Manolos? In A Museum?
Carrie Bradshaw would plotz.
On Google Street View, Gentrification, and London Street Art
The permanently closed Lord Napier pub in Hackney is a never-ending piece of community art, but how long can it stay that way?
Spice Up Your Life With the Fleshy and Obscene World of ‘Proudick’
Hannah Barry Gallery in London hosted an evening of cover songs, eating contests, odes to the menstrual cycle, and unmade beds.
Lost Photos From the Most Radical Hair Salon of ’80s London
“CUTS,” published by Tyrone Lebon and Michael Kopelman, celebrates a basement salon that became an alternative mecca for pop icons, fashion editors, and scrappy punk kids.
Burn Baby! Fire Outfits That Prove Summer Heat Is A Look
TELFAR and South African Band FAKA Set the Serpentine Galleries On Fire...Figuratively
For a sneak preview of his Spring 2019 collection, Telfar Clemens enlisted South African band FAKA to create an original performance that troubles the boundary between art and fashion.
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This Stylist Is Sidestepping the Thirst Trap to Show You A Glimpse of Her Soul
Jamie Maree-Shipton is using her Instagram powers for good: to put on London's most promising emerging designers.
LFW Photo Diary
The Weird and Wonderous World of London Fashion Week: A Photo Diary
It's no surprise London is still the most zero-fucks stop on the Fashion Month calendar. Photographer Sam Hiscox takes us backstage and to the street.
5 Exhibitions to See in London During Fashion Week
The city offers plenty of artistic diversions, including major new shows by Mark Dion and Yto Barrada.
A Soho House for Those Who Need to Self-Actualize
The design of a new private club and co-working space in London is based on Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs.
Three Painters Confront a Troubled Europe
Three new exhibitions in London by artists of African descent have special resonance in a period of worrying extremism throughout Europe.
"Usurp the Body, Become Your Avatar!" Meet the Post-Cyber Feminist Artists
"The clitoris is a direct line to the matrix." A forward-thinking conference at London's ICA offers plenty of ideas for an emancipated internet.