“Into” is a series dedicated to objects, artworks, garments, exhibitions, and all orders of things that we are into — and there really isn’t a lot more to it than that.
Denise Richards wears a mini Mount Rushmore in “Drop Dead Gorgeous,” 1999. “Into” is a series dedicated to objects, artworks, garments, exhibitions, and all orders of things that we are into — and there really isn’t a lot more to it than that. Today: Our Senior Market Editor, Sarah Brody, reflects on Dee Hilfiger’s all-American moment at the 2019 Met Gala. I’m into Dee Hilfiger’s 2019 Met Gala look because she is, quite literally, dressed as the American flag .
Divine’s own brand of camp set the culture on fire. Photo from the February 1998 cover of Interview. Collage by Jack Vhay.
It’s finally May , and that means gala season is in full swing. Chloë Sevigny, Cara Delevingne, and more turned out for the Tribeca Film Festival.
The photographer David Drebin has been hustling, like most New Yorkers do, for a very long time—25 years to be exact.
All Clothing by Prada.
When Christina Quarles was born, in Chicago in 1985, her parents could only assign her one race on her birth certificate.
Among the white walls of the galleryverse, the artist Urs Fischer’s works are colorful, colossal, ever playful, and always a little enigmatic.
Hans wears underwear by Calvin Klein Underwear. Jeans by Carhartt Wip.
Paige Powell with Andy Warhol. Once upon a time, in the disco ball-refracted distant past of 1980, a girl from Oregon headed to New York City with dreams of bumping elbows with Andy Warhol and Jean-Michel Basquiat. Her wish came true — and with flying colors.