“Slick Rick…Miles Davis…03 Greedo…J Balvin…Marvin Gaye…Sarah Vaughn…” recites the hip-hop musician Anderson .Paak, thumbing through the most recently played albums on his iPhone. The succession of artists reads like a laundry list of the heteroclite elements—from rap to funk to soul—that have gone into his recently released album, Ventura .
Photo by Helena Christensen. Nanna Fabricius—or Oh Land, as her fans have come to know her—first stepped onto the music scene as a promising pop singer from a small town outside Copenhagen with her 2010 self-titled album . Much has changed since then, but Fabricius’s steadfast commitment to grinding her creative gears has not
Few shows in television history have inspired rabid fandom quite like Game of Thrones , with its penchant for sex, violence, and dramatic twists rousing many a heated internet debate. Fewer fans are as devoted to Thrones as its cosplayers, those who show their devotion to the series by wearing costumes to impersonate the likeness of a beloved character
With Mother’s Day and, finally, some spring weather upon us, this week brought some much-needed love and warmth to the City That Never Sleeps. Laura Dern premiered her new film Trial by Fire , in which she plays a Houston mom who develops an unlikely friendship with a prison inmate.
Photo by Markus&Koala. Forget what you think you know about Carly Rae Jepsen
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This week, all the world’s celebrities (save Rihanna) went camping . At this year’s Met Gala, Frank Ocean mingled with Jeff Bezos, Lizzo with Katy Perry (in a full cheeseburger getup) and Lady Gaga with her coterie of men with umbrellas, hoisting up a 25-foot-long train as she performed a four-act striptease on the pink carpet. Following the event, Kim Kardashian co-hosted a CBD-themed after party at Up&Down, while Ryan Murphy took a cadre of celebs to Hudson Yards
“Henry Kissinger Holding Forth, Washington D.C.,” c. 1976. Photograph by Bob Colacello.
Camp , at least this week, has invaded the sartorial psyche. With the opening of the Costume Institute’s Camp: Notes on Fashion, designers laced up their platform boots last night to transform celebrities into Barbie dolls , Disney princesses , Picasso paintings , and, in the case of Thom Browne’s design for Abbey Lee, a shimmery sea creature.