In celebration of Miu Miu's Women's Tales series, which celebrates female filmmakers, the Nigerian-born photographer trains her lens on the country's booming film industry, and the women within it. Photographed by Ruth Ossai. Fashion Editor: Daniel Obasi.
A tender tribute to the beloved “New York” magazine column, Sex Diaries, which asks an anonymous person (or in this case, personage) to record a few days from their sex life.
New creative energy at fashion houses both venerable and emerging means haute couture has a new audience. Here, the leading looks from Paris’ fall Couture Week as seen by our hyper-stylized, hyper-fictional correspondent Speranza Wilde.
Adébólá Ráyò remembers growing up with Nollywood films, and how women are behind its most exciting changes.
An excerpt from the Cy Twombly Award–winning poet’s latest book shows us how to refuse, reject, and rebel.
On the occasion of Swedish painter Hilma af Klint’s first major solo exhibition in the United States, which opens at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in October, we examine what contemporary artists can learn from this prescient visionary
Nineties art collective Bernadette Corporation is the influence behind a swath of New York art-house fashion brands. GARAGE captures the work of a new generation picking up where BC left off. Photographed by Annie Powers. Fashion Editor: Stella Greenspan.
From Alexander McQueen LED garments to poorly wired minidresses at Max’s Kansas City, GARAGE traces the history of clothes that lit up runways and red carpets.
GARAGE explores why the most terrifying thing about the creatures threatening world domination may be their poorly-tailored suits.
Kei Ninomiya, who began his career as a patternmaker at Comme des Garçons, has his own blossoming line under the brand’s banner. Photographed by Rinko Kawauchi. Fashion Editor: Matt Holmes.
California is the largest state to legalize recreational marijuana—and business is booming. But from rural Humboldt County to the city of Oakland, some are getting left behind. Photographed by Arden Surdam.
First published in Transmission Magazine, the afrofuturist author’s essay “The Lost Races of Science Fiction” resonates more than ever in today’s conversations around race and representation.