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February 2017

Yasmine Eslami's Luxe Lingerie

"Everyone has a different relationship to lingerie; I think it's a particular relationship that you wouldn't have with clothes."


Simplicity can be deceiving. In the hands of Guido Palau, the austerity of the abbreviated bob takes on an androgynous new form. Harking back to '90s minimalism and the undone edge of Kurt Cobain, the laissez-faire crop defines the season ahead.

A mother, wrapped in a lavender towel, her hair wet after a shower; a child, fussing about in her arms; a poster of Prince in all of his nearly naked glory, hanging on a bathroom door—these are the subjects steadily framed in the single shot music video for Dizzyride's "Candy Lullaby." 


As the auteur of 2016's A Seat at the Table, she created one of the most poignant and searing statements on modern America while also giving solace and strength to millions. As the writer, director, and star of her own life, though, Solange is creating her masterpiece.



The Track
Of The Week

Exclusive Track Premiere: 'Adrift,' Kid Koala Ft. Emilíana Torrini

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Sundance in 360

Every year the virtual reality and 360 immersive shorts screened as part of the Sundance Film Festival's New Frontier section become more numerous and more innovative, both in the technology they employ and the way in which they do so. 


Maren Ade's Altered Egos

Maren Ade crafts a delicate balance between poignancy and humor by slyly excavating the fraught emotional subtext between a father and his grown daughter, to an extremely satisfying end, in her third feature, Toni Erdmann.

Gus Birney

In a French bistro on New York's Upper West Side, only a few blocks from the apartment where she lives with her parents, actress Gus Birney squarely assesses her future. 

Noel Clarke

In the U.S., Noel Clarke is best known as an actor in blockbusters like Centurion and Star Trek: Into Darkness. In the U.K., however, the 41-year-old is a one-man production machine: an actor-turned-actor-writer-director-producer. 

Other Features


Derrick Adams - Unscripted



Chloe Pirrie

When Chloe Pirrie was cast as Emily Brontë in the BBC's To Walk Invisible, she immediately turned to Wuthering Heights. 

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Weekend News Roundup!

Here's our compendium of pop culture news you may have missed while you were doing more important things over the weekend, like marching for your human rights!

New Again: The Chippendales Years

Today, for no good reason other than wanting to offer some amusement during an increasingly unsettling first month of the New Year, we bring you our favorite advertisements from 1984 and 1985, which we have dubbed "The Chippendales Years."

The Young Phenomenon

Millie Bobby Brown was the first subject we cast for our "Faces of 2017" portfolio. When we photographed her on the first day of September at the Hudson Hotel in New York, we only had an inkling of the star she would become. 

All Aboard

Tonight at San Francisco Bay's Pier 40, artist Constance Hockaday will commandeer a yacht in the name of art and awareness. 

Armchair Traveler: For 44

The art world too global for you? Each week, Interview highlights in pictures the shows you'd want to see—if you could jetset from one international hub to the next.

Objet d'Art: Off-kilter

Rather than fight the spirit of today's topsy-turvy times, why not embrace it with this statement bookcase from multi-hyphenate Czech designer Jiři Pelcl?

Arthur Jafa

Cinematographer Arthur Jafa has made moving images that examine the interior lives of black Americans for the last 30 years.

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Debbie Reynolds

Following its premiere at the Cannes Film Festival last month, the documentary Bright Lights: Starring Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher will air later this year on HBO.


2016 Fashion Awards

December 5, 2016 @

Interview and Cadillac Celebrate The Art of Daring

December 2, 2016 @ MAPS Backlot, Miami, FL