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MiLK #26

Posted: Dezember 18th, 2009 | Author: dk | Filed under: Fashion | 13 Comments »

LOOK DE RUE Quelle est la tendance du jour ? Les enfants aussi ont du style. // PETIT BATEAU Le MilK a navigué sur les flots du Petit Navire de la mode pour les fêtes. Voici la liste des must-have à offrir pour Noël. // SPÉCIAL NOËL On vous aide à choisir un calendrier de l’avent, dénicher un beau jouet, trouver une tenue et votre bûche de Noël. // ENFANTS MODÈLES Fils et filles de célèbres peintres ou sculpteurs, ils ont posés dès leur plus jeune âge pour leurs parents. Quel souvenir, bon ou mauvais, leur reste-t-il de ce moment ? // FRITTATAS C’est l’hiver, nous avons froid. Remplissons-nous l’estomac avec ces frittatas de pomme de terre et lardons, puis dormons près de la cheminée brûlante…

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MilK, because we all feel something in common: nostalgic for our childhood. And here we are, new parents with a mission: to pass on a genuine education that also helps children to develop a taste for beautiful things. This transient moment, we want to live it together, like a hedonistic transition where each moment is an occasion to be an aesthete. Milk takes us on a modern journey through the world of childhood.

Both the photographs and illustrations reveal our desire to discover together the still unexplored world of children’s fashion. From family way of life to the latest children leisure activities, all the new spheres will be explored.“Kidding” is born… surfing on today’s wave… and it’s Milk’s raison d’être

- Isis-Colombe Combréas, Directrice de la publication

www.milkmagazine.fr


n+1 #8 / Recessional

Posted: Dezember 7th, 2009 | Author: dk | Filed under: Culture, Literature, Politics | 11 Comments »

THE INTELLECTUAL SITUATION On Your Marx / Gentrify, Gentrify / Growth Outgrown // POLITICS On Repressive Sentimentalism - Mark Greif / Conversations with HFM - December 2008–July 2009 // ESSAYS AND FICTION Don’t Say No - Eli S. Evans / So Little to Remember - Philip Connors / Cinema é Luxo - Emily Witt / The Rise of the Neuronovel - Marco Roth / Among Friends - Juan Villoro / A Broken Window - Imraan Coovadia // REVIEWS New Left Review, 1962–Present - Nikil Saval / R WE GOING TO DAI ALONE? - Katherine Sharpe / Forget Bourdieu - Nicholas Dames.

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“Just when you’re thinking you’re intellectually alone in the world, something like n+1 falls into your hands.” — Jonathan Franzen, the New York Observer

“Pointed, closely argued and often brilliantly original critiques of contemporary life and letters. . . . A generational struggle against laziness and cynicism. — A.O. Scott, the New York Times Magazine

“They intend nothing less in their periodical than to reimagine and reestablish the world.” —FrankfurterAllgemeine Zeitung

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