a girl’s guide to the environment
Let’s face it, we could all do better.
the sounding off issue
pink and hans zimmer sound off
For The Sounding Off Issue, we asked a collection of music makers, writers, thinkers and shakers to contribute their thoughts and opinions about music in 2017. First up, PINK and Hans Zimmer.
dear eva, pls help
Our new agony aunt Eva Wiseman helps us untangle some of the knots in the tights of life.
new gen, new geography: how london’s queer nightlife has rebuilt itself
London’s LGBT spaces are disappearing, leaving an underground queer culture to materialise in place of what had become a stagnant, homogenised scene.
trans model teddy quinlivan shares a brave and empowering message
Last week, during NYFW spring/summer 18, US model Teddy Quinlivan posted a video with CNN in which she publicly revealed her transgender identity. Motivated by both personal and political reasons, here she opens up and speaks out about her journey.
real bands, fake gigs: when your favourite musicians played your favourite tv shows
With NIN playing The Roadhouse in Twin Peaks we rummaged through the groove bag of time to reminisce about that time The Flaming Lips played Beverly Hills 90210 and more.
Russell Dean Stone
“just fucking do it” and 13 other creative life lessons from port eliot festival
Reflecting this year on youth activism, marching and protest, the fashion happenings in the Wardrobe Department at Port Eliot Festival were all about the power of joining in to make our world a brighter, more brilliant place.
why does fashion love eastpak backpacks so much? we asked raf simons
As the Belgian designer collaborates with the classic American bagmaker for the sixth time, we asked him about his love of the practical, normcore staple favoured by everyone from Vetements to your dad.
the hidden stories of the world's six-figure fragrances
These are the world's rarest, most elusive perfumes.
in 2017, derek jarman’s artistic and political vision is more important than ever
The legendary artist and director knew a thing or two about the politics of truth, long before the so-called post-truth era.
mental health; the issue that never quite was
Mental health is slowly being discussed in less defining – and damning – terms, but there is a still a huge lack of real support for sufferers. While self diagnosis, self medication and self help may benefit the department of health, there is an urgent...
sydney's ones to watch (after dark) — part two
Is Sydney waving or drowning? In part two of our look at the scene, we ask crucial players why the club will alway be worth the fight.
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