The story of how two teen girls came to dominate the video-sharing app by dancing the Renegade.
Volume 4 Issue 2: The 25-year-old Canadian actor on making waves and making Waves.
Susanna Kaysen’s mental ward memoir was adapted into one of the most harrowing female-led films of the last 30 years. Director James Mangold and key members of the film’s crew look back on its making.
This New Yorker is a diamond in the ruff, and his brief appearance in the Safdie brothers’ heart-pounding new film takes the insanity to a whole new level.
Volume 4 Issue 002: With roles in Yoga Hosers, The King and the upcoming Dreamland, the French-American is following in the fairytale footsteps of her earliest acting influence, Catherine Deneuve.
When Gary can’t reach the lock in Arthur Fleck’s apartment, the Joker just… lets him out?
The Australian singer has opened for Shawn Mendes, been praised by Elton John, and is about to detonate like a dormant pop land mine.
The Sonic Youth frontwoman and her daughter – an artist and model – size up each other’s work.
In a novel new case, a man was arrested after discerning his idol’s location by zooming into high-res photos of her eyes. But is this the new normal?
The 19-year-old actor has a pretty freaky student-teacher relationship in season two of the popular Italian Netflix series.
What do the new Tiffany & Love fragrances sound like? Smell like? What would Tilda Swinton say about them?
The British multimedia artist uses collage, cowboy movies and sculpture to dissect and process our digital identities.
Volume 4 Issue 001: The Euphoria star and streaming queen took the highway to hell city and hasn’t looked back.
The amazing Face “click to reveal the answer” interview.
Newly minted TikTok star Cayley Boyd became an overnight cewebrity, simply by documenting her mandatory grills.
Volume 4 Issue 001: Featuring fan fiction levels of adoration from Stevie Nicks, Elton John and Alessandro Michele. Read the full interview now.
A deep dive into Roy Liebenthal’s East Village restaurant that defined ’90s New York, from the regulars who made it rule.
He spent two years living in the woods, away from society, and has emerged fully intact with an explosive sound. But exactly who is iZNiiK?
Art director Michael Krantz recalls the head-spinning days of putting together the sets for Gregg Araki’s Gen X road movie.
The actor is in a new film called The Mountain, a slow burn about a doctor and his assistant who travel across the country and perform lobotomies.
Take a tour through, TikTok, pop culture’s new Wild West and Vaquera designer Patric DiCaprio’s favourite time-sucking obsession.