Even if you’ve already picked up the print edition of our latest issue—and if you haven’t, you can do so here—it’s worth taking a look at our brand-new iPad version, which you will actually be able to read on the train. > Read More


margot robbie picture

FROM TLM07: MARGOT ROBBIE

 
DAVID MUSHEGAIN
February 25, 2015

Back in our seventh issue, frequent contributor David Mushegain stumbled upon a then-unknown actress at a friend’s birthday party. Fortunately, he noticed her talent and her beauty and captured her as part of our series, The Last People. In this intimate photo, Margot Robbie, who is now starring opposite Will Smith in Focus, out Friday, is as radiant and fresh-faced as ever.
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Arno Frugier Zara Zachrisson Nastya Sten

NASTYA STEN BY ARNO FRUGIER

ARNO FRUGIER
ZARA ZACHRISSON
February 24, 2015

Long and lean are in for Spring according to our fashion editor Zara Zachrisson, who styled this feature from our current issue shot by Arno Frugier. Delicate Russian Nastya Sten makes herself comfortable in some of the season’s smoothest dresses and knits, accessorized with only a playful pair of Louis Vuitton earrings and a sense of quiet introspection.
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The Last Magazine issue 14 launch dinner party

TLM14 LAUNCH DINNER WITH PHILLIP LIM

THE LAST MAGAZINE
ANGELA PHAM FOR BFANYC.COM
February 20, 2015

It was a typically cold night to close out New York fashion week on Wednesday, but inside Acme, the Last Magazine launch was keeping everyone warm in celebration of or fourteenth issue featuring the calm beauty of cover star Liya Kebede, shot by Maciek Kobielski. > Read More


3x1

3X1'S WOMENSWEAR

STEVEN YATSKO
MICHAEL AVEDON
February 19, 2015

It’s undeniable that a new veneration for denim is among us, and proof sits observable through the glass walls of 3×1’s shop in New York’s SoHo. Although, to founder Scott Morrison, the man formerly behind Paper Denim & Cloth and Earnest Sewn, that respect has been the pulse of his business for years. The bespoke-focused jeans brand is a continuation of those values and his own reverence for indigo twill. > Read More