Volume 4 Issue 3: Preview Supreme’s SS20 collection, as seen on a cast of London’s hot young artists, musicians, skateboarders and designers.
Homoerotica’s late, radical master arrives in London for the first time, in the year of his centennial. His partner, Durk Dehner, talks to us about the fascinating life of the subversive artist who helped liberate gays in the 20th century.
On his new album he sets out his plans to create a new world for the displaced – a no man’s land in between “us” and “them”. Here, the actor, musician, poet and political activist talks of finally feeling like himself.
The late singer is currently touring Europe as a ghostly digital reincarnation. It’s not right, but is it okay? Houston’s hologram stylist tells us more.
The Athens-born designer created a Garden of Eden orgy for her AW20 presentation. But why so wet?
The New York-based photographer shot 26 kids on his tiny Caribbean island in the hopes of proving to them that anything is possible. Aww.
The NYC photographer is used to shooting some of the biggest names in Celeb-town. Now she's focussing on her Dominican roots in new exhibition, PAMPARA.
Since presenting her Central Saint Martins BA collection in 2018, the Canadian designer has been heralded as the “one to watch” by every fashion critic under the sun. Two years on, she’s back with her MA collection.
Yuhan Wang, Ashley Williams, Richard Malone, Charlotte Knowles, Matty Bovan, Fashion East, Marques'Almeida, Molly Goddard, Mimi Wade, Richard Quinn, MM6 Margiela and JW Anderson.
The founder of the Voluntary Human Extinction Movement has a radical solution to saving the planet: the phasing out of humans – all of us. Is he mad or actually onto something?
The Swedish designer featured a makeshift “Joe Orton studio flat” in his AW20 collection. Here, we discuss the influence Orton had on the designer, and what the late playwright would make of today’s queer landscape.
A diamond-encrusted roadsign for AJ Tracey, a blinged-out mousetrap for K Trap and visits from Manchester’s finest, Aitch. Welcome to A Jewellers.
The gender-fluid stage tale featuring heroes, heroines, infidelity and obsession is a choreographed force from Holly Blakey.
Last year the London-based artist planted a phonebox in Dungeness, Kent for Brexiteers, Remainers and those in the foggy middle to leave anonymous messages for Europe. They’ve been collected and compiled into a film. Watch it here.
Nicolas Ghesquière references the low-brow, sci-fi and horror comics of the 1950s and ’60s in the new Louis Vuitton lookbook and it’s three-thumbs-up from us.
Because we’re so good to you, here are our top picks from the Men’s AW20 shows, featuring Martine Rose, Raf Simons, Rick Owens, Dior and more.
Help Tilda Swinton, Jeremy Deller, Wolfgang Tillmans and more in preserving the legacy of Britain’s influential gay artist.
Forget the looks yo-yoing up and down the runway, this is what people were wearing in Paris after dark when the shows were done.
Sankuanz, Off-White, JW Anderson, Y-Project, Valentino, Raf Simons, Rick Owens, Louis Vuitton, Berluti, GmbH, Dior, Vetements, Balmain, Loewe, Sacai, Jacquemus, Lanvin, Craig Green, Ludovic De Saint Sernin, Acne Studios and Alyx.