In 1964, Kenzo Takada embarked on a grand adventure, leaving Japan for Paris, where he began designing garments the fashion world was not accustomed to. At 80, his energetic approach to fashion continues to enthrall.
British artists Gilbert Prousch and George Passmore, the notorious Gilbert & George, share a unique twinship. Their oeuvre—mainly consisting of photography, from black-and-white pieces to brightly coloured collages—involves using whatever materials in whatever form most appropriate to conveying their ideas.
With the doors reopening, it’s become apparent that Iran’s vast artistic legacy was maintained even during the years the country was under authoritarian rule.
Maker of some of the world’s finest pianos, Steinway & Sons modernizes while staying true to its 165-year history of exactitude.
More, if far from all, courses are now inclined toward green thinking.
Next summer, OceanGate CEO Stockton Rush will be leading a submersible in its dive 3,800 or so metres down to the ocean floor to visit the remains of the Titanic.
Christo has spent a lifetime creating truly monumental pieces of environmental art. This summer, the artist brings an installation and exhibition to London.
Leonardo Frigo specializes in intricately decorated violins, turning them into masterpieces of a different kind.
Eric Giroud, the architect turned watch designer, is responsible for some of the most recognizable timepieces of the modern era.