In the documentary Studio 54, Director Matt Tyrnauer explored the enormous success and ultimate fall of the nightclub through the eyes of owners Ian Schrager and Steve Rubell. What once was an opera house and then a CBS studio was
The stigma surrounding body hair is one as old as civilization itself. Whether it be Egyptian woman of status removing their head and pubic hair, women in Renaissance paintings constantly being portrayed as hairless beauties or Elizabethan woman shaving off
It’s the 1970s. Political climates are choppy all around the world. President Nixon has just founded the Environmental Protection Agency to enforce the cluster of environmental laws in America. Radical feminists gather to discuss the environmental hierarchy that existed between
The trend-chasing, fast fashion beast Urban Outfitters is no stranger to controversial headlines. From using tragedies such as the Holocaust and 1970s Kent State massacre as inspiration for graphic t-shirt designs to making light of alcohol and drug abuse to
It seems the politics of fashion are not a far cry from the global political state. Read our take on Hedi Slimane at Celine.
It was a rainy Saturday afternoon in New York City and, like any weekend tourist in the Big Apple, I did what I do to pass the time when the weather sucks: go to the museum. The Metropolitan Museum to
Saturated pixelations of brightly colored photos lined the walls of the Oglethorpe Gallery this past Friday for Augusto Silva Alliegro’s senior photography exhibition, “Here Now.” Shocking is one of the only ways to describe the strikingly arranged still lifes, composed
The Metropolitan Museum of Art (Met) is gearing up for the most anticipated night in fashion. The 2018 Costume Institute Gala, popularly coined the “Met Gala,” is to be hosted by none other than Rihanna, Amal Clooney, Donatella Versace, and Anna