Aahhhh yes, it’s finally the month of April Coachella!! Time brush up on your 2006 Beyoncé jams and get ready to sport those, “it’s v cute but WHAT would I wear this to” wardrobe pieces.
Behold, Cos Bar, every beauty lover’s newest obsession.
Imagine if you took all your most coveted cosmetic brands and placed them within mirrored walls, filled it with the most talented make-up artists and skincare gurus and WHALAAA there you have it… COS BAR!
Well here we are, roughly two weeks left in the semester, aka the time when reality begins to set in, and an overwhelming panic about finals takes over. Whether you’re the type of student who has kept up on all the assignments throughout the semester or you’re the queen of procrastination, everyone needs a quiet place to focus. Before you mentally prepare yourself to live the remainder of the semester in Fondy, I am here to offer you some alternative study spaces around Dallas for a much needed change of scenery.
Has anyone else noticed Dallas’ lack of Italian cuisine? It’s completely unacceptable. While yes, our city does have Lucia and Canne Rosso, there’s hardly anything in between month-long waitlists and uber casual vibes. Let’s face it – Lucia is to die for but has a smaller, more upscale menu and we only go to Canne Rosso for those mouth-watering pizzas. In my opinion, most all other restaurants kind of missed the mark. Maybe I’m picky. Anyways, it’s safe to say these are great options, but they still don’t suffice. So, where can our Italian cravings be satisfied? Sassetta, of course.
While amid grueling presentations and exhausting exams, I’ve caught myself reminiscing on my summer travels. With no school and a very-lax intern schedule, I visited one of my favorite cities in the world: London. Here, I ate, drank, and shopped my heart out for five days, while taking in all the city had to offer. With Thanksgiving and Christmas break coming up, I thought I’d share all of London’s best kept secrets!
Dallas has been graced with one of Yayoi Kusama’s signature Infinity Mirror rooms. At the Dallas Museum of Art, the installation is the first mirror pumpkin room created by Kusama since 1991, and the only Infinity Mirror Room of its kind in the North American collection. The room focuses the reflective chamber on a series of acrylic yellow gourds covered in black polka dots, one of Kusama’s frequently used symbols.