The designers have just released their debut fragrance, Arizona.
From old school classics to today's top hits, these designers share the songs that play in their studios as they work on new collections.
Costume designer Betsy Heimann put together J.Lo’s form-fitting ’fit for a pivotal scene in Steven Soderbergh’s crime comedy.
Costume designer Betsy Heimann describes how the perfect little black dress was originally intended to look like it came off a mall rack.
The costume designer of the teen film explains Winona’s transformation from goth to glam.
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The festival will spawn new opportunities for many of the talent involved, but these five thesps are destined for stardom.
The multimedia artist works in a pastel color palette to explore complicated themes in his pieces.
Costume designer Betsy Heimann reveals an unexpected detail of Mia’s outfit that will forever change the way you watch the dance scene.
The dramatic short film showcases the fashion label's spring/summer 2018 collection while serving as a music video for “Yo! My Saint.”
The shearling jacket, which was so essential to Lane’s character, was fashioned from an Urban Outfitters rug.
The neo-soul singers channel their insecurities and break-ups into a remarkable new EP, Running to the Sun.
The designer was recognized by the CFDA upon his graduation from Parsons.
“The Feminine Sublime” takes aim at contemporary issues such as climate change, industrial capitalism, and nuclear catastrophe.
The artist works with neon—much like Dan Flavin or James Turrell—except her works are much more politically charged.
The brand was the first to advertise atop the city’s fleet of yellow taxis in 1998.
The streetwear supernova behind L.A.’s most exciting concept store and label is not into ‘affordable luxury.’
The Miami-based artist prepares for her first career survey of her film and video work.
A look at how J.J. Abrams’s first foray into the world of television laid the groundwork for his later series.