CROWDPLEASER examines the role of image, gender, and representation for women and nonbinary artists in the music industry through a series of artist profiles and photos that feature the artist at their most comfortable and powerful in environments and roles that have historically served men and the male gaze.
Prête, a fashion film introducing the sustainable brand @pretecollection with an ode to French New Wave cinema.
In our series Close Collaborations, Natalie and the LA-based musicians Smoke Season have a conversation about working together on their latest video “Up On Me”
In 2016, Trevor “Trouble” Andrew, or whom you may now know better as the artist called GucciGhost, collaborated with Gucci’s Alessandro Michele on their Fall runway collection. And since then, has built a steady repertoire of work not only as an artist and designer, but also musician. Recently, Andrew designed a special capsule collection for CitiCard’s Vault program — a cool platform for Citi members that gives special access to intimate concerts from performers like P!NK, Muse and Chris Stapleton. Music has always had a special place in Trevor’s heart, dating back to his days of snowboarding and skateboarding, “music has always brought inspiration for me. Like skateboarding [and] snowboarding — there was always a musical element to [them] and it really inspired me. Everybody’s an artist and we just find our own way to be artists,” he says.
Tschabalala Self talks to LADYGUNN about her path to becoming one of America’s most renowned modern artist, why black women are her muse and what she hopes to achieve with work.
Bay Area artist Nicole Wargon’s goal is to push social change through female-oriented design. Nicole puts the woman at the forefront of her work with years of inspiring friendships acting as her muse.
LADYGUNN celebrates Chrishabana’s 10 Year Anniversary + SS19 Presentation @ New Century on 8.22.18! Photos by Maeghan Donohue.
On the eve of her first solo show, With the Glimpse of Your Eyelashes at Leiminspace on August 11th in LA, we chat with multimedia artist Pam Sustaita about her work, her inspirations and how she wants to be remembered in history.