From a niche hobby to making its debut at the 2020 Olympics, pulling plastic has become a millennials' obsession. Here we meet four climbers who have their eyes on the prize (the top!)
The latest TV drama from Russell T. Davies is an Eighties-set exploration of queer boys on the cusp of the rest of their lives – and of the AIDS crisis. It’s bold, vibrant and groundbreaking. We go on set, meet the creator and his cast, and ask: why did it take so long?
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Dr Brain director Kim Jee-woon on Squid Game, Hellbound, Parasite and the South Korean screen revolution.
He was the hottest skatewear designer in Lagos. Now he’s the hottest artist in London, with a following of thousands who will literally fight each other to own one of his paintings. But is Olaolu Slawn just taking the piss? (A little bit, but we’re into it.)
Once you’ve inhaled more art than you can handle at Art Basel Miami Beach, be sure to visit these top spots in the Magic City.
Popcorn and negronis at the ready.
Screen Time: From Gaga’s Gucci extravaganza to soft-launch Christmas content to drip feed you some festive feels, here are the week’s best watches.
From boy talk with Serena and Venus, to pulling pranks on Will Smith, the 14-year-old fills us in on how she stepped into the shoes of tennis’ GOAT.
From the pink polka-dot dress to the crimson bodysuit, House of Gucci costume designer Janty Yates explains how she masterminded the Gucci dynasty's key looks.
The 21-year-old actor stars as a young Paolo Sorrentino in The Hand Of God, a film inspired by a tragedy in the Italian director's youth.
Over lockdown earlier this year, Lauren Maccabee turned the camera on herself, embodying different types of music fans for her photostory In Concert.
The pair’s collaborative photobook is a sexy, intimate and irreverent reimagining of the folk tales they grew up with. You’ve never seen anything like it.
Best known for being the youngest person to shoot a Vanity Fair cover (with Billie Eilish, no less), the photographer releases his photo series 6 7 today, as a homage to his grandmother and Black joy.
Founded in 2017, the magazine, agency and community is carving out a space in media for women of Middle Eastern, North African and South Asian heritage. With their latest issue “The Rituals” out now, we find out how the team makes it all happen.
Because who doesn’t love a Nineties scandal given the splashy telly treatment?
The Fence is London’s second-best magazine: an independent quarterly that publishes witty essays, sketches, investigations and insider accounts of powerful institutions. So when it came to deciding who we should send to cover October’s Frieze Art Fair, there was only one place to call.
Over 2000 fans gathered for the UK drill star's first ever headline gig.
Five Things: The Amazon Prime fantasy epic star also opens up about learning how to sword-fight and the most treasured items he’d most probably save if his house caught on fire.