why bold, bedazzled makeup is everywhere
Call it the 'Euphoria' effect.
we didn't need a sequel to 'call me by your name' after all
'Find Me' only painstakingly details the in-between years of Elio and Oliver's love affair when we already know how it's going to end.
here's what you need to know about vegan leather vs. real leather
Alternative materials aren't always more sustainable.
brooke davis from 'one tree hill' was one of the best characters on tv
What we learned about coming of age from Sophia Bush's role on the hit 00s show.
we need to stop making mental illness look cool on social media
The trend of falsely portraying anxiety and depression threatens the already fragile well-being of more young people than ever before.
Alyson Zetta Williams
'what's in a pronoun' is the film centering the non-binary experience on and off camera
Posture Media is committed to queer representation and shaking up production's notorious boys club.
why are we so bad at breaking up with people?
i-D explores the lack of authenticity and directness when it comes to dating and breaking up with people today.
what's your side-hustle really costing you?
9 to 5 isn’t enough anymore: it’s 9 to 5 to midnight now. Anything less, and we start to feel an insidious sense of guilt.
the feminist comedians dismantling sexist ‘jokes’
From Hannah Gadsby to Ali Wong, a distinct wave of smart female comics are poking fun at the old guard of comedy and starting from scratch.
why we're all so obsessed with neon
In the era of 'fake news' and reality star presidents, neon is everywhere, allowing us to revel in the hyperreal.
are we pushing horror film actors too far?
Actors are putting their mental health at risk for movies that push the boundaries of fear.
the legacy of princess diana’s 'fuck you' fashion
This week marks the 20th anniversary of Princess Diana’s death, and with the avalanche of commemorative documentaries and conspiracy theories, it’s vital we don’t overlook one of her most important legacies: her sense of style.
Anne T. Donahue