With a direct-to-consumer, member-driven business model, the former tech entrepreneur Sonia Trehan is inventing the fashion label of the future.
After teaching himself to create music from tutorials online, the club-influenced producer is fresh off a packed tour of the United States and the release of Dark, the second part of a trilogy meant to serve as the soundtrack for a night out.
After her initial reticence about the “intrusiveness” of biopics, the British actor delves into Seventies London as the love interest of Rami Malek’s Freddie Mercury to reveal another side of the legendary Queen frontman.
In her first jewelry collaboration, the painter and sculptor translates her large-scale plaster heads into necklaces, earrings, and brooches inspired by her family with the help of the two sisters behind sustainable line AGMES.
The Industry City brewery brings the tradition and refinement of Japan to Brooklyn with a new sake that is floral and sweet.
The Beijing-based menswear designer serves as a cross-cultural bridge in an era when the fashion world is increasingly focused on the history and artistic legacy of Asia and China in particular.
On her début album Both, the musician and actor Kaya Wilkins explores identity and duality while combining forthright, honest lyrics with dance-ready synths and campy grooves.
After a striking turn in Yorgos Lanthimos’s psychological thriller The Killing of a Sacred Deer, the teenage skateboarder navigates young adulthood in an era before his own time in Jonah Hill’s directorial début Mid90s.
In his first book, the London-based photographer documents every facet of the life of a Barbadian fisherman with whom he felt an immediate kinship, acting as both visitor and companion.
The upstart label and international media collective is carving out a place for Asians in the increasingly diverse world of hip-hop, tackling questions of cultural appropriation and ownership head on.