The boutique hotel in Upstate New York celebrates local artisans and creatives.
The artist spearheaded a group exhibition to support the East Hampton Guild Hall, with work by 60 artists, including Cindy Sherman, Eric Fischl, Ugo Rondinone, Shirin Neshat and Rashid Johnson.
The film, which was slated to premiere at SXSW in March, has been praised for relating to the anxiety of the pandemic.
The woman behind popular Instagram accounts ScorpioMystique and KnowTheZodiac shares her most asked questions, Scorpio placements and why she created an EP of mantras.
The 29-year-old author discusses her much-anticipated debut novel.
Jones captured them all on camera — Boris Johnson, David Cameron and Hugh Grant — when they were unknown students cutting loose at Oxford University, in black tie, white tie — or leopard print.
In honor of the release of her latest album “Folklore,” a fashion flashback through Taylor Swift’s career.
The weeklong exhibition includes work from over 55 Detroit galleries and institutions, along with video screenings and discussions.
The musician found success as a songwriter for some of today’s biggest stars, and now she goes back to her roots with her own original work.
The award-winning film available on Netflix highlights stylist Misa Hylton and Walkerwear founder April Walker and their impact on fashion.
Demi Moore has teamed with director Shana Feste to create “Dirty Diana,” a sex-positive podcast that centers on depicting female pleasure through the female gaze.
The film, which stars Rosamund Pike, explores the adversity Curie faced as an immigrant and woman, as well as the aftermath of her scientific discoveries.
The actor stars in Netflix’s new fantasy series opposite Katherine Langford.
The British actress stars in a miniseries adaptation of Aldous Huxley’s novel for NBC’s streaming service.
For Milan digital fashion week, if you can’t go to the Italian fashion capital, then let it come to you — with a click.
Amoako Boafo was the talk of the town at Art Basel Miami Beach, where his collaboration with Dior men’s designer Kim Jones began.
The “Breakfast” author enlisted Shepard Fairey’s design studio to create female cereal mascots with human emotions.