The last couple of years in the watch world have been defined by couture-focused watch brands leaning into high watchmaking, and absolutely crushing it. Exhibit A: the new Louis Vuitton Tambour Curve GMT Flying Tourbillon. It’s a funky, Parisian interpretation of a modern GMT watch, and packs everything you would expect from an exemplar of haute horology.
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'I Definitely Don't Think I Want To Be An Actor For The Rest Of My Life' : Tom Holland
Tom Holland was 19 when he first appeared as Spider-Man and became his generation’s biggest leading man. Now he holds the keys to the Marvel Cinematic Universe—that is, if he still wants them.
'My Father Believed In Me When I Didn't' - Ayushmann Khurrana
Behind the stratospheric rise of Ayushmann Khurrana lies an individual dialled into the nuances of a changing society, someone willing to challenge the status quo and upend convention. As an actor, he imbues his characters with shades of grey, and unabashedly bares his soul. In the decade since his breakthrough role, Khurrana has navigated the textured universe of Indian storytelling with the precision of a creative who instinctively understands the transformative nature of his medium, and its power to bring about social change.
Vicky Kaushal - 'Taking Risks Makes Me Feel Alive And Stimulated'
Headlining a film is difficult, and few actors do it with more creativity, presence, and commitment. From inhabiting vivid, disparate worlds to embracing characters laden with visceral nuance, his performances always sear. A stickler for perfection, he is that rare combination: an actor and a star.
WELL I GUESS THIS IS GO WING UP
Blink-182’s Mark Hoppus got cancer—and then accidentally shared his diagnosis with the public over social media. Turns out getting sick renewed his faith, healed his old friendships, and reminded him what makes life worth living.
LIBERATING LOCAL CINEMA
The revolution has been televised. | Streaming services in the pandemic provided a long-overdue boost for regional Indian films cutting across borders.
RETURN OF THE JEDI
Audi’s moneymaker is back with a new face and some nifty new tech. Is it a more wholesome SUV than before?
ATHLETE OF THE YEAR GIANNIS ANTETOKOUNMPO
His fairy-tale rise made him a sensation. But now, after turning the once-dismal Milwaukee Bucks into champions, he’s becoming something of a legend. Inside the next whirlwind chapter for the NBA’s most dazzling global star—who’s deciding what he intends to conquer next.
It All Ties In
Accessory trends may ebb and flow, but the tie is still the capo dei capi. The post pandemic resurgence of the classic is proof of its unwavering currency, believes Hermès creative director of men’s silks, Christophe Goineau.
ANDREW GARFIELD'S ANSWERED PRAYERS
How the erstwhile superhero— and perpetual seeker—fashioned himself into one of Hollywood’s finest actors on his own soulful terms.
Adrien Brody Finds his Chill
Nearly 20 years after winning an Oscar and staking his claim as one of his generation’s most serious actors, Adrien Brody is finding a glorious new gear