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Insta-Peep-O-Gram: Most Peculiar 

New York-based filmmaker Jenna Elizabeth’s work has been published everywhere from Vogue Italia to Bullett. Her Instagram feed serves as a look into the mind of a creative person with a quirky sense of humor. It’s an unexpected and eclectic mix, full of film references, works of art, and the occasional shot from the runway sidelines.

(Photos courtesy of @jennaelizabethk via Instagram. Text by Jenny Bahn)


6 Days to Christmas: Crystal Moselle

We asked filmmaker Crystal Moselle, director of fashion films for a range of brands such as Kate Spade and Ralph Lauren, what item she needs delivered in one hour the most. “I would love to receive a warm puffy jacket because I forgot mine and it’s cold!” she says without skipping a beat.

After perusing the eBay Now app, which delivers to your doorstep in one hour (New York and San Francisco only), we spotted a Recon Quilt Jacket from the Quiksilver store and a North Face Women’s B Triclimate Jacket from Eastern Mountain Sports. If ordered on the eBay Now app, Crystal can stop being cold in exactly one hour! Remember, eBay takes $20 off all first orders! 

(Photo: Courtesy of Crystal Moselle. Text by Jauretsi)


Art with a Purpose

By Jauretsi

On the heels of upcoming Art Basel Miami Beach 2012 — which we’ll be covering here on The Inside Source next week — we’re already mouth-watering for all the art we’re about to behold. But first, here’s a thought-provoking piece of art that is equally pleasing to the eye. The Mine Kafon is a short documentary portrait, directed by Callum Cooper, about a designer who has created a low-cost solution to landmine clearance. Read more on this impressive young artist at