Jonathan Shia is the editor of The Last Magazine.
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.
After breaking out in last year’s raunchy high school sex comedy Blockers, the Australian actor is now playing an angel opposite Daniel Radcliffe and Steve Buscemi as God in the existential TBS series Miracle Workers and stretching her dramatic muscles as a Muslim teenager rebelling against her conservative parents in the Sundance hit Hala.
With his roles in the Amazon Prime thriller Homecoming and Barry Jenkins’s Moonlight follow-up If Beale Street Could Talk, the Canadian Golden Globe nominee is having his breakout moment on screens both big and small.
The photographer offers an incisive and poetic look into the lives of two young African-American men in Alabama in his ambitious first film, Hale County This Morning, This Evening, which posits the centrality of the black experience and is now nominated for an Oscar for Best Documentary.
The breakout star of Spider-Man: Homecoming and Spike Lee’s Oscar-nominated BlacKkKlansman finds her place in the new wave of diversity pushing through Hollywood as she works to bring a feeling of visibility to young black girls like herself.
As his Broadway début in the celebrated play The Ferryman comes to an end, the Dunkirk breakout looks ahead to a busy year and a long career marked by a passionate refusal to take it easy.
An intimate performance by serpentwithfeet helped close out an evening at Roman and Williams Guild celebrating Lisa Qi’s brand-new all-natural beauty line.