Pleasing a tried-and-true Trekkie isn’t easy, but that was the task set before Italian-Canadian filmmaker Floria Sigismondi in making the music video for “Sledgehammer,” Rihanna’s latest single.
Dip into skateboard culture with Alasdair McLellan and Lev Tanju: The Palace at the ICA.
Stranger Than Fiction: War & Cheese London-based director Ben Garfield talks about his film, War & Cheese , which tells the story of Oleg Sirota, a Russian man who took advantage of a cheese shortage (brought on by sanctions) by making his own: “Oleg’s story seems to bring out conflicting reactions in people.
Luxury kings Bottega Veneta’s series of collaborative campaigns continues (and you can go behind the scenes). Anyone familiar with Bottega Veneta and the visionary output of their Creative Director, Tomas Maier, will know that since the German designer joined the Italian fashion house back in 2001, every one of the seasonal campaigns have involved a collaboration with a visual artist.
Egor Tsodov and Michael Mann’s boys get lost in the desert in Cowboy Country.
Jessica Lange is about as accomplished as an actor can get. Earlier this month she completed the Triple Crown of Acting, receiving her first ever Tony Award for Best Actress in a Play to go along with her two Oscars and three Emmys
In 2001, three multi-instrumentalists came together and formed the eclectic rock band now known as Autolux.
Iris Smyles’s Dating Tips for the Unemployed (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt) is the author’s second novel starring her fictional alter ego.
Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros: Wake Up the Sun Berlin-based Israeli director Noaz Deshe—an acclaimed cinematographer known for his award-winning Ryan Gosling-produced feature White Shadow —talks about his video for Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros’s track “Wake Up The Sun.” “Outside Chișinău, the capital of Moldova, you find time stands still—communism and religion are still the backdrop of an identity not yet conquered by the east or the west. “It seems like any minute chain stores will spring up, but for now it is undefined by the powers that be.
Tune in to our roundup of all the menswear action in Paris. Well, that’s a wrap. The menswear shows are over for another six months, gorgeous guys and even more gorgeous clothes (if that’s even possible) are off our phone and computer screens for some time and we are left with only the tennis players at Wimbledon and the Olympic athletes to look at.