This week, New Yorkers woke up to find Calvin Klein Jeans’ new fall campaign, which features a gay couple for the first time in the brand’s history, posted on one of the biggest billboards in the city (read more)
Is there a greater example of American excess than the presidential campaign process? According to early estimates, Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign could cost up to $2 billion. But it doesn’t have to be this way — just look at Norway or Brazil.
Louise Bourgeois in a 1997 Helmut Lang advertisement
Bruce Weber: “Helmut Lang asked me to take a picture of Louise. I asked if it was important to show any objects or clothes, and he said ‘No, but I made a little crown for her and maybe she’ll wear it, maybe she won’t.’”