• “The Unclothed Body is Our Primary Vessel”: Photographing Vulnerability By AnOther   -   Apr 20, 2018

    “THE UNCLOTHED BODY IS OUR PRIMARY VESSEL”: PHOTOGRAPHING VULNERABILITY

    For American photographer Jocelyn Lee , the most exquisite depths of beauty can be found within the fundamental vulnerability of life...

    Look, Beauty
  • This Insta Account Archives Moodboard-Worthy 90s Fashion Editorials By AnOther   -   Apr 20, 2018

    THIS INSTA ACCOUNT ARCHIVES MOODBOARD-WORTHY 90S FASHION EDITORIALS

    If you possess a collection of magazines so vast it could rival a library, it seems criminal not to share your spoils with the world....

    Fashion, Collection
  • Lessons in Sass and See-Through Clothes from Barbra Streisand By AnOther   -   Apr 20, 2018

    LESSONS IN SASS AND SEE-THROUGH CLOTHES FROM BARBRA STREISAND

    Gorgeous” said Barbra Streisand to her Best Actress Oscar statuette when she won the award in 1969 (alongside Katharine Hepburn - there...

  • Awe-Inspiring Photographs of the World's Grandest Interiors By AnOther   -   Apr 20, 2018

    AWE-INSPIRING PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE WORLD'S GRANDEST INTERIORS

    Candida Höfer 's photographs are the kind you can drink in and savour ad infinitum - such is the depth of detail in her exquisite works....

  • Isabella Rossellini on Why Chickens Make the Best Pets By AnOther   -   Apr 20, 2018

    ISABELLA ROSSELLINI ON WHY CHICKENS MAKE THE BEST PETS

    My Chickens and I is a newly released study of the history, behaviour, appearance and distinctive traits of heritage breed chickens...

  • Ten Photographers Who Couldn't Resist Taking Pictures of Plants By AnOther   -   Apr 20, 2018

    TEN PHOTOGRAPHERS WHO COULDN'T RESIST TAKING PICTURES OF PLANTS

    Is there anything that calls out to be photographed quite like a garden , and the flora that grows in it? Even William Henry Fox Talbot,...

  • The Photographer Turning His Lens on America's Illegal Wildlife Trade By AnOther   -   Apr 19, 2018

    THE PHOTOGRAPHER TURNING HIS LENS ON AMERICA'S ILLEGAL WILDLIFE TRADE

    Animal heads; snakeskin boots; fur coats; zebra-foot lamps; these are just a few of the items Tristan Spinski captures in his powerful...

  • This 1970s Artist Turned Her Body into Domestic Applicances By AnOther   -   Apr 19, 2018

    THIS 1970S ARTIST TURNED HER BODY INTO DOMESTIC APPLICANCES

    Who? Though she died in 2003 at the early age of 54, Birgit Jürgenssen had a powerful impact on the feminism avant-garde of the 1970s....

  • The Seduction of Touch: Why Fashion's Current Fixation is Fabric By AnOther   -   Apr 19, 2018

    THE SEDUCTION OF TOUCH: WHY FASHION'S CURRENT FIXATION IS FABRIC

    Fashion's current fetish is fabric - or rather, fabrication. Designers are rarely, if ever, content with using the same stuff as anyone...

    Fashion, Design
  • A Surreal Mirrored Installation Reflecting the Milanese Sky By AnOther   -   Apr 18, 2018

    A SURREAL MIRRORED INSTALLATION REFLECTING THE MILANESE SKY

    As poetic in conversation as he is in presentation, artist Phillip K. Smith III gifts his audiences nothing more than the imprint of...

    Beauty
  • Five Fashion Designers on the Profound Influence of Their Parents By AnOther   -   Apr 18, 2018

    FIVE FASHION DESIGNERS ON THE PROFOUND INFLUENCE OF THEIR PARENTS

    There are few people who can claim such an imprint on our lives as our parents - for better or worse. Fashion designers, who have long...

    People, Design, Fashion, Look
  • What Does Photo Art Look Like in a Digital Age? By AnOther   -   Apr 18, 2018

    WHAT DOES PHOTO ART LOOK LIKE IN A DIGITAL AGE?

    “We live in a world where there is more and more information, and less and less meaning,” philosopher Jean Baudrillard wrote in 1994....

    Look
  • The Legendary 1970s Fashion Show That Pitched France Against America By AnOther   -   Apr 18, 2018

    THE LEGENDARY 1970S FASHION SHOW THAT PITCHED FRANCE AGAINST AMERICA

    The year is 1973, and the venerable couturiers of France - Hubert de Givenchy, Yves Saint Laurent, Marc ­Bohan , Emanuel Ungaro and...

    Women, Dress, Fashion show, Fashion
  • The Bizarre Printed Backdrops Revealing a New Side of Kazakhstan By AnOther   -   Apr 18, 2018

    THE BIZARRE PRINTED BACKDROPS REVEALING A NEW SIDE OF KAZAKHSTAN

    A geographer by profession, Tomasz Padlo is also a photographer with an eye for capturing unusual sights and spaces. His body of work...

    Collection
  • This Jewellery-Turned-Furniture Designer is Creating Chairs to Dream About By AnOther   -   Apr 17, 2018

    THIS JEWELLERY-TURNED-FURNITURE DESIGNER IS CREATING CHAIRS TO DREAM ABOUT

    Who is it? Bohinc Studio is a London-based furniture and objects brand founded by renowned industrial and jewellery designer Lara Bohinc Why...

    Design
  • Majestic Views of Northern Italy's Spectacular Marble Quarries By AnOther   -   Apr 17, 2018

    MAJESTIC VIEWS OF NORTHERN ITALY'S SPECTACULAR MARBLE QUARRIES

    He's well known for his awe-inspiring photographs revealing how humans and technology are altering the world we live in, so it should...

  • Japanese Artist Takashi Murakami on Sneakerheads and Subcultures By AnOther   -   Apr 17, 2018

    JAPANESE ARTIST TAKASHI MURAKAMI ON SNEAKERHEADS AND SUBCULTURES

    To call Japanese contemporary artist Takashi Murakami prolific is a gross understatement. He admits to taking his cue from the pop...

  • The Great American Fashion Designer Who Never Quite Was By AnOther   -   Apr 16, 2018

    THE GREAT AMERICAN FASHION DESIGNER WHO NEVER QUITE WAS

    Stephen Sprouse was, arguably, the great American designer who never quite happened. Fêted during his lifetime and after , financial...

    Fashion, Design
  • The Artist “Scavenging” Past Work to Create New Pieces By AnOther   -   Apr 16, 2018

    THE ARTIST “SCAVENGING” PAST WORK TO CREATE NEW PIECES

    Photography and its ephemerality are key points of interest for Dutch artist Daniëlle van Ark. The Amsterdam-based image-maker addresses...

  • Rick Owens on the Unconventional Appeal of a Birkenstock Sandal By AnOther   -   Apr 16, 2018

    RICK OWENS ON THE UNCONVENTIONAL APPEAL OF A BIRKENSTOCK SANDAL

    Founded on the simple maxim that a good pair of shoes should be both comfortable and built to last, at 244 years old German shoemaker...

    Shoes, Fashion