At her directorial debut last night for @kenzo, Natasha Lyonne talked at length about her "husband" Chloe Sevigny, noting how great it was that after seeing her new film "Cabiria, Charity, Chastity" over 80 times, Chloe remained friends with her. @tesslomayer #polaroidoriginals#createoriginals
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Chicago rapper Vic Mensa considers Prince's "If I Was Your Girlfriend" one of his top #NYFW anthems. "I'm inspired by Prince on every level; the whole androgynous thing, the ambiguity in his gender and his foundation, it's amazing. That's the way I think about clothes, in relation to my personality and my life. It's just an extension of who I am, like a song." @tesslomayer #polaroidoriginals#createoriginals
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Actress and model Huma Qureshi feels it's important to tell stories that celebrate diversity—catch her acting on those beliefs in her latest film “Viceroy’s House,” out now. Here, @iamhumaq wears her favorite pieces from @jcrew's Fall Collection.
Illustration by @jennymwalton #TheJCrewFUNdamentals
Over the course of her new documentary, "Grace Jones: Bloodlight and Bami," the subversive 69-year-old songstress—who reminds us men should be penetrated at least once "so they know what it's like to receive"—reveals herself like she seldom has before. Catch the film at #TIFF on September 15.
At @eckhaus_latta'a #NYFW show this past weekend, erogenous zones—those sexy areas of the body just below the belly button, just above the buttcrack—were re-explored, re-configured and shown off by artists like India Salvor Menuez, Susan Cianciolo and Jane Moseley. The way Eckhaus Latta does sex, however, is arty. @thomas_mccarty
Helmed by designer Raffaella Hanley, @lou_dallas is a nascent New York label that eschews boredom in favor of an almost outrageous whimsy, and it's quickly becoming the most interesting young brand at #NYFW. See some of our exclusive Spring Collection photos here. @willwarasila
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Jill and Polly in the Bathroom, 1987
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During a conversation about her upcoming photo tome, the iconic American photographer recently told Interview, "I sometimes get commissioned to photograph families, and they see the results and say, 'Oh, I look terrible.' And that's when I realize the difference between the people I choose and the people who choose me."
Kali Uchis catapulted herself from obscurity in 2012 with the release of "Drunken Babble," a confident mixtape of genre-bending R&B recordings—and an accompanying series of self-produced videos—that caught the attention of Tyler, the Creator and Diplo. Now, following the release of her major-label debut and a tour that starts today, the 23-year-old Colombian-American artist just might become a pop star. @sebkimstudio
He left Vampire Weekend. He worked on records for Frank Ocean and Haim. Now Rostam Batmanglij is putting the focus back on himself with a debut solo album. Six years in the making, "Half-Light" is filled with lush details: closely mic'd vocals, picturesque scene-setting, weightless swells of strings, and electronic textures. @cararobbins
Repose en paix, Pierre Bergé. Pictured here with Yves Saint Laurent, his partner in business and in love, Bergé was also a friend of Andy Warhol. "[Warhol and I] met, we liked each other, we appreciated each other. He would come to us for Easter in Marrakech. In September we would meet up in Venice. And every time I went to New York I would spend some time with him at the Factory, where we would have dinner together. He’s a man that I admired deeply. He shook up the notion of painting—not as much as Duchamp had done, but he was part of the same general movement. And then we both admired art deco. We would go antique hunting in Paris together. It was I who found Fred Hughes his Paris apartment on the Rue du Cherche-Midi, where Warhol would stay." Courtesy of Magnum Photos