With her new role as Kay, the girlfriend of FBI agent Wendy Carr on David Fincher’s serial killer drama Mindhunter, the Canadian actor confronts the challenges of separating her professional and personal lives both on and offscreen.
The Nepalese designer celebrates a decade of championing diversity, inclusion, and a world made “stronger through color” with his vibrant clothing in his first monograph.
Photographer Gregory Harris and our fashion editor Katelyn Gray offer a celebration of individuality and originality with the help of a cast of eleven rising models assembled by The Secret Gallery.
At his Georgetown space, curator Todd von Ammon establishes a new template for the modern-day art gallery, bringing stimulating work to the nation’s capital, from digital media to sculptures by Helmut Lang.
Considering himself more a “maker than a designer,” the Dutch inventor builds his own machines to construct his wildly creative furniture, including the award-winning Endless Chair, made from a single string of recycled plastic.
After four years of study in Queens and Oaxaca, the former stylist offers a selection of durable new designs made by hand to foster social interaction.
After her second self-released single “Only You” started racking up millions of streams, the young musician went from working at McDonald’s to releasing her début EP Junk, combining massive pop hooks with an unerring sense of optimism about the power of staying true to yourself.
The warmhearted Australian’s background in Suzuki, butoh, and karate informs her vividly physical performances, including her latest role as half of a star-crossed love story in the new Forest Whitaker-led series Godfather of Harlem.
Raised between Colombia and Virginia, the musician mixes genres and styles in her lush songs, pulling from her own experience to offer a response to contemporary life.
On his self-titled début album, the English singer-songwriter offers a collection of jangly, catchy indie pop tunes touched with a hint of melancholy as he seeks to connect with his listeners.