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December 2014

Color Theory

The holiday's most luxurious goodies come in every shape, size, and hue. Better to give, but better to get.

Naomi, Jourdan, George, and George

Starting the week off with a bang, yesterday Burberry unveiled their Spring/Summer 2015 ad campaign featuring Naomi Campbell and Jourdan Dunn.

In mid-2013, Los Angeles-based producer Saint and Red Bull Sound Select and East Coast lyricist Cakes da Killa contacted each other via the internet, then met in real life, became friends, and have been in frequent contact ever since.

Discovery: Laurel

Although Britney Spears inspired Laruel Arnell-Cullen as a child, the singer/songwriter, who is better known simply as Laurel, now imbues alt-pop tracks with folk-leaning lyrics.

The Track
Of The Week

Exclusive Track Premiere: 'Black Majesty,' Midnight Faces

Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne

There is an urgent and at times heartbreaking humanity to the work of Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne.  

Mike Leigh, Unscripted

"It's a question of subverting an icon," director Mike Leigh explains of Mr. Turner, his new film about the prolific 18th-century painter. 

Keeping Pace

Lee Pace knows how to pick a project.

The Leading Lady

To say Lily James' upcoming filmography is impressive is an understatement. It's career-defining.

Other Features


Interview's Talent Show: Ashley Smith



Discovery: Lorenzo Richelmy

Lorenzo Richelmy was briefly a child actor. Born in La Spezia, Italy, and raised in Rome, he started acting professionally at the age of seven.

Other Features

New York State of Mind

While most meditations on the New York School tend to focus on either literature or visual art, New York School of Painters & Poets, a new monograph published by Rizzoli, presents the two mediums in conversation. 

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. 

Q & Andy: Carrie Brownstein

"I like to put on records and practice for dance parties that I rarely, if ever, attend."12/16/201

A Canvas the Color of the Wall

At the end of November, French artist Claude Rutault came to New York for the first time in 30 years for the opening of his debut American solo exhibition at Galerie Perrotin.

Armchair Traveler: Around and Through

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.

Joan Jonas

The politics and audience may have changed since the early, experimental days of America's seminal performance artist, but as she prepares to represent the United States at the Venice Biennale, her work is still just as radical. 

Art Kane's Angular Eye

For nearly 40 years, Art Kane was one of the most widely published photographers, appearing in a variety of magazines including LifeVogue, and EsquireNow, nearly 20 years after the photographer's suicide, we see the release of Art Kane, a book featuring over 200 images that span the entire length and breadth of his career.

Other Features

Julie Taymor

On February 19, director Julie Taymor and her friend, the actor Alfred Molina, with whom she'd worked on both Frida (2002) and last year's film adaptation of The Tempest, got together for what would become a wide-ranging discussion on theater, art, her creative process, and, of course, Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark, the endlessly scrutinized, $65 million musical that Taymor had spent the past nine years working to bring to the stage.


Valentino's Sala Bianca 945

December 10, 2014 @ The Marcel Breuer Building, NYC

Interview and La Crema Present Women Mentors & Statement Makers

December 10, 2014 @ Private Home, Santa Monica, CA

Vice Turns 20

December 5, 2014 @ Duggal Greenhouse, Brooklyn

Interview, Dsquared2, and Thompson Miami Beach Celebrate Performa's 10th Anniversary

December 2, 2014 @ Thompson Miami Beach Hotel, Miami Beach, FL