The model-turned-knitwear designer talks about the thrill of slowing down and unlearning the “work, consume, repeat” mantra that’s drilled into us from an early age.
Check in with food writer and photographer Samantha Hillman, who has spent her quarantine in NYC making magic in the kitchen.
“When I was younger, my interest in sexuality felt isolating. Now, I am so proud to lead our Dame community and make space to have these conversations more openly.”...
We speak with the talented musician about the difference between toxic attachments and deep loving connections, and the unparalleled enjoyment that comes from truly knowing your own mind and body.
“I’ve always been a sexually curious person, but when I was younger, I couldn’t find answers to my questions... I wanted to be a part of the sexual revolution that...
We spoke with the Melbourne musician about the difference between being alone and being lonely, the importance of both self-compassion and accountability in a breakup, and why we should all prioritise...
“To me, sensuality means being present and comfortable within myself.” Get to know Brisbane musician Clea and catch her Instagram Live acoustic set at @parfemme.
The Amsterdam-based sweetheart has discovered the life-affirming magic of sending postcards to friends and elderly people during isolation.
We find out how the Sydney-based stylist is staying happy, healthy and informed during her self-isolation. (It involves plenty of cooking and living room pilates.)
"In life, I'm most curious about seeing myself and my loved ones never stop evolving."
"Happiness should be used as a compass in life: you might not always be on the direct path, but it’s a good indicator that you're not far off."
"If you are confident in yourself and proud of who you are, then you are respecting yourself by being the person you wish to show the world."
"Be compassionate always. If you live by this you'll be able to do what’s right for the planet and for people first and foremost."
"Communication is the absolute foundation of maintaining a happy and healthy sex life, especially when in relationships."
"Staying “relevant” is not something I try to think about...I feel like it is a slippery slope to start trying to reflect people’s own consciousness back at them."
"What I love the most about science is how it shows the biological mechanisms through which our ‘gut feelings’ and mental state affect the rest of our bodies. I feel...
"I admire women with the courage to stand up for themselves and speak their minds, and make things happen, and create freely. I also appreciate loyalty and sisterhood."
"If you feel safe, enjoy your body and take up space with your sexuality. Find people and communities and spaces that support and celebrate this. You don’t have...
"When I opened my mind up to the craft of floristry, it was like entering a parallel world of wonder."
"No one is perfect, and I think embracing that makes for something really magic."
"I don’t take myself too seriously, but I’m also partial to someone with great style. That really turns me on."
Your new favourite writer on anonymity, backseat sex, and the link between putting the pedal to the metal and having an orgasm.
"My body feeling juicy and open after dancing, self-pleasure, and good sex. Hot skin being consumed by cold ocean water. Dressing up for a lover."
“Pleasure for me is completely forgetting about my surroundings and just focusing on the moment.”
"I’ve always had a hand fetish. Long, thick, veiny, strong hands are incredibly sexy to me."
The model and embroidery maven talks pheromones, lingerie, and having her neck kissed.
"Normal for me is alternating between lovemaking, quick sex, very rough sex, dirty sex, and, of course, sex with myself."
"I like the straight-up sexy stuff—old Playboy magazines, how someone moves their mouth, how willing they are to play the game."
"The idea that sex workers must be an 'easy lay' is hilariously wrong. Why have average sex with a stranger when I could be paid for that?"
"We are incredible if we allow ourselves to be the flowers that we are—soft yet strong, feminine yet masculine."
We caught up with the the California-based designer to talk sexiness, how self-love should precede all other forms, and, yes, underwear.
As with a wordless glance, a lot can be said with the scant strokes of line drawings. Sydney artist Alice Cherry lent us hers to create the PF X Alice Cherry...
On intersecting identities, the sometimes mishandled faculty of self-care, and how her body serves her beyond dance.
We drew the psychology student and publicist in nice and near for la première instalment of In Touch.