After launching his label over a decade ago, the Liberian-American designer’s vision of a world unbound by barriers of race, class, and gender is changing the architecture of the fashion industry.
A self-proclaimed “shy kid,” the musician brings brash performances of her wide-ranging, genre-hopping songs to the Californian desert in anticipation of her début album, Liberated.
The young painter reinvents centuries of art history in works that merge realism and abstraction, beauty and camp, and subversion and self-absorption.
From the freshly relevant immigration issues of Children of Men to the police brutality that launches the new Netflix series Seven Seconds, the British actress seeks out projects that tackle complex social issues.
The young actor finds hope and compassion even in his latest role in Lean on Pete, the intense new film from 45 Years director Andrew Haigh.
The bicoastal duo has helped reshape the New York fashion scene in its own image, from diversity on the runway to gender ambiguity—earning a spot on this year’s final list for the LVMH Prize along the way.
After going viral on Twitter with an unfinished song last year, the young musician is harnessing the power of the internet to share her début EP of dark, introspective pop songs.
In his first book, the photographer captures one of Los Angeles’s iconic thoroughfares with an eye to abstract imagery, finding coherence in Southern California’s diverse sprawl.
On her latest EP Stone Woman, the independent Toronto-based musician expands her emotional capacity with songs that pull from jazz, blues, and soul to delve into complicated layers of human relationships.
The London-based Korean designer pushes the boundaries of femininity with clothes designed to appeal to a diverse group of women.