ArtThe day after hundreds of thousands of people across the country took to the streets in a network of peaceful protest marches, several of the original Women’s March organizers held a “Power to the Polls” event at Sam Boyd Stadium in Las Vegas as part of an effort to kick off a nationwide voter registration campaign and “convert the groundswell of momentum and activism into direct electoral power.”
ArtWatch emerging artist and “surrealist cartoonist” Krivvy at work in Toronto, and find out how arts education changed her life. Krivvy’s drawings feature a wealth of oddball characters engaged in creative pursuits, and as those characters have come to life in her art, her world has expanded. Krivvy’s latest project is a bottle made in collaboration with LIFEWTR, giving her a new, global audience. To see this and other artists’ work, visit LIFEWTR.com.
ArtLondon artist Lynnie Z opens up her sketchbooks in this video, showing off the bold use of color and endless array of energetic female characters that typify her work. In this video, Lynnie Z also talks about her experience as a woman in the arts and her latest piece – a bottle made in collaboration with LIFEWTR, which is bringing her a new audience. To see this and other artists’ work, visit LIFEWTR.com.
ArtCraig & Karl met in art school in their native Australia and have been creating together ever since. Now they work “across the pond”, with Craig based in New York, and Karl in London, on projects around the world. In this video, they work side by side on a fresh, multi-layered art piece and show their latest work – a collaboration with LIFEWTR – which is helping to make art more accessible. To see these and other artists’ work with LIFEWTR, head to LIFEWTR.com.
BeautyAs Vogue celebrates its 125th year, we look back at the history of fashion, and the magazine, in a series of “five points” videos by decade, narrated by the stylish Sarah Jessica Parker. In the above episode, we take a look back at the roaring ’20s.
BeautyThe Oklahoma City Thunder point guard is a front row fixture at the shows. Here, his 5 tips for an all-star New York Fashion Week.
BeautyWunderkind director Xavier Dolan, 27, took home the Grand Prix at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival this past weekend. Dolan, known for directing Adele’s video for “Hello” and starring in Louis Vuitton campaigns, took a minute from his back-to-back Cannes schedule to talk to Vogue.com about why he doesn’t differentiate between high and pop culture.
ArtThousands of fans gathered on the beach in Ipswich, Massachusetts, to watch the Dutch artist Theo Jansen’s fantastical kinetic sculptures make their Northeastern debut.
Directed by Brendan H. Banks
Fashion WeekA behind-the-scenes look at the La Perla Atelier campaign video starring Natasha Poly, Liu Wen, Isabeli Fontana, and Richard Biedul.
ArtWatch Massimo Giorgetti’s debut film for Emilio Pucci’s Resort 2016 collection only on Style.com.
ArtThe designer shares the places that she loves in Italy’s fashion hub.
ArtThe curator of the Whitney’s permanent collections takes us on a video tour of the museum’s new home.
Directed by Gaia Squarci
Art"Traceable" follows Laura Siegel as she travels through India meeting artisans to work with on her collections. The documentary is set against the current fashion industry and our startling disconnect with how our clothing is made and who is making it. Above, Style.com has an exclusive clip from the film.