According to the Trap Music Museum and Escape Room located in Northwest Atlanta, the word “Trap,” is defined as structures, zones, or capacities where narcotic suppliers prepare, operate, and distribute their product; a place where one hustles and grinds for financial gain to change one’s circumstances.
The dictionary defines individuality as the quality or character of a particular person or thing that distinguishes them from others of the same kind. When thinking of fashion, individuality is the first word that comes to mind for me. Making an article of clothing work for you is key.
"The eyes are the mirror of the soul.”
- Paulo Coelho
An artist’s signature is on every work of theirs. It could be a physical inscription or something more noticeable like their use of colors. Contemporary artist Pedro Albuquerque uses the eyes of his subjects to draw emotion and vibrant colors to liven up the portraits that may have a dim feeling over it.
Close your eyes. Imagine that the weather is perfect and you’re in your favorite place with not a care in the world, a moment of pure bliss. That’s what I feel when listening to Eric Bellinger’s acoustic tracks. His vocal range is admirable. When his voice is paired with an acoustic guitar, the two become one and are in perfect harmony.
Shoes are a major part of an outfit. A pair of shoes can determine if an outfit makes the cut for an event. If there are a particular pair shoes that just have to be worn, but don’t mesh well with the attire, change the outfit not the shoes. Shoes are supreme. Successful shoe designer Stuart Weitzman designs attention-grabbing shoes.
Art helps describe what can’t be explained with words, feelings that can’t be easily described vocally are perfectly illustrated on a canvas for others to view. Painter Loribelle Spirovski used her passion for art to distract her from the challenges she faced in life after migrating to Australia from the Philippines at the age of 8.