From Diego Rivera to Gabriel Orozco, Mexico City has long led Latin America’s contemporary art arena. But over the past 15 years, North America’s largest metropolis has also evolved into a center of art consumption
As Marc Jacobs makes his acting debut in the movie ‘Disconnect,’ opening April 12, we look at designers and models who have popped up on TV and movie screens—often to hilarious effect
The latest in an ongoing series of the company’s scandalous ads
A new traveling show offers a glimpse of the performer’s lesser-known styles
The U.K. glossy is the first publication to sign a code of conduct from the model’s union Equity to improve workplace conditions for models.
The innovative designer van Herpen creates a dress based on water as part of a live fashion film collaboration
Does the Jennifer Aniston-fronted line of hair products live up to its moniker?
It looks like Queen Bey is taking her throne – she’s been added to this year’s Met Ball as honorary chair
By our count, summer isn’t too far away, which is why it’s about that time to invest in a new pair of shades for those future beach trips
In anticipation of the Mad Men season 6 premiere on AMC this Sunday night, TIME brings to you a rare insider’s tour of the Time-Life Building in the 1960s—the setting of everyone’s favorite mid-century ad agency
Shazam, the company behind the app that allows you to identify purchase a song heard playing on the radio or TV, is now working on developing the app to pinpoint and identify other information found on television – including fashion
Reborn after the Second World War, its near-annihilation spawned a capacity for reinvention that continues to this day. Here are some of the Phoenix City’s greatest acts of resurgence
The midriff baring mini is making quite the comeback