3.1 Phillip Lim’s Spring 2016 advertising campaign continues the brand’s collaboration with photographer Viviane Sassen, creating artful, unexpected images that “romance reality“ rather than escape from it.
With Homeland and Interstellar already under his belt, the young actor takes an introspective turn on the New York stage with a new lead role that feels like second nature.
A new retail concept in London’s Shoreditch featuring rotating installations from the ever-inventive young British designer opens with a collaboration with publisher Luis Venegas.
Angelo Pennetta and Alastair McKimm get up close and personal with the Argentine model for our Spring 2016 cover.
In his latest work for City Ballet, the young choreographer turns toward narrative in a story about the enduring power of art to overcome.
Paris’s menswear designers offer a focus on the individual in the busy, sped-up modern world.
The new album from the British post-punk group is full of vehement love songs, workshopped over a residency of live performances a year ago in New York.
Meghan Remy, the creative force behind the genre-bending pop band U.S. Girls, is coming to terms with success with her latest album release. That success has been earned, but far from easy.
There were many ways to react and respond to the difficulties of contemporary life in the men’s collections shown in Milan.
An unsettling new film about a Lolita-like relationship refuses to shock by balancing on the edge of ambiguity.