Parquet Courts want to see you shake your ass. The veteran art-rockers from Brooklyn are still cynical, still jaded, still crafting songs that mimic our worst tendencies with a sneer and a laugh, but on their sixth record Wide Awake! they’re having a blast doing it
A look here, port de bras there, the timing is off as they prepare to jeté in unison, they need to start again, just a few beats back. David Hallberg, 36, and Natalia Osipova, 32, are in the studio running the famous bench scene in Giselle over and over with ballet mistress Irina Kolpakova—their only rehearsal before dancing lead roles in the American Ballet Theatre production, which they’re dancing together tonight only. The exhaustion is palpable as they pause between reps, breathless and sweaty, but they choose to laugh during hiccups, teasing each other before hitting the choreography full throttle, no residue from the minute prior
Louis Vuitton has created the ultimate antidote to sports merch redundancy with a collection of sumptuous Keepals, Apollo bags and small leather goods. The capsule was made in celebration of the 2018 FIFA World Cup being held in Russia this year.
Shooting on the stairs to the Django jazz bar at The Roxy Hotel in New York City, as guests pass by, blinking incredulously on their way to the restroom, Natalie Dormer transitions in and out of character, telling them to go ahead before popping right back into a hand-in-the-hair pose and an I’m-hot-as-fuck-but-don’t-fuck-with-me gaze. It’s true—she’s hot as fuck and it’s also true that you probably shouldn’t fuck with her
Pam Autuori, who records as TOMI, first got her hands on a guitar when she was seven years old.
In collaboration with @velvetcoke , Obvious History is a weekly series which unearths forgotten moments in pop culture’s past, where the famous and the fascinating collided.
Bjarke Ingels doesn’t just plan buildings, he builds cities.
For those who are sick of dating apps, Helmut Lang is using an old-school tactic to help NYC singles find their matches, while simultaneously promoting their pre-fall line. The brand has never been afraid to experiment—Lang was the first designer to release a collection on the Internet as well as the first designer to advertise on top of New York taxi cabs —and this time around, the city-based label has recruited 12 single New Yorkers to pose for ads, clad in the latest collection. Each ad features the person’s name, age, and a blurb about what they’re looking for in a suitor.
Daniel Blumberg has released music in bands (Cajun Dance Party, Yuck), in duos (Heb-Hex, Guo), and under pseudonyms (Oupa, Hebronix), but never has his own name graced the cover of an album. Until now, at least
Adriana Lima by Patrick Demarchelier for Pirelli Calendar behind the scenes.