From Prada's 'A Clockwork Orange'inspired jumpsuits and makeup to Gucci's uncanny twins on the runway, Kubrick is the main character of the season.
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Jonathan Anderson's latest offering for the Spanish house blurred the line between artifice and reality in fashion.
Continuing from the apocalyptic vision of AW22, the new collection was about rebirth, the divine and hope.
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Sophia Giovannitti’s new solo show examines self-commodification and the power dynamics behind her conceptual performances.
Alongside his co-stars Emma Corrin and David Dawson, the trio are being entered into the 2023 Oscar race.
RIP uncomfortable shoes and ugly workout trainers, welcome to a new era.
In a mix of candid and posed pictures, the American image-maker tried to understand the complex people he captured.
The grizzly new trailer reveals just how dark Luca Guadagnino's latest film will be. 'CMbYN' this is not.
Celebrating its 10th anniversary of showing on the Paris Fashion Week schedule, the Swedish brand led with an off-kilter spin on romance.
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Andrew Dominik's NC-17-rated Marilyn Monroe movie is finally available to watch! Here's a breakdown of all the details and why it is so controversial.
Stefano Lemon spent three years capturing what lies beneath the extravagant wealth of Miami.
We might lean towards photodumps and casual posting – but that doesn't mean the reign of the so-called 'Instagram face' is over.
From Fire Island to Sitges, the photographer shot the community of these liberated spaces.
The Parque das Gerações has been a beloved community hub in Cascais for over a decade, but its existence is under threat.
The UK Music Video Awards nominations are in – including the shortlist for the i-D-sponsored Best Wardrobe Styling award.
Seiichi Furuya's life's work revolves around remembering his life spent with Christine Gossler, who died by suicide in 1985.
A new museum exhibition features behind-the-scene details of Christo and Jeanne-Claude's major public works.
Anthony Vaccarello looked to one of the house's most iconic eras in a collection presented before the Eiffel Tower.