Architectural Digest brings you to Australia to visit Troye Sivan at his beautiful Melbourne home. Unpretentious yet expertly decorated, Troye collaborated with designer David Flack of local firm Flack Studio to bring the vision of his sunny, soulful home to life. An erstwhile brick factory and handball court, the property was transformed into a residence in 1970 by architect John Mockridge, preserving the essence of its Victorian-era origins. Today, it’s an eclectically decorated sanctuary – and a home for Troye’s artistic imagination.
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At 5:12, while seated at his desk, Troye says, “Not a lot of people know this about me but I am very, very gay. And so just in case people don’t know that, I litter gay, homoerotic books all around the house.”
Avant-garde, provocative, subversive and rebellious – Tom of Finland stamped history with his recognizable artistic style. A virtuoso of drawing, he fashioned the silhouette of a new Gay man – strong, confident, joyful and assertive – fully participating in the visibility and recognition of the nascent Homosexual movement. With text authorized by the artist… View Article
Kick off Pride weekend in LA with Troye Sivan, Charli XCX and friends… With 15 opening acts from the LGBTQ community + allies, the festival’s musical lineup is the perfect blend of emerging and established acts. Outside of music, Go West Fest is rooted in community — by presenting local… View Article
How are you going to celebrate this year? Take in an exhibition – IRL or virtual? Design a new cocktail and try it out on friends? Or a stay at home read-a-book, watch-a-movie kinda celebration? Do your homework, finish your quizzes, and show us your favorite ToF “text” book! 8th May is fast approaching,… View Article