Sylvia Plath’s belongings sell for more than double her late husband’s at auction
Frieda Hughes, daughter of Plath and poet Ted Hughes, auctioned off her family’s items in March.
Model Cordell Broadus talks empowerment with intersex activist Hanne Gaby Odiele
The pair talked about the importance of representation and blazing their own trail.
The five underground zines you should check out
Dizzy Magazine, The Isis Nicole Magazine, Hotdog Magazine and more are on the forefront of a new wave of publishing.
Gus Van Sant remembers Andy Warhol’s transgressive film The Chelsea Girls
The director of My Own Private Idaho lionizes the idiosyncrasies of Andy Warhol’s The Chelsea Girls.
Photographer Slim Aarons was the unlikely inspiration for Wedding Crashers
Costume designer Denise Wingate channeled Aarons’s ritzy prints into the creation of a whopping eight weddings worth of costumes.
Obvious History: Rock’n’roll’s baby groupies Lori Lightning and Sable Starr
Rock’s underage hangers-on would skip school to hang out, and sleep with, the genre’s major players.
On Second Thought: Kim Basinger
The esteemed actress and animal rights activist revisits her December 1994 cover story 24 years later.
Swedish DJ Avicii dead at 28
His publicist confirmed the death of the artist also known as Tim Bergling.
Pete Wentz talks to Jaden Smith about virtual reality and fatherhood
The two recently toured together in support of Fall Out Boy's seventh album, M A N I A.
10 highlights you need to see at Art Brussels
Subjective, of course, but so is art, these are the installations, artists, and pieces we loved.
Transgressive filmmaker Bruce LaBruce talks Faggotry with Slava Mogutin
The filmmaker and Russian photographer dialed each other up to dissect the word “faggot,” Fassbinder actors and the social aspects of using Grindr.