Serie A giants Juventus reimagined their look. French heavyweights PSG partnered with Jordan Brand. Now Arsenal and Inter Milan are following suit. But football’s interest in design has little to do with the sport itself.
In National Geographic's Genius: Aretha, a closer look at the singer's creative brilliance that propelled her fame
The series doesn’t shy from less savoury details of Franklin’s biography, including difficult relationships and the impact her ambitions sometimes had on loved ones.
Grammy-winning writer Thulani Davis on women writing album liner notes, and the cultural loss that follows their absence
The originality that Davis brought to the notes genre no doubt played a role in her Grammy breakthrough. But it did not open the floodgates to other women writing liners, an ongoing inequity that has largely gone unnoticed in a relatively obscure category.
In a report to its employees in February 2021, The Times committed to increasing the percentage of Blacks and Latinos in leadership roles from 9 percent now to 13.5 percent within five years.
Louvre moves artworks to a safe house in a preemptive bid to preserve them against Seine's floodwater
Already 100,000 works have been moved — including paintings, carpets, tapestries, grand sculptures, small figurines, furniture and decorative pieces — dating from antiquity to the 19th century.
Tom Ford on live Instagram shows, playing god as a filmmaker, and creating a racially inclusive industry
'I like to think of myself as colourblind, but I recognise, of course, that I’m not. I live in this world. I know I will never understand what it feels like to be a Black man or woman in our culture today, but we have to keep having the conversation,' Tom Ford says on nurturing a racially diverse fashion industry.
In ambience rooms, YouTube creators couple serene soundscapes with images for an immersive experience
They are part of a long tradition of audiovisual products and programming designed to make a space feel a little more relaxing, a little nicer.
Researchers are working on prototypes of a so-called 'pancoronavirus vaccines' with promising, but early, results from experiments on animals.
The lengths of the molecular bonds between einsteinium and eight neighbouring atoms was also calculated for the first time.
An eclipse in May overlaps with a period when the moon is close to Earth, in what is known by some as a 'super blood moon'.
Donald Trump mulled naming Sidney Powell, who floated election conspiracy theories, as voter fraud special counsel
During a White House meeting, the outgoing president also asked about deploying the military to 'rerun' the election. Ex-NSA Michael Flynn, whom Trump recently pardoned, called on the president to declare martial law
New York Times says its podcast ‘Caliphate’ didn’t meet standards, term it an 'institutional failing'
The series had won a Peabody Award, the first ever for a podcast produced by the newspaper, but within hours administrators said The New York Times would return the award
Showtime docudrama on Ronald Reagan rests on conspicuous parallelisms between his and Donald Trump's presidencies
The Reagans, a four-part documentary streaming in India on Voot Select, is a consistently revisionist enterprise, resting on the premise that Ronald Reagan has been treated far too well by history — that he is seen today as an exemplary president.
Research shows vaping link to COVID-19; long-term effects of infection in e-cigarette smokers still unknown
Experts have warned that the virus in all likelihood capitalizes on the scarred lungs of smokers and vapers.
Father Soldier Son review: An intimate, gut wrenching portrait of an American family, manhood, and a nation at war
A New York Times documentary, Father Soldier Son spans 10 years in the lives of American soldier Barry Eisch and his sons Isaac and Joey.
Weiss’ observations hold true for most self-proclaimed ‘liberal’ newsrooms across the world.
Condé Nast is one of many media organisations, including The New York Times, whose employees have questioned company leaders as people around the world have taken part in protests prompted by the killing of George Floyd.
NYT opinion editor James Bennet, who cleared controversial column which called for US military to quell riots, resigns
James Bennet, The New York Times editorial page editor responsible for publishing a column that advocated using the military to quiet protests over US racial inequality, resigned on Sunday, the newspaper announced.
Hayley Williams on Paramore, her new album Petals for Armor, and crafting music fuelled by rage and sadness
Hayley Williams spent a few years trying to play the role of suburban wife and almost gave up her career for it. In public, she was a yowling firebrand, a magnetic presence with candy-coloured hair and arena audiences wrapped up in every move. In private, though, she was trapped in cycles of distrust and shame.
We saw the first black hole photo, many moon landings, the most distant asteroid ever imaged beyond Pluto among other spectacular wonders.