Arts and Culture director Diane Solway’s musts for June/ July: books from Anton DiSclafani, Elliott Holt and Jenni Fagan; and Encores! Off-Center, a new musical-theater
What W’s Beauty Director, Jane Larkworthy, is hooked on this month.
Tilda Swinton’s totally surreal fashion adventure.
For the second annual Frieze New York art fair (May 10–13),
curator Cecilia Alemani has assembled a series of installations specific
to the event’s Randall’s Island home.
W editors divulge their beauty and fitness secrets: from the perfect red lipstick and the best organic moisturizer to master hair colorists and hardcore fitness classes that “push you to tears” (in a good way).
Arts and Culture director Diane Solway’s must-see for May: Noah Baumbach's latest film Frances Ha, starring Greta Gerwig and Mickey Sumner.
Photographer James Houston redefines the natural world with a lush tome
and an exhibition.
At 101 Spring Street, Donald Judd not only conceived some of his most
he also raised a family.
With her sharp scissors—and even sharper wit—the collage artist known as
honed a fierce vision of glamour.
Skye Sherwin gets an
Brit Marling, Eddie Redmayne, and Emayatzy Corinealdi have all
arrived—but via very different routes.
Arts and Culture Director Diane Solway’s must-reads for April.
Director Park Chan-Wook takes us behind the scenes of his dark new thriller.
What W’s beauty director, Jane Larkworthy, is hooked on this month.
What challenges are in store for Will and Kate’s royal offspring?
Hugo Vickers charts the future of the baby-in-waiting.
Brit Marling, Eddie Redmayne, and Emayatzy Corinealdi have all arrived—but via very different routes.
Fashion photography’s next big name.