• A Film Exploring the Mischievous Potential of Domestic Objects By AnOther   -   Aug 21, 2018

    A FILM EXPLORING THE MISCHIEVOUS POTENTIAL OF DOMESTIC OBJECTS

    “Whether Mr Mutt with his own hands made the fountain or not has no importance. He CHOSE it. He took an ordinary article of life, and...

  • Supriya Lele on Summers Spent on Motorbikes with Her Family in India By AnOther   -   Aug 21, 2018

    SUPRIYA LELE ON SUMMERS SPENT ON MOTORBIKES WITH HER FAMILY IN INDIA

    For British-Indian designer Supriya Lele , an adolescence spent in the West Midlands was punctuated by yearly trips to visit family...

    Design
  • Intricate Beaded Artworks Evoking the Rituals of Summer By AnOther   -   Aug 20, 2018

    INTRICATE BEADED ARTWORKS EVOKING THE RITUALS OF SUMMER

    Artist Rose Blake 's vibrant new artworks, presented as a series entitled SING SWIM OK MOON , are as compelling as they are intricate....

    Design
  • Simone Rocha's Dresses Photographed as Never Before By AnOther   -   Aug 20, 2018

    SIMONE ROCHA'S DRESSES PHOTOGRAPHED AS NEVER BEFORE

    Photographer Linda Brownlee first met designer Simone Rocha in Ireland when the pair were in their early twenties. Both women were...

    Women, Dress, Design, Collection
  • Designer Richard Malone Remembers a Childhood Spent on Ireland's Beaches By AnOther   -   Aug 20, 2018

    DESIGNER RICHARD MALONE REMEMBERS A CHILDHOOD SPENT ON IRELAND'S BEACHES

    Richard Malone grew up in the town of Wexford, situated on the mouth of the River Slaney on Ireland's east coast, and the memories...

    Women, Collection, Design, Bags
  • When Kim Cattrall Played a Mannequin Come to Life in 1987 By AnOther   -   Aug 17, 2018

    WHEN KIM CATTRALL PLAYED A MANNEQUIN COME TO LIFE IN 1987

    Long before Kim Cattrall appeared on our screens as outspoken, sexually confident, “I'll try anything once” Samantha Jones in Sex and...

    Shopping
  • The Photographer Celebrating her Luminary Circle of Female Friends By AnOther   -   Aug 17, 2018

    THE PHOTOGRAPHER CELEBRATING HER LUMINARY CIRCLE OF FEMALE FRIENDS

    “The 1960s and 70s were a pivotal time for women,” recalls veteran photographer Susan Wood , who has spent decades immortalising some...

    Women
  • The Instagram Account Sharing the World's Most Striking Swimming Pools By AnOther   -   Aug 17, 2018

    THE INSTAGRAM ACCOUNT SHARING THE WORLD'S MOST STRIKING SWIMMING POOLS

    “There's something about being enveloped in water, especially deep water, that's super powerful and grounding for me,” says Jessica...

    Design
  • The Veteran Perfumer Behind Gucci's Heady Trio of Floral Scents By AnOther   -   Aug 16, 2018

    THE VETERAN PERFUMER BEHIND GUCCI'S HEADY TRIO OF FLORAL SCENTS

    It hardly bears repeating that Alessandro Michele's tenure at the helm of Gucci has been defined by a heady commitment to maximalism,...

    Look, Collection
  • The Artist Supported by the Legacy of Alexander McQueen By AnOther   -   Aug 16, 2018

    THE ARTIST SUPPORTED BY THE LEGACY OF ALEXANDER MCQUEEN

    “The world needs fantasy, not reality,” said the late fashion designer Lee Alexander McQueen. After his sudden death in 2010, it was...

    Fashion, Design
  • The 1960s Trip to Paris Which Saw Barbra Streisand Become a Couture Client By AnOther   -   Aug 16, 2018

    THE 1960S TRIP TO PARIS WHICH SAW BARBRA STREISAND BECOME A COUTURE CLIENT

    There's never any doubt that Barbra Streisand is a star. So she sang, when she left behind Brooklyn for a $5,000-a-week stint on Broadway...

    Look, Star
  • The Little-Known Architect Who Helped Londoners Build Their Own Homes By AnOther   -   Aug 16, 2018

    THE LITTLE-KNOWN ARCHITECT WHO HELPED LONDONERS BUILD THEIR OWN HOMES

    For the fistful of years between 1977 and 1987, architect Walter Segal put a small group of people from a much-ignored corner of south...

    People
  • Telfar on Blurring the Boundaries Between Fashion and Performance Art By AnOther   -   Aug 16, 2018

    TELFAR ON BLURRING THE BOUNDARIES BETWEEN FASHION AND PERFORMANCE ART

    Just before dusk on Friday last week, a crowd gathered on the grass outside London's Serpentine Gallery in anticipation of the latest...

    Fashion
  • Trompe l'Oeil Photographs Recreating Floral Still Life Paintings By AnOther   -   Aug 15, 2018

    TROMPE L'OEIL PHOTOGRAPHS RECREATING FLORAL STILL LIFE PAINTINGS

    What lengths would you go to capture the vivid beauty of a painting you loved - but with real, living objects to replace the brush...

  • Inside the Private Diary of an Avant-Garde Dancer By AnOther   -   Aug 14, 2018

    INSIDE THE PRIVATE DIARY OF AN AVANT-GARDE DANCER

    Hélène Vanel, Loïs Hutton and Margaret Morris: three dancers, artists and teachers who exemplify the early 20th-century avant-garde....

  • This LA-based Brand Creates Perfume, But Not As You Know It By AnOther   -   Aug 14, 2018

    THIS LA-BASED BRAND CREATES PERFUME, BUT NOT AS YOU KNOW IT

    Who is it? LA-based fragrance house Goest Perfumes , founded by perfumer Jacqueline Steele Why do I want it? Mind-bending unisex fragrances...

  • We're Hiring! Digital Assistant, AnOther Loves By AnOther   -   Aug 14, 2018

    WE'RE HIRING! DIGITAL ASSISTANT, ANOTHER LOVES

    About Us Dazed Media is the world's leading independent fashion and culture media brand. Twenty-five years ago, Jefferson Hack and...

    Style, Fashion
  • The Photographer Who Captured Decades of Debauched High Society Parties By AnOther   -   Aug 14, 2018

    THE PHOTOGRAPHER WHO CAPTURED DECADES OF DEBAUCHED HIGH SOCIETY PARTIES

    Parties have always been a hotbed for naughty behaviour and fashionable show-offs. As such, party photography remains an essential...

    Fashion
  • Little-Known Facts About Pop Art Pioneer Robert Rauschenberg By AnOther   -   Aug 13, 2018

    LITTLE-KNOWN FACTS ABOUT POP ART PIONEER ROBERT RAUSCHENBERG

    Born in Texas, brought up by Fundamentalist Christians and trained as a pharmacist, Robert Rauschenberg would go on to be one of the...

  • Transportive Botanical Ink Drawings of a New York Garden By AnOther   -   Aug 13, 2018

    TRANSPORTIVE BOTANICAL INK DRAWINGS OF A NEW YORK GARDEN

    We live in an age where it is difficult to find a space to disconnect. This was the case for Brooklyn-based artist Christina Zimpel...