by Ezra Marcus
The design duo explained how William Eggleston, Judy Garland, and the "real Lone Ranger" inspired their latest collection.
by Ben Barna
The Luxembourgian actress came out of left field and stole nearly every scene in Paul Thomas Anderson’s latest film.
by Craig McDean and Masha Vasyukova
His ninth studio album, Revival, drops today.
With Mosaic, the director’s forthcoming HBO show, fans can have a say in how the story unfolds.
Misa Hylton defined the style set in the ’90s through her trailblazing work with hip-hop’s heaviest hitters.
by Natalia Barr
He picks anthems from Neil Young, George Michael, and Amber Mark that symbolize life returning anew.
by Maya Singer
The 19-year-old daughter of Uma Thurman and Ethan Hawke prepares for her breakout role in the BBC’s new adaptation of Little Women.
by Matt Mullen
Matthew Schreiber’s dizzyingly complex laser works draw inspiration from the world of science fiction.
by Jane Gayduk
LAND of distraction was born from Danita Short's rebellious nature.
by Matt Mullen
Ekene Ijeoma’s layered and socially focused work turns dense data into digestible art.
As the first female creative director at the house of Dior, the Italian designer is injecting feminism into fashion—not for an ideal woman, but for every woman.
The creator of the legendary 1970s work The Dinner Party sits down with her long-time friend Gloria Steinem for a conversation
by Scout Sabo
Staging imaginative, involved self-portraits, the photographer explores her roots and reflects on identity through her art.
by Trey Taylor
Author Paul Gorman has compiled a loving tribute to the magazine that transported culture from Britain to beyond.
The artist works with neon—much like Dan Flavin or James Turrell—except her works are much more politically charged.