The filmmaker Wim Wenders casts a cool eye on the Met Museum’s “Heavenly Bodies” exhibit at the Cloisters.
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The scene from last week’s art fairs, where fashion gave art a run for the money.
What art aficionados wore to the Frieze Art Fair In New York City.
The actress, model, author and filmmaker turns her hand to breeding chickens.
Her glittery, bawdy feminist work gets likes on Instagram and love at Bergdorf.
You may expect the mature Ms. Shields to claim the status of poster woman for the #MeToo movement, calling out a list of predatory studio honchos. Nope.
“Life is a ‘pasarela,’ a runway,” says Daniela Vega, the Chilean actress in the Oscar-nominated film.
In her most recent novel, the author posits a pointed question: If the female body were weaponized, would men become the hunted?
Buzz Aldrin has attached his name to a line of street wear — just one sign that space is exerting an outsize influence on pop culture.
A cadre of homegrown artists, designers and entrepreneurs are giving the South Bronx an image transplant.