Lola Kirke isn’t one to shy from what she believes in—whether that be performing with an open heart in hopes that she might ignite a spark in someone watching or shirking Hollywood norms on the red carpet. She’s an artist through and through, and as she puts it, “It’s life-affirming when you are inspired, and I guess who am I to dare to try to inspire anyone, but I’m going to try, because why not?”
“I always knew I wanted to entertain in some type of way, and rap is what really stuck with me.” For Kodie Shane, she believes her career chose her and in the latest issue of EIGHTY-NINE, the Atlanta Rapper talks fame, style and the importance of being relatable.
We’d like to invite you to experience the issue as if you’re attending an eclectic dinner party hosted by its guest editor, BØRNS. The singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist who brought us Blue Madonna this year invites us into his world to get to know his inner circle of creatives—including surrealist artist Tali Lennox, Atlanta-based rapper Kodie Shane, Mozart in the Jungle’s Lola Kirke, among many others. Take a seat and click on through. You’re going to be here for a while.
Photographer David Goldman teams up with stylist Allan Kennedy and model Matthew Roberts for tongue in cheek shoot.
Photographer Kim Reenberg shoots a mix of interesting faces for the Spring 2018 issue of Associated.
Greg Gordon, professional football scout and writer, explains why the “articulate idiots” that the barrage of TV coverage has given birth to, is a form of “industrial illness” for a professional analyst of the game.
Meet the players of Ipswich Wanderer FC, a UK based under-15 football club.
There have been many changes in football over the last twenty years but the most significant, from a fan perspective, are the stadiums in which the games are now played.