The 'Mrs. America' costume designer explains how she brought the biggest political figures of the '70s to life.
The self-described hip-hip-soul artist crafts a playlist that's all pleasure, no guilt.
by Mark Alan Burger and Ernest Macias
The MoMA's annual Armory Party—part art show, part concert, part Lynchian meta-commentary–was in full swing in the dead of night with Orville Peck.
The director of the controversial Georgian gay romance on the power of ABBA and filming on the fly.
What do you get when you cross a young girl, a tiger, and a fatalistic girl gang in 1960s Los Angeles?
The photographer explores the importance of chosen family in her new portrait series of the LGBTQ+ community.
The Grammy-nominated funk-soul duo talk driving to Nas, crying to Roberta Flack, and doing pretty much everything to George Michael's timeless ballad.
The photographer's cross-country endeavor hopes to capture 10,000 portraits of queer people—and it's almost done.
Who else can pull RuPaul, Elton John, and all the Muppets into a Thanksgiving TV special for no reason other than why not?
The artist's new collection imagines fragrances for Hatshepsut and A.I.
The siblings from "Waves" list their favorite coming-of-age movies, pitch their dream reality TV show, and imagine their characters' birthcharts.