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September 2014

Golden Hour

Luxurious creams and rich palettes for the last of the summer nights in the city. Lather up and own the night.

Discovery: Blue Blank

Hidden in the southern hemisphere, Clara Chon spends her days working in an artist's studio creating glitter paintings and her evenings designing bags for her off-beat label Blue Blank.

If "I Want What You Have," the latest single from Brooklyn trio Shining Mirrors sounds authentically lo-fi, that's because it is. 

The Whole Team Edition

The past few years have placed the emphasis on group mentality—whether it's a mob, squad, or collective, it seems as though more artists are teaming up to form strong musical and personal bonds.

The Track
Of The Week

Merchandise's End Notes

Recent items

Mortdecai vs. Art and Craft

This week: Mortdecai vs. Art and Craft: two films that chronicle seedy underbelly of the art world.

Casting Call: Sylvia Robinson

The "mother of hip-hop" Sylvia Robinson will be making the transition from the record player to the big screen, proving that the historical music film is alive and well.

Charlie McDowell Finds The One

Ethan (Mark Duplass) and Sophie (Elisabeth Moss) are having marital troubles. At the suggestion of their couples' counselor, they rent a house in the country for the weekend. To say anything more on the plot of The One I Love, Charlie McDowell's directorial debut, would be to say too much. 

A Dinosaur Named Sue

Twenty-four years ago on the Cheyenne River Indian reservation in South Dakota, a group of paleontologists led by Peter Larson discovered one of the most complete Tyrannosaurus rex skeletons to date.

Other Features


Freida Pinto



Doctor Who's Impossible Girl

When the BBC revived the popular television program Doctor Who back in 2005, it quickly transcended its campy history and became  an international pop-culture phenomenon.

Other Features

A Stillman in Paris

"I feel no anxiety of influence," explains Whit Stillman—writer, director, chronicler and coiner of the UHB—about his decision to set his new television show, The Cosmopolitans, among a group of young, attractive American expats in Paris.

The Revolutionary Katy Simpson Smith

Katy Simpson Smith's debut novel The Story of Land And Sea is an intense, moody musing on family, loss, and love. 

Weekend News Roundup! Hamster Luxe

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

New Again: Francesco Clemente

Neapolitan contemporary artist Francesco Clemente's oeuvre spans oceans, continents, decades, and media.

Armchair Traveler: Restless Times

Each week, Interview highlights in pictures the shows you'd want to see—if you could jetset from one international hub to the next.

Coffee Table Curator

Despite August being a notoriously slow month in the publishing world, this month's coffee table books say au contraire.

Ryan McGinness: Street Art Heist

Ryan McGinness partnered with New York's Department of Transportation to deploy his subversive and occasionally "graphically surreal or absurd" drawings on 50 eight-by-24-inch oblong aluminum "canvases" around the city. Nearly all of them disappeared in less than a week.

Occupy George

The "Disobedient Objects" multimedia exhibition showcases items created by various protest movements over the past 30 years, at London's Victoria and Albert Museum, from July 26 to February.

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Alexander Skarsgård

The success of the sexy, supernatural HBO vampire series True Blood has transformed into the object of ravenous obsession, not to mention millions of dark, twisted fantasies. But for the actor himself, it has ushered in the dawn of a bright new day.


The Cinema Society & Grey Goose Present a Screening of 'Love is Strange'

August 18, 2014 @ Tribeca Grand and Jimmy at the James Hotel, NYC


August 6, 2014 @ Saks Fifth Avenue, Designer Atrium