Olivier Rousteing's precocious design savvy earned him the keys to one of fashion's most celebrated houses when he was only 25. and In the six years since, his media know—how and famous friends—as well as his coveted silhouettes-have made him the undisputed darling of an Instagram army.
David Grann may be every reporter's favorite reporter. But even when he appears in his stories—as he does, muddied and afflicted by every imaginable pest during his search for an ancient Amazonian civilization in his great The Lost City of Z, which James Gray has adapted for a film out this week—he is never a distraction from the story.
At the Artissima art fair in Torino, Italy, this weekend, interdisciplinary artists Scarlett Rouge and Saulo Madrid will present their film and installation Beyond the Walls of Eden for the first time.
by Chris Wallace and Claude Montana
William Gibson has said, “The future is already here—it’s just not evenly distributed.” And we think most of it is located in the Paris headquarters of Rick Owens. Out there, at a safe remove from the fashion mainstream, on the horizon of beauty, behavior, and belief, Owens has made a wrinkle in time, building a new world, a future world, for others of like mind to gather and grow.
George Miller's post-apocalyptic wasteland in the Mad Max movies is among the most richly imagined and cinematically intriguing worlds we've ever seen on the screen. Here he talks about his own search for The Green Place, the Hippocratic Oath of a filmmaker, and the very first "Sexiest Man Alive."