As an actor, you don’t play good or bad,” says Jason Isaacs. The 55-year-old star of the Harry Potter films, The Death of Stalin and Star Trek: Discovery is explaining – at a frighteningly fast pace – why I’m wrong to have described his character in Netflix series The OA as “notRead More »
This Friday’s opening of Vessel, a maze-like ‘park’ at the nucleus of the Hudson Yards development, is spring’s hottest ticket. Thomas Heatherwick’s design rivals the High Line for Manhattan promenading, and while it may not feel cool to climb the 2,500 stairs (154 flights!) around its 80 landings in NYC’s summer heat, the waiting list is long.
A London exhibition is celebrating diversity by shining a light on those with the rare skin condition CMN.
The Christian Dior show at the V&A looks set to be the most popular in the museum’s history after it extended its sellout run for another seven weeks. Some 493,043 people saw its most-visited show, Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty, during its 21-week run in 2015 but the museum expects Dior to equal or surpass that with its extended run. Christian Dior: Designer Of Dreams, best-known for his feminine “New Look” silhouette, will now continue until September 1.
Fashion is all about the aesthetic — so a museum is the perfect place to pay homage to different fashion eras and designers. London is home to many museums with exhibitions covering all areas of fashion, from historic designs and contemporary trends to the future of the industry. The V&A’s 2019 Christian Dior: Designer of Dreams exhibition has sent the capital into a fashion frenzy, so now more than ever is the time to see what other venues have to offer.
Your chance to get up close and personal with your favourite Alexander McQueen looks, spanning the eras
Emily Bearn offers a selection of the best children's books and young adult fiction of the year. From rollicking adventures to charming picture-books, these are sure to keep even the most restless kids entertained