There was never a shortage of waifish muses wandering through Paris in the '60s and '70s, but Loulou de la Falaise always stood apart from the rest. Even when she was in her 50s, The New Yorker declared
London was shaken by a terror attack Friday, when a bomb exploded on the London Underground, wounding at least 29 people. It was the fifth terrorist attack to take place in Britain this year. Police arrested
The Bethune Street apartment is ready for its next act The West Village apartment last occupied by the late, great character actor Philip Seymour Hoffman is back on the market again after a "big cleanup,"
From drugs to the women’s movement, Californian counterculture has generated some of the most vibrant pieces of American graphic design. From Deborah Sussman’s candy-colored “supergraphics” to R. Crumb’s
In his recent magazine piece, photographer Lo Cheuk Lun turns the common salon scene of shampooed hair into swirling designs of abstract art. Lun snapped pictures of sudsy heads from above, showing off
Apple has been vowing to fix the broken TV user experience for years and there are new signs that it is getting closer to fulfilling that promise. Re/code‘s Peter Kafka reported yesterday that “Apple in
Ian McKellen plays the sleuth in his 90s in Bill Condon’s new movie, which premiered at the Berlin Film Festival. The film is a refreshing return to the tone of Conan Doyle’s stories, says Nicholas Barber.
The BBC drama stars Gillian Anderson as a detective investigating a serial killer, but the series' treatment of women defies the genre's conventions. A crime drama about a psychosexual serial killer who