A queercore king grows up.
A photographic archive of lesbian communities from the 1960s and ‘70s is finally revealed.
It has taken years of experiments to form the current version of Kelela, one of R&B’s most exciting artists. And she’s not done yet.
Eileen Fisher and Emily Bode discuss what it takes to be truly eco-friendly designers.
Working to create a space where Palestinians are free to dream, Noura Erakat challenges perceptions by owning her identity as a logical human being.
How Karen Wong is bridging the gap between book smarts and street smarts.
Samuel Drira and Hed Mayner discuss their symbiotic–and fruitful–relationship.
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This 19-Year-Old Multidisciplinary Artist and Musician is Ready to Change the Game
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Meeting Oskar Metsavaht, the cultural king of Rio de Janeiro.
Samantha Nutt’s fight for long-term change in war-torn countries.
An enchanting wash of sound and color, Kelly Lee Owens’ music is a natural fit for the runway.
Roberto Carlos Lange has always been a music producer.
Daphne Guinness takes us into the light.
Multidisciplinary artist, poet, and filmmaker IggyLDN recasts the archetype of the young black man, starting with himself.
Parker Kit Hill is finally stepping out of the box, and there is no perimeter in sight.
Bryndon Cook, a.k.a. Starchild & the New Romantic, curates soulful energy with a message.
Pyer Moss designs for an atmospherically changing world.
The designer duo—and alter egos—behind Death to Tennis won’t be conforming to the norms of fashion and creation anytime soon.
Quinn Shephard knew what she wanted at the age of 15 when she began writing the screenplay for Blame, her feature film premiering at New York’s Tribeca Film Festival this month.
Bhumika Arora @ The Society
After years running with the pack, Luke James is ready for his Alpha moment.
Nykhor Paul, Atong Arjok, Mari Malek & Mari Agory share an important goal: helping South Sudan regain its promise of freedom and unity.
Max Poglia celebrates the beauty in simplicity by making heirloom-quality goods that only get better with age.