Inspired by the clothing in Spike Jonze's latest movie, "Her," Opening Ceremony have introduced a capsule collection based on the film's costumes. We've imagined the results of the artistic collaborations of a handful of our favorite off-beat, indie directors to produce some film-inspired capsule collections of their own.
Products include: Artliner 24H by Lancome, Black Orchid by Tom Ford, Eyeliner Pencil by Nars, Eyeliner Stylo by Nars, Fluidline in Blacktrack by MAC, Gun Heel by Chanel, Heart Throwing Knives from Weapons Universe, Lip Layers by Bite Beauty, Holiday Lipstick by Rihanna Hearts MAC, Woo Lipstick by Rihanna Hearts MAC.
The WILD gets up close and personal with this week's style blogger, Frances Kwon of PINK HORRORSHOW.
The Anchal Project is a nonprofit providing marginalized women in India with an alternative livelihood as artisans. But for co-founders Colleen Clines and Devon Miller, Anchal has become something much more than a job; it's a way of life.
Fort Makers creative director Nana Spears talks with us a little about Gaudi, Austen, and Hitler in this week's WILD Profile.
A round up of the week's most alluring fashion shorts.
Name: Morgan Occupation: Intern Seen: Ponce De Leon St., Atlanta, GA WILD Wish: To be a fashion designer.
The WILD's trend roundup from Art Basel Miami Beach is filled with trash and middle fingers.
The woman behind the Toplessblading movement and Brooklyn's HumanNYC Gallery bares all.
The WILD caught up with the traveling tattoo artist to learn a little more about ink on the road, taking influence from literature and obituaries, and mastering a range of styles, from stippled to stick and poke.
I can’t remember the last Christmas-themed sex party I saw onscreen, until Zach Clark's newest not so holiday holiday film. We talked with the director about Christmas cheer, working with non-actors and how to be sincere on camera while wearing a strap-on.
A quick look at the best new artistic videos featuring some bored graffiti masters, raving senior citizens and Rose McGowen's breasts.
The good, the bad, and the ugly from Art Basel Miami 2013.
We've thought outside the gift box on a wide variety of artful presents perfect for those aesthetically picky people on our list.
Fresh from a warehouse during Art Basel Miami Beach,“Most Oddinism” blurs the lines between graffiti and fine art, featuring eight artists, all of whom started painting on the streets.
London-based artists Infinity Bunce lets us in on her colorful world.
Indiepop duo Pure Bathing Culture dropped by our studio for a little acoustic session.
“I do feel my life changing. I feel myself changing,” says Matt Healy, frontman of the Manchester band The 1975. Ten years after initially forming in school, the band was abruptly torn from anonymity in an explosion onto the scene due to a #1 debut album riddled with bold 80s inspired pop hits like “Chocolate” and “Girls,” and a tour […]
SPZRKT is the light for the dark and uninspired musical landscape.
Girl Called Johnny frontwoman Karen Anne says a quiet hello.
Velour Modular, Noah and the Megafauna, Jensen Sportag, and more, now playing at the WILD warehouse.
Flume and Chet Faker's Lockjaw EP masterfully traverses the five stages of grief in only three tracks.
Remembering Mandela, Guantánamo goes dark, green cognitive dissonance in Silicon Valley, and the face of historic inequality in New York City.
Catching up with Feministing.com executive director Lori Adelman to talk feminism in the modern media landscape.
Renewable energies are not scaling up to speed, we consume more energy today than what environment friendly energy technologies can provide, and we’re not likely to catch up any time soon.
After a huge year for gay marriage, the ACLU pushes to spread equality across the states with a campaign looking for engaged couples who want to get married in pro-equality states.