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From the worlds of art, food, film, and fashion — seven icons of LA’s creative scene.
Words by Max Berlinger, Photography by Shaniqwa Jarvis
The writer revisits the iconic, lost establishments from the era that inspired his new ’80s novel, “The Shards.”
Words by Bret Easton Ellis
Multihyphenate Lin-Manuel Miranda on his family's home country, singing in Senegal, the value of recharging, and looking to history.
Words by Lin-Manuel Miranda, Illustration by Lisa Lok
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Over a meal at one of his favorite restaurants in New York City, the former R.E.M. front man dishes on creativity, vulnerability, and his love of food.
Words by T. Cole Rachel, Photography by Sinna Nasseri
Two stars from Alejandro González Iñárritu’s latest film reflect on life in and out of their beloved Mexico.
words by Juan Velasquez, Photography by Santiago Sierra Soler
Japanese artist Motoi Yamamoto tells a story in salt.
words by elissa polls, direction by elissa polls and ian alexander levine
The perfect autumnal candle, an upgraded weekender, NYC’s loveliest new wine bar — and other things delighting our editors this season.
WORDS BY SKYE PARROTT, T. COLE RACHEL, NINA RENATA ARON, SOPHIE MANCINI, ELISSA POLLS, ALEX FRANK AND LISA LOK; ILLUSTRATION BY Jess Rotter
The cookbook author and artist behind “Salad for President” shares her ultimate food and art guide to Madrid.
Words and photography by Julia Sherman
The storied history of Hawaii’s beloved ceremonial dance.
Words by Caroline Tell, Photography by Flora hanitijo
Sloane Crosley has her pick of the spring’s best new books.
Words by Sloane Crosley, Photography by Lisa Lok
Our favorite wool jacket, two California ranches, a limited-edition tequila — and other things delighting our editors this season.
WORDS BY SKYE PARROTT, T. COLE RACHEL, NINA RENATA ARON, SOPHIE MANCINI, and ELISSA POLLS; ILLUSTRATION BY JESS ROTTER
Painter Kehinde Wiley has opened a compound on the coast of Senegal, inviting artists from all over the world to see the incredible country up close.
Words by Alex Frank, Photography by Frank Frances
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