The grace and beauty of equestrian vaulting are showcased in this collaboration between Laura and filmmaker Sharif Hamza, created for Nowness: We Vault.
Laura the indie fashion fighter tells the SF Chronicle, “Fashion makes me accessible” — and here’s how she does it!
Fashion is the focus when Laura speaks with the New York Daily News.
Karen Walker celebrates the tenth anniversary of Karen Walker Eyewear and cites her design inspirations, starting with JT LeRoy.
Laura interviews Costume National founder Ennio Capasa.
When Laura met Christian Lacroix.
Acclaimed photographer Steven Klein reveals his fetish for Laura…
Actor Tom Lipinski has an ax to grind in the striking short film Radiance, created for ContentMode by director Drew Lightfoot and writer Laura Albert.
Sharif Hamza and Laura Albert created the beautiful poetic short film Dreams of Levitation for Nowness.
Actress Eloise Mumford (Fifty Shades of Grey) discusses her career and her commitment to “dispelling the notion that ‘other’ is bad or wrong” with Laura and ContentMode.
Yael Stone‘s Australian accent comes through as she talks to Laura and ContentMode about acting, fashion, prison reform, and her role on “Orange Is The New Black.”
Actor Andrew Rannells (“Girls”) speaks to Laura and ContentMode in this video interview — with music by West Coast beatmaster T Fiya!
Pride star Faye Marsay chats with Laura at ContentMode. Pride is set in Thatcher’s 1984 UK, when gay and lesbian activists joined the cause of striking coal miners in Wales!
Actress Lauren Cohan (“The Walking Dead”) stops fighting zombies long enough to answer questions from Laura and T Fiya at ContentMode.
Laura asks Taryn Manning (“Orange Is The New Black”) everything you always wanted to know about Tiffany “Pennsatucky” Doggett’s teeth but were afraid to ask.
JT walks the runway, and the SF Chronicle tells all —
— and you can see Rain Dove walking as JT here!
Lastblog turns to Laura for answers about the creative process, art, fashion, and JT LeRoy.
Laura will be on the jury of the upcoming ASVOFF fashion film competition.
Diane Pernet: “Laura was the first person I asked be on the ASVOFF 6 jury.”
“Fashion is storytelling and time is the key”: Laura examines the unique watches of jewelry designer Chantal Sagourin.
Brian Alessi tells Laura how he was able to fix “the most embarrassing problem of ‘post weenie drip.'”
Laura is happy to sing her favorite blues — Iron Army Jeans.
Jewelry designer Betony Vernon celebrates her new book, The Boudoir Bible, with Laura and friends.
Laura interviews fashion designer Linda Loudermilk for Diane Pernet’s A Shaded View On Fashion.
Iconic makeup artist Mike Potter (Karen O) brings a little more color into Laura’s life; photos by Kai Regan.
Go under The Lash with Laura!
A shaded view of Laura, wearing sunglasses by Richard Walker for Blinde and hats from Cassel Goorin and San Diego Hat Company.
We really like the that in this This Or That that was posted by Diane Pernet.