Rokas Darulis returns home to his native Lithuania to document the country’s rising fashion scene, capturing the nation’s rural beauty and urban power—and the interesting work oftentimes overlooked by those in the world’s fashion capitals.
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With a new monograph, the Swiss painter demonstrates her characteristic mix of abandon and restraint in her paintings that walk the line of carefully controlled chaos.
With a début Spring 2017 collection presented as a sound installation, the young menswear designer looks to reconceptualize the production of fashion and the role of the creator in the face of increasing automation.
The new band split between Los Angeles and New York takes its cues from proto-punk, synth pop, Suicide, and the Modern Lovers.
The designer’s new series of lamps and lighting vessels mixes materials in a personal exploration of power and independence inspired by Greek mythology.
For the designer Hartley Goldstein Jr., a menswear line of reworked vintage fabrics is more conceptual art project than fashion brand.
As she goes from dark award-season contender Manchester by the Sea to the CBS sitcom Superior Donuts, the young actress takes every opportunity to learn and try something new.
With the optimism of an ebullient teenager, the young actress breaks new ground in a series of roles ranging from this weekend’s high-school comedy The Edge of Seventeen to an M. Night Shyamalan thriller next year.
The Swedish illustrator finds strength in female numbers in an exhibition of her ceramic portraits of women, using secondhand vessels to celebrate feminine power.