Harper's Bazaar (USA)
WHY DON’T YOU...?
The Month in CULTURE and STYLE
1 LEARN SOME NEW MOVES
Swinguerra, a video installation by Bárbara Wagner and Benjamin de Burca, opening March 31 at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, features trans and nonbinary performers from Recife, Brazil, demonstrating the dance styles of swingueira, brega funk, and passinho da maloca.
2 DIVE BACK INTO
BRIDGERTON The Regency-era Netflix drama returns for a second season on March 25, focusing on Daphne’s brother Anthony (Jonathan Bailey) and his new love interest, Kate (Sex Education’s Simone Ashley).
3 MASTER SPRING LAYERING
Pair a slitted maxi dress with pants in a coordinating print or, for a more casual look, straight-leg jeans and sandals, as seen at Louis Vuitton, Etro, and Paco Rabanne.
4 ENGAGE IN A DIALOGUE
In Help, Claudia Rankine’s new play opening at the Shed’s Griffin Theater in New York on March 15, the author and poet examines privilege, gender, and race by recasting some of her most illuminating real-life conversations with white men as scripted scenes.
WITH A CULINARY STAR
On YesChef, a subscription video service that hosts classes taught by some of
today’s top cuisiniers, you can learn how to barbecue the Patagonian way from renowned Argentine restaurateur Francis Mallmann and master a range of Italianinspired dishes from Nancy Silverton (left), co-owner of Michelin-starred Los Angeles
institution Mozza. yeschef.me.
6 CONQUER PROCRASTINATION
Snooze, the latest podcast from award-winning producer Megan Tan (California Love, Millennial), helps guests devise a plan to tackle things they’ve been putting off and adopt new habits to lead a more proactive life.
7 ROUND OUT YOUR SKIN-CARE ROUTINE
FaceGym’s Weighted Ball relaxes your facial muscles, aids with lymphatic drainage, and
helps clear skin by boosting microcirculation (no facial oils required). usa.facegym.com.