“Our privilege as furniture, object, or interior designers is that we are working at the scale where we are closest to people. People touch what we do, they’re immersed in what we do. I really love this scale because this is where I can control the experience the most.”
Merging the worlds of ballet, performance art, and counterculture, the Kenyan-born Indian-Canadian artist places community at the heart of his work by questioning the status quo and finding hope through resilience.
From punk to painter, Andy Dixon emerged from the greyscale city of Vancouver into the kaleidoscopic enclaves of Los Angeles.
Stefano Ricci’s distinctively Florentine company has evolved from a distinguished menswear firm into a full-spectrum lifestyles brand.
Travel writer Pico Iyer discusses his new memoir, Autumn Light: Season of Fire and Farewells.
Grand Union, a new collection of short stories by Zadie Smith, is out. The British author, who burst onto the scene in 2000, continues to be a voice for literary freedom, heralding a humanity that is collective and diverse—in which we all belong to something greater.
FROM THE ARCHIVE: For half a century David Suzuki has been a cautioning voice about our stewardship of the planet.
With an agile and impressive mind, the nonagenarian remains artistically productive well into old age.
Twenty-five years after launching his visionary makeup brand, François Nars has released his most ambitious collection yet and is turning heads with another hit in the making—his first fragrance.