the fall issue
hillier bartley is redefining what it means to be sexy
Once a rebel, always a rebel. Challenging the unwritten rules of the industry, Hillier Bartley is the defiant new label fronted by two of fashion’s most influential contemporary designers.
Anders Christian Madsen
face up to the future
12 of our favorite new faces from around the world sound off on the gender stereotypes we need to overcome.
Alasdair McLellan and Benjamin Bruno take Saskia De Brauw on an Ancient Greek Odyssey.
meet the new generation of photographers exploring sexuality
Here are the young photographers documenting the way we love now, in Melbourne, New York, London and Los Angeles.
pretty girl rock
Introducing Harleth, Amalie, Marland and Misha, they're so very fly, oh my, it's a little bit scary! Angelo Pennetta and Poppy Kain shoot the season's freshest faces as rock stars. Don't hate them 'cause they're beautiful...
actress kiersey clemons sounds off on race and feminism
The American actress joins the conversation on gender narrative and black politics in film.
visionaries steven klein and françois nars collaborate to take our faces to amazing places
Steven Klein and François Nars' new make up collection is not for wallflowers.
10 fresh faces sound off on gender and sexuality
What's the biggest gender stereotype we need to overcome? We ask the girls, boys, girls who look like boys and boys who look like girls what needs to change in 2015.
grace wales bonner's new vision of the black male identity
You can spend hours peeling back the layers of Grace Wales Bonner’s world and still find that something more wondrous lies beneath…
from russia with love
Gosha Rubchinskiy presents us with a snapshot of his world. As he photographs the boys of Moscow, take a deep dive into the post-soviet underground.
adèle exarchopoulos has beautiful things to say about love
We chat to the French actor about gender expectations, and how to free the world from them.
ain’t gender a drag?
Gender is the hottest topic on celebrity lips, but what does it actually mean? It’s time to integrate the work of gender theorists into the blossoming cultural conversation.