The colorful and flamboyant designer Vivienne Westwood turns 75. Known as the queen of punk fashion, she's still very active in the fashion world.
Fast fashion may well be a modern phenomenon, but the environmental damage and exploitation of workers that goes into the business of staying on-trend has a long history, as a new exhibition at London's Victoria & Albert Museum reveals.
His fashion brand was characterized by clear, simple lines, and Calvin Klein was second to none at marketing it. Today, the designer – who is celebrating his 75th birthday Sunday – lives quietly in New York.
A small step for Gosling, a great step for moviegoers? The Hollywood heartthrob plays astronaut Neil Armstrong in his new film, First Man, which will opens the 75th Venice Film Festival in late August.
On his 100th birthday, people all over the world are celebrating Nelson Mandela's legacy: as South Africa's first black president and a giant of the anti-apartheid struggle. But Mandela was also a family man.
When Cat Stevens suddenly converted to Islam and quit music in the midst of his folk-pop poet heyday, fans were left scratching their heads. But the septuagenarian has been reunited with his guitar in recent years.
The EU is much more than an abstract idea – it's tangible, as evidenced by the European town Görlitz-Zgorzelec. Check-in presenter Lukas Stege sets out on a reconnaissance mission across the Western Neisse River.
The Berlin Philharmonic Winds share their love of a popular form of chamber music known as Harmoniemusik. This music for wind ensemble and double bass is guaranteed to lift your spirits!
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