Anime

Fashion

Shii Said is the lingerie ready-to-wear label inspired by cosplay

CSM grad Shi Fan tells us how anime, fetishwear and ‘going out’ have inspired her gender-fluid designs.
Zoë Kendall
5.5.20
Film

How anime is trying to save the planet

Films by Makoto Shinkai and Studio Ghibli's Hayao Miyazaki vividly capture nature’s beauty while conveying a call for action that echoes the demands of climate activists around the world.
Hannah Weiss
3.18.20
Culture

The Black creatives changing the face of cosplay

Faced with a racist obsession with "accuracy", Black cosplayers are fighting to prove that cosplay applies to all and not just some.
Shakeena Johnson
2.21.20
News

Here’s when each Studio Ghibli film will hit Netflix in 2020

All but one will be available to stream soon.
Douglas Greenwood
1.20.20
Culture

How cartoons became the ultimate acid trip

From Belladonna of Sadness to Rick & Morty, international animation has fallen deep down the rabbit hole of psychedelia.
Sam Davies
1.15.20
News

Studio Ghibli is working on two new films in 2020

Including Hayao Miyazaki’s first feature film since coming out of retirement 🙌
Jenna Mahale
1.2.20
News

studio ghibli movies are coming to streaming services for the first time

Hayao Miyazaki-helmed animation house to break digital embargo in 2020 with HBO hook-up.
Owen Myers
10.18.19
Culture

what ‘cowboy bebop’ can teach us about friendship and loneliness

20 years after its release, Shinichiro Watanabe’s critically-acclaimed series remains a landmark in anime.
Gunseli Yalcinkaya
12.21.18
News

jaden smith is back in the 'neo yokio' christmas special

Vetements x Mt Sinai? Consider us deceased.
Jack Sunnucks
12.11.18
News

studio ghibli's wonderful soundtracks are being released on vinyl

You've watched it, worn it and now you can spin it.
Briony Wright
9.12.18
Culture

the best anime with strong female leads according to reddit

Because Princess Mononoke slays.
Annie Lord
8.6.18
Culture

how anime inspired a generation of misfit fashion

Long before Supreme x 'Akira', Japanese shōjo magazines served as an antidote to normie culture, particularly for American kids growing up in the suburbs.
Sydney Sweeney
7.31.18
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