Jonathan Shia is the editor of The Last Magazine.
The actor’s directorial début is a darkly comedic tale about a “woman who discovers she exists” and stars Leigh alongside Tony nominee Santino Fontana and Jon Orsini.
In roles as diverse as Prince Albert and Leo, a Russian spy charged with stealing atomic secrets, in the new film Red Joan, the English actor mines the essential truths of the human condition whether he finds himself in the Victorian era or World War II.
In her new book, the celebrated former Vogue fashion director shares images from her childhood, her modeling career, and her family life, along with the countless editorials, advertisements, and covers to which she has lent her crisp eye over the years.
A lush Twenties-style dim sum restaurant in London’s Brixton stands out in a heavily male-dominated industry with an all-female kitchen and a beverage program of female producers.
Our cover star Ashley Graham and the Times Square Edition helped us celebrate our latest issue at the Paradise Club.
With his new short film, the director revisits the South Africa of his youth in the story of a young fisherman’s son who dreams of becoming a painter and envisions his grandfather as a humpback whale in a meditation on aging and family.
In this fashion feature from our Spring 2019 issue, Nicole Maria Winkler and Katelyn Gray experiment with shape and structure with an all-black wardrobe on Jess Cole and Maggie Maurer.
In his first book, the young photographer shares a personal project of eloquent black-and-white portraits of New York’s trans, non-binary, and queer community.
Two years after his last EP, the Pittsburgh-born soul musician offers up a début album of wistful, brooding tracks that speak to universal aches and personal emotions in our complicated, unguarded, tempestuous age.
In their new book, the London-based photographer duo capture a crew of lifelong friends over the course of a seemingly endless summer in Australia.