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February 2015

Michael Pitt Directs Rag & Bone

Expanding to include a strong digital presence, Rag & Bone's Spring/Summer 2015 campaign is fronted by a black-and-white short film that also marks Michael Pitt's directorial debut.

A Georgian journey at Ulyana Sergeenko

The fairytale clothes of Muscovite designer Ulyana Sergeenko have stolen Mother Russia's heart.

Discovery: Wilsen

Wilsen retains a specific air of folk, often pairing her acoustic guitar with subtle bass and soft drums—the drummer often wielding tom toms opposed to proper sticks—and imbues her lyrics with storytelling poetics.

New Again: Patti LaBelle

For over 50 years, singer, author, and actress Patti LaBelle has pervaded the music industry.

The Track
Of The Week

Exclusive Track Premiere: 'No Type' (Rae Sremmurd Cover), ASTR

The Memory Machine

When it comes to virtual reality, there are no codes and expectations; there is no tradition that separates audience and action. 

André Singer and the Allies

In 1945, the Allies commissioned a documentary of the Holocaust. Helmed by Sidney Bernstein and produced by the likes of Alfred Hitchcock, the film bore the unglamorous titled German Concentration Camps Factual Survey.

Casting Call: Escape From New York

Released in 1981, John Carpenter's epic cult classic Escape from New York is a harrowing science fiction adventure from start to finish.

Discovery: Bel Powley

In a perfect world, Bel Powley would do one play a year in London or New York.

Other Features


Interview's Talent Show: Oliver Ackermann



A Lettered Life

Pop culture’s current fascination with the high-low mix is surely indebted to Susan Sontag and her razor-sharp deconstructions of subjects large and small.

Other Features

Weekend News Roundup! SAGs and Sundance

Here's our compendium of pop culture news you may have missed while you were doing more important things over the weekend.

Sarah Gerards Shattered Glass

At the moment, Sarah Gerard's life is rife with celestial metaphor. Her much anticipated debut novel, Binary Star, was released by Two Dollar Radio last week to energetic praise.

Morgane Polanski

The daughter of film royalty wields her dark power as princess gisla of France.

Playing With Nudes

Known for her life-size wood cutouts of creatures, humans, and objects that expand on her background as a theater set designer, the artist Z Behl has shaped a practice that draws on myths and fairytales while it creates new ones.

A Female Pheromone Hotbox

Opening tonight at Steven Kasher Gallery, "Pheromone Hotbox" presents the work of five young female photographers whose practices focus on depicting other women.

The Gentlewomans Chanel Necklace

Roe Ethridge and Andy Harman's latest exhibition, "Double Bill," is a celebration of their working partnership, and a vibrant continuation of their subversive appreciation of popular culture and fetishistic consumerism.

Eating Paint with Djordje Ozbolt

"That's called Self-Improvement," Yugoslavian artist Djordje Ozbolt says while looking at one of his newest drawings. "It was inspired by the beheadings of ISIS. I had the radio on for three days, the news radio. That's bizarre listening to the news all day."

Other Features

The Total Anti-Totalist Robert Stone

Robert Stone's latest novel, Death of the Black-Haired Girl, out this week, might sound like a murder mystery; but, in effect, the title serves to push the plot aside in favor of a deeper focus—not who did it or how, but what remains and what is lost after the body is taken to the morgue.


The Mirror Cube Hosts Offical Launch Party

January 20, 2015 @ Baby's All Right, Brooklyn

The Art of Elysium's 8th Annual Heaven Gala Presented by Samsung

January 12, 2015 @ Hangar 8, Santa Monica, CA

26th Annual Palm Springs International Film Festival Awards Gala

January 3, 2015 @ Palm Springs Convention Center