L.A. rockers Starcrawler want to prove that kids can still kick ass
The LA band fronted by Arrow de Wilde aren't afraid to spit on their audiences.
The recalcitrant bad boy of rap is back after a few years away from the spotlight. And this time, he's coming straight for the administration.
Obvious History: Liev Schreiber’s “hippie bohemian freak” mother
She gave him a motorcycle for his 16th birthday to “promote fearlessness.”
Glitch artist Chris Dorland talks transhumanism with author Carolyn Kane
His new show at Lyles & King takes stock of the hyperreal.
Artist Paul Heyer reveals stories behind five artworks from his latest exhibition
The multimedia artist works in a pastel color palette to explore complicated themes in his pieces.
The unfortunate disappearance of the sassy, cool girl
The scalpel-sharp witticisms from teen girls in ’90s movies have seemingly died off, just like the characters who coined them.
Rihanna’s stylist created an incredible one-off collection for Equinox
Mel Ottenberg tapped seven designers to craft one-of-a-kind pieces that will be sold at auction.
Feminist art icon Judy Chicago isn’t done fighting
The creator of the legendary 1970s work The Dinner Party sits down with her long-time friend Gloria Steinem for a conversation.
Why Mia Wallace’s outfit made Pulp Fiction’s dance scene so iconic
Costume designer Betsy Heimann reveals an unexpected detail of Mia’s outfit that will forever change the way you watch the dance scene.
Why Charli XCX’s Pop 2 is criminally underrated
Pop 2 is the first collection of songs that warrants the oft-made comparison to Kanye West’s Yeezus—here’s why.
Obvious History: Angelina Jolie once bought his ’n’ hers burial plots for Billy Bob
The actress was married to Thornton for two years, and surprised him on their first anniversary with side-by-side graves.
Ten memorable moments from the history of cult magazine The Face
Author Paul Gorman has compiled a loving tribute to the magazine that transported culture from Britain to beyond.