Rose Hartman is a legend. An omnipresent force on the New York City social scene, Rose stands as one of the most prolific photographers of our age. Continue Reading →
In 1974, David Bowie was undergoing the sort of musical and aesthetic transformation that would come to define his career. Bowie knew that being in Harlem was going to be a place of inspiration, as he did here, if he couldn’t get it from being in Harlem he would bring Harlem to him like he did with Gouster. Continue Reading →
At his last menswear show in January 2016, J.W.Anderson combined playful social media, gender-neutral dressing (silk pyjamas, Björk hair and chokers) and pre-web style designs (cartoon snails). Continue Reading →
Stevie Wonder, Mary J. Blige, and Kem have all been booked to sing at weddings at some point in their careers. So why are professional wedding singers often stigmatized when it comes to being taken seriously as original recording artists? Continue Reading →
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