LADYGUNN chats with young star in the making, Ruby Karp about her debut novel Earth Hates Me, musings on growing up on the internet and New York’s elite comedy scene and her no holds barred way to navigating life.
Panteha Abareshi is a young artist with many identities. One such identity is a person suffering from mental illness, which she represents through her art.
November 8th, 2016, the night that Donald Trump was elected President of the United States, is a painful date for many to recall. It was surreal, triggering, saddening and everything in between for many women and minorities who felt personally attacked by his campaign rhetoric. One thing, however, that many people including our LADYGUNN team felt, was […]
LADYGUNN Fashion Editorial starring NOLA creative Keni Anwar plus an exclusive preview of his project BLUE IS THE WARMEST COLOR.
800 photos / Devon Trunk model / Olivia Pierce All photos taken with Nikon 8008 with Kodak Portra 400speed Film.
Emerald Gruin is a green-eyed, ivory anchor for the current state of art. Born in Sydney to a ceramicist mother, Emerald grew up in an art studio with a cat called Clay. The art aficionado spent her early 20’s modeling in London, Paris, and Hong Kong, before settling in New York. “I was modeling in London, […]
photos / Brian Bruno story / Miz Kane During childhood, we receive encouragement from multiple sources to allow ourselves to think that nothing is impossible and to stretch our imaginations, if need be, to help us believe so. Just taking a look at all the animations geared towards youth, we’re almost trained to become acclimated […]
Glory Hole. What imagery do those words inspire? Most of you are thinking dirty thoughts right now, and that is just fine. Curators 1985 and Kelsey & Rémy Bennett presented a group exhibition with the same name at this year’s SPRING/BREAK Art Show at the historic Moynihan Station. While the term “glory hole” has a […]