the people shaping the fashion industry right now
From dancers to designers, filmmakers to photographers, Olivia Rose and Ai Kamoshita shoot the industry's rising stars in portfolio of fashion, now.
zachary chick's year in photos
New found serenity, Mexico, Tommy Genesis, London, Texas. This is 12 months in the life of photographer Zachary Chick.
the earthwise issue
how 'hereditary' took alex wolff to hell
From child star to scream king, 20-year-old Alex Wolff is the breakout star of this year’s most talked about horror film, 'Hereditary'.
curtis harding makes otherworldly, synth-heavy soul
Atlanta’s soul powerhouse returns with a bold new psychedelic sound.
patti cake$'s danielle macdonald on the importance of breaking the mould
Fresh from her stellar performance in Geremy Jasper’s new coming-of-age film, 'Patti Cake$,' Australian actress Danielle Macdonald reflects on the politics of body image.
mamoudou athie on patti cake$ and what representation means to him
Playing Grandmaster Flash in Baz Lurhman’s 'The Get Down,' and Basterd, the Antichrist in 'Patti Cake$,' Mamoudou Athie is an actor who wants to create conversation on-screen and off.
japanese music legend ryuichi sakamoto on why the perfect album can't exist
A conversation with the Japanese musical legend as he appears at the Park Avenue Armory and readies his latest release, 'Async'.
smart girl club: meet princess nokia and two of the most important women in her life
Destiny Frasqueri, or Princess Nokia to you and me, makes music that’s rooted in the colorful pockets of New York City that raised her and often inspired by the two women she’s closest to, Gia and Rafa.
waiting a lifetime: splashh frontman sasha carlson on his eagerly anticipated sophomore album
The ringleader of beloved Aussie-via-London rockers Splashh takes a deep dive into his forthcoming record — from getting inspired by the Cocteau Twins to tapping fashion’s most major models of the moment as vocalists.
the lemon twigs are out of this world
The Lemon Twigs are Brian and Michael D’Addario, stylish teen brothers from Long Island whose gloriously retro-tinged rock ‘n’ roll sounds like the past, infused with the future.
japanese breakfast makes beautifully complicated shoegaze, inspired by personal loss
Musician Michelle Zauner speaks about losing her mother to cancer and crafting an outstanding debut record by revisiting the homemade tracks she penned during darker days.