April Inspiration Roundup
April's on it's way out and here's what caught my eye this month:
For all the creatives out there, this article is something that I'm sure will resonate with you. Solange opens up about the importance of living a full creative life, and finding ways to express all her talents and interests rather than be defined by titles.
I loved The Handmaid's Tale when I first read it, and highschool me loved Margaret Atwood for writing it. Adult me still loves Margaret Atwood for writing it, but I'm almost afraid to read it again in the current political climate that surrounds us. If anything that probably makes it all the more vital. I am excited about the upcoming Hulu special, and I loved this article talking with Atwood and Elisabeth Moss about the experience writing the book and making the show, as well as their views on why artists have a responsibility to create challenging work in these challenging times.
Fashion is all around us, its influence is felt far and wide, but it's also a business (something people tend to forget). Julie Zerbo of The Fashion Law seeks to decipher and expose the (il)legalities in ways that regular people can understand so that they know where their money is going.