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August 2016

When Sies Marjan designer Sander Laks set up a GoPro camera in his studio last February, he never intended to publicly share the footage. 

Off the Runway

A handbag—that time-old staple of womenswear—can say a lot about a person. 

Flume: Under the Skin

Harley Streten, the 24-year-old producer and musical artist who you likely know by the name Flume, discovered music through a cereal box. 

Track Premiere: 'Blind,' SLO

London-based electro-pop musician Jess Mills takes pride in her identity as a songwriter. As a seasoned storyteller, it comes as no surprise that she is able to poignantly express pain in the lyrics of her new single "Blind," which we are pleased to premiere below. 

The Track
Of The Week

Exclusive Track Premiere: 'Dock,' Keeper


In one episode of The Wine Show, actors Matthew Goode and Matthew Rhys serve an Italian couple lunch at a restaurant in Verona.

New Again: Natalie Portman

Actor Natalie Portman first graced the pages of Interview at a mere 13 years of age. While we await the stateside arrival of Jackie, her latest film, at Toronto International Film Festival in September, we've reprinted her feature from Interview's February 1995 issue. 


Casting Call: The Bell Jar

Recently, Deadline announced that Kirsten Dunst and Nellie Kim are adapting Sylvia Plath's seminal novel The Bell Jar into a feature film, with Dunst set to direct. 

Discovery: Michael Barbieri

Fourteen-year-old newcomer Michael Barbieri is friendly and affable. "I like to go up to people and just talk to people," he says. "That's just what New Yorkers do."

Other Features


Hollywood's Most Wanted



Decca Aitkenhead on Empathy and Memory

"I was almost ten years old when my mother died, and I can remember someone telling me at the time to write down all my memories of her," writes Decca Aitkenhead, a British journalist for The Guardian, in the prologue to her memoir All At Sea (Nan A. Talese). 

Other Features

Alan Moore

Part Joycean epic, part Tolkienesque adventure, with a little family history, cosmological contemplation and autobiography to boot, Alan Moore's new 1300 page novel Jerusalem (Liveright) is mad, beautiful, brilliant—and everything else in the world, really. 

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.

Becoming American

As in many great New York novels, the metropolis at the center of Imbolo Mbue's debut, Behold the Dreamers (Random House), is fraught with promise and peril.

Artists at Work: Lorna Simpson

Lorna Simpson has been at the forefront of conceptual art for over 30 years, and in that time, she has expanded the confines of art history with deft investigations of race, gender, sexuality, class, and performance. 

Armchair Traveler: Zig Zag

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.




In Dreams

Shirin Neshat invites you into her dreams. As a photographer and filmmaker, she embraces the surreal and allegorical, crafting black-and-white, non-linear worlds that immerse the viewer in her subconscious.

Objet d'Art: Writers & Readers Anonymous

Anonymity (the concept) and letter writing (the practice) are two things you don't hear much about these days.

Other Features

Sonia Rykiel

If Sonia Rykiel doesn't feel entirely "new again," it's only because she's been at the forefront of what is new and imaginative since the start of her career in the '60s.


The Cinema Society Hosts a Screening of 'Southside With You'

August 24, 2016 @ Harold's Meat + Three at Arlo Hudson Square, NYC

Netflix Presents the New York Premiere of 'The Get Down'

August 11, 2016 @ Lehman Center for the Performing Arts, Bronx, NY

Broadway for Black Lives Matter

August 1, 2016 @ Lerner Hall, NYC