Author Archives: hipcoulture
While the art of intricately folding paper into geometric figures and animals dates back to the 17th century, it wasn’t until a couple of years ago, that a Parisian duo decided to combine metals such as silver and gold for … Continue reading
What does it mean to be a handsome man? In Italy, some of the most chauvinistic men don’t like body hair, and take extreme care of their grooming and looks. In other places it is the opposite. Men display their … Continue reading
Lana del Rey.
As I watched her new music video, my emotions came to a pause. I felt nothing for Carmen, the subject of her song, but I started to fall for Lana. She somehow made me feel indifferent, which in turn made me feel sad.
The video is subtly beautiful, like her. Like an old collection of photos found by chance, in the streets of New York City.
This guy. He helps me go through the week with a smile on my face.
Dating. I believe in the Old Latin, chauvinistic way of dating. It’s romantic, it’s simple, and it leaves no room for interpretation. Boy meets girl, they lock eyes, he approaches her with a smart witty comment, perhaps makes her laugh, … Continue reading
I don’t know what’s wrong with me, but lately I haven’t been in the mood to write at all. I am certain that the reason for this lies in my talking too much. Perhaps if I stopped having such good … Continue reading