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My Iamb Can Beat Up Your Trochee

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My Iamb Can Beat Up Your Trochee

Because We've All Got a Poetic Side

The cry of the cicada By Matsuo Bashō yagate shinu                                                  the cry of the cicada  keshiki wa miezu                                       […]

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SUBMIT YOUR SELFIE GET AN ISSUE FOR YOUR SHELFIE

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SUBMIT YOUR SELFIE GET AN ISSUE FOR YOUR SHELFIE

Win A Copy Of The Selfie Issue

Hashtag your selfies with #TheSelfieIssue and tag Flaunt magazine on Twitter, Tumblr, and Instagram this week. Then, check back on Monday, August 4th: We’ll shout-out our 10 favorite submissions here on Flaunt.com—the top three will be sent a copy of The Selfie Issue.

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Mary Bond

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Mary Bond

Once Removed

My friend, artist Mary Bond, is an incredibly fascinating person. They (Mary generally uses gender-neutral pronouns) like to take selfies—a lot of selfies. Our friendship started on Facebook, and through “liking” and commenting on the ones that they have uploaded, I feel as if I’ve gotten to know them, despite the fact that I haven’t yet met Mary in person. […]

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HERMÈS PETIT H

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HERMÈS PETIT H

Home Is Where The Taurillon Clemence Calfskin Leather Reversible Tote Is

Behind the glass partitions of an incognito building on a side street off Avenue Jean Lolive in northeastern Paris, leather craftsmen cut pelts into the first components for all Hermès handbags—mounts of light brown, camel, and dark green uncut full-sized pelts are neatly stacked side-by-side on top of a long rolling cart posited just a few steps from the reception […]

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I Saw the Number 15 In Gold

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I Saw the Number 15 In Gold

On a Dead Man's Chest

1. Hank is in China all this year. I don’t think I am permitted to say more than that. Recently he emailed to wish me a happy Chinese New Year, reminding me that our friend Jon Cook, who died in 2013, had once written a song called “I Turned Sixteen In The Year Of The Dragon.” Cook turned 15 in […]

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No More ‘I Love Ewes’

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No More ‘I Love Ewes’

Hello Sweetheart - It’s Me, Your Friday Revelation

Dennis Hopper’s true romance was his camera. During the 1960’s, long before Frank (photo) Booth was sucking all the oxygen out of the room, he was shooting hippies and Hell’s Angels, Hollywood royalty and street life lackeys, along with the high dignitaries of the art, music, and fashion worlds. The Royal Academy of the Arts is now featuring The Lost […]

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You Have To Love Your Selfie

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You Have To Love Your Selfie

Winners of our bi-weekly #TheSelfieIssue Contest

We laugh, we cried, we liked, we commented, we picked ten of our favorite selfies submitted using #TheSelfieIssue hashtag. See below for our top three submissions. Jessicatremp,  theangelalewis, and  jesterbangs will be sent copies of The Selfie Issue thanks to their originality, hilarity, and Ken Kesey references: From: jessicatremp ”It’s a day for hiding from the world” From: theangelalewis ”THIS IS A SELFIIIEEEEEEE @ricomoran  @EEJUNGMI #selfie” From: jesterbangs ”Myself as […]

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SOMEWHERE  BEAUTIFUL

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SOMEWHERE BEAUTIFUL

Self-Reflexivity, 16/35mm, and Getting Dumped in a Gorgeous Place

“The film is a selfie because in the middle of telling a story, it turns the camera and says, ‘Look at this story that’s happening as I’m trying to tell you a story,’” says Armenian-American director, Albert Kodagolian, speaking from Cannes where he’ll later shoot Leica-selfies on the coast with cast member Dominique Pinon (Amelie, Delicatessen) of his debut feature, […]

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