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February 2016

The Best of NYFWM: FW 2016

Backstage and front row at our favorite NYFW: Men's shows. We'll be updating this slideshow throughout the next few days, so check in regularly for more. 

I Am Ready

Tonight, we're celebrating our men's issue with a party hosted by the #TastefulEight. In preparation, we took DJ Jonah Levin and hosts Yahya Adbul-Matteen II and Matthew Daddario to Topman Personal Shopping.

Exclusive Video Premiere: Roo Panes

In 2013, Roo Panes was on the heels of a well-timed Burberry campaign that coincided with his debut EP Once. Now he's gearing up for the release of his sophomore full-length, Paperweights.

Discovery: Julien Baker

Singer/songwriter Julien Baker still seems incredulous about the positive reception of her debut solo record Sprained Ankle

The Track
Of The Week

Discovery: Starchild and the New Romantic

Spy Games

Actor Edward Holcroft isn't interested in typical tales and happy endings. 

Casting Call: Alexander McQueen

British fashion designer Lee Alexander McQueen is one of the industry's most important icons. 

Austin's Film Pioneers

When the idea for a documentary first came about, Richard Linklater was not the most eager subject.

Meera Menon and the Women of Wall Street

"Don't let money be the dirty word," counsels Naomi Bishop (Anna Gunn) to a room full of young women in Equity. "We're allowed to like that too." 

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Weekend News Roundup! SAG, Sundance

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

Other Features

Courtney B. Vance's Johnnie Cochran

At first, Ryan Murphy's new show The People v. O.J. Simpson is compelling in its campiness.

New Again: Grease

Grease: Live! debuted on Sunday evening, so here we revisit an article from 1986 with Grease's original Musical Director Tom Moore and Film Director Randal Kleiser.

Sam Lansky

Sam Lansky's memoir The Gilded Razor (Gallery Books) opens on a 17-year-old Lansky, a certified child of uptown privilege, preparing for a prospective college visit with his father at Princeton. 

 

Armchair Traveler: Blue is the Warmest

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.  

Michelle Stuart's Mythologies

It's unsurprising that artist Michelle Stuart held early aspirations of becoming a writer.

Coffee Table Curator: February 2016

Coffee Table Curator is a feature highlighting the month's best art books; your remote control and coasters will look chic by association. 

Kesh, In the Light

For three months, British artist KESH lived at Catherine Ahnell Gallery, developing her solo exhibition "LJUS2."

Other Features

Logan Lerman

Plum roles in two of this year's most anticipated films have the former wallflower actor learning the perks of being a movie star. 

ARCHIVE

INTERVIEW MAGAZINE & TOPMAN CELEBRATE THE MEN'S ISSUE

February 4, 2016 @ BAR AMERICANO, NYC

New York Fashion Week: Men's Opening Party

February 1, 2016 @ ArtBeam, New York City

Beats by Dre Celebrate the Premiere of 'The Seven Deadly Sins of Edward Enniful'

January 29, 2016 @ R Lounge at The Renaissance Times Square, New York City