Can a lip gloss inspire a movement? A new makeup brand called Lipslut has set out to prove just that. The label is here to help consumers put their money where their mouth is by shaking up the cosmetics industry while combating the United States’ faulty political system.
Introducing Dress Code, a new photo-interview series exploring identity and personal narrative through fashion, style, and self-expression. The first installment features Luca D'Angelo, a 20 year-old student and activist who lives in Greenpoint, Brooklyn.
Korean-Australian Photographer Sophie Hur stumbled upon photography as she was studying to become an actor. Last month, Hur has launched a new photo series examining female identity through intimate portraits and interviews with women she admires.
Dissatisfied with the exclusivity and rigidity of the world of ballet dancing, classically-trained Katy Pyle decided to shake things up by creating the inclusive, queer company Ballez.