see cardi b as a giant hologram in the video for ‘girls’
“Girls just wanna have fun and have their funds right.”
"girls like us" magazine is imagining alternative futures for young women
Profiling pioneers like Juliana Huxtable and Chris Kraus, the small-press publication is capturing our social justice zeitgeist.
'step' is a riveting teenage dance film for the black lives matter movement
Amanda Lipitz's dance documentary 'STEP' shows how high school girls in Baltimore are using dance to turn their lives around.
rihanna is giving scholarships and bicycles to girls in malawi
Badgal continues to do remarkable good for global education.
photographing new york city teen girls in their bedrooms
"I wanted to highlight how powerful women are while they're in their most personal and private space."
jack antonoff on the creative women in his life
As we count down the days until the release of his second Bleachers record, "Gone Now," Jack discusses working with Lorde, his relationship with Lena Dunham, and why, in such a male dominated industry, he prefers working with women.
the glorious return of the female slacker
A trope that previously personified tired entitlement has evolved to address a new kind of woman on screen.
why the finale of 'girls' recreated the ending of the 1988 play 'the heidi chronicles'
The Pulitzer-winning playwright Wendy Wasserstein served as a strong inspiration for Lena Dunham’s last season of ‘Girls.’
evangeline davis creates tender portraits of new zealand adolescents
In her new book 'Touchy', the recent graduate is exploring the lovely awkwardness of being a girl.
the parallel lives of zosia mamet
As Girls comes to a close and Zosia Mamet prepares to play the ultimate New Yorker Patti Smith in the new Mapplethorpe biopic, we meet the actress to discuss the intersection between Horses and Hollywood.
lena dunham and jemima kirke join the lonely girls project
The friends and co-stars undress for the New Zealand label’s most recent campaign.
the she's have rocked san francisco since they were in middle school
When they started making dreamy pop-rock together, they were eleven. A decade later, The She's are still bringing an ever maturing sound to the San Francisco indie music scene.