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Lucky Brand Clover #08
A style guide for culture lovers
March 2014
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The Love Issue
The Indie Issue

Get your fashion fix for a March
full of inspired individualism.

Unzipped
Unzipped

Your go-to guide to the new
embellished trend.

The Gandy List
The Gandy List

Find out what drives model and
man-about-town David Gandy.

instant update
Instant Update

Do one denim jacket three
weather-wise new ways.

Local Loves
Local loves

Scope out the secret side of
bohemian Silver Lake.

Style Files
Style files

Steal your sartorial cues from a
few of our favorite indie icons.

Riveting Right Now
Riveting right now

Check out our of-the-moment art,
music and pop culture picks

Ritual Habitual
Ritual habitual

Hang out at Los Angeles' new Ace Hotel with Fitz and the Tantrums

Lucky Vibez
Lucky Vibez

Tap into your unique aura
with a trio of quizzes

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FESTIVAL FIX

SXSW in Austin Texas
March 7 - 16

From a colloquium on consumer robots to a Lena Dunham keynote, and a focus on eco-documentaries to a free Jimi Hendrix tribute, Austin’s certain to be the critical convening point for all manner of creative minds this month. At the top of our list? Musical performances by Kurt Vile, Girls’ frontman Christopher Owens, and one of our favorite bands of late, Warpaint.

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MUSIC OF THE MOMENT

Vanishing Point, Mudhoney

Technically, this album releases April 4, but these sorts of cult-adored projects have a way of leaking early. Since the ‘90s, Mudhoney has maintained an anti-mainstream stance and serves as an unflinching stronghold for grunge’s ongoing indie importance. The band’s first album in five years, it promises sardonic antics from lead singer Mark Arm and a steady stream of hard, heavy, dirty guitar sounds.

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ART SHOW TO KNOW

The Whitney Biennial 2014
March 7-May 25 at the Whitney Museum, New York

More than 100 artists will be on display this year at the Whitney Biennial, the last of its kind to appear in the museum’s famed Marcel Breuer building. That’s twice the number of artists selected in 2012, and this time around three curators (Anthony Elms, Michelle Grabner, and Stuart Comer) have been chosen to guide the exhibition, each given a floor within which to show. Performance art and multidisciplinary works are rumored to gain a greater hold on real estate than in years past, but what we’re most excited about are two West Coast artists: painter Laura Owens and conceptual artist Lisa Anne Auerbach.

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