We all want to change the world. A period of counterculture, idealism and sweet music – the late 1960s saw a generation shake off the confines of their parents and the past for a fundamental shift in the way things were. From September, London’s Victoria & Albert Museum will explore the youth culture, freedom and rebellion of the post-war period through photography, fashion and installations – focussing on events that defined the era, like the Paris protests of May 1968 and, of course, Woodstock in 1969. Revolution? Records and Rebels 1966-1970 runs from September 10, 2016.
Everything you need to know about Loewe’s ninth exhibition at this year’s PHotoEspaña International Festival of Photography and Visual Arts.
“Your mind will answer most questions if you learn to relax.” Find yourself at Six Senses Ninh Van Bay, Vietnam.
“I’m in the business of visual storytelling.” We follow creative director and stylist Stephanie Stamatis on a sourcing trip to Mediterranean Wholesalers, with her essential R.M.Williams Saddle bag.