Following his return from North Korea, Dennis Rodman gives a candid interview about his travels
In an exclusive interview with DuJour, Dennis Rodman opens up about his most recent trip to North Korea--one that has left onlookers confused and with many questions.
Rodman speaks about visiting the closed-off country, the people he encountered there and his conversations ... More
The Australian brother-sister duo return to their roots for their fourth studio album, Snow
Australian sibling indie folk duo Angus & Julia Stone have a relationship that stretches beyond just family, or even their professional musical partnership for that matter.
The Stones are friends by choice and go-to travel mates; they genuinely enjoy each other’s company, let alone the time they spend ... More
The Prince-trained songstress is in love with her best friend in latest video release
Andy Allo, the multitalented vocalist and former pupil of Prince, is back with a lesson in love. Her latest video for the single “10000 Days” puts a modern spin on a classic tale of unrequited love, following two female BFFs -- one of whom is secretly smitten for the other. The ... More
Cartagena, Colombia, is famous for its old-world charm, but a booming boutique hotel scene is defining the town for a new generation
This month, take a journey to Colombia with travel filmmakers Jungles in Paris and check out the old-world charm of Cartagena's hotels.
In Love in the Time of Cholera, the Colombian author Gabriel García Márquez describes “the very old and heroic city of Cartagena ... More
From up above, photographer Edward Burtynsky lenses dramatic perspectives of water ecosystems in nature and man-made environments
A fantastic aerial shot of Iceland's Dyralaekir River on display for last weekend's Paris Photo Fair in L.A. pointed us towards photographer Edward Burtynsky's Water project. The river photo is just one image in a series of intricately detailed large-format photographs of natural and ... More
For Ben Lloyd-Hughes and Christian Madsen, spring's best outerwear is polished enough to stand out in a London crowd but casual enough for kicking back
Before he took up acting, Ben Lloyd-Hughes wanted to be a barrister. “I like standing up for the little man,” the 25-year-old British actor says, “and trying to fight for the truth.” It was only after he discovered practicing law wasn’t what he expected—“maybe what I was attracted to was ... More