fbpx

INTERVIEWS

INTERVIEW: ACTRESS CHRISTINA CHONG ON HER DEBUT SINGLE AND UPCOMING EP “TWIN FLAMES”

Disclaimer: This interview was completed prior to the SAG-AFTRA strike. When Christina Chong auditioned over Zoom for the Paramount+ series Star Trek: Strange New Worlds, she knew very little about Star Trek and her character, La'an Noonien-Singh. Chong accepted the role after seeing only three scenes, and the world is lucky she did – La'an…

INTERVIEW: ACTRESS THERICA WILSON-READ ON “THE WITCHER” AND UPCOMING AMY WINEHOUSE BIOPIC

When Netflix premiered the first season of The Witcher almost four years ago, the world was introduced to one of its most promising young stars, Therica Wilson-Read. The “life-changing” turning point that The Witcher represented for the British actress came well-earned after her years studying at London’s Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts, after which she…

INTERVIEW: DENISE TOBLER ON FOUNDING DEVALUCHI JOAILLERIE AND USING JEWELRY TO EMPOWER WOMEN

Denise Tobler has been passionate about designing stunning jewelry since she was a child making accessories out of paper and bottle caps to sell to classmates. After studying gemology at prestigious schools, Tobler founded Devaluchi Joaillerie in 2018 with the intent of creating high-quality, fashion-forward jewelry that sets itself apart from the traditional and the…

INTERVIEW: ACTRESS NATALIE MORALES CHATS STARRING OPPOSITE JENNIFER LAWRENCE IN “NO HARD FEELINGS” + LGBTQ INCLUSION IN HOLLYWOOD

Instead of viewing her individuality as a risk to her continued success, Natalie Morales channeled it into bringing groundbreaking queer characters to the small screen in shows like Dead to Me and Abby’s, telling the kinds of female LGBTQ+ stories that television has been slow to acknowledge. But that’s not where the breadth of her…

“REBEL” ISSUE EXCLUSIVE: MODEL LOTTIE MOSS WITH PHOTOGRAPHY BY NICK RHODES

As featured in The Untitled Magazine's REBEL ISSUE:  “There was this one article that was written about me. It was a woman that wrote it, and she said ‘Lottie Moss Hits Rock Bottom.’ I remember it so clearly, her really just talking shit about me.” For those only somewhat familiar with Lottie Moss, the headline…

“REBEL” ISSUE INTERVIEW: DRAG QUEEN CHARITY KASE FORGOES ALL FORMS OF GENDER, CONFORMITY, AND SYSTEMATIC RULES TO CREATE ONE-OF-A-KIND ART

When hearing artist Charity Kase discuss her philosophy behind drag as an art form, her otherworldly, over-the-top, alternative style begins to make perfect sense. Focusing predominantly on non-human forms, Charity’s drag exists in a realm of the surreal, sometimes inspired by pop culture and media figures, but more often of her own twisted creation. Charity…

INTERVIEW: ACTRESS DAFNE KEEN FOR THE “REBEL” ISSUE

British-Spanish actress Dafne Keen has been on the rise on the big and small screen in her short 17 years. Making her debut alongside her actor father in The Refugees while being simultaneously coached by her mother, Keen gained true prominence acting alongside heavy hitters Hugh Jackman in Marvel’s Logan, an experience which set her…

“REBEL” ISSUE EXCLUSIVE: PALAYE ROYALE ENTER A NEW ERA WITH THEIR CAREER-DEFINING ALBUM “FEVER DREAM”

The Canadian-American brother band Palaye Royale began their monumental journey over a decade ago, making a big splash when their previous album, The Bastards, reached number 12 on the Billboard Alternative Album chart. The punk “fashion art” band, as they refer to themselves, encompasses authenticity through all aspects of their art, even since their early…

INTERVIEW: BEN RADCLIFFE UNPACKS HIS INTENSE ROLES IN “ANATOMY OF A SCANDAL” AND UPCOMING WWII DRAMA “MASTERS OF THE AIR”

It’s not often you see an actor transition from the fantastical world of sci-fi to the gritty realm of political scandals and WWII drama. Ben Radcliffe, having recently starred in CW’s Pandora, has successfully proven such a range with two other major projects. Last year, the British actor assumed the role of James Whitehouse in…

COVER STORY: ARTIST KOHLBEN VODDEN

In celebration of Frieze Week New York, The Untitled Magazine is pleased to present the winner of our first-ever digital cover open call, the talented Australian figurative artist Kohlben Vodden. When it comes to Vodden, equating the act of painting to merely a “mode of expression” seems reductive. Instead, each of his works is a…

INTERVIEW: DR. NICK MAVROSTOMOS ON COSMETIC DENTISTRY AS AN ARTISTIC CRAFT AND WHAT MAKES AN A-LIST SMILE

More and more New Yorkers are becoming acquainted with the “Dr. Mavro smile,” whether they have one themselves or not. At only 29 years old, Dr. Nick Mavrostomos is not only the city’s youngest cosmetic dentist, he’s already established himself as a go-to resource for a clientele of actors, musicians, athletes, and other A-listers for…

INTERVIEW: UNIFORM OBJECT FOUNDER DAVID FARRUGIA ON LATEST COLLECTION “SUPERNOVA” AND JEWELRY AS AN ART FORM

David Farrugia, the mastermind behind luxury jewelry brand Uniform Object, operates with a very singular vision. Known for its emphasis on process and stimulation, Uniform Object sees Farrugia utilizing his appreciation for artisanal practices and natural phenomena to build collections that are unmistakably his own. He prefers to keep his circle tight, only allowing input…

INTERVIEW: MODEL ASH STYMEST ON GETTING DISCOVERED AT 16, WORKING WITH HEDI SLIMANE, AND HIS MUSIC

Plenty of fashion figures are multi-hyphenates, but it’s not often that a model begins a career in acting and music with quite the style or swagger of Ash Stymest. Kickstarting his career at 16 years old, when he was scouted while skateboarding on the streets of Camden, Stymest’s CV stretches far and wide, having worked…

COVER STORY: MULTI-HYPHENATE BELLA THORNE

The multi-hyphenated Bella Thorne has taken several paths toward the “rebel” moniker. After landing her initial big break as CeCe Jones on Disney Channel's Shake It Up in 2010, Bella pursued a myriad of other roles, from more children’s entertainment to adult independent films further down the line. While it is unsurprising that she, like…

INTERVIEW: ARTIST KAT TORONTO AKA MISS MEATFACE SUBVERTS GENDER POWER DYNAMICS THROUGH SELF-PORTRAITURE

Kat Toronto, aka “Miss Meatface,” tackles contemporary femininity head on. Forced to reconsider her womanhood after a 2010 cervical cancer diagnosis and a subsequent full hysterectomy at 29, Kat turned to her family history and inner feminine expression to redefine herself and her creative process. A San Francisco Bay native, her performance-based photography confronts society’s…

Where Art, Fashion & Culture Collide

Member Login

Forgot Password?

Join Us

Password Reset

Please enter your e-mail address. You will receive a new password via e-mail.