Young Boy Dancing Group debuted in 2014, when—to a packed and sweaty Club Silencio, pulsing with techno edits of Enya—its founding performers inserted lime green lasers into their anuses and swiveled around the room. Since then, the performance troupe has traveled the world, perfecting and amplifying its routine at underground and institutional venues alike, writhing elegantly in tattered clothing through spaces drenched in fake fog
Chair Oyinkan’s own.
Allie X performing in the Sapphire Room at Holy Mountain. As most of New York City prepared to call it a night on Friday, Ladyfag — the patron saint of New York City nightlife — and her army of queer iconoclasts were ready hit the town. With their event “Brave New World,” they took over the East Williamsburg warehouse Avant Gardner to ring in the rebirth of Holy Mountain, the famed monthly nightlife spectacular, and the long-lived legacy of Lady herself
Grace wears Bikini Bottom and Gloves by Norma Kamali. Bodysuit by Dior
Bregoli wears Jacket by Balmain. Earrings by Area. More than two years since she became an internet star—by threatening bodily harm to an entire studio audience on an episode of Dr
MUSIC:RESPONSE Stalking the streets of Soho talking to Florry ‘s Francie Medosch, the lead singer of the Philadelphia-based punk band.
Art by Jack Vhay. As 2018 comes to a clamorous, commercialized end, we’ve put together a multi-part holiday gift guide in preparation for the year to come. Gifting a scent is a well-intended endeavor inherently fraught with peril. What — besides perhaps lingerie or any accessory of the boudoir — is more deeply personal, loaded with signifiers, and fully responsible for a first impression
Finding something new and exciting to watch has become a momentous task, no matter how much effort streaming giants, cable TV networks, and The Big Three (CBS, NBC and ABC) put into creating grade-A content; it’s easy to stay within the confines of the binge comfort zone, watching aimlessly as an entire season of Friends unravels before your eyes. From addictive reality television to decadent period pieces, there’s a show for everyone. Yet the question remains: What should you actually watch?
Meeting Sandi Tan is what I imagine meeting a detective or an investigative journalist just off a big break must be like — wired and relieved, but still churning over the essential details of their mystery. The filmmaker and writer was doing just this, with an energy that was tinged with self-doubt and assertiveness, when I met her at a sterile Soho hotel this past November.
Romain wears Shorts by Prada. Underwear and Jewelry Romain’s own.