WATCH: Ermenegildo Zegna Presents A Rose Reborn, Director's Cut Creative director Stefano Pilati and film director Park Chan-wook team up on a short film for Zegna
The Kids We Never Dreamed Of Photographer M. Sharkey’s Queer Kids exhibition shows a powerful self-awareness in today's youth
From The Runway: 2(X)IST Spring/Summer 2015 All the looks from the new 2(X)IST collection (plus some bonus behind-the-scenes shots!)
Murphy's Muse: Finn Wittrock The American Horror Story star opens up about joining Ryan Murphy’s world and stealing scenes from Jessica Lange.
The Gospel According to Benedict Poised to make Alan Turing his own, Sherlock star Benedict Cumberbatch is no stranger to sexual politics and bullying. And he’ll take on all comers.
A Different Kind of Musical
The new Sting production, The Last Ship, is a reflection on the singer’s past and a study of working-class woes.
Sea Change Bottega Veneta’s 2014/2015 cruise collection features the ideal blend of confident elegance and casual ease.
The Wedding Guide
A glorious dance ends as soon as the curtain has descended to the stage. But in Move (powerHouse, $50) photographer James Houston has captured the raw energy and sensation of movement in stunning sculptural black-and-white images of some remarkable human bodies in motion. ||November 29 2006 8:00 PM
How will soapland's fabled Pine Valley handle the addition of a transgender woman to its community? We'll soon find out when ABC's All My Children launches an ambitious storyline that explores the coming-out process of a woman trapped in a man's body.November 27 2006 8:00 PM
Influenced at a very impressionable age by iconic purveyors of masculinity and sex, Tom of Finland and Colt magazine, N.Y.'based photographer Joe Oppedisano has created a worthy tribute to those inspirations in this black and velvety volume, Testosterone ($76.99), and just in time for publisher Bruno Gm'nder's 25th anniversary year. ||November 27 2006 8:00 PM
It's been a big autumn for Ed Droste of Brooklyn, N.Y.'based band Grizzly Bear and Owen Pallett of Toronto's Final Fantasy. The two musicians meet up for some dick talk. Owen: Hey, Ed. Ed: Hey, Owen. Isn't my bed comfortable? Owen: It's lovely. I love the chipped paint look. Ed: I know, it reminds me of beds in summer houses on Cape Cod with their weird, insane asylum look. Pre-WWI beds or something. Owen: Reminds me of my Dad's farm in Northern Ontario. Ed: I had to find it on eBay. Well, my boyfriend found it.November 20 2006 8:00 PM