Despite the hubbub over her first major (and majorly titillating) film, actress Stacy Martin would still rather eat chocolate in bed than go to a party.
Model Cheyenne Maya Carty has a passion for physics (and hair that defies it).
For singer-songwriter Rosie Lowe, music was always the answer.
Tech-and-art-saavy Julia Kaganskiy steps into the future as the director of The New Museum’s incubator project.
Multidisciplinary artist Victoria Fu finds her creative sweet spot by meshing experimental film, photography, pop-culture, and traditional painting.
Annie Lederman may have a lot of skeletons in her closet, but this comedian isn’t afraid to mine her hilarious misadventures for laughs.
For filmmaker Desiree Akhavan, a rocky high school experience culminated in a life-changing creative awareness.
Sarah Hyland transforms from a family gal into a nerd-hot bloodsucker in Vampire Academy.
The must-have jacket for spring? The moto. Lucky for you, we have lots, from floral and fabric-blocked to tie-dyed and textured crepe. Here, actress Jessica Stroup, star of Fox’s The Following, puts them to the test.
Can’t remember what you wore last week? Still trying to find that skirt you spotted on the street yesterday? There’s an app for that. Here are the best fashion apps that will change your wardrobe—for the better.
One person’s nostalgic, kitschy junk is photographer Sara Cwynar’s beloved treasure.
All of a sudden, Activewear is everywhere. Do try and keep up, won’t you?
BFFs Charly and Margaux—but you can call them by their band moniker mashup, Chargaux—balance each other perfectly in life and in music.
Singer-songwriter Emilie Kahn spent years searching for her spirit instrument and found all the answers she was looking for in a harp.
For New York City Ballet soloist Lauren Lovette, being in the moment means living out her dreams every day.
This season is about new beginnings. It’s about refined neutrals and on-point pastels, luxurious fabrics and feminine silhouettes. And it’s about wearing it all with just the right amount of attitude. Spring at Aritzia looks like this.
A typical day for multidisciplinary artist Albane Guy entails meeting with clients, cutting wood for a Yeti, and tossing back a nightcap in an igloo.
Evie Falci channels the fashion gods to create her meditative, eye-popping canvases.