This year, the actor will star in a Marvel movie, a Disney movie, and her own Netflix show. Over a virtual slime-making session, Lum opens up to E. Alex Jung about family, depression, and the highs and lows of fame. - By E. Alex Jung
Black trans model Jari Jones fronts Calvin Klein's Pride campaign
June 26, 2020
In front of a massive Calvin Klein billboard in Manhattan, Black transgender model, actress and activist Jari Jones popped a bottle of champagne while her own likeness looked down over the city streets. The image of herself she was celebrating is part of Calvin Klein's 2020 Pride campaign #PROUDINMYCALVINS, which features a cast of nine LGBTQ models including Jones, who identifies as a transqueer lesbian. - Jacqui Palumbo, CNN
Ryan McGInley - Grimes Stars in the Cover Story of Vogue Italia May 2020 Issue
May 6, 2020
Musician Grimes takes the cover story of Vogue Italia‘s May 2020 edition captured by fashion photographer Ryan McGinley. In charge of styling was Patti Wilson, with set design from Peter Klein, and casting direction by Piergiorgio Del Moro and Samuel Ellis at DM Fashion Studio. Beauty is work of hair stylist Chanel Croker, and makeup artist Natasha Severino.
Ryan McGinley - Calvin Klein Has a New Campaign Just For Pride
May 14, 2020
Pride parades may be canceled this year, but that doesn't mean Pride isn't being celebrated elsewhere. On Thursday, Calvin Klein released a new campaign for #PROUDINMYCALVINS, shot by Ryan McGinley and featuring nine campaign stars from the LGBTQ+ community and all over the world.
Harry Styles on the Cover of Rolling Stone by Ryan McGinley
Harry Styles made his mark as a solo artist over two years ago with his rootsy, rock-leaning self-titled debut album. After nearly a year of touring theaters, then arenas, and a few deserved months off, he holed up in Malibu for six weeks to record his sophomore LP at Rick Rubin’s Shangri-La studios with producers Jeff Bhasker and Tyler Johnson as well as friends and collaborators like guitarist Mitch Rowland, drummer Sarah Jones and Kid Harpoon (a.k.a. Tom Hull). In Styles’ own words, his new album is “all about having sex and feeling sad.”