Rick Owens’ symphony of sisterhood


‘I’m a concrete cupcake topped with meringue’: speaking from his batcave by the Seine, the designer lifts the lid on his SS16 vision of women supporting women

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Celebrating gay pride in Uganda


As one of the worst places in the world to be LGBTQ, celebrating Pride in Uganda carries huge risks – but a dedicated community of activists is fighting for the right to live and love freely


Daniel Clowes on Shia, Ghost World and solitude


We meet the graphic novelist who created Ghost World to talk about getting lost in solitude, his new book and that day Shia LaBeouf wrote his name in the skies


Anohni on speaking her truth and dancing with rage


Music’s transcendent truth-teller talks subcultural beginnings, the “loathing and idiocy” faced by trans artists and the anger that fuelled the most exhilarating record of her career

who will be shaping culture


in 2016?

How to avoid wasting time


when you’re blue


How can we save London’s club scene?


As beloved dance music venue Dance Tunnel prepares to shut its doors, we asked a range of experts what needs to be done to save our capital's nightlife

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How Jena Malone found her freedom


Between epic road trips and outsider roles, Jena Malone is this generation’s answer to Dennis Hopper – she reveals how she defied the norm to carve her own path in Hollywood


The brutal musical legacy of JG Ballard


Rough Trade is launching its own mag – here we publish their piece on ten pioneering musicians whose work has been inspired by Brutalist architecture, city tower blocks and the novels of JG Ballard

student rents

Students in London are now refusing to pay their rent


Striking against soaring rents and substandard living conditions, the capital’s undergraduates are taking a stand


Rowan Blanchard on taking Tumblr feminism to the world


Making her voice heard on showbiz sexism and teen mental health, the switched-on Disney star is showing girls how to reclaim what was once used to undermine them

Phife Dawg

Phife Dawg: the small street kid who became a rap warrior

MusicYour History

The five-foot assassinator has passed away, so we dive into our archive to 2011, bringing back the musicmaker’s take on life inside A Tribe Called Quest

Zines, posters and gay porn


the skinhead archives

Shia LaBeouf


the #interview

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A definitive guide to Dover Street Market


As the legendary store relocates to Haymarket, we chronicle everything you need to know about it

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@sosadtoday: it’s ok to be sad online


As she premieres her highly-anticipated collection of personal essays, we go head-to-head with poet Melissa Broder – the elusive and neurotically-endearing voice behind our favourite Twitter persona