7 of the most fashionable cult horror films
Whether you're looking for costume inspiration or just some scarily good movies to binge, here are some under-the-radar choices.
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floria sigismondi's trippy new photo book features tilda swinton and bowie
'Eat the Sun' is a star-studded showcase of the director's provocative filmmaking and photography career.
remembering nicolas roeg: the cult filmmaker behind some of britain's most iconic movies
Following his passing at the age of 90 this weekend, revisit our interview with Nicolas Roeg, filmmaker behind some of Britain's most iconic movies including 'Performance' starring Mick Jagger, and 'The Man Who Fell To Earth' featuring an alien David Bowi
kansai yamamoto can’t name a single david bowie song
At the Brooklyn Museum last night, the radical Japanese designer talked making Bowie's most iconic costumes, and why he prefers color to music.
this magazine explores a new generation’s nostalgic yearnings for all-things 70s
From Leigh Bowery's love of trashy disco to David Bowie’s best looks, the re-emergence of Fiorucci and ABBA to a celebration of modern men with retro mustaches, 20-year-old Maisey Brown’s 'Hunky Dory' casts a millennial eye over the 70s.
you can buy david bowie nyc subway cards now
For a limited time, of course.
start preparing your look for this epic david bowie costume party
“Night of 1,000 Bowies” is coming to New York.
david bowie’s son launched a book club inspired by his dad
First on the list is Peter Ackroyd’s 'Hawksmoor,' 'as an amuse cerveau before we get into the heavy stuff,' Duncan Jones tweeted.
behind the scenes of 'the man who fell to earth'
Read an edited extract of an essay exploring the shooting of Nic Roeg’s classic 1976 sci-fi masterpiece "The Man Who Fell To Earth" and its lasting impact on the work of the film's star, David Bowie.
david bowie's character makes one final 'twin peaks' appearance
FBI agent Phillip Jeffries makes a (sort of) return.
unseen portraits of david bowie before stardom
In 1967, British photographer Gerald Fearnley captured the angel-faced music icon B.Z. (before Ziggy).
blue eyeshadow rules pop culture — but who actually wears it?
The shade is simultaneously clichéd and obscure.