Chicano, a film by Louis Ellison and Jacob Hodgkinson

Lifting the lid on Japan’s underground Chicano culture

Arts+CultureFirst Look

We premiere a film that looks at how Japan’s underground is channelling a culture often negatively associated with LA street gangs and Lowrider cars

Craig Green AW17, J.W.Anderson AW17

How fashion is responding to our uncertain future


Whether it’s returning to home comforts or arming themselves in military garb, this season designers are reacting to a world in crisis

Obama, Yes We Can, Collage

How Barack Obama kick-started black civil rights online


The outgoing president’s 2008 campaign was more revolutionary than we realise, inspiring a new era of Internet activism and black empowerment


An astrological guide to your love life in 2017


Dorothea Lasky and Alex Dimitrov blend poetry, pop culture and the planets for their latest project, ‘The Signs In Love’

The future of


female-led porn

take a look inside


the winter issue

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Can Richard Prince really disown his own art?


As the controversial artist publicly denies ownership of a portrait he created of Ivanka Trump, we question the value of art in the post-truth era

Sang Woo Kim

Artist and model Sang Woo Kim opens show about identity


Kim discusses his first solo exhibition which explores his journey of defining who he is

Dream Article

Why we dreamed about floating down stairs when we were kids


Floating down the stairs in your dreams has become a hotly-discussed phenomenon on Reddit – why do so many of us remember having that one, same dream?


How men are getting off on women ruining their online lives


We speak to Mistress Harley: the world's first ‘techdomme’, and a master of long-distance data domination

Christopher Shannon AW17 LFWM Menswear Dazed

Why the anarchy of rave culture is back in fashion


How London Fashion Week Men’s AW17 revealed the fine line between utopia and dystopia

Gosha Rubchinskiy AW17

Gosha on why he returned to Russia and his image of youth


This season, the designer goes back to his homeland to stage his show – here he explains why and recalls what adidas meant to him in his youth

The most shocking films


based on true stories

The art school student


making porn avant-garde

Mister Lonely

This is the best movie about loneliness


Harmony Korine got addicted to crack, moved to Paris, and hit rock bottom… then he made Mister Lonely


A tribute to the shy girls on the dancefloor


Brittany Newell talks shyness and music as she remembers her friend Cash Askew who was lost in the Oakland warehouse fire