Antonin Tron favors the flexibility of jersey and the independent power of surfing in his refined designs for his year-old Parisian label, now a finalist for this year’s LVMH Prize.
At a new hotel in Stockholm, the museum-worthy art program brings together a range of major contemporary artists from Tacita Dean to Sol LeWitt, with a stunning commissioned sculpture by Jaume Plensa anchoring the staircase.
As he takes the lead in the new play Significant Other over a decade after his Broadway début in Spring Awakening, the Philadelphia native keeps the theater center stage with a powerful and nuanced performance as a young gay man looking for love.
After years at Bar Tartine and working under Francis Mallmann, the Argentine chef opens his first restaurant Metta in Fort Greene with a local, produce-heavy menu all cooked over an open flame.
In his compact new monograph, the photographer explores memory, the past, and the way we choose to remember through landscapes shot on his uniquely marred Leica.
A new music app founded by French artist and DJ Benjamin Thoreau offers over a century of rarities from all across the world, all ready to be discovered.
After a decade in Hollywood from teenage party movie Project X to Sundance hit Me and Earl and the Dying Girl to blockbuster Kong: Skull Island, the thoughtful American actor is making his mark on his own terms.
Tame Impala’s bassist strikes out on his own with a début solo album of honest, personal songs influenced by the music of the Fifties and Sixties.
After her breakthrough roles on Downton Abbey and Game of Thrones, the Scottish actress takes the lead as a modern woman on The Good Fight.
The filmmaker and journalist translates his Nowness video series into print with a new book offering an intimate look into the studios of some of today’s leading artists, from Jeff Koons and Robert Longo to Doug Aitken and Damien Hirst.