You can get everything at Saks: Gucci, Prada, McQueen, NARS, even younger labels like Sandy Liang. And now, apparently, tattoos.
Yep, you read that correctly. Now, rapper Kendrick Lamar can add “Pulitzer Prize Winner” to his ever-expanding resume
Image by Andrea Rojas Busking – and fire dancing – around Paris and Amsterdam at just 16 years old, South African born singer-songwriter Alice Phoebe Lou earned her gravitas points very early on in life. Eventually settling in Berlin, and now just 24, she’s already a talent to be reckoned with – NPR enthusing that she is “An artist who feels destined for the stars.” Before she makes her way into the cultural stratosphere, BlackBook premieres here her dazzlingly dramatic new video for latest single “Devil’s Sweetheart.” The song itself – a duet with Bologna born singer and slide guitarist Olmo – is a spine-tingling study in fiery, visceral gothic blues (think Jack White / Mazzy Star)
You may not yet have heard of Sarah Mary Chadwick – but we’re happy to remedy that situation.
If you didn’t know it, Australians are actually very much into their hair – something which has led to some of the most innovative talent from there having been given the context and support for their ideas to genuinely thrive.
David Lynch’ dark, unsettling work has long held a special place in the hearts of cinephiles and outsiders.
With an understated intensity to his performances, Charlie Plummer knows how to hold an audience’s attention. He’s become a fierce young talent with roles in King Jack , The Dinner , and All the Money in the World .
After three decades of serving sophisticated Londoners and visitors from its idyllic locale along the Thames Wharf in Hammersmith, the River Cafe has achieved nothing less than mythic status. And on the occasion of its 30th birthday, what better gift could it bestow upon its devoted followers than a particularly stylish cookbook by Co-Founder-Chef-and-celebrity-in-her-own-right Ruth Rogers, affectionately titled River Cafe London: Thirty Years of Recipes and the Story of a Much-Loved Restaurant
Janelle Monáe has dropped yet another single from her hotly anticipated forthcoming new record Dirty Computer, out April 27. The new song, “I Like That,” is a slower track than some of her previous recent releases, which include the certified bop “Make Me Feel,” empowering rap “Django Jane,” and the gloriously femme “Pynk.” To be clear, yes, “Pynk” had the music video where Monáe wore vagina pants that Tessa Thompson stuck her head out of
Jodie Foster is the creepy hospital owner of our (scary) dreams in the new trailer for Hotel Artemis, written and directed by Iron Man 3’s Drew Pearce. The film tells the story of the Hotel Artemis: a secret hospital for criminals in the dystopian near future version of Los Angeles