The former Girl Meets World star and 15-year-old activist is a fan of Maggie Nelson, chocolate milkshakes, and thoughtful engagement with politics. In Nylon's new cover story on the young actress, photographed by Gia Coppola, she opens up about being politically outspoken in real life and online and where her acting will take her from here. (So far, to the set of A Wrinkle in Time, shadowing none other than Ava Duvernay before joining the cast.)
Setting down roots in Japan. In celebration of the brand's new boutique opening in the Ginza district of Tokyo later this week, artistic director Maria Grazia Chiuri and menswear creative director Kris Van Assche will each present new collections in Tokyo — for womenswear, a small, Japan-specific couture collection, and for menswear, Dior's first-ever Pre-Fall show, which will be available in the boutique the next day.
Banks prepares for a magical Guggenheim gala, with Dior's Maria Grazia Chiuri playing the role of dark fairy godmother:
When the singer, songwriter, and dancer needs to feel powerful, she slips into her mom's silver sequined leotard. In the first of a series of videos in which fashion insiders discuss their most meaningful pieces, the woman behind Lion Babe explains how the leotard helped her come into her own.
At 73, Lauren Hutton is Calvin Klein's newest underwear model. Move over, Kendall Jenner.
When Congressman Tom Price was selected as Trump's Secretary of Health and Human Services, he vacated a seat in Georgia's Sixth District. Jon Ossoff, a documentary filmmaker and Democrat, stepped into the ring, facing off against several Republican contenders in a district that has not elected a Democrat since the late '70s. With 48.1 percent of the vote, Ossoff ended up just shy of the 50 percent margin required to win the seat; he'll face Republican frontrunner Karen Handel in a runoff this summer.
Late-'90s erotica magazine. Still relevant.
Most beautiful woman on earth. For the fifth time, because just one superlative just doesn't cut it for the Pretty Woman star.
After One Direction, one of the most visible boy-banders on the planet is breaking out on his own. Harry Styles opens up about his forthcoming self-titled debut album, life post-One D, and a few high-profile romances (looking at you, Taylor Swift), in a new interview with Rolling Stone emeritus and director Cameron Crowe.