Surf Siren Stephanie Gilmore

Nicknamed “Happy Gilmore” for a reason, no one looks more psyched during a contest than 5-time ASP world champion surfer Stephanie Gilmore. Her creativity on a wave, which she describes as “drawing with her feet,” is matched only by her passion for competition. This spirit is captured in Stephanie in the Water, a documentary about…

Jauretsi: How A New Generation Reimagines Cuba´s Future

Creative multi-tasker Jauretsi Saizarbitoria is on a mission to warm the icy, generational stalemate between the US and Cuba. Born in Miami to émigrés who ran one of Cuba’s most popular restaurants, Saizarbitoria does this by fostering positive dialogue on her blog, radio show, and in her directorial debut east of Havana. For our collaborative…

Irvine Welsh: Trainspotting’s Author on EDM, Addiction, and Twitter Rituals

Two decades after penning cult classic Trainspotting, Irvine Welsh’s controversial, canny prose is as socially relevant as ever. Today, a South Florida lifestyle of working out, oceanfront cocktails, and social media binges may not seem punk rock, but writing keeps him connected to his working-class Scottish roots.

Our Interview with TOMS Founder Blake Mycoskie

Now that so many people have adopted this One for One® model, how is TOMS updating that or keeping it fresh? One of the ways that we have really evolved in the last 18 months, that a lot of people aren’t aware of, is our commitment to localized manufacturing.