The new Netflix miniseries about the influential fashion designer would benefit from a closer look at the work that made his name.
From Do the Right Thing to Selma to Black Panther, Carter’s costume designs have long been defined by their ability to elevate characters too often marginalized.
The perfect movie for New York Fashion Week is 1981’s Model, Frederick Wiseman behind-the-scenes documentary on the industry.
Judy Chicago’s collaboration with the fashion house, a runway-installation called The Female Divine, includes a woven catwalk carpet and 21 banners embroidered with questions including “What if Women Ruled the World?”
More of an art- or archival collection than a typical book, Cunnigham’s recently reissued Changes gathers sketches, notes, photographs, programs, and all other manner of ephemera in a creative package.
Surface Knowledge, the latest Flaherty NYC screening series, presents enthralling experimental documentary shorts which play with ways of seeing and experiencing the world.
The documentary América is a tender look at three brothers caring for their grandmother in her last days.
The documentary The Booksellers argues that independent bookstores are more vital than ever in the digital age.
An exhibition at the New-York Historical Society presents the work of six female photographers who worked for LIFE magazine during its golden age.
The documentary Recorder explores the life and work of Marion Stokes, who amassed the world’s largest independent TV archive without anyone noticing.