Bingeing on love, laughter, charm and the diverse and multi-cultural melting pot that is New York City in Master of None, an original Netflix TV series by Aziz Ansari, Alan Yang and Lena Waithe.
There’s more than just art and architecture at The Getty Centre. With more than five hundred varieties of plants in the Central Garden alone, to the Cactus Garden in the South Promontory, fountains in the Museum Courtyard, shady hideaways and views of the Santa Monica Mountains… read more
Australian artist George Byrne grew up in Balmain, Sydney and moved to Los Angeles in 2010. His photography perfectly captures the colour, light, lines and landscape of Los Angeles, and often remind me of a David Hockney painting who incidentally, he cites is one of the artists who inspire him… read more
Bingeing on Love, an original Netflix TV series by Judd Apatow, Paul Rust, Lesley Arfin and David King, starring Gillian Jacobs, Paul Rust and Claudia O’Doherty.
The House of Dior celebrates its seventieth anniversary this year with an exhibition that showcases the history of the House through the designs of Mr Dior himself and his successors Yves Saint Laurent, Marc Bohan, Gianfranco Ferré, John Galliano, Raf Simons and current creative director Maria Grazia Chiuri… read more
Olivier Assayas second collaboration with Kristen Stewart is an eerie tale of a young American woman in Paris, Maureen Cartwright, trying to make contact with the spirit of her twin brother while carrying out her day-to-day duties as a personal shopper for a high-profile and incredibly difficult celebrity… read more
William Eggleston is often described as the pioneer of colour photography and an inspiration for Sofia Coppola who describes viewing his work as “having your breath taken away”… read more
With echoes of Sofia Coppola’s Virgin Suicides Deniz Gamze Ergüven’s Oscar nominated Mustang is such a special film and one of my favourites this year… read more
The Neon Demon polarised audiences at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival and judging by the conversations heard on my way out of the screening at the Astor Theatre last weekend its a film that continues to do so. Yes there are a few scenes that are shocking and uncomfortable to watch (for those who have seen it you will know exactly which scenes I am referring to) however… read more
Apparently Richard Burton famously quipped that in the nine months Elizabeth Taylor spent in Rome filming Cleopatra, she learned just one word of Italian — ‘Bulgari’.
Italian Jewels: Bulgari Style, a free exhibition at the NGV International until 29 January 2017.
A film that definitely stays with you and easily the best film I have seen this year. Nocturnal Animals 2016, directed by Tom Ford, starring Amy Adams, Jake Gyllenhaal, Michael Shannon, Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Isla Fisher.
Loewe’s new phonebook-size tome captures the evolution of the 170 year-old brand through a series of editorial photography and campaign images, and it’s metamorphosis since Jonathan Anderson joined as creative director in October 2013.
Loewe ‘Past, Present, Future’ curated by Luis Venegas.
Drive turns five. It seems like only yesterday that I sat in a movie theatre, large popcorn in my lap, excited and anxious to see a film that everyone was talking about. Drive was (and still is) a mesmerising experience… read more
Stephen Baker: In-between days, November 11-13, G1 Gallery Upstairs, 5 Easey Street, Collingwood… read more
I’m a sucker for science fiction, particularly tales of dystopian futures and loved everything about this film. Equals, starring Kristen Stewart and Nicholas Hoult and directed by Drake Doremus.