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Crew members explain why Spice World is still so weird, 20 years on
An unfeasibly gargantuan Spice Bus, a brain-melting plot and assless chaps—we caught up with some of the crew of Spice World to explain its oddities.
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.
Estonian dream-pop five-piece Holy Motors made a playlist for their own funeral
How would the quintet like to be laid to rest? The soundtrack to their funeral includes everything from David Bowie to Elvis.
What one year of resistance looks like in the art world
A year after Donald Trump’s inauguration, these eight artists aren’t backing down.
You forgot Winona Ryder wore millennial pink first in Welcome Home, Roxy Carmichael
The costume designer of the teen film explains Winona’s transformation from goth to glam.
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.
Shadowy singer Carla Dal Forno made a playlist for her own funeral
She wants to say goodbye to this mortal coil with tunes from Brian Eno and Anna Domino.
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.
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.
Joaquin Phoenix stars as alcoholic cartoonist in latest Gus Van Sant film
The first trailer for John Callahan biopic, Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far on Foot, dropped today.
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.
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.