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- Talking Top Tens: Dineh MohajerDineh Mohajer created Hard Candy in 1995, while completing her fourth year as a Biochemistry student attending USC. The brand was instantly recognized and embraced by Neiman Marcus, Harvey Nichols, Sephora and countless other prestigious global retailers. In 1999, Hard Candy was sold to LVMH, the French luxury powerhouse. By early 2002, her next line was born, Goldie, a brand that was regarded as subtle sophistication with punk rock sensibility. The brand was immediately snatched up by Limited Brands for exclusive distribution in their Bath & Body Works and C.O. Bigelow stores. Several years and creative collaborations later, Dineh is bringing about the next evolution of beauty with Smith & Cult, her new ‘5-free’ nail polish line that has developed an instant cult following. Follow Smith & Cult on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram.
- Talking Top Tens: Reagan CorbettReagan Corbett received her BA in Studio Art from the University of Texas at Austin, College of Fine Arts. She also studied at the University of Paris Sorbonne. Currently, Reagan resides in Houston where her career as an emerging artist has taken flight. In a society where it is increasingly difficult to accept anything at face value, Reagan uses large canvasses to magnify a small area of the human figure. This is her way of bringing brutal honesty to the edited, filtered, “selfie” culture we have all become accustomed to. Reagan’s work, while simple at first glance, offers open-ended questions for the viewer to contemplate. Art exhibitions include Anarte Gallery, San Antonio, TX; and The Visual Arts Center, Austin TX; and Page Home Design, Austin TX. Reagan’s paintings have been acquired by collectors in the US and abroad. For more on Reagan, follow her on Instagram and Tumblr and check out her website here!
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