Required Reading: Radiohead’s Thom Yorke Releases a New Album

+ get a sneak peek of the star-studded film, ‘birdman.’

by sara tardiff

Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke released a new album, Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes, for only $6 on BitTorrent. Why, you ask? He released a whole letter explaining this ‘experiment’ and how he wants to help artists regain control of the internet commerce that comes with making your work public. Keep the karma police at bay and buy it LEGALLY now! (Pitchfork)

Happy birthday Lanvin! Can you believe after 125 years the Parisian fashion house is still killing it? On Thursday, the brand brought back some of their most iconic designs for a major Spring 2015 runway celebration. We’re talking everything from their signature robe de style to lots of that famous Lanvin blue. (Fashionista)

Um, so, Kelis, the queen of milkshakes and having boys in her yard, just admitted she doesn’t actually drink milkshakes. We are oh so very confused (but, hey, more for us). (Us Magazine)

While it seems like movie critics can’t agree on much, the consensus seems to be that Alejandro Gonzalez Iñarritu’s Birdman is simply phenomenal. The film debuted at the Venice Film Festival and rocks an all-star cast including Emma Stone, Zach Galifianakis, Edward Norton, and Naomi Watts. Watch the trailer below and click through to check out newly released images of the film, which follows an ex-movie superhero star as he finds his footing in the world of theater. Plus, keep an eye out for the movie’s release in select theaters Oct. 17! (IndieWire)

Want to smell like Edgar Allan Poe?! Just kidding, that’d be creepy. But you can smell like a spicy, musky woodland nymph inspired by the author’s own air of mystery. Look out for Frapin’s perfume Nevermore, available at Barneys in October. (Into The Gloss)

Leave it to Maison Martin Margiela to turn their Paris Fashion Week show into a fully immersive experience. The mystifying fashion brand took over Dazed Digital to reveal a series of experimental clips to give insight into the world of Margiela. Dreamy, eerie, and cool. (Dazed Digital)