Darling Magazine – Issue 19: The Magic of Youth
Darling is…the art of being a woman.
Darling Magazine holds the modern mold of woman up to the fire to evoke a discussion on femininity and re-shape an authentic design. Darling is a catalyst for positive change; leading women to discover beauty apart from vanity, influence apart from manipulation, style apart from materialism, sweetness apart from passivity, and womanhood without degradation.
This issue's theme is: The Beauty of Diversity– exploring how we can learn to see a wider landscape, seek out new opinions and cherish those different than us, always allowing our hearts to be challenged while remaining unthreatened.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
The Adorable Duo: An interview with musical husband and wife duo JOHNNYSWIM.
Rupi Kaur: Poems and illustrations by the poet, speaker and social media activist.
Silence, Stillness, Rest: How what we choose to meditate on affects our well-being.
Suzan Johnson Cook: Business, religion, politics: Ambassador Cook’s impressive history walks with her.
The Drowsy Lunch: An essay asking, “Does alcohol ‘initiate’ us to new levels in our careers?”
All the Hills and Valleys: CEO & Editor-in-Chief Sarah Dubbeldam shares how she found career from chaos.
Niki Nakayama: An interview with chef Niki Nakayama on the artistry of her “Honorable Feast.”
The Ten: Minka Kelly guest edits our quarterly conversations and challenges.
A Sweet Relief: The Summit Institute and friends are leveraging the culinary industry for societal change.
The Enemy Within: Amidst deep political divides, how do we not only listen but befriend?
Extro Nerds: So…who’s smarter? Introverts or extroverts?
#RighttoBearArts: Meet The Creative Coalition, a nonprofit headed by Robin Bronk and Tim Daly fighting to keep the arts in public education.
Kicks, Kicks, Kicks: Styling shoes for summer with Darling’s Fashion Editor Natalie Hemmati.
The Breeze that Swept Through: Modern fresh ways to recreate your space with Darling’s Interiors Editor Rachel Meadows.
All the Swag with Nowhere to Go: Social media is near synonymous with “swag” lately. Natalie Morales tells us all about the “free” stuff.
Unfollow: It seems to say so much without saying anything. Maria Goff weighs in.
My Guard is Up and It’s a Good Thing: How boundaries can bring us freedom.
Leighton Meester: Motherhood, feminism and no gossip in our interview with Leighton.
For the Love of All our Faces: Admire someone else’s beauty without questioning your own.
Let Me Tell You a Story: Can we overcome eating disorders? Troian Bellisario says a resounding YES.
That’s a Wrap: A fashion story on head wraps’ style and symbolism throughout history.
charity: water: A look into how the nonprofit believes the water crisis is solvable and how they’re getting there.
All the Beauty at Our Global Table: A personal story of cooking as a meditation and connection at the family table.
One-Way Ticket to Morocco, Please: Need we say more? Our quarterly wanderlust feature.