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February 2017

Martine Rose

For designer Martine Rose, time, as well as gender and the communities we build for ourselves, are constructs: powerful but ultimately malleable sources of inspiration.

NYFW Fall/Winter 2017: The Finale

Finishing up our NYFW FW 2017 coverage with images from backstage at Delpozo, Thom Browne, Shan Huq, and Marc Jacobs.

New Again: Metallica

From Metallica's surprising collaboration with the San Francisco Symphony in the '90s to performing with Lady Gaga at the Grammy Awards, the metal legends continuously manage to keep their audience guessing. 

Discovery: Rodes Rollins

If memory lanes were literal, strolling down one would likely feel akin to listening to Rodes Rollins' debut EP, Young Adult (out today via Allen Road): hazy, pensive, and somewhat emotionally precarious.

The Track
Of The Week

Discovery: Celeste

Know Thine Enemy

"I was looking for the dark chapters of Denmark," says writer-director Martin Zandvliet of his film Land of Mine, which debuted at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2015 and is now out in New York and L.A. via Sony Pictures Classics. 

Discovery: Jeremie Harris

In Legion, Noah Hawley's new Marvel series on FX, Jeremie Harris plays "memory artist" Ptonomy Wallace. 

Jay Baruchel

After two decades in film and television, Jay Baruchel has acquired a pretty diverse fan club. 

Bryce Dallas Howard

Bryce Dallas Howard is at the airport, waiting for her flight to London. She's about to start filming her next project, the yet-to-be-titled sequel to Jurassic World, and she's genuinely excited. 

Other Features


Derrick Adams - Unscripted



Jennifer Goode and Area's Heydey

For the first time, at age 60, Jennifer Goode shares her memories of the eighties and her then-boyfriend Jean-Michel Basquiat.


Other Features

Discovery: Laura Dreyfuss

If you've seen Dear Evan Hansen, or listened to the cast recording, you probably have one of the songs stuck in your head. Laura Dreyfuss, who plays Zoe Murphy in the musical, is no different.

Jessica Henwick

In 2009, Jessica Henwick noticed the audition poster for what would be her breakout role pasted up on the street in London's Chinatown.

Weekend News Roundup! The Grammys, the B

Here's our compendium of pop culture news you may have missed while you were doing more important things over the weekend.

Armchair Traveler: In Reverse

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.

The Revolution Continues

"I want people to understand that the web is not really just a stream of endless images," says Carol Squiers, the lead curator of the International Center of Photography's latest exhibition, "Perpetual Revolution: The Image and Social Change." 

Objet d'Art: Resist!

"The first week of the new administration left me, and the great majority of people I know, feeling completely devastated, and somewhat helpless," Los Angeles-based photographer Anna Beeke recalls. But she opted not to wallow. 

Art with Altitude

In the tradition of the '70s art journal Avalanche, co-curators Olympia Scarry and Neville Wakefield elected for particularity over accessibility in "ELEVATION 1049 – AVALANCHE," their ephemeral exhibition in Gstaad, Switzerland.

Other Features

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