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November 2014


Gucci's beauty launch channels the sexy glamour of the house for a look that modernizes a '70s out-all-night decadence inspired by the illustrative Interview covers of that era. 

Clean Slate

In many iterations and textures, soft, clean, crisp winter white is the de facto uniform of the season.

Charli's Angels

Together, Elliphant and Femme are supporting British alt-pop singer Charli XCX on her 20-stop North American tour this month, which began in Florida and will end up in San Francisco on Friday. 

Love’s Rhythms

What's more romantic: being swept off your feet or planting them firmly on the ground next to the object of your affection? 

The Track
Of The Week

An Older, Wiser Weyes Blood

Jason Reitman and the Next Generation

Men, Women, and Children, the sixth feature film from writer and director Jason Reitman, is not, he assures us, about the Internet.

Truth Warriors

When Anna Neistat smuggles herself into Syria, she carefully dons an abaya, which she calls her invisibility cloak.

Out West

Writer-director Jake Paltrow explains that he originally conceived Young Ones, which debuted at Sundance in January, as a "love story between a father and son," influenced by the novels of S.E. Hinton. 

Casting Call: Little House on the Prairi

In terms of novels that are categorized as children's literature, Little House on the Prairie ranks as one of the greats.

Other Features


Interview's Talent Show: Romy Byrne




A new art book records the intimate ups, downs, ins, outs—and moments of sublime inspiration—of the wildest wild child of the '70s and '80s.

Other Features

Darcey Steinke and American Womanhood

In Sister Golden Hair, we roam a 1970s landscape of macramé planters and candy dishes and polyester pants. Set in a community decaying from within, Darcey Steinke's  new novel examines what ingredients make an American girl.

Sarah Paulson

The shape-shifting actress can no longer hide from the spotlight behind her brilliantly changeable characters. So she's upping the ante to become a "freak."



Holiday 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.

Londoners don't do Frieze—they do Frieze Week. As the galleries assemble their installations in Regent's Park and dates go into diaries, it's no surprise to anyone in town that this four day fair has the definitive industry show for contemporary art.

Objet D'Art: Eclipse Clock

Collaborating with PK Shop, the independently curated subsidiary retail store of Paul Kasmin Gallery, artist Ivan Navarro saw an opportunity of cosmic proportions.

John Stezakers Shadowed Land

British artist John Stezaker rose to prominence during the '80s and '90s with his small-scale photo collage manipulations.

Armchair Traveler: Hung Up

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.

Other Features

Thom Yorke

As he prepares to hit the road with his groovy new nuclear side project Atoms for Peace, the frontman for the most universally revered band in music opens up about grappling with fame, wrestling with rock, the quandaries of free-market capitalism, and what it's like to go out Radiohead-less after all these years.


The New York Premiere of Oscilloscope's 'Low Down'

October 20, 2014 @ Sunshine Landmark, NYC

Celebrating the Launch of Alexander Wang x H&M

October 16, 2014 @ Armory on the Hudson, New York

Paramount Pictures and Jason Reitman Host a Special Screening of 'Men, Women, and Children'

October 14, 2014 @ New York Institute of Technology and the Library Bar at Hudson

Chanel Hosts Cocktails and Dinner Celebrating the Premiere of the N°5 film

October 13, 2014 @ 541 West 22nd Street, New York, New York