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August 2016

Back Off

Impeccably crafted, the season's ornately adorned heels are the most-wanted precious objets d'art.

Andrew Bolton's Vision of Singularity

The Met's Costume Institute exhibition, "Manus x Machina: Fashion in the Age of Technology," has been extended to September 5th. 

Allah-Las is a bona fide Los Angeles rock band. Here, we're pleased to premiere the video for their latest single, "Could Be You," off of their forthcoming LP Calico Review (due out September 9 via Mexican Summer). 


MSTRKRFT’s Machine Theory

MSTRKRFT (pronounced master-craft) is one of the more refreshingly experimental electronic dance music duos in recent memory. For their forthcoming album, Operator (due out July 22 via Last Gang Records), they moved away from the computer and went analog, using machines to generate their electronic sound. 

The Makings of a Man

Much like Quentin Tarantino's Inglourious Basterds imagines a violent and satisfying demise for Adolf Hitler, actor-turned-director Brady Corbet's feature debut, The Childhood of a Leader, imagines a fascist leader's fictional childhood. 

Discovery: Ben Konigsberg

"I feel like with any film—I haven't had that much experience—you can't possibly know if you're succeeding at all times. Sometimes you're in the dark," says 20-year-old actor Ben Konigsberg.

Charlie Heaton

Picture this: You're on the set of Netflix's new sci-fi drama Stranger Things, about to meet the woman who plays your mother, Winona Ryder. And you don't recognize her.

Idris Elba


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Hollywood's Most Wanted



Stephanie Corneliussen

Anyone who's seen USA's Mr. Robot knows Stephanie Corneliussen is a talented actor.

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Good Taste

At age 35, Nina Clemente is now a celebrated chef and recently debuted an all-day menu at the Standard, High Line's outdoor restaurant, the Standard Plaza. 

New Again: Kathy Bates

Few actors possess a range like Kathy Bates.  She can play a murderous, obsessive literary fan (Misery), a stubborn, bayou-bound matriarch (The Waterboy), and just about everything in between, be it drama or comedy, film or television.  In honor of Bates' talent and forthcoming stoner series, we've reprinted Interview's cover story on the actress from August 1991. 

Casting Call: The Spy

Following the success of The Night Manager, another John le Carré miniseries is in the works.

For Portland2016, curator Michelle Grabner has forged her own Oregon Trail; it features contemporary art rather than dying oxen and necessitates a GPS in lieu of tracing a wagon trail. 

Armchair Traveler: Defying Convention

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.



Eduardo Navarro in Orbit

Argentine artist Eduardo Navarro's sights are trained on the sky. Tomorrow he will initiate a three-day long series of performances on the High Line in New York titled We who spin around you, in which he invites the public to don masks and safely stare at the sun.

Armchair Traveler: Suspended in Space

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.

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In Living Color

When I was growing up, colored hair was shocking, and being gay was kind of hidden. Now, all those things are more normal.


GREY Jason Wu Dinner

July 20, 2016 @ The Lucky Bee

SLUMBR: Grindr x VisionaireWorld's NY Pride Party

June 26, 2016 @ The Top of the Standard, NYC

New York's Red Carpet Screening of 'The Neon Demon'

June 22, 2016 @ The Metrograph, NYC