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August 2014

Power Up

Continental-chic Valentino meets tech-giant Mophie for the limited-edition Rouge Absolute power-station—the utmost refinement in getting charged and ready.

Melitta Baumeister Breaks the Mold

It's a natural fit that Dover Street Market, the high-minded eclectic retail brainchild of Comme des Garçons' Rei Kawakubo, has added German-born, New York-based designer Melitta Baumeister's collection to its stable of designers.

Night Swim

With romantic-sounding ingredients like resurrection flower, a personalized, effective eye cream can be hard to find.

Discovery: Field Mouse

For Rachel Browne and Andrew Futral of Field Mouse, seeing the release of their debut album Hold Still Life has been years in the making.

Nico Vega's Light Motifs

Nico Vega released its debut record back in 2009 and, after five years, is finally back with more anthemic rock music.

The Track
Of The Week

The Philosophy of Cormega

Recent items

Anton Corbijn's Spy Games

Anton Corbijn has directed music videos for the U2, Depeche Mode, the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Johnny Cash, Joy Division, and Nirvana.

Trailer Face-Off: Laggies vs. The Guest

This week: Laggies vs. The Guest, two Sundance-premiered films that star British leads with faux American accents as unexpected houseguests.

New Again: Alain Resnais

From the emotional and physical wreckage of the American bombing of Hiroshima emerges a romance between a nameless French woman (referred to only as She) and Japanese man (He) in Alain Resnais' 1959 masterpiece of Nouvelle Vague cinema, Hiroshima Mon Amour.

Naomi Foner

Very Good Girls, screenwriter Naomi Foner's directorial debut, is an earnest film. But earnest shouldn't be an insult.

The Focus of Mike Cahill

In his second film, Mike Cahill expands on many of the themes he explored in 2011's Another Earth; most notably, both the vast possibilities of science and everything it leaves unexplained.

Other Features


Freida Pinto



Japanamerica: Ivan Orkin x Cibo Matto

Ivan Orkin—chef and proprietor of Ivan Ramen, the Lower East Side's gem of a ramen shop—looks on as Yuka Honda and Miho Hatori, the frontladies of New York-based Japanese band Cibo Matto, delicately slurp up his immaculately prepared noodles, chopsticks in one hand and spoon in the other.

Other Features

Weekend News Roundup!

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

Peter Markus, Bird by Bird

In The Fish and the Not Fish, Trenton, Michigan-based writer Peter Markus takes us inside rustic river towns turned mythic through the eyes of childhood and the innovative use of language. 

The 24th Hour

Four years ago, Manny Coto and Evan Katz stopped dreaming up new missions for Jack Bauer, the dogged counter-terrorist agent played by Kiefer Sutherland on Fox's serial thriller, 24

Zane Fix and Stella Michaels

On Tuesday, July 22, the Delphian "Jap Pop" artist Zane Fix and his partner in crime, the self-possessed and highly expressive painter Stella Michaels, will be holding a nocturnal celebration at the always-evolving Stray Kat Gallery, now located in a cavernous warehouse space in the shadow of the High Line on 14th Street in Manhattan's Meatpacking District. 

Armchair Traveler: Cigarette Break

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.

Korakrit Arunanondchai

Glimpses of the performance artist Boychild being slathered with paint are interspersed with the visage of a wistful-looking young woman, and men in cutoff denim hold a canvas while the artist, similarly attired and seen only from the back, flings himself at it. 

One Man's Trash

It was with the Great Pacific Garbage Patch in mind that curators Nicholas Cinque and Ryan Steadman have organized a particularly resonant group show, "Save it for Later," at Sotheby's S2 Gallery in New York.

Seven Decades: Joe Goode x Ed Ruscha

Artists Ed Ruscha and Joe Goode grew up together, in every possible respect. They shared Southern childhoods in the 1940s; California art-school educations at the end of the '50s; trips to New York in the '60s.

Other Features

Shailene Woodley

Perhaps now more than ever, pop culture is neurotically obsessed with—and commercially geared toward—the very young and the interminably restless. But as it turns out, the next generation of actors, musicians, artists, designers, athletes, models, and multi-hyphenate powerhouses-in-the-making—many of them still in their teens or early twenties—are less concerned with romanticized notions of youth and reveling in some kind of pre-packaged rebellion than they are with doing something meaningful and making their own marks


Emporio Armani Sounds x Standard Sounds

July 22, 2014 @ The Standard East Village, NYC