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  • Dikayl Rimmasch (Film)
    Lenny Kravitz "The Pleasure and the Pain" Directed by Dikayl Rimmasch
    Lenny Kravitz's latest album, 2014's Strut, may be an ode to Seventies New York City where he grew up, but his new music video, for the single "The Pleasure and the Pain," is ...

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  • Style + Design
    Giovanni Bianco
    Art Direction by Giovanni Bianco for Miu Miu Fall/Winter 2015 Campaign
    Steven Miesel photographed actors Hailey Gates, Mia Goth, Stacy Martin and model Maddison Brown for the Fall/Winter 2015 Miu Miu campaign art directed by Giovanni Bianco.
  • Yi Zhou - Film
    Yi Zhou's Beijing
    Multimedia artist Yi Zhou, as she shares her unique creative perspective of Beijing with Conrad Hotels & Resorts.  
  • Art + Culture
    Anthony Goicolea
    Anthony Goicolea Group Exhibition at the Magnan Metz Gallery
    A Weekend in the Country exhibition curated by Paul Laster is featuring the works of Anthony Goicolea. The exhibition will run from June 18th - August 7th, 2015 at the Magnan ...

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  • Art + Culture
    Robert Wilson
    Einstein on the Beach: A New Documentary Honors Philip Glass and Robert Wilson’s Operatic Masterpiece
    “Life without playing music is inconceivable for me,” remarked Albert Einstein, who, as well as being one of the most influential theoretical physicists of our time, wa...

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  • Photography + Film
    Robin Broadbent
    Robin Broadbent for Cartier
    Robin Broadbent photographed Cartier's new jewelry collection, Paris Nouvelle Vague.
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  • Style + Design
    Frédéric Sanchez
    Frédéric Sanchez’s Film Sonore 17
    Since 1988, Paris based composer and producer, Frédéric Sanchez has created some of the most innovative soundtracks for the world's biggest fashion shows. In the past year alone he has scored runway coll...
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  • Art + Culture
    Mark Bradford
    Mark Bradford Featured in The New Yorker
    Mark Bradford is the tallest artist I know—six feet seven and a half inches, and pencil thin, which makes him look taller. His paintings, as you’d expect, run large. When I visited Bradford’s indu...
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