• Olivier Saillard on 1930s Gender-Defying Journalist Annemarie Schwarzenbach By AnOther   -   Nov 19, 2018

    OLIVIER SAILLARD ON 1930S GENDER-DEFYING JOURNALIST ANNEMARIE SCHWARZENBACH

    “Annemarie Schwarzenbach was a great discovery. I was looking for women who wore men's clothes in a literary, intellectual way, and...

    Women, Men, Look, Cars
  • The Stark, Chilling Sets of Luca Guadagnino's Suspiria By AnOther   -   Nov 16, 2018

    THE STARK, CHILLING SETS OF LUCA GUADAGNINO'S SUSPIRIA

    One of the key takeaways of Dario Argento's cult movie Suspiria is that it is very, very red. Sit through a late-night television broadcast...

  • How Kate Bush Became a Unique and Enduring Icon By AnOther   -   Nov 16, 2018

    HOW KATE BUSH BECAME A UNIQUE AND ENDURING ICON

    Kate Bush is often portrayed as otherworldly and ethereal, perhaps because we'll always picture her twirling on those wiley, windy...

  • 50 Questions with Bob Mackie By AnOther   -   Nov 16, 2018

    50 QUESTIONS WITH BOB MACKIE

    Fed by a childhood diet of MGM movies and fashion magazines, Hollywood costumer Bob Mackie has made the pursuit of glamour into a five-decade...

    Glamour, Collection, Design, Costume, Fashion
  • An Homage to the Waking Fever Dream of Dario Argento's 1977 Suspiria By AnOther   -   Nov 16, 2018

    AN HOMAGE TO THE WAKING FEVER DREAM OF DARIO ARGENTO'S 1977 SUSPIRIA

    Quick confession: Suspiria was not my first Dario Argento love. No, that prized cherry will always belong to Four Flies on Grey Velvet...

    Festival
  • From Witches to Freud: Six Books That Inspired Luca Guadagnino's Suspiria By AnOther   -   Nov 16, 2018

    FROM WITCHES TO FREUD: SIX BOOKS THAT INSPIRED LUCA GUADAGNINO'S SUSPIRIA

    “The following texts were all part of the specifics of my process in making Suspiria : Sigmund Freud on the uncanny; historian Carlo...

  • The Extraordinary Life and Work of 20th-Century Photographer Inge Morath By AnOther   -   Nov 15, 2018

    THE EXTRAORDINARY LIFE AND WORK OF 20TH-CENTURY PHOTOGRAPHER INGE MORATH

    Who? Born in Austria in 1923, Inge Morath 's adolescent years overlapped with World War Two, during which she lived in Germany under...

  • Maisie Cousins on the Weird and Wonderful World of Food By AnOther   -   Nov 15, 2018

    MAISIE COUSINS ON THE WEIRD AND WONDERFUL WORLD OF FOOD

    “Food to me is always exciting, it changes form if you leave it, it's colourful and textural,” says British photographer Maisie Cousins...

  • NOWNESS Stages Immersive Group Exhibition in Shanghai By AnOther   -   Nov 15, 2018

    NOWNESS STAGES IMMERSIVE GROUP EXHIBITION IN SHANGHAI

    It is well known that in the Chinese language, single characters can hold a variety of meanings - such as ‘界', for example, which set...

  • Thomas Demand and Elizabeth Diller on Refraction and Reality By AnOther   -   Nov 14, 2018

    THOMAS DEMAND AND ELIZABETH DILLER ON REFRACTION AND REALITY

    Models offer an idealistic rendering of reality - a streamlined and simplified replica. Their purpose is to communicate or represent...

    Models
  • NOWNESS CHINA Stages Immersive Group Exhibition in Shanghai By AnOther   -   Nov 14, 2018

    NOWNESS CHINA STAGES IMMERSIVE GROUP EXHIBITION IN SHANGHAI

    It is well known that in the Chinese language, single characters can hold a variety of meanings - such as ‘界', for example, which set...

  • Decades of Photographing Women Below the Surface of Chinese Society By AnOther   -   Nov 14, 2018

    DECADES OF PHOTOGRAPHING WOMEN BELOW THE SURFACE OF CHINESE SOCIETY

    Delving beneath the surface of Chinese society with his photography since the 1980s, image-maker Zhang Haier has amassed a vast collection...

    Women, Collection
  • A Case for Wearing Patchwork This Winter By AnOther   -   Nov 14, 2018

    A CASE FOR WEARING PATCHWORK THIS WINTER

    A traditional crafting method once solely reserved for repairing threadbare clothing - or recycling scraps of surplus fabric - fashion...

    Fashion, Collection
  • Carcel, the Danish Brand Empowering Incarcerated Women the World Over By AnOther   -   Nov 13, 2018

    CARCEL, THE DANISH BRAND EMPOWERING INCARCERATED WOMEN THE WORLD OVER

    Who is it? Copenhagen-, Peru- and Thailand-based brand Carcel Why do I want it? Timeless pieces rendered in the world's best materials...

    Women, Shopping, Collection, Fashion
  • Soft, Temporary Sculptures Inspired by the Windows of a Danish Patisserie By AnOther   -   Nov 13, 2018

    SOFT, TEMPORARY SCULPTURES INSPIRED BY THE WINDOWS OF A DANISH PATISSERIE

    How can we characterise the relationship between photography and sculpture? Between art and the domestic? Between luxury materials...

    Luxury
  • Designer Ludovic de Saint Sernin Reminisces on Childhood Summer Holidays By AnOther   -   Nov 12, 2018

    DESIGNER LUDOVIC DE SAINT SERNIN REMINISCES ON CHILDHOOD SUMMER HOLIDAYS

    “My dad was married three times and had seven children. So the summer holidays were a time for us all to reunite, all his different...

    Design, Cars
  • Five Things We Wanted to Buy at Paris Photo By AnOther   -   Nov 12, 2018

    FIVE THINGS WE WANTED TO BUY AT PARIS PHOTO

    Paris' majestic Grand Palais - site of Chanel space stations, Hermès horse shows and many a headline-making exhibition - is a thing...

  • Inside Mexico City's Blue House, Where Frida Kahlo was Born, Lived and Died By AnOther   -   Nov 12, 2018

    INSIDE MEXICO CITY'S BLUE HOUSE, WHERE FRIDA KAHLO WAS BORN, LIVED AND DIED

    Some blues are so blue that they're hard to unsee. “That this blue exists makes my life a remarkable one, just to have seen it. To...

  • A Trip to Pleasure Beach for Autumn/Winter 2018 By AnOther   -   Nov 9, 2018

    A TRIP TO PLEASURE BEACH FOR AUTUMN/WINTER 2018

    For fearless fun in the English winter sun, Johnny Dufort and Lotta Volkova took to the promenades of Great Yarmouth's Pleasure Beach...

    Models, Hotels, Collection
  • A Tour Around the Globe via Ten Wonders of the Art World By AnOther   -   Nov 9, 2018

    A TOUR AROUND THE GLOBE VIA TEN WONDERS OF THE ART WORLD

    In new book Destination Art: 500 Artworks Worth the Trip , Phaidon editors confront readers with the question: ‘Why do we travel for...