Los Angeles

Fashion

Upbeat And Out of Sorts With Waggy Tee

Comme des Garçons and Eckhaus Latta's favorite DIY brand has its roots in Nevada and Arizona thrift stores.
Alex Ronan
4.15.19
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A Brief Interview With This Chanel Surfboard

We caught up with the board in between hitting the waves and the Juul.
Emma Specter
3.1.19
Art

'Jennifer Aniston’s Used Book Sale' Imagines The Tabloid Queen’s Library

A new installation by Los Angeles artist Kristen Morgin draws a bizarre, literary portrait of Aniston.
Osman Can Yerebakan
2.22.19
Art

North Korean Defector Artist Sun Mu’s Lost Utopias

The former propaganda artist for the DPRK regime now lives in South Korea, after swimming to freedom in the 1990s.
Lucy Tiven
2.21.19
Garage Magazine Issue 16

Photographer Paul Mpagi Sepuya's Blurred Lines

The celebrated artist created an exclusive portfolio for GARAGE Issue 16.
GARAGE Magazine
2.20.19
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Pharrell Joins GARAGE Magazine in Celebrating Alex Israel x RIMOWA

Alexandre Arnault and GARAGE's Mark Guiducci hosted a Hollywood crowd that included Pharrell, Billy Idol, and Alicia Silverstone. As if!
GARAGE Magazine
2.17.19
Garage Magazine Issue 16

The Trio Creating an L.A. Mecca for Celebrating Artists of Color

Mark Bradford, Allan DiCastro, and Eileen Harris Norton are the community catalysts behind Art + Practice.
Paige Katherine Bradley
2.8.19
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‘Mid90s’ Gets It Right: A Skate Betty Reviews Jonah Hill’s Film Debut

Costume designer Heidi Bivens combed through ’90s skate magazines for inspiration.
Zoe Dubno
10.23.18
sex scenes

Sex Scenes: LA Is a Lesbian

On queering the City of Angels in "Mulholland Drive."
Rachel Rabbit White
10.5.18
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Hedi Slimane Fully Roasted LA in His First Celine Interview

Et tu, Hedi?
Emma Specter
9.25.18
tee of the week

Tennis Is a Rarefied and Beautiful Art and Your T-Shirt Should Be, Too

Running is over. Tennis is in!
Chris Black
9.19.18
Art

The Artist Who Sees Your Flood of Pollution and Raises You a Wave of Symbolism

Jonny Negron is dealing with information overload and literal trash through his iconic paintings.
David Muenzer
8.21.18
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