A cover with Travis Scott is a new kind of moment for the magazine.
With the latest journal in fine art bookstores, the photographer plans to debut his documentary about the actor Robert Mitchum, “Nice Girls Don’t Stay for Breakfast” in Paris.
Columbia has not provided any apparel for any of the “Star Wars” films, but this is the brand’s third collection.
The three-time, Oscar-winning costume designer has curated a limited-edition collection inspired by the film for Trunk Club clients.
In pursuit of new audiences, beauty brands are passing the aux cord to streaming services for both advertising and content creation.
The new exhibition is a bit of a homecoming for Stefan Sagmeister who was born in Austria and studied in Vienna before relocating to New York.
From the shadows of a New York City record store and within the archives of West End, the synthpop duo comprised of Alex Frankel and Nick Millhiser are bringing disco back into the spotlight.
Having trained under Gus Peterson, Elgort defined his own work with a breakout snapshot style shoot for British Vogue in 1971.
Gender-fluid models and binary fashion are omnipresent, but an upcoming museum exhibition will underline the history of such topics.
The country music singer’s “Ticket to L.A.” will be released on Dec. 7.