild world of sensory explosions.
The reason why I cook is to see other people happy. If I have to cook for myself, I don’t really enjoy the process… That’s why...