charlotte knowles is dressing the femininity of the future
In the first in a series of pieces profiling the young design talent presented in 1 Granary’s second VOID exhibition, we meet Charlotte Knowles.
legendary photographer albert watson on shooting the new pirelli calendar
As the 2019 calendar launches, we spoke to Albert about shifting the calendar away from its pin-up past and his advice to Pirelli calendar photographers of the future.
william strobeck’s new supreme skate film 'blessed' is a masterpiece
We chat to the filmmaker about his skateboarding magnum opus three years in the making.
can virgil abloh conquer the art world?
"Three years ago no one in fashion wanted me to be in fashion. Now I turn up and they're like ‘It's Virgil the famous fashion designer’."
we talk to jamie hawkesworth about his new exhibition
'A Blue Painted Fence' explores the energy of people and places from across Kenya, Louisiana, Romania and beyond.
the journey of jamie hawkesworth
From shooting in Preston Bus Station to exhibiting in a 17th Century Dutch residence, Jamie Hawkesworth’s photography has journeyed across the globe documenting the gentle grit and glamour of real life.
open-hearted (and underwater) with michèle lamy
Artist, shaman, businesswoman: trying to define Michèle Lamy remains impossible, and perhaps it would not be fair or respectful to do so.
Gloria Maria Cappelletti
how wolfgang tillmans and nasir mazhar reimagined 'war requiem' for 2018
In a groundbreaking restaging by the English National Opera, photographer Wolfgang Tillmans and designer Nasir Mazhar provide the artistic direction and costumes for Benjamin Britten's pacifist masterpiece 'War Requiem'.
rapper rico nasty is the invincible role model she never had
"Some days I wake up and want to fucking die, but if you want to get your prophecy, you have to work for it."
sunny suljic is the skate-obsessed star of 'mid90s'
The 13-year-old actor had been skating for nearly a decade when he was scouted by Jonah Hill at his local LA skate park.
how val garland became one of fashion’s most requested make-up artists
her new book, ‘Validated’, charts the make-up mastermind’s 25-year career
den-mate makes moody electro-pop to help herself heal
On her deeply personal album 'Loceke', Jules Hale turns a traumatic life period into narrative songs that strike right at the heart.
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