Mo' vandalism, mo' T-shirts.
A photographer hires body doubles to make pictures of Kim, Kanye, and baby North West.
Raf Simons will be an honorary co-chair.
If you want to use fashion to discuss death, there's a smarter way to go about it.
Along with Karen Finley, the nineties performance artist, who interpreted them into a painting.
Ambushing the performance artist at last night's CFDA Awards, where she talked about the movie she's making about Franco's life (using his own footage, of course).
Camilla Huey created handmade corset sculptures inspired by the women in Aaron Burr's life.
"Sweat poured off my forehead as my body readjusted into an entirely new carriage. My ass seemed to turn into a shelf-thing."
The duo make a macabre (yet whimsical) pilgrimage for the Cut.
The daughter of Annie on her quest to figure out which model-slash-something she'll become.
M/M (Paris)'s 528-page monogram of their work for Balenciaga, Björk, and Vogue Paris; various exhibitions; and interviews over the last twenty years.
She's gone from being a one-hit art wonder to finally getting her own Whitney retrospective.
She described it as "amazing." So much for her art-history background.
Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari's new anthology of their often-disturbing images.
Francesco Vezzoli is crying glittery tears on Yoox for your checkbook.
But she says it has nothing to do with the lack of women in power.
See people who actually have good reasons to wear the resort collections.
Welcome to the twenties, along with Man Ray, Gertrude Stein, and more.
At home with the ribald Girls star who wants to be known for her other art.
Someone ought to make trading cards.