Olivier Rousteing began at Balmain in 2011, at only 25. Rousteing’s over-the-top rock aesthetic has garned him critical acclaim. And in a world where everything is really never enough, he has also caught the eye of the celebrity set. Kim Kardashian, Kanye West, and Rihanna have all leant their faces to the house’s campaigns. Loïc Prigent has a quick Q&A with the designer about how it all started, his spending habits, and his ever Instagramable life.Continue
Artist Marcela Gutiérrez shares a new series of paintings with Document, inspired by the iconic Flower Series photographs by Robert Mapplethorpe.Continue
For nearly 20 years, the Belgium artist Michaël Borremans has been producing a surreal body of work in painting, drawing, and film that simultaneously mines contemporary image-making and the history of art—The Angel, a painting from 2013 for example, recalls fashion photography (Belgian model Hannelore Knuts served as the muse) as well as portraits by artists like Velazquez, Goya, and Manet. Document previously published a portfolio of the artist's hauntingly beautiful paintings. Last month, "Michaël Borremans: As sweet as it gets," the first solo show of the artist's works in all mediums, opened at the Dallas Museum of Art. Drew Sawyer sat down with curator Jeffrey Grove to discuss Borremans' practice and why he's finally getting a major survey in the U.S.