Jonathan Shia is the editor of The Last Magazine.
Whether onstage in the three-hander “Master Harold”…and the Boys or in Sam Mendes’s Golden Globe-winning, big-budget World War I epic 1917, the young English actor puts his natural curiosity to use in every project he tackles.
The rising Los Angeles singer-songwriter tears away the façade of social-media perfection to forge an intimate connection with her listeners, offering an opening to self-doubt, introspection, and personal reflection.
After seven years at Miami City Ballet, the Brazilian dancer makes his debut at New York City Ballet as part of an effort to replenish the roster of male talent, becoming one of the rare outsiders to join the storied company.
After quitting his day job to focus on his music, Joshua Karpeh makes himself known with his smooth songs which belie a sharp social and political perspective.
The moody Latinx musician combines his Mexican heritage with of-the-moment atmospherics on his début album, Para Mí.
With his English-language début as an enigmatic photographer caught in a love triangle with Alicia Vikander’s Lucy and Riley Keough’s Lily in Earthquake Bird, the Japanese dancer-turned-actor brings his intense presence to new audiences.
Gabriela Hearst, Marina Moscone, and Marine Serre are three of the many women taking charge in fashion of late, offering distinctive visions while attempting to slow down the endless churn of the seasons.
On his début album Hypersonic Missiles, the English rocker tackles the zeitgeist and the issues of the day from working-class alienation to white privilege on his blistering tracks.
After years of experience at major international brands, the New York-based designer returns with an eponymous sustainable line crafted by artisans in remote China using ancient techniques, reconnecting consumers with handcraft and tradition.
As a murderous Rev-9 in the new Terminator: Dark Fate, the Texan pulls from his real-life experiences and natural charisma and steps into the shoes of Arnold Schwarzenegger and Robert Patrick as a robot who is almost, but not quite, terrifyingly human.