Friday, August 29, 2014 “My favorite zippered item is a pair of black leather boots—they’re a bit too 70s porno style for day wear, but I love the loud, screeching sound the industrial zippers make,” says Texan visual artist Trey Wright who created today’s pop serenade to the almighty zipper. Whether you’re looking to conceal, reveal, or quite simply, seal, the zipper has been an undeniably practical, and sometimes decorative, part of our everyday for over a century.
In Milan, an upcoming exhibition celebrates the muse and model Bettina, who reigned throughout the 1940s and ’50s.
The Outsiders are proud to present Endless Summer, a discerning and eclectic showcase of narrative studies by mixed-media artist Ian Francis.
The past few years have placed the emphasis on group mentality—whether it’s a mob, squad, or collective, it seems as though more artists are teaming up to form strong musical and personal bonds.
Thursday, August 28, 2014 Dana Lixenberg transports you to a series of evocative yet distinct locales in today’s third and final instalment of our Still Lives photography series. The Dutch artist is based in New York and has shot everyone from Puff Daddy to Carly Simon for such publications as The New Yorker and Time magazine. Yet she is increasingly renowned for her long-term projects such as Imperial Courts , which began as a commission on the aftermath of the Los Angeles Watts riots in 1993 and spans over 20 years
The iconic New York figurative artist, who is creating a mural on the High Line opposite the new site of the Whitney Museum of American Art, also reflects on Fassbinder and jazz.
In Kathryn Ferguson’s “Change is a Beautiful Thing,” shown here, five ladies prove that true gorgeousness comes from within.
A project from the photography duo of Herring & Herring, the issue, titled “Framed,” aims to cast familiar figures in an entirely new light.
“I feel no anxiety of influence,” explains Whit Stillman—writer, director, chronicler and coiner of the UHB —about his decision to set his new television show, The Cosmopolitans , among a group of young, attractive American expats in Paris.
If “I Want What You Have,” the latest single from Brooklyn trio Shining Mirrors sounds authentically lo-fi, that’s because it is.
On the last day of September, following the longest music-free spell in his 36-year career, Prince will release his 33rd and 34th studio albums.
As an artist, Jack Pierson has never limited himself, working in collage, photography, and sculpture, among other media.
Wednesday, August 27, 2014 Radiant model Amber Anderson and menswear face Hao Yun Xiang plunge into the bright lights and dark corners of L’Avenue Shanghai in Rencontre , the second short directed by Nathalie Canguilhem. Inspired by the luxury mall’s illuminated exterior and architecture centered around its hemispherical dome, the film is set to a hypnotic score by emerging French artist Liza Manili and maverick producer 1963
The artist hosted an event in Riverside Park in Manhattan that asked dancers to evoke seminal artistic periods, from the Renaissance to Abstract Expressionism.
Picture: Tom Allen for Harper's Bazaar We meet Justin Gelband of ModelFit – a New York-based company which takes a bespoke approach to healthy living, designing personalised nutrition and fitness programmes for a healthier, happier and more energised lifestyle. HB: Modelfit is about practicing smaller…
Picture: Miley Cyrus and Jeremy Scott at the 2014 MTV VMAs. Getty Images Miley Cyrus is teaming up with Jeremy Scott on a mysterious new project for New York Fashion Week. The designer revealed that they were working on something at the MTV Video Music…
Despite its title, Merchandise’s After the End isn’t an explicitly post-apocalyptic album—except in the sense, maybe, of a personal apocalypse.
Almost 15 years have passed since the release of Seven More Minutes , the second full-length album by the The Rentals. Today, Lost in Alphaville , the band’s third and most explosive offering yet, blasts its way into the public sphere.
Here, Argentine actress and star of FX’s The Strain talks to her friend and new labelmate, Canadian musician and Broken Social Scene member Feist.
In the video for “Vacation,” Bas, the 27-year-old Queens rapper best known for his affiliation with childhood friend and labelmate J. Cole, is standing in a subway car departing First Avenue and 14th Street