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Life & CulturePortfolioInside the Strange World of British WrestlingAnother Man previews a new book about the golden age of British WrestlingAnother Man
Life & CultureFeatureThe Male Model Schooling the World on Queer HistoryJack Guinness discusses his new website celebrating LGBTQ+ pioneers and the fashion industry’s complex relationship with queer cultureLouis Staples
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Life & CulturePortfolioCapturing the Golden Age of Rock and RollMichael Putland has turned his lens on rock and roll’s finest – now, he’s putting his 50-plus years of work on displayAnother Man
Life & CultureNewsWes Anderson Is Curating a ShowThe exhibition will open in Vienna before travelling to VeniceAnother Man
Violet Chacki Drag Race Winner interview Dilara Another Man
Life & CultureLongreadMeeting Violet Chachki, the Drag Race Winner Taking Over FashionAfter taking the menswear and couture shows by storm, Chachki shares her thoughts about gender fluidity on the runway slowly becoming fashion’s new normHannah Tindle
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Life & CultureNewsBlood Orange Releases Two New SongsThe alternative R&B star drops new music to celebrate the start of Black History MonthAnother Man
Jordan Hunt musician Mother interview Another Man
Life & CulturePremiere Watch a New Video from Emerging Sad-Boy Pop Musician Jordan HuntThe composer and vocalist debuts his latest single, MotherAnother Man
Life & CulturePortfolioErotic Collages Crafted from Books and MagazinesMeet The Skinny Type aka Martin El Mas Flaco who creates hand-cut collages infused with fantasyAilidh Maclean
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Life & CultureVideoWatch: Tim Blanks Meets the Frontman of Roxy Music, Bryan FerryIn this video, Tim quizzes Bryan on all things RoxyAnother Man
Life & CultureLongreadThe Designer Who Crafted Roxy Music’s Boundary-Breaking LookDescribed as ‘the most criminally overlooked designer in British fashion’, Antony Price put the ‘glam’ in ‘glam rock’. Speaking to Susanne Madsen, he reflects on his era-defining collaboration with Roxy MusicSusanne Madsen
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Life & CultureFeatureWhat Roxy Music Means to MeThomas Gorton shares what the band – specifically the artwork of their 1974 album Country Life – means to himThomas Gorton
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Life & CulturePremiereUnseen Footage of Roxy Music Live in 1972Check out the iconic, Bryan Ferry-fronted glam-rock troupe performing Would You Believe? at the Bataclan in ParisTom Connick