i-D spoke to menswear designer Véronique Nichanian in the City of Angels.
"OJ: Made In America" won an Oscar for its in-depth excavation of the trial of the century, but it also whet our appetites for more Los Angeles. So here’s your guide to the City of Angels, told through its best docs.
Actress and We the Women collective co-founder Nathalie Love discusses her how Los Angeles theater can benefit women’s reproductive rights today.
The photographer and Supreme affiliate shares his snaps of hidden L.A. skate spots in the new photo book ‘Party in the Back.’
The Los Angeles four-piece has yet to release an album, and its Ozzy-worshiping frontwoman is still in high school. But that’s not stopping Starcrawler — nothing is.
Alex Olson’s company has teamed up with Union Los Angeles for a series of shirts inspired by inclusive dance clubs. A portion of proceeds will benefit The Trevor Project, a vital resource for young queer people.
'Analog Brain' celebrates the intriguing imperfections often glossed over in an Instagram-obsessed world. It includes intimate portraits, incandescent sunsets, and a replica studio displaying her unlocked desktop computer.
Recently nominated for the Deutsche Börse Photography Prize, Dana Lixenberg discusses her photo-epic 'Imperial Courts,' a 20-year-long documentation of a South Central public housing.
Photographer Devyn Galindo shares portraits from her outstanding debut book, which documents the communities and cultural connections forged by a new generation of Mexican-Americans.
Ahead of opening her first exhibition, 'Whisky Hour,' in L.A. this week, we speak with one of our favorite ex-pats about California sunshine and shooting strong women.
The Kanye West-approved exhibition is the first show of the couple's furniture in the US, and as darkly beautiful as you'd imagine.
Before his life was tragically cut short, the talented actor was working on his debut solo photography show. 'Anton Yelchin: Photographs' has now opened posthumously, showcasing 40 surreal, sensual portraits shot on film over six years.
Gunner Stahl shares intimate snaps of your favorite rappers from the annual Los Angeles gathering that counts Tyler, the Creator as its ringleader.
'Tastemakers & Earthshakers' not only champions the vibrant facets of L.A. youth culture (zoot suits, Mexrrissy, party crews, and low rider gearheads) but also explores how these urgent movements are enmeshed in social issues.
Los Angeles photographer Maggie West brings her supernatural use of light and color to a very real-world cause.
Next week, the director will present her enduring portraits of Los Angeles’s vibrant hardcore community, 'The Decline of Western Civilization' and 'Suburbia' on the East Coast. Here, she explains why.
Brendan, Dylan, Thomas III, and Ryan Lynch are making LA’s art scene a brilliantly freaky, family affair.