While the entire fashion world travels from Milan to Paris for the start of the Galliano trial and French Fashion Week, we take a moment to take stock of things Stateside. Annnd, we’re done.
Paddle 8, a new art e-commerce site, launches today with “Wit,” a show curated by our friend Glenn O’Brien.
Theophilus London gives GQ his 10 Essentials.
The sequel to Take Ivy is due out next month.
Artist Francesco Vezzoli, the man behind the Trailer for a Remake of Gore Vidal’s Caligula, has released another teaser: this one, starring a nekkid Eva Mendes, is for his own show on now at the Fondazione Prada in Venice.
Free/Man gets us inside Monocle‘s new London HQ.
Opening Ceremony breaks down the films you must see at this week’s Bicycle Film Festival in New York.
One man wonders, did Stieg Larsson caffeinate himself to death?
And, in celebration of yesterday’s Summer Solstice, we bring you photographs of Druids at Stonehenge.
Russell Simmons reports that (yes, you read that correctly) police finally caught up with Jimmy “Henchman” Rosemond, a fugitive (who was hiding at the Union Square W hotel) recently alleged to have contracted the hit on Tupac Shakur.
50 Cent is writing a young adult novel about bullying.
And the gang at Nike throw a serious night surf/skate/ski session.