Paris Jackson

Paris Jackson at the Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute gala for ‘Rei Kawakubo/Comme des Garçons:Art of the In-Between’ in New York, New York, May 2017.

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Deutch, Zoey

Used to raid her mom's closet in search of vintage Comme des Garçons. Conveniently enough, considering this year's Met Gala theme. (Still, she opted for custom Tory Burch, charting her own territory as a young actress.)


Producer, DJ, and most recent non-model to land a modeling contract. Diplo has found a home with Next Models, the agency that also represents Aluna Francis of AlunaGeorge, Alice Glass, formerly of Crystal Castles, Anna Cleveland, and Lana Del Rey.

How model Casil McArthur learned to express himself through cosplay:

Försterling, Gesine

The up-and-coming German designer just won the Chloé prize at the annual Hyères International Fashion and Photography Festival—which means it's time to acquaint yourself with her tough, yet sensual menswear.

Huppert, Isabelle

The French actress, who won a Golden Globe for her recent performance in Paul Verhoeven's Elle, looks back on a lifetime of subversive roles—"Nutjobs, I can handle," she says—and discusses the gender gap in film and beyond.

Jackson, Paris

Making her big-screen, feature debut in an untitled film also starring David Oyelowo. It's an auspicious beginning for the daughter of Michael Jackson.

Met Gala

At the Costume Institute gala celebrating the new Rei Kawakubo/Comme des Garçons retrospective, few stars took genuine sartorial risks. We're here to tell you why.

Pitt, Brad

Just like you, Brad Pitt's been listening to a lot of Frank Ocean. He opens up for the first time following his split from Angelina Jolie in an in-depth interview with GQ Style. Pitt discusses everything from his upcoming screen work, to why he's avoiding characters undergoing physical or emotional trauma—"it was more pain tourism," he says—and why he's stepping away from acting more generally, to how he can be a better father in the wake of his divorce.

Rag & Bone

Designer Marcus Wainwright discusses Rag & Bone's foray into film, following the likes of Kenzo, Prada, and more in making shorts that reflect an aesthetic, rather than highlight specific looks.