The photography of Mary McCartney is like the woman herself: real, natural, full of life, and shot from the hip. The artist talks about her work and her style—and her mother’s legacy, from cancer centers to vegetarianism campaigns.
You’ve likely never heard of Beaumont, Texas (pop: 118,000), a petrochemical-refining hub on the Texas Gulf Coast that lies near the swamp-lined, alligator-inhabited border between Texas and Louisiana. It’s also the seat of Jefferson County, where Sheriff Zena Stephens recently took office, becoming the first African American female sheriff in the history of the state of Texas.
No longer hostage to the demands of the fast-paced fashion industry, the former Calvin Klein designer introduces his new project: a socially responsible, slow-luxury lifestyle brand called Costa Brazil.
Environmentalists, activists and explorers Beverly and Dereck Joubert, share their passion and drive to try and work towards a peaceful existence between humans and animals.
More than a photographer for fashion publications, Alexi Lubomirski came to the world’s attention when he was commissioned to photograph the official engagement and wedding portraits of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, now the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
As daughter to Ted Turner, being an activist for good and environmentally conscious is in Laura Turner Seydel’s DNA. “I am passionate about health, quality of life and future of our children.”
Sisters Melati and Isabel Wisen talk about their environmental organization called BBPB, which stands for Bye Bye Plastic Bags. It was founded in Bali in 2013 when Melati was 12 years old and Isabel was 10 years old.