mariah carey’s 'obsessed' was a precursor to the #metoo movement
It's been 10 years since its release but Mariah Carey’s ‘Obsessed’ still resonates today.
what the moby/natalie portman drama says about gender power dynamics
And the wider male insistence on beauty (and youth) being a form of power used over them.
Marie Le Conte
why the dominatrix has made a whip-cracking return to the runways
From Christopher Kane to Alexander McQueen, it seems that kink is on the mind.
kering is pledging to only hire models over the age of 18
With a stable of luxury brands that includes Balenciaga, Saint Laurent and Gucci, the decision marks a major step forward for models’ rights.
weyes blood is searching for meaning in the chaos of modern life
On her new album 'Titanic Rising' she reclaims the famous disaster as a metaphor for environmental destruction.
kering foundation executive director celine bonnaire on a decade of fighting violence against women
Since 2008 the Kering Foundation has been supporting international programs that prevent domestic and sexual violence. This year, in a post #MeToo climate, their focus turns to Gen Z.
femme-run labels are the future of the music industry
Suzi Analogue, Bunny Michael, Hether Fortune, and Fielded are bucking the traditional music label system — and breaking up the industry boys' club.
this documentary examines why women don’t report sexual assault
Jade Jackman’s new project aims to dismantle the discourse around what makes a ‘good’ victim.
rebecca traister wants women to stay furious
The acclaimed author talks to i-D about her new book, #MeToo, and the looming threat of Brett Kavanaugh.
alunageorge's emotional new song is about finding true happiness
As the UK duo drops 'Superior Emotion' with Cautious Clay, singer Aluna Francis talks returning to AlunaGeorge's indie beginnings — and how music helped her through her own #MeToo moment.
r.i.p. to woody allen's movie with timothée chalamet and selena gomez
'A Rainy Day in New York' has reportedly been axed by Amazon Studios.
the problem with ryan murphy's ‘consent’
No, you should not make a fictionalized show about the #MeToo movement.