Scottish photographer Harry Benson has a knack for finding himself in the right place at the right time. When The Beatles went on their inaugural American tour in 1964, Benson was there, camera in hand, to capture it all, including the now iconic image of the four Liverpool lads having a pillow fight in their hotel room. He stole rare moments alone with the king of pop, Michael Jackson, captured Frank Sinatra and Mia Farrow in disguise, and now a retrospective of his work is on show at Staley-Wise gallery through January 28.
When I move you move. Our Face of August Phoenix Anderson shares her favourite late night destinations to groove the night away in New York City.
“Thirty designers, 80,000 steps, 25 Ubers, 20 croissants, 18 margaritas, 36 hours sleep and one lost voice box.” Désordre boutique’s Shannon Thomas shares her whirlwind seven-day trip to Paris with RUSSH.
Lipstick for a cause. Revlon Australia partners with Drought Angels for the launch of a new campaign, Bold Matters, aimed at supporting those affected by current drought conditions in Australia.