Be the first to see the the icon’s eclectic pieces
David Bowie, famous as a musician, actor and cultural icon, had a lesser known identity: art collector. “The only thing I buy addictively is art,” Bowie told the BBC in 1999. With the help of Sotheby’s, Bowie’s personal collection of artwork will be available for public viewing starting this ... More
The model channels her inner “Goth Goddess” for Marc Jacobs' fall 2016 campaign
Kendall Jenner joins unexpected muses Marilyn Manson, Courtney Love, Sissy Spacek, Juno Temple and more in a gothic campaign for Marc Jacobs fall 16. With bleached brows, smoky eyes and wild, crimped hair, Jenner looks nothing like the fresh-faced model we’ve come to know.
This isn’t the first ... More
A nightmarish home invasion last spring in the heart of the capital's most secure enclave left four people gruesomely killed. As investigators scramble to solve the mystery, questions about a possible motive multiply
The calls began at 1:24 p.m. on Thursday, May 14, 2015. Reports of smoke and flames coming from the upstairs windows of a mansion near Embassy Row. This in itself is not a typical call for the Washington, D.C., Fire Department. There are some things that just don’t ... More
Buy a dress and raise awareness for gender inequality
Rallier, a New York-based contemporary womenswear label, launched its very first (dresses-only) collection today. The feminine designs—made from a signature cotton fabric in partnership with a leading Japanese fabric mill—are simple and classic with accents of tropical Italian wool throughout.
Just as noteworthy as the chic silhouettes is the ... More
Burberry and Tom Ford lead the pack in radically altering the calendar
Designers are beginning to reconsider their approach to the traditional concept of seasonal fashion. To date, the general public has only been able to buy collections six months after they premiered on the runway. But that’s no longer the case.
Today, Burberry announced its plans to show seasonless men’s ... More
Star choreographer Benjamin Millepied resigns as dance director of the prestigious company
Benjamin Millepied is bidding farewell to the Paris Opera Ballet.
The Black Swan choreographer (and husband to Oscar-winning actress Natalie Portman) has resigned as the POB's director of dance after a little more than a year in the role. In a statement posted to his Twitter account Thursday, Millepied cited personal ... More
Farfetch has had a rather busy week.
The online fashion marketplace—that’s also partnered with more than 400 independent designer boutiques across the world—is launching beauty and kids wear lines on February 29 and March 1, respectively.
“We’ve come a long way from where we started and are proud to ... More
For over six decades the Bentley Continental has occupied the sweet spot between performance and stately, grand touring luxury. We had the opportunity to test drive both the most recent two-door, four-seater Continentals in Napa Valley—the GT Speed with a 6.0 litre twin turbocharged W12 engine and the ... More
The legendary supermodel won’t be posing for the cameras anymore, but that doesn’t mean she’ll be out of the spotlight
On February 20th Cindy Crawford will turn 50 (though ever the beauty icon, it’s impossible to tell) and she’d like to finally put an end to her modeling days.
"I'm sure I'll have my picture taken for 10 more years, but not as a model anymore. And that's OK. I've ... More
The cutting-edge carmaker trumpets the prowess of its improved semi-autonomous driving software
Tesla’s take on the classic line “Jeeves, bring the car around” sadly does not include a nattily dressed butler in tails. It does, however, boast upgraded software, Tesla Version 7.1, which allows one to summon their car from the garage or have it park itself and shut down upon returning ... More