In a new photography exhibition celebrating British heritage, Burberry designer Christopher Bailey shares his inspirations for his evocative new collection and his collaboration with Alasdair McLellan.
In a new show at Red Hook Labs, our latest cover photographer and frequent contributor shares professional and personal work that is intimate, inquisitive, and, most of all, free.
In conjunction with a retrospective at London’s Dover Street Market, a new book covers the visual history of iconic skate brand Stüssy through its impactful, graphic t-shirts.
The photographer-and-stylist duo offer up a vision of the future that crosses boundaries of gender, race, and individual expression in a photography series reflecting the New Africa movement.
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.
In his first book Half-Day, the photographer explores color and patterns through candid portraiture, urban settings, and natural landscapes.
The young actor talks growing up in the public eye, leaving Disney to study archeology, and how his new show Riverdale reflects the divide in Trump’s America.
For the latest edition of our travel series, the New York-based photographer finds bodies in landscapes, and landscapes in bodies, on his annual trip out west.
Photographer Martin Zähringer’s independent magazine launches a fourth issue—now in color!—that questions the industry’s obsession with youth in its continuing effort to showcase its models as real women.
Cecilia Dean, cofounder of the ever-changing independent art and fashion publication, celebrates a milestone anniversary with a retrospective book looking back at twenty-five years of reinventing the very form of the magazine.