Next In Line\nMeet the new guard of film, fashion, art, music, beauty, and design.\nIn the wake of a critically acclaimed survey at the Kunsthalle Düsseldorf, in 2011, and a solo exhibition at MoMA PS1 in New York, in 2012, Matt Connors has been garnering some serious attention. \n\n Read more about the artist here. \n\nPhotograph by Thomas Dozol.\n“It’s a creative zone where people can brainstorm ideas.” - Lena Ott \n\nRead more about the make-up artist here. \n\nPhotograph by Taea Thale.\nMichele Abeles stole MoMA’s 2012 “New Photography” show with her seductive, sharply lit photomontages that incorporated wild prints, domestic objects, and nude male models.\n\nRead more about the artist here. \n\nPhotograph by Taea Thale.\nTwelve years ago, the director Richard Linklater began filming Ellar Coltrane, who was then 7 years old, for his movie Boyhood, a year-by-year dramatization of how a child gradually ages into adulthood. \n\nRead more about the actor here. \n\nPhotograph courtesy of IFC Films.\n“My work can be read as traditional painting, but it’s really these two mediums put together.” - Wyatt Kahn\n\nRead more about the artist here.\nIt doesn’t take much thinking to appreciate Never Too Much, the Swiss design duo’s [Sarah Kueng and Lovis Caputo] latest body of work, which was on view earlier this year at Salon 94 Freemans in New York.\n\nRead more about the designers here.\n“Embracing discovery and accidents is what I really like about glass.” - Flavie Audi\n\nRead more about the artist here. \n\n Photograph by Billal Taright.\nKathryn Andrews gets some of her best ideas driving around Los Angeles, where the visual contradictions she sees every day find their way into her art. \n\n Read more about the artist here. \n\nPhotograph by Columbine Goldsmith.\n“I say, ‘I’m your sister, trust me!’ I don’t do that with the other girls. But with Léa, I can say, ‘You need to wear it.’ ” - Camille Seydoux\n\nRead more about the stylist here.\nThe 23-year-old Swiss-born, Paris-based designer Julie Richoz makes elegant objects from glass and porcelain.\n\nRead more about the designer here. \n\nPhotograph by Estelle Hanania.\nGEMS, the Washington, D.C., duo composed of Lindsay Pitts, 28, and Clifford John Usher, 29, has a romantic-pop sound with plenty of ebb and flow.\n\nRead more about this musical duo here. \n\n Photograph by Holly Burnham.\nTwigs, or FKA Twigs, grew up in the English countryside, and her hypnotic, bare electro-pop is powerful in the way that a whisper, delivered confidently, can be louder than a shout.\n\nRead more about the singer here. \n\n Photograph by Jaime James Medina.\nAustria-based producer and electronic solo artist Sohn, whose new album drops this month, is mournful and moody, stripping down his raw heartbreak to a post-dubstep beat. \n\n Read more about the singer here. \n\n Photograph by Andreas Waldschuetz.\nThe 19-year-old London singer-songwriter Laurel Arnell-Cullen, who goes simply by Laurel, sets off her storytelling against a restrained backdrop of sharp drumming and hand-clapping.\n\nRead more about the singer here.\n\nCourtesy of Pip\nBorn in Kentucky, Boyd Holbrook, 32, who got his start as a model, has all-American good looks and star quality that first became evident in Behind the Candelabra. \n\n Read more about the actor here. \n\nPhotograph by Katie Fischer.\n “The Internet has been internalized by the art world." -Lauren Cornell\n\nRead more about the curator here. \n\nPhotograph by Taea Thale.\n“Jewelry lives in the way it’s passed on.” - Hollie Bonneville-Barden \n\n Read more about the jewelry designer here. \n\n Photograph by Josh Shinner.\n“I’m interested in collaboration and bringing in all these different voices." - Simon Castets\n\nRead more about the curator here.