Los Angeles-based duo The Garden released their debut album The Life and Times of a Paperclip in 2013.
In Praise of Fat Kicking off the second season of NOWNESS’ Define Beauty series, director James Lees explores the sensuality of fat featuring porn star Brock Avery and model Vanity Fox. “When do you ever see an overweight model being sexual?” asks Lees. “It’s almost as if it is taboo; deemed not something people want to see
For the past three years, Theaster Gates has been transforming Chicago’s deserted 17,000-square-foot Stony Island Trust & Savings Bank into the Stony Island Arts Bank.
Aimee DeBeer has already played at New York local favorites, including Pianos, Rockwood Music Hall, and Baby’s All Right, but here we’re pleased to announce her debut EP Strange Fiction and premiere “Oblivion,” her first official single.
Karl Lagerfeld's show this morning demonstrated once again – as if we needed reminding – that Chanel rules the world. Staged in the Grand Palais, transformed into a luxury Chanel Aeroport, Terminal Cambon, this was a seductive spectacle that revealed the global reach of…
Songhoy Blues: They Will Have To Kill Us First As they strum guitars at sunset in Bamako, capital of Mali, and the river Niger drifts lazily by, it is hard to imagine the horrors that once threatened Songhoy Blues. In 2012 they were forced from their homeland in the north of the country by Muslim fundamentalists, who banned music, burned radio stations and threatened to kill musicians.
Picture: Getty Images When jet-setting across the globe for photo-shoots and fashion shows is a job requirement, one must always be prepared. And no one knows that better than Karlie Kloss (who had stomped down 64 catwalks by her 16th birthday).
Tucked away on the ground floor of the Doubleday & Cartwright offices in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, an agency responsible for the groundbreaking and elegant sport-focused Victory Journal, and countless fine art-imbued commercial sports campaigns, Kimou “Grotesk” Meyer can be found in his studio making things. Lots of things…
As a child, Nepalese artist Tsherin Sherpa underwent six years of intensive training as a traditional Tibetan thangka painter with his father Master Urgen Dorje.
Whether you listen to drum and bass or not, you’ve probably heard of Rudimental.