Venice Biennale director Okwui Enwezor
is a man of many parts.
3 brands are shaking things up.
The designer finds a platform for his statuesque designs.
The visionaries behind Opening Ceremony bring their signature eclecticism to Kenzo.
For the young Canadian designer, fashion is serious business.
At home in Brussels, gallerist Almine Rech combines Picassos with contemporary works to intoxicating effect. Christopher Bagley takes it all in.
As he celebrates his 50th anniversary as a gallerist— and
rabble-rouser—Michael Werner is still firing spitballs from the back of
the class. Christopher Bagley visits the legendary art dealer in
castle outside Berlin.
Peter Marino is hell-bent on making his mark. Horacio Silva talks shop
with the architect extraordinaire.
Forty stories above Miami, the Neptunes’ Pharrell
Williams is living
the high life—
surrounded by a mess of Murakamis, a closetful of kicks,
and enough Vuitton trunks to sink a steamer. Mayer Rus takes stock.
Pharrell Williams' Miami Home