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The Two Faces Of Jesse Eisenberg

If you wanted to cast a socially awkward, super-smart youth in the past movie decade, chances are you considered – or signed up – Jesse Eisenberg. From <i>Adventureland</i> to <i>Zombieland</i>, <i>The Squid and the Whale</i> to his Oscar-nominated turn as Facebook-founder Mark Zuckerberg in <i>The Social Network</i>, the …

April's best art talks

As Funkytown once sung <i>“Talk about it, Talk about it, Talk about it, Talk about, Talk about Talk about movin.”</i> A good lecture, panel discussion or talk can make a visit to an exhibition that bit more exciting. As long as you do not interrupt people in the style of a PhD student in a group seminar …

Documenting the dirty

Magnum photographer Antoine D'Agata has passed the better part of three decades cataloguing the vastness of human decay. Born in Marseille in 1961 and raised under the matted wing of photographers like Larry Clark and Nan Goldin, D'Agata's surreal images of the forgotten and macabre captivate and …

The wanderlust of Jim Mangan

Illinois-born photographer Jim Mangan is a natural wanderer, hopping from Europe to Utah on shoots ever since quitting his snowboarding industry day job back in 2010 to pursue a career shooting in faraway lands. The radical switch-up clearly paid off with a successful three-part series on rebirth …

Meet the 12 finalists for the LVMH fashion prize

The final shortlist for the inaugural LVMH Prize for Young Fashion Designers is out today, and it reads like a Who's Who of design talent.<p>Here are the 12 designers have made it to the final round of the fashion Hunger Games: Simone Rocha, Shayne Oliver's Hood by Air, Thomas Tait, Suno by Max …

Terry Gilliam on his cyber-sexistentialist new film

After a string of such big-budget bombs as 2005's <i>Tideland</i>, master director Terry Gilliam is back with <i>The Zero Theorem</i>, the supposed wind-up to the three-part existential futurama trilogy that also includes <i>Brazil</i> and <i>12 Monkeys</i>. Gilliam is a genius, and like any good talent, can be forgiven his rare …

Rick Ross featuring Kanye West & Big Sean - Sanctified (Live on Arsenio)

After closing last night’s episode of Late Night with Seth Myers by performing “Nobody” with French<p>After closing last night’s episode of <i>Late Night with Seth Myers</i> by performing “Nobody” with French Montana, Rick Ross continues his promotional onslaught for <i>Mastermind</i> with a new performance at <i>The</i> …

When did you last touch someone?

When was the last time you touched someone? That's the question being asked by touched-some1.com, a viral website that just launched to promote <i>Under The Skin</i>, the new sci-fi film by Jonathan Glazer with Dazed cover star Scarlett Johansson. The results range from the everyday ("this morning, …

The first TV ad for medical marijuana just aired in the US

From Brooke Candy's butt ink to shoutouts from Miley, Rihanna and other singers, cannabis is having a bit of a pop culture moment – and it seems that US states are fast catching up to its increasing mainstream acceptance by legalising marijuana (at least for medical purposes). But most TV …

Visual Diaries/Girls

<i>"My photography is spontaneous: I don't think very much when I'm doing it. What makes me press the shutter is generally when something visually pleases me, or just when I have a feeling that I want to freeze."</i><p>This is how Portuguese photographer Sara Gomes, one of eleven women that make up the …

Film's most mind-blowing haunts

The meticulous production design that recreated a famedeastern European hotel of the '20s in Wes Anderson's <i>The Grand Budapest Hotel</i> was key in transporting us back to a lost era of old-world grandeur and tradition. We're celebrating the film's UK cinema release this week by revisiting some of …

Rag & Bone AW14

<b>Initial Impression:</b><p>Bless rag & bone and their spiked apple cider and doughnuts. Walking into the venue, you're hit with a wall of hot air and whiskey smell.<p><b>Real Initial Impressions:</b><p>Cool Runnings meets extremely cool Sochi apres-ski. Jamaican dance hall playing as models strut in silk sweats, boots …

Alexander Wang AW14

<b>Initial reaction:</b><p>Robo-warriors dispatched to photograph remote locations (like the depths of the Brooklyn Navy Yard, where the show was held). The show opened with crashes of thunder and lightning, which lit up a structure made from air ducts. For the finale, models stood forward-facing on a …

Hood by Air AW14

<b>Initial reaction:</b><p>Glamour without borders. Inspired by ballroom culture, hair and make-up emphasized the ritual, dramatic aspect of personal adornment. New fabrications with an emphasis on suede and leather elevated the idea of what HBA clothes look like. Of course, we still saw thick-soled space …

Thom Browne AW14

<b>Initial reaction:</b><p>Last season’s disturbed asylum patients have now found peace in religion.<p><b>Set:</b><p>Center 548 transformed into a shadowy Catholic church, complete with wooden pews, heady incense, and backlit crosses. Choir boys with shaven heads and black robes kneeled at altars which lined the raised, …

Female heroes

<i>To celebrate our Girls Rule issue, Dazed is running a series of takeovers. So far we've played host to Angel Haze and Stacy Martin. Today Canadian artist and provocateur Petra Collins is running the show with her manifesto for art collective, The Ardorous, a head-to-head interview with Karley</i> …

Naked Ambition

<i>Taken from the December 2013 issue of Dazed & Confused:</i><p>There were flowers all over the SS14 catwalks, but none quite like Christopher Kane’s. Remember how your high-school science textbooks demonstrated biological reproduction? For Kane, that was the starting point for a fascinating treatise on …

Albums of the month

<b>Young Fathers –</b> <i>Dead</i><p>Anticon alt-hip hop trio Young Fathers make a musical tornado sucking in hip hop, electronica, pop, soul, R&B and more, flinging out sprays of familiar sonic colour drawn from Europe, America and Africa. The force of Young Fathers’ artistic conviction a current alive in every …

How to be attractive

<i>Can being slutty disrupt the sexual status quo? What does it mean to be a female writer? In conjunction with our Girls Rule issue, some of our favourite artists and writers have been musing on these questions for Girl Guides, our series of how-tos on the state of modern womanhood. In the last</i> …

Kitsuné New Faces

Parisian label Kitsuné is known for spearheading the electrohouse scene of the mid 2000s, but the label’s output has been getting incresingly diverse. Their imaginative new compilation <i>Kitsuné New Faces</i> collects together exclusive new tracks and recent highlights, ranging from percussive Bristol …

Agbogbloshie: digital wasteland

Agbogbloshie, once a fertile wetland, is now the world's largest e-waste dumpsite. Children as young as seven savalge what they can from unwanted technology dumped from China, Japan and the west. TVs, PCs and refrigerators are burned, releasing toxic chemicals into the atmosphere. The health risk …

Rag & Bone SS14

All dressed up with nowhere to go: Stacy Martin – star of Lars von Trier’s Nymphomaniac – gazes lustfully into the distance of downtown LA, in the new rag & bone SS14 campaign shot by Glen Luchford on 35mm black and white film. Shots taken inside LA’s faded motels capture moments of reality a world …

Polaroid obsessions: Walter Van Beirendonck

<i>For menswear AW14, we gave FujiFilm Instax cameras and a roll of film to industry insiders – from models, to designers and our own editors – to capture the magic as they saw it. For the next week, we’ll be sharing their photo diaries. First up, it’s designer and repeat provocateur Walter Van</i> …

Best WTF Posts of 2013

10. Blow Me by Sebastian Errazuriz<br>An installation that’s a response to the overconsumption of technology, social networking, and instant …

Junya Watanabe

Junya Watanabe is one of fashion’s most elusive mythmakers. Raised in the cult of Comme des Garçons – the Japanese 
“anti-fashion” brand founded by Rei Kawakubo in 1969 – he’s become known for his subversive designs and cryptic 
storytelling. It’s a trait synonymous with the company, which operates …

HYPETRAK Picks Its Top 10 Albums From 2013

No other time than the advent of the New Year would prompt such a wealth of year-end lists and<p>No other time than the advent of the New Year would prompt such a wealth of year-end lists and ‘best-of’ observances. Amongst these, HYPETRAK submits its list of the 10 best albums of 2013. In many ways, …

House in Yatsugatake by Kidosaki Architects Studio

Home to many landmarks in Japanese culture – which includes a 7th century Buddhist temple – Nagano<p>Home to many landmarks in Japanese culture – which includes a 7th century Buddhist temple – Nagano is a relatively well-sized area in the central part of Honshu. After being commissioned for a …

A Look Inside Nike CEO Mark Parker's Office

The internal happenings of Nike’s Beaverton locale are often kept to a slight whisper, which has<p>The internal happenings of Nike‘s Beaverton locale are often kept to a slight whisper, which has probably contributed to the brand’s success. Remote from the bustle of R&D and beside the marketing …

Top 100 playlist of 2013

<b>Playlist by Flora Wong</b><p>2013 was about forging new paths – from Beyoncé's surprise album release, to our visionary musical coverstars such as Thom Yorke and Chance the Rapper. Thom Yorke, with Radiohead, was the first major artist to release an album unannounced via the internet in 2009 – and this …