With his new eponymous menswear line, the Italian designer pursues his own conscientious vision, combining luxurious fabrics, loose silhouettes, and his love of the local wildlife near his home just outside Florence.
With her new work set to premiere at New York City Ballet’s Fall Gala this week, the recent School of American Ballet graduate is the youngest choreographer ever to be commissioned by the company at just eighteen, the next step in a promising career she will have to balance with her own dancing as an apprentice at the Dresden Semperoper Ballett.
On her first EP Policies of Power, the Connecticut-born musician and multi-hyphenate couches ruminations on political accountability and experiential existence in deceptively danceable songs that blend punk, new age, dancehall, and Eighties pop.
As he brings his Walt Whitman opera Crossing to the Brooklyn Academy of Music, the young composer-conductor and Los Angeles Opera’s artist-in-residence muses on his prodigious start, his upcoming commission for the Metropolitan Opera, and the future of classical music.
Restauranteur Gabriel Stulman reinvents his successful strategy at his latest West Village restaurant, offering an eclectic, daylong menu in an apartment-like setting that makes customers feel right at home.
Othilia Simon layers up in leather and mesh as summer turns to autumn in a fashion feature from our Fall 2017 issue by Dan Martensen and Clare Richardson.
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.
Playing opposite Judi Dench in Victoria & Abdul, the first Bollywood star to headline a Western film proves both a harbinger and a beneficiary of an increasingly globalized entertainment industry.
The star of the stage adaptation of Orwell’s classic dystopian novel discusses alternative facts, intentional confusion, and the role of art in the Trump era.