Early the morning Edward Enninful was announced as the new editor in chief of British Vogue last April, he received an email applauding his historic appointment as the first black man to lead such a prestigious fashion imprint.
“Congratulations! You deserve it,” it read, written by industry icon André Leon Talley.
Enninful replied: “You paved the way.”Read more
1968: May Days (Grand soirs et petits matins) William Klein’s documentary, shot entirely in Paris in May 1968 with a hand-held camera, captures students organizing at the Sorbonne, the protests and blockades in Paris’ Latin Quarter, and the throngs of union organizers and activists, Alain Resnais, Jacques Rivette and Marguerite Duras among them. A true time capsule of a turbulent time.Read more
John David Washington was so intent on making a name for himself that he suffered five concussions, a torn meniscus and broken ribs while trying to distance himself from his father’s celebrity.
As a kid, Washington -- who goes by J.D., because John David is his actual first name -- knew he wanted to be an actor.Read more