CDLP reintroduces the Jock Strap
Dancing through space and time with Leonardo Brito & Michael Jackson Jr.
The elegant performers wear looks from Loewe’s Fall 2022 collection.
Palomo Spain Fall Winter 2023 After-Party
The Spanish fashion house, Palomo Spain, made its grand return to New York Fashion Week and hosted an afterparty at the Public Hotel's microclub...
Larry Stanton: The Artist who focused on Life as the Aids Crisis took hold of his Community
The Acne Studios Collaboration that aims to celebrate Stanton's Vibrant Legacy.
The memory of the artist Larry Stanton lives on through his gestural drawings, most notably his candid portraits of young men. Their boyish charm — emblematic of his own — is frozen in time, leaving minds to wonder what might have been had he not died at the tender age of 37 from AIDS related complications. In the five years before his death, he made some 500 drawings, providing a glimpse of New York City’s gay men in the late 1970s and early 1980s. In their fleshy flatness, his portraits are hopeful and romantic, focused on the vitality of the moment he made them.
Stanton was born in 1947 on a rural farm in Delhi, New York, and he moved to Manhattan when he was only 18 years old. During his life, he was championed by artists and writers such as David Hockney, Ellsworth Kelly, Henry Geldzahler, and William Burroughs, but he had very few public exhibitions and sold only seven paintings before his untimely passing. He spent much of his time in the Greenwich Village, always keeping a small sketchbook to jot down ideas and draw strangers he met at his favorite coffee shop. A collector of people and his memories of them, his studio there became a hub for artistic types and their admirers — the space full of canvases, photographs, art books, and stuffed animals that had been torn apart by his cat. By night, Stanton’s hook-ups became the subjects for many of his signature portraits on paper, with corresponding phone numbers often scribbled onto the other side. …
JW Anderson pre-fall & Men’s F/W 2023 show and after-party in Milan
Featuring Kit Connor, Kevin Abstract, Charli XCX, Simona Tabasco, Sabrina Impacciatore, Bryan Boy, Manu Rios & more
Courréges club x Interview Magazine – NYFW
Queer Maximalism x Machine Dazzle exhibition preview and reception at the museum of arts and design
The multimedia exhibition featuring fantastical costumes by the artist and performer will be on view through february 19, 2023.
A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE NIPPLE PIERCING
BIKING IN BRIEFS
Back in September 2010, we suggested in our weekly newsletter to go outside for a bike ride around NYC — in your underwear. You feel a bit silly at first, but once that passes, it becomes great fun — you'll feel somewhat liberated. Embrace your inner-exhibitionist and explore the city like you never have before. Go outside and show some skin. As long as your junk stays in the trunk, you'll be fine. 12 years later we decided to ask a few friends to experience the feeling of riding a bike in just a white brief.
AllTogether: New York — Sponsored by Diesel, Tom of Finland Foundation, and The Community
A catalogue celebration with music by Silvia Prada and Sunzhique at 99 Scott Studio in Brooklyn, NY.
A SHORT HISTORY OF THE THONG
JW Anderson & Saks celebrate the launch of Pre-Fall 2022 and the Bumper bag collection
Hosted by Roopal Patel + Jonathan Anderson with a special performance by Justin Vivian Bond at Joe's Pub