Hairstylist AKKI riffs on the ever-present braid trend in this hallucinatory, kaleidoscopic image from our series A Different Kind of Beauty.
The new ceramics line from Cameron Bishop—and named after her daughter—has become a favorite on New York’s restaurant scene, thanks to her fine arts training and her invaluable network of other artists and designers.
After years as David Cronenberg’s muse of sorts and supporting turns in Indignation and 11.22.63, the Canadian actress takes the lead as a servant accused of murdering her employers in Sarah Polley’s Netflix adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s Alias Grace.
For the young London-based designer, supersaturated colors and exaggerated silhouettes help give shape to designs that combine creative resourcefulness with artisanal and sustainable processes.
In her début book of short stories, the Canadian author makes disconcerting symbols out of everyday objects like sewing machines and canned food and offers up a powerful examination of the human (and often female) body under attack.
The London-based firm brings its incisive understanding of both physical and social history to new and renewed projects ranging from Juergen Teller’s studio and a Paul Smith store to the nonprofit contemporary art exhibition center Raven Row.
The Australian photographer offers one last look at summer in his new book, which celebrates the iconoclastic personalities of New York City’s beloved urban beach.
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.
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.
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.