British based, Tel Aviv born, Ron Arad talks to us through his retrospective at New Yorks Museum Of Modern Art.

One of the most celebrated photographers of the last decade, Ryan McGinley exposes the inspiration behind the lens for his latest exhibition.

Megan Fox is taking a break from the toys to take the lead in new movie, Jennifer’s Body. Talking to Marshall Heyman, on a rainy set in Malibu, she discusses…

Asher Book stars in the forthcoming reboot of movie classic, Fame. Having caught the acting bug at an early age, he is now singing and dancing while adjusting to life…

Iconic moviemaker, Pedro Almodovar, has a long history of producing female-centric stories. To mark the release of his latest film, Broken Embraces, Damon Wise discusses the importance of women…

Landon Pigg is full of caffeine and about to make the transition from music to movies with Drew Barrymore’s directorial debut, Whip It. Maya Singer has coffee (naturally) with the…

Thom Browne wants men to get the best from his clothes and to thrill crowds with their presentation. Yale Breslin questions him over his latest collaboration with Moncler and finds…

Pro’s of the tracksuit, Juicy Couture, are flexing their wings with their new vintage inspired collection.

Fresh from winning the Cartier Award, Jordan Wolfson talks to Wonderland to tell us what he has in store with his next project.

Gossip Girl heartthrob, Chace Crawford is graduating to the big screen with Twelve and stepping up to remake Footloose. He to Marshall Heyman about making it in Hollywood.

Welcome to the mangled and beautiful mind of Paul Laffoley: artist, amputee, cult hero and time-machine inventor… Rupert Howe investigates.

The cold sweats and crazed imaginings of Charlie Kaufman have given us Being John Malkovich, Adaptation and The Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind. Now, with his directorial debut…

Vivienne Westwood talks heroic clothes, urban guerillas and the apocalypse with Iain R. Webb.


Name: Kim Basinger
Occupation: Actress
Date of Birth: December 8 1953
Location: Los Angeles


Film Art: Pretentious, boring and irrelevant? Not any more. Thank God for Oliver Payne and Nick Relph, sighs Ben Cobb…

The UK’s favourite synth-pop princess Little Boots on Jamie Cullum, Phil Oakey and “that horrible little child off X-Factor.”