After a series of impressive career milestones last year, the twenty-year-old Greek holds a prominent spot in the new rising crop of tennis players who are redefining the game both on and off the court.
As the organization man Peter Quayle in Starz’s sci-fi spy drama Counterpart, the British actor relishes the challenge of multiple roles in a series that poses serious questions about identity and self-knowledge.
After making her name as the companion to Matt Smith’s Doctor Who and as Queen Victoria on the celebrated PBS series, the British actor offers up a powerfully raw and moving performance as a grieving mother in the new miniseries The Cry.
The master hairstylist shares a powerfully phallic sculpture created from hair and “all kinds of debris” as part of his ongoing, open-ended meditation on body parts in our continuing beauty series.
With her young menswear label Bode, the designer and collector pulls from her archive of vintage fabrics for inspiration to establish an æsthetic that rejects the seasonal whims of most of the fashion world.
The Scottish actor takes another step forward in a career marked by a constant search for the unfamiliar as Lord Darnley, consort to Saoirse Ronan’s queen, in the new film Mary Queen of Scots,
As Karolina Dean on Runaways, one of Marvel’s first LGBTQ characters, the actor continues her bold exploration of new characters, new genres, and new perspectives.
Coming off his stage début in an adaptation of the classic film Rain Main, the English actor is ready to face the indignation of Outlander fans as the season’s new villain Stephen Bonnet as he continues to push himself into unexplored territories.
The three-year-old label created by Alejandro Gómez Palomo is wildly opulent and unabashed in rejecting gender constructs and the existing precepts of the fashion industry.
After standout turns in American Crime Story: The Assassination of Gianni Versace and House of Cards, the Australian actor plumbs the existential terror of the apocalypse as the Antichrist in American Horror Story.