Community Recap

Community Recap: What you missed and what’s upcoming

For all the latest and greatest in fashion and community news, Embodied’s got you covered.  Read below to see what need-to-know information you might have missed this week!pp_lead

Lies, lies, lies, we tell you! All that talk about the Peter Pilotto for Target collection being sold out was, in fact, phony baloney! The collection didn’t actually get ransacked quite like Target collaborations in the past (i.e. Phillip Lim, Missoni, and Prabal Gurung), but rather there are still pieces left at reduced prices. Get your hands on them asap here!


Are you one of those people who spends their days endlessly perusing the Nasty Gal site? Well there’s some exciting news in store (literally) as CEO Sophia Amoruso is planning to open a brick-and-morter store in Los Angeles later this year. Read more about the expansion here.


It was an Art lover’s haven in New York City and the surrounding boroughs this weekend as The Armory Show, Whitney Biennial and various smaller exhibitions in Queens at Moma PS1, Nolita at The Old School House, to name a few, swarmed the scene. Noteworthy, to many, is the intertwining of the commercial and non-commercial, which you can learn more about here.


In latest of NYU-related news, the University Space Priorities Working Group has just released its final report with plans for expansion and construction on the Cole’s Sports Centre. It seems plans will include four black box theaters, a larger theatre dedicated to Tisch, an improved athletic facility, 80 classrooms, dormitories available to hold 500 freshman, and new housing for 100 faculty members and their families. See more here.


And finally, box offices, much to their delight, welcomed Wes Anderson’s latest masterpiece The Grand Budapest Hotel this weekend. The film is receving rave reviews, even from those who were skeptical that it was just more of the same from Wes. Although, it seems he has worked his architectural and aesthetic magic right down to a tee this time, making the film a spectacle not to be missed. For the New York Times review, redirect yourself here.


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