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April 09, 2015


ZG 101: Clear VS Bumper

For each design, we offer two basic styles of rim:  

ZERO GRAVITY Clear Cases are made of a clear hard plastic, which are more sleek and fashionable.

ZERO GRAVITY Bumper Cases are made from a flexible black rubber and are more durable and protective. Both styles securely snap onto your phone, covering the back and sides, but do not cover the screen.


April 09, 2015


Coachella Before and After Parties!

WEEKEND 1 is here and we got a list of parties that will keep your feet dancing in the desert! Take note and RSVP ASAP! Get on it and see you on the polo field. 

Desert Gold

The Ace Hotel in Palm Springs continues a Coachella-time tradition with multiple parties that kick-off with special DJ sets by Flying Lotus and Benji B during ¡Reunion! hosted by DJ Day. 

Where: Ace Hotel & Swim Club, 701 E. Palm Canyon Drive, Palm Springs.

When: 5-10 p.m. April 9-20.

Admission: Free public party, but an RSVP is required.


Refinery29 and A-OK Collective presents Paradiso

A two-day ’90s theme pool party featuring a Garnier Hair Hotspot for festival goers to get new stylish looks before hitting Coachella. Music will be provided by these desert babes: Alexa Chung, Ana Calderon, Lolawolf featuring Zoe Kravitz and more.

Where: Saguaro, 1800 E. Palm Canyon Drive, Palm Springs.

When: Noon-6 p.m. April 11 and April 12.

 Admission: Free but RSVP required.


Neon Carnival

Paper magazine and PacSun presents the sixth annual Neon Carnival, the infamous Coachella after party hosted in an airport hangar. This year’s carnival boasts performers DJ Politik, DJ Ruckus, Jesse Marco and DJ Kayper. There will also be amusement park rides, games and more. If you get invited, consider yourself LUCKY!

Where: Jacqueline Cochran Regional Airport, Thermal.

When: 10 p.m.-8 a.m. April 11.

Admission: Invite only.

The Do-Over Desert Sundays

What: Pool parties featuring DJ sets during the second weekend of Coachella — because, you know, everybody deserves a do over.

Where: Ace Hotel & Swim Club, 701 E Palm Canyon Drive, Palm Springs.

When: Noon-6 p.m. April 12 and April 19.

Admission: Free public party, but an RSVP is required.



P.S Don't forget your sunscreen!

April 01, 2015


April Horoscope

A new month can only mean one thing....a NEW HOROSCOPE! We're totally feeling the vibes of spring and along with Aries we're feeling lucky and excited for what's to come with the sun beaming on us. So sit back and let the good times roll with these horoscopes from Refinery 29.


Celebrate, good times, come on! Birthday season is in full swing for you this April, as the sun blazes a trail through your sign until the 20th. Fete your new year by gifting yourself an experience — a summer apartment swap with your Parisian amie, an Italian cooking class (in Tuscany), or last-minute tickets to Coachella. With lucky Jupiter rousing from a retrograde on the eighth, your need to be free will be ultra-strong, especially when it comes to love. Passion is your raison d’être, but settling down could be a bit of a bummer. Just don’t push a good one away, Ram. Your love life hits an important milestone — or a turning point — during the lunar eclipse on the fourth. Have The Talk about long-term desires and needs to make sure they match up. This eclipse is in cooperative, diplomatic Libra, helping you negotiate win-wins.

Single? Someone unexpected could step out of the shadows and profess deeper feelings. On the 18th, the new moon in Aries sets you on a six-month solo adventure. This could be the brightest day of 2015 for getting a personal project into flight. With your ruler Mars in hardworking, practical Taurus all month, you’ll be motivated to put in the elbow grease to make these dreams come true.


Taurus FTW! Passionate, driven Mars will be in your sign for all of April, awakening your competitive spirit big-time. You’re unstoppable, but don’t get impatient with the process. On the fourth, a lunar eclipse in your sixth house of work could reveal some flaws in your formula. Frustrating? Yes, but, consider it a blessing as fixing them will just make your final outcome that much stronger. Your efforts will yield a bumper crop once the sun joins Mars in Taurus on the 20th. Before that, el sol is burning through Aries and your 12th house of soulful passages. Tie up loose ends and clear your space of toxic people. Work The Law of Attraction: Keep a clear picture of what you DO want to manifest instead of fixating on your worries. Host a vision-board party on the 18th, when the new moon in Aries summons your spirit guides and gives your dreams a bonus boost from the heavens.

Stock up on Veuve and buttercream-frosted cupcakes on the 20th. That day, the sun zips into Taurus, igniting your month-long celebration. In this year of life, you might even buy property or start getting a very adult investment plan in place. Enterprising Bulls could set up a Kickstarter or radar in on an angel funder to put dollars behind their dreams.


Festival season is underway, and in April, no one will embrace that more eagerly than you, Gemini. Until the 20th, the Aries sun brightens your “the more, the merrier” 11th house. Losing yourself in a crowd, converting strangers into friends, and just going with the flow? Yes, yes, and yes. When you’re not rocking the backpack and ugly sandals, waiting for, say, (fellow Gemini) Azealia Banks to take the stage, keep the friendly vibes flowing. Collaborating with new people could take your career to new heights before the month is half-through.

And yes, there will be romance — and a shot at fame, too. On April 4, a total lunar eclipse in Libra ricochets through your passionate fifth house. You’re such a bright light, Gem, and the world is taking notice. Just own it! Debuting your creative talents with this eclipse’s energy will bring a win. Romantically, you could discover a secret crush or be bowled over by the intensity of your own feelings. Commitment-shy as you may be, you may have been keeping a love interest hidden for fear of scaring off other options. Try loving this person — yes, publically — with your whole heart. That’s the way to REALLY find out if the relationship is built to last. On the 20th, the sun decamps to your soulful 12th house for a month. Lose yourself in music, try out a meditation practice, and begin decluttering in preparation for your new year, which will begin on May 22 when the sun heads into Gemini.


Get your Empire on this April, Cancer. With the sun heating up your ambitious 10th house until the 20th, you are destined for a hit. Whip out that capture tool and make a list of your top 10 goals for the spring season. Then, whittle it down to just one (okay, maybe two) big dreams you want to pull off. Prioritizing is a must, but so is working with the right people. Radar in on the movers and shakers — even if you have to play celebrity apprentice or intern to get a good one in the door. Don’t shy away from the lead position, though. This solar-powered month is bringing out the Alpha in you, and the new moon in Aries on the 18th could bring your official coronation as the Queen Bee.

When Jupiter course-corrects from a four-month retrograde on the eighth, money starts flowing in again. And, you certainly won’t live up to your label as the zodiac’s homebody — with one exception. On the fourth, a lunar eclipse in Libra lights up your home and family zone. If it’s time to raise the stakes, you could be reserving a U-Haul faster than you'd expect. But, you might also be inspired to put down honest-to-god roots, even investing in your starter apartment. Teamwork makes the dream work after the 20th, when the sun cruises into your collabo-loving 11th house for a month. Choose your allies wisely.


Ready to restore your roar, oh royally fierce one? On April 8, lucky Jupiter rouses from a four-month nap and powers forward in Leo until August 11. Talk about coming out of hibernation like a boss! Those deferred dreams kick back into high gear. Pick up the reins on a stalled solo project or ambitious career quest. If your work is ready for the production and development phase, shop it around to people who can help you bring it to life.

Your independent spirit is also on fire! But, don’t push a good one away just because you need a little more space. The sun and Mars team up in your career house starting on the 20th, bringing you even more focus and determination. Building a business or blazing a trail to the corner office will be your end-of-month obsession. However, all work and no play will never do for your fun-loving sign. Book travel before the 20th, while your jet-setting ninth house is lit up. From festivals to yoga retreats to epic beach vacations, a change of scenery would do you good!


Is it gonna be forever? You’re playing for keeps this April, and weaker connections could go down in flames. Don’t rush to put out those fires. Your willingness to walk away may be the wakeup call a certain unappreciative person needs. Already sharing your bed with a keeper? April’s stars push for a more exclusive arrangement. If you’re not ready to get engaged, you might get your own drawer or co-sign a lease on a sweet little love shack. With the right level of security, April will be undeniably sexy. Take a cue from sign-mate Beyoncé, whose scorching visual album was dedicated to hubby Jay Z. Close the partition and, uh, share your appreciation. Single Virgos could meet that sizzling soulmate near the new moon on the 18th.

Your money mojo gets a boost from the lunar eclipse on April 4. Be bold and ask for that raise or promotion if you know that you’ve earned it. Or, raise your rates! If you’ve been wondering what you’re supposed to do with your life, the eclipse could illuminate an intriguing new path that’s worth exploring. Your mood has been semi-melancholy ever since Jupiter slipped into your 12th house last July 16. But, you’ve been learning to surrender control, live in the present (instead of obsessing over the future), and just go with the flow. Those laid-back vibes will be easier to embrace once Jupiter ends its retrograde on the 8th. You could get serious about a yoga or meditation practice, sign up for guitar lessons, or apply to surf camp for a summer adventure. Traveling will certainly be on the agenda after the 20th, when the sun heads into Taurus and your jet-setting ninth house. Passport, please!


Seismic shifts are ahead this April, Libra! On the fourth, a total lunar eclipse in your sign shifts the tectonic plates of your universe and helps you manifest your dreams. Your life could evolve at such a rapid pace this month that you could have a momentary identity crisis. But, clinging to the past is futile. This change has been in the works since last April 23, the date of the first of three lunar eclipses to land in your sign (the final one will be on March 23, 2016). Don’t fight the current. Follow the path of least resistance, even if it requires you to change a comfortable aspect of your life.

While you’ll shine as a solo star, you won’t be spending the month in solitude. With the sun and lusty Mars moving through your relationship zones, you'll be a people magnet. A relationship could become “officially official,” or you could put some ink on a promising business contract. Looking for the Jay to your Bey? The new moon on the 18th could deliver a promising prospect. After the 20th, explore ways to make your money work for you — like investing in property, developing a product that pays royalties, or learning how to play the market like a Wall Street wolf.


Do not fear the “blank space,” Scorpio. On April 4, a lunar eclipse in your 12th house of transitions helps you spring-clean the stale and outmoded situations from your life. With your love of an extreme makeover (or extreme anything, for that matter), you might just turn this into an excuse for a fresh start — or a reason to simplify. With the sun in your orderly sixth house until April 20, embrace the minimalism movement. Getting rid of excess allows the true gems to shine.

You’ll be motivated to get your fitness game back. Work your core with Pilates. With warrior Aries ruling the skies, try something a bit more aggressive like a boxing circuit workout. Jupiter U-turns in a proactive direction on the eighth, and your career kicks into high gear. Ready your resume! The new moon on the 18th could bring a job offer or a promotion. You may even travel for work. Cupid reenters the picture on the 20th, as the sun joins lusty Mars in your relationship sector. You’ll feel the spring fever all month, but your confidence soars during the final third. Make. Your. Move.



Hello, glamazon! April’s decadent star-map rolls out the red carpet in your honor. With the sun in Aries and your opulent, passionate fifth house, all the world is your stage. Put your talents on display, because you could draw some impressive eyes your way. Cupid is slinging arrows, too, and the new moon on the 18th could bring a scorching-hot prospect who wants to woo you. Coupled Archers could have a sexy reawakening with this new moon — which might even herald a proposal or pregnancy. Be a healthy hedonist, though.

Energizer Mars spends all of April in Taurus and your sixth house of healthy routines. Get serious about taking great care of your body. Load up on preventative medicine: massages, acupuncture, calming yoga, and nourishing food. Work will be busy and stressful with Mars here, which is more reason to burn it off with exercise and use food as slow-burning fuel. On the fourth, a lunar eclipse in Libra lights up your teamwork zone. A group project could come together like magic. Adding an online component to a business idea could spell money in the bank. This is the perfect month to start your own YouTube channel or blog — and learn how to monetize it.




Are you addicted to the struggle, Capricorn? Your love of hard work could be driving a wedge between you and your inner circle. But, with the sun in Aries and your ultra-personal fourth house until April 20, you’ll long for more heart-centered connections and playtime. Close your laptop, and get cozy with your peeps. Reconnect with relatives (especially the female ones) and plan at least one epic dinner party, as well as a girls' night IN. If you’re ready to up the stakes, the new moon on the 18th could reveal the perfect real estate listing. But, don’t worry — you won’t become a total homebody this month. Motivator Mars spends all of April in your enterprising ninth house, revving up some ideas for working more independently. You could spearhead an “intrapreneurial” mission within a company or develop your own private practice.

This Mars phase is excellent for travel. Take a long weekend with your sister or a road trip with the girls. On the fourth, a lunar eclipse in your career zone could bring an auspicious contract offer or a professional triumph that puts your name on the map. Jupiter brings some sexual healing and adventure your way when it wakes from sleep mode on the eighth. You’ll be craving more intimacy — both the physical and the emotional kind. Your spring fever will be sexy and soulful. Jupiter’s U-turn could bring a proposal or a more intense level of bonding for coupled Capricorns between now and August 11. You could also strike a business deal or find an investor to put dollars behind your dreams.



Get your car roadtrip-ready, Aquarius. Your nomadic nature is piqued by April’s stars. Stock your calendar with weekend getaways, festivals, one-day jaunts, and short commutes to explore new zip codes. A neighborhood you discover could even become your home base this year. Keep your interactions light and lively until the 20th. Laughter is excellent medicine for your gypsy soul, and you’ll love moving around with circles of people who just crack you up. You might even take an improv class, in the spirit of Broad City Aquarian Abbi Jacobson. After the 20th, the sun joins Mars in Taurus and your emo fourth house, putting you in a more sensitive space. Fill up on bonding time with family and close friends. You might even slip off for a girls' getaway on the beach in the last third of the month.

Your love life gets a refreshing boost on the eighth, when joyful Jupiter snaps out of retrograde mode. The planet of good fortune and adventure will cruise on course through your relationship house until August 11. Single Water Bearers could get swept into long-distance relationships or cross-cultural connections. You won’t enjoy feeling confined by love, but you won’t want a fellow free spirit to leave your side. Coupled? Bring that naked honesty back to your relationship. Some tough talks could pave the way for greater intimacy. Traveling, studying, or even starting a business together could take your union to its fulfilling next level.




You’re feeling downright grounded this April, Pisces — a definite departure from your head-in-the-clouds MO. Just go with it. With the sun hunkered down in your practical second house until the 20th, you need to get your fins back on earth. Jupiter lends a hand when it snaps out of retrograde mode on the fourth and inspires some super-savvy lifehacks. Set up systems that support your healthy-living quest. Taking excellent care of your body is a must this month. You may also have to tighten your belt in order to save up for an important purchase. Hey, if fewer crop tops, truffle-aioli fries, and small-batch bourbon rounds means affording that cute apartment in the city by fall, living on a budget won’t seem like such a sacrifice.

Focus on your earning power, too! Jupiter’s direct turn could bring rapid developments. You might even go freelance or work for a startup business with flexible hours that allow you to take on side gigs. Traveling professionally or working at a remote office (read: the local coffee shop) is another strong possibility. Don’t forget to network! Go-getter Mars zips through your social third house all month, making it oh-so-true that it’s all about who you know. Friends will have hookups for you, and vice versa. Share the love with people when you can, but don’t forget that if you recommend them their actions will reflect on you.

April 01, 2015

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Don't be the one with #BASIC eggs in your basket!

Elevate your Easter egg look this year and get crafty! Pinterest is flooding the feed with chic eggs that are beyond the one dip color look. Time to get creative and show that Easter bunny what you got! Check out these eggs who are def. "feeling themselves" as much as Beyonce. And for old times sake we paired them with Zero Gravity cases because who isn't going to be instagraming their eggs on Easter?

Lil Picasso iPhone Case

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Compact iPhone Case:
 5C | 5/5S | 6 | 6 Plus
Cat Clutch (GOLD) iPhone case:
5/5S | 6 | 6 Plus
Stoned iPhone case:
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Tomcat iPhone case:
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March 28, 2015



The sun is shining and it's time to block it out with style. Check out our must have spring shade picks: 
Adam Selman x Le Specs Playgirl, $119, available at Le Specs.

Afterglow Iridescent Shades

Valley Eyewear A Dead Coffin Club, $154.26, available at Valley Eyewear.

Rad + Redefined Dino Life Shades


March 26, 2015


Werk It!

Sometimes the thought of the gym is nauseating, just the thought of going into a warehouse full of equipment you don't really know how to use is intimidating. So we found 3 classes in Los Angeles with the help of Refinery 29 and Timeout that look fun and take the "ew" out of gym workout.

Pop Physique

This fitness boutique is all about small, personalized classes (those overcrowded ones are just no good). With  locations around L.A. (including Silver Lake, Venice, Studio City, and more), the classes combine ballet with Pilates as well as mood-boosting tunes. The results? Toned abs, improved posture and flexibility and a better booty pop (so we've heard!). Talk about a perk worth dragging yourself to the gym for.  

Stand-up Paddle-boarding (SUP) Yoga

Lady Gaga does it in her pool, but you can do it in Marina Del Rey! This is LA’s latest yoga innovation, where practitioners trade a yoga mat for a 10-foot board. YOGAqua founder Sarah Tiefenthaler, who started teaching SUP yoga two years ago (making her one of the first teachers in the country), leads the sessions in Marina Del Rey. Show up in a swimsuit, wetsuit or yoga gear that can get wet—yes, you might fall off the board!—and pick up a rental board, included in the class fee. After 15 minutes of paddling instruction, you’re ready to attempt a series of asanas on the water. Don’t worry about the wobble: The challenge of aligning yourself perfectly on a floating board only adds balance to your in-studio practice.


Want to join in the carnival of drummers, roller skaters, boarders and magicians on the Venice Boardwalk, but lack your own skill? Check out the hula-hoop classes run by Hoopnotica, the people who helped reignite the hula craze with their brightly-colored weighted hoops. You’ll start off by using the hoop to aid you in stretches, then continue in a low-impact aerobic workout that focuses on loosening your hips and toning your core, a workout that Hoopnotica claims can burn 400 to 600 calories an hour, depending on your weight and level of fitness. Who would of thought Hula-Hooping was a workout?


March 20, 2015


Spring Playlist

The first day of spring is upon us and it's out with the old and in with the new!
Spring clean not only our closets but our playlists. Check out this FRESH playlist with all NEW artists from SXSW, curated by Turntable Kitchen.
Open your minds and feel the vibes. Happy Friday!
March 19, 2015


Pin Flare..we dig it!

Lately, we've been all about that flare...the PIN flare that is! Customizing and adding a touch of sass has always been our favorite way of elevating our look to the fullest. (Hence, our ZG cases!) We've caught on to these tiny metal pins of awesomeness and have highlighted our top faves below:

BBF Lapel Pin from Valley Cruise Press:

For obvious reasons this is a must for you and your BFF. And because we use this emoji as much as we use the cat heart eyes. 

Psychic Pin by Explorers Press:

What girl isn't a psychic? Call onto your crystal ball with this little diddy that let's everyone know you are the future. 

Ice Cream Pin by YO SICK:

An ice cream cone with sunglasses?! Count us in! Sweet treats are everything when added with a sprinkle of sass. An obvious #must / #want!


No New Friends Pin by Pin Trill:

A Drake lyric is always needed. This pin pretty much sums up friendships and other ships that shall remain nameless.

Vibesss by Zero Gravity:

Vibes are everywhere and we've been feeling them A LOT so we made this pin that you can add to your daily wear or even your ZG pouch. Either way it's a great addition that comes with every purchase order!


Keep your PIN GAME strong! 

March 13, 2015


50 Shades of Nail Polish

Your nails should be ever evolving since they are usually always working, make sure they stand out! A trend we currently are crushing on is monochromatic nails. With spring just a jump away this is the perfect time to grab a handful of shades and go to town. 

This is a great time to put all of those neutral shades you have on hand to good use all at once! Essie has a good collection of shades that slowly digress. See below some examples:

Don't want to buy a bunch of shades? White nail polish can help! See below:

What nail trend are you currently crushing on?



March 12, 2015


March Madness: What's Your Sign?

Spring is almost here and the sun is ready to break through. So grab your sunscreen and get the scoop a la Nylon magazine
"Time Marches (until it Aprils!) on and we are all just cosmic dust in the wind." 
First off, Happy Birthday. It’s more your wont than any other sign to stop and reflect on the past year, as your birthday always puts the vacuum on the bag to suck the air out of the past to preserve your emotional leftovers for the future. And you can often see into that future, even if it’s a future that distorts and writhes. A recent viral moment seems rather Piscean: where we all saw the dress as white and gold, and then blue and black. For Pisces, the sea of luminous pixels can see both. Then, on March 20, the solar eclipse actually occurs in Pisces, which makes this a crucial moment and raises your visibility. Make decisions in your own self-interest, but also appreciate the extent that you make decisions in the name of community. In the immortal actions of Mookie—a character written and portrayed by Spike Lee, who happens to be born on the day of the eclipse, March 20—hurtle the trash can through the window of the pizza joint and Do The Right Thing.
“Take Me To Church” by Hozier (a Pisces) has been on the radio for a while now. The song is beautiful, and the message has been important for you. It has been a productive time, but also a meditative one where you are thinking about the big pictures to come. As the spell of this song lifts towards the end of the month, you will find yourself in an entirely post-organized, post-religious, atomized world. The greatest work of theater by an Aries might be the play Breath by Samuel Beckett. It’s a play with no actors. One critic wrote that it “takes only 35 seconds to perform” and is either “a sardonic comment on the brevity of life” or “a pretentious piece of nonsense.” The script of this play involves the stage lights swelling once, going up and down on a pile of un-monumental trash, with the audio of faint cries on either side of the light. You find this poetic, Pisces. On another note, think this means a good time for yoga? You are right, Aries. Stay flexible, and on March 8 (the date of the original London premier of Breath) make sure to inhale deeply, and hopefully smell the scent of some homemade chai tea. 
As a bull, Taurus is used to staring off deeply into the horizon, and this might come in handy on March 5 because the full moon will be farther away from the Earth than usual. It has been dubbed a “micro Moon,” and you will draw power from it. You can detect the mellow tides of the micro Moon throughout your muscles. This time of year you should be feeling some relief: A lot is being asked of you, but you are able to muscle through it thoughtfully. Taurus during March is more open to seeing and understanding the injustice of the world than at any other time of year. Stick to your beliefs, but allow them to be the container that fills with the water of current events; in fact, it might behoove you to do something stubborn to protect yourself on March 15 during these said micro-moments. It’s a good time for one last hardy meal before spring grazing: I’m thinking big, buttery ratatouille or even a thick beef goulash if you are eating meat. Drink red wine on a couple of nights, and, though I am not sure how much you like all the drunken masses, enjoy a green beer on St. Patrick’s day.
Remember that song that has a sample that goes “been downhearted babe, been, I been downhearted babe” by a band called Primitive Radio Gods? That song was actually called “Standing Outside a Broken Phone Booth With Money in My Hand,” and though we are thoroughly in a cell phone world, you might find yourself still with something personal to communicate, coins in hand, but faced with impenetrable surroundings. So go inside the phone booth, Gemini, and turn into Superwoman. Downheartedness aside, it’s really a swell time to be flexing your nascent insect wings in chrysalis. As you emerge from the booth, consider hugging someone—maybe a Leo buddy. Play the song “Drug Buddy” by The Lemonheads for a Leo this month and you won’t be sorry. I promise.
There is a particularly cold winter on the East Coast, right? I shouldn’t have to tell you to keep moisturized, wear bright clothes, and drink hot chocolate once in a while. Also: Be patient and read a book, even something light, even a glancing chapter. The full moon on the 5th will feel like the goddess giving you a call on your cell: It’s buzzing somewhere in your apartment and you can’t find it. Maybe you can hear the faint, muzzled ringtone. You will pat yourself down to check. There’s clarity in this dance. This month will feature a solar eclipse on March 20, and since your ruling planet is the moon, it means that you will be directly obscuring the floodlights. On March 14, Saturn (which rules your opposing sign, Capricorn) moves into retrograde and appears to stand still all the way through your birthday and into August. The reason I like this for you? The way of the Capricorn is “why work harder when you can work smarter?” and the fact that this energy appears the way it does in such a thoughtful time for you means that great inspiration might come amidst your hard work. I’m not just talking about the gym, although that too, but patience doesn’t always mean waiting around for an event. Inspiration is coming, so stay your course. 
In the words of the Shakespearean soothsayer, “Beware the Ides of March!” Or, in your case, beware St. Ides malt liquor. Leo rapper Chuck D sued the Pabst Brewing Company for using his voice while Leo indie rocker Elliot Smith wrote an ode to being drunk on the stuff in a song called “St. Ides Heaven.” In an interview about why he didn’t approve of Ice Cube and Snoop doing commercials for St. Ides, Chuck D said, “You can be hardcore and be positive.” No question that Chuck D is a good role model for Leos. He also appreciated the true wacky genius brand of Pisces in Flavor Flav. The strength and ability to appreciate the Pieces runs deep in a Leo—I’m even thinking of Leo Andy Warhol discovering the two fish musicians Lou Reed and John Cale, and then helping them become the Velvet Underground. Stay hardcore and positive, Leo, whether you are working in the living room or living in the work room.
Ha! I knew it! I just checked Stella McCartney’s sign and she’s a Virgo! I’ve been thinking her designs are good, detail-oriented, humane. For McCartney, the decision not to use any leather or fur in her designs is because of her upbringing as a vegetarian on an organic farm, but I have a sneaking suspicion that Virgo qualities could work their way into an explanation too: The maidens of the harvest are agrarian in nature, which is why the Virgo gets such a reputation for their lust for labor. The wheat doesn’t separate from the chafe by itself; it takes a Virgo to be the simple judge of the good and bad practices. The firsts buds of late March can have hard times pushing through such beautifully lain Virgo concrete, but you have planted and germinated powerful mental seed under there, used all of your bio-dynamic witchcraft, and I predict that it will eventually bloom into a great spring. 
 Robust, beautiful Libra, ruled by Venus; even in the frigid weather, your planet is basking in warm waters of Pisces during the mid-month, which is a perfect excuse to give yourself permission to dream. It’s a good time for personal maintenance. Taking care of your feet might be nice even if it isn’t exactly sandal weather. Also, love is in the air: After this moon there will be balance in the waters. Picture a mossy rock in a gentle but rushing stream as the ice and snow start to melt, and an old-school bronze scale of Justice laying in the stream as water rushes over the two circular weighing platforms, gently jiggling the stirrup that connects them. Justice really becomes “just us” this month, with utter devotion to your best pals taking centerstage. If you have a chance to sing “Maps” by the Yeah Yeah Yeah’s at karaoke on March 14, do it. Do it regardless of your singing voice or gender. There’s no need to ask if its classic yet, it’s been a classic for a long time. Just like you.
Great things are happening for Scorpio. The immediate future looks like it will begin with the most extroverted version of you (also referred to as The Eagle) and start jumping backwards into yourself to reserve your energy. In your extroverted state, you are actually part of a group. You are sort of a ringleader, even. Underlying lust for control and privacy sometimes interfere with Scorpio’s other brighter leadership qualities. It really is something special to see Scorpio using their powers to keep a group ticking, an example being fellow Scorpio's Lorne Michaels’ role in SNL being honored after the show’s 40th anniversary. Enjoy your extroverted position on the 14th and your shyer shades on the 28th. Both are a part of who you are. Embrace them.
This message seems complicated, but the conclusion for you right now involves getting temporarily unhinged to reality in order to embrace the magic and wonder that makes up your intellect. Not what you can do or all that you are capable of, but get in tune with practicing and researching what you know, which seems like magic to the rest of the horoscope. The full moon on March 5 will especially be a time to shine, with its appearance in work-centric Virgo. If you have something big at stake, now is the time. You don’t need to be pushing others to do their best right, though you certainly excel at demanding quality from your compatriots. Don’t take this as a green light to lie, but this time of year requires your imagination even more than your truth.
At New York’s Guggenheim museum, On Kawara, a Japanese conceptual artist who happens to be a Capricorn, is being recognized with a career retrospective entitled Silence. In his most well-known work, theToday series, Kawara painted the day’s date on the canvas, one per day. By the time he died, he had painted nearly 3000 paintings in 112 cities. If each are seen as a separate work, they might not be taken seriously, especially in the eyes of Capricorns, who are always wanting to work smarter, but not longer. But the profundity of the work is not entirely in the concept but more in the fact that the paintings exist, and that each date seems exactly the same yet by their very nature they are unique. Capricorns, keep to your daily routine, guard it, enjoy it, meditate within it, make exceptions to it.
Aquarians always teeter on the edge of insanity and expertise, but stay confident that you still have a lot to offer right now, maybe even more as a group member than as a group spokesperson. It’s a good time to field notes rather than write journal entries. Things really are darting around you and catching light. Take note of New York's former Mayor Bloomberg—an Aquarian—who had somewhat of an endearing trait in his willingness to be the villain— what with his smoking bans and soda restrictions. Go for it with a grin, and take everything with a grain of salt. Now's also a great time for you to take a short trip. Look for affordable adventures you can drive to, and don't pack too much. Just water, SPF (even if the sun doesn't seem to be shining), and some snacks. Then let the experience speak for itself. 




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