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22 Sep. 2023 - 16:13 UTC
The big one we’ve all been waiting for is here, as new creative director Sabato De Sarno debuted his first collection for the House of Gucci. Here’s everything you need to more [...]
22 Sep. 2023 - 15:35 UTC
If you’ve been keeping up with the soundwaves lately, you’ll be familiar with ‘bruxaria’ (meaning ‘witchcraft’), a punishing and experimental take on baile funk coming straight from São [...]
22 Sep. 2023 - 13:56 UTC
Since 2015, Eartheater (Alexandra Drewchin) has made a name for herself with hallucinatory art-pop that shapeshifts effortlessly between sounds and textures, coaxing listeners with haunting [...]
22 Sep. 2023 - 13:22 UTC
Congratulations: you got into uni, and now Freshers’ week is here. All your shiny new IKEA plates and pans have been boxed up and shunted into the boot of your dad’s car and your mum is already [...]
22 Sep. 2023 - 12:23 UTC
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22 Sep. 2023 - 10:37 UTC
Calvin Klein collaborations have always featured some of the creative industries’ most stylish talent. In the last year alone, various Dazed x Calvin Klein shoots have included the likes of Amandla [...]
22 Sep. 2023 - 10:19 UTC
Over the past couple of weeks, a succession of online controversies has forced people to confront a troubling question: if your friends were bitching about you, if they were making fun of your [...]
22 Sep. 2023 - 10:07 UTC
Prada shows are always a big highlight of fashion month, but when we tell you this season’s outing was sheer perfection, we’re not exaggerating. Both Raf Simons and Mrs. P herself both spoke of [...]
21 Sep. 2023 - 14:36 UTC
A corporate queen in a power suit and a bright pink AK47 delivers a madcap speech to the masses. A chorus of live flautists transform their song in real-time using AI-generated sounds. A [...]
21 Sep. 2023 - 14:20 UTC
We all know by now that Coperni’s distinct eye for fashion lands somewhere between technology and strange dystopia – for proof, see Bella Hadid’s viral spray-on dress from SS23 or most [...]


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22 Sep. 2023 - 9:00 UTC
If asked to name the best-known tower in London, one could, perhaps, make a fair case for the likes of the Shard or the Gherkin. But whatever their current prominence on the skyline, those works of [...]
22 Sep. 2023 - 8:00 UTC
Before her literary fame, her stormy relationship with Ted Hughes and her crippling battles with depression, Sylvia Plath was an enthusiastic student at Smith College. “The world is splitting open [...]
21 Sep. 2023 - 9:00 UTC
In the small town of Cloquet, Minnesota stands a piece of urban utopia. It takes the surprising form of a gas station, albeit one designed by no less a visionary of American architecture than Frank [...]
21 Sep. 2023 - 8:00 UTC
In high school, the language I most fell in love with happened to be a dead one: Latin. Sure, it’s spoken at the Vatican, and when I first began to study the tongue of Virgil and Catullus, friends [...]
20 Sep. 2023 - 9:00 UTC
The distinctiveness of the accent heard in a place reflects that place’s isolation. It’s probably no coincidence that, as almost every place in the world has become less isolated, accents [...]
20 Sep. 2023 - 8:00 UTC
As a general rule, you can gain a decent understanding of any part of the world by eating its regional specialties. This holds especially true in a country like China, with its great size and deep [...]
19 Sep. 2023 - 9:00 UTC
The Leaning Tower of Pisa has stood, in its distinctive fashion, for six and a half centuries now. But it hasn’t always leaned at the same angle: to get the most dramatic view, the best time to [...]
19 Sep. 2023 - 8:00 UTC
What do Tiffany lamps have in common with Kleenex? A brand name so mighty, it’s become an umbrella term. Of course, Kleenex is still manufacturing tissues, whereas authentic lamps from Louis [...]
18 Sep. 2023 - 9:00 UTC
The photo above depicts Lev Nikolayevich Tolstoy, better known in the English-speaking world as Leo Tolstoy. It dates from 1908, when he had nearly all his work behind him: the major novels War and [...]
18 Sep. 2023 - 8:00 UTC
?si=n8hyTDl7Wn6FLq3a Discovered amidst the wreckage of a sunken ship off the coast of Greece in 1901, the Antikythera Mechanism (previously featured here on Open Culture) is often considered the [...]

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