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October 2015

Discovery: Aida Becheanu

In the spring of 2015, Romanian-raised, Paris-based model Aida Becheanu met famed fashion photographer David Sims on a shoot for Arena Homme. Sims was immediately taken with Becheanu, and soon shot her for Hillier Bartley's debut advertising campaign.

The Look: Fashion Month

Our fashion editors put together their favorite fashion week looks. 

Alessia Cara

Here is exactly where the breakout singer-songwriter wants to be.



The Garden Grows

Los Angeles-based duo The Garden released their debut album The Life and Times of a Paperclip in 2013. It was 16 tracks and hardly 18 minutes long. Now, the twins are back with a longer release, haha, and we're pleased to premiere the video for "Egg."

The Track
Of The Week

Balthazar Getty Faces Himself

Nina Dobrev's New Chapter

For six years, Nina Dobrev starred as Elena Gilbert on The Vampire Diaries, one the CW's most successful shows.

Roger Deakins

Your favorite filmmaker's favorite cinematographer has a CV as wild and wonderful as that of his pals and frequent collaborators, the Coen brothers—and equally stacked with some of the greatest movies of all time.



Lorenza IZZO

Five years ago, while studying journalism in her native Chile, Lorenza Izzo heard about an open casting call for 2011's Que pena tu boda, the sequel to a romantic comedy by her favorite Chilean director, Nicolás López. 

Craig Roberts Considers His Future

Some actors are reluctant to talk about the role that brought them into the public consciousness, their "breakout." This is not the case with Welsh actor Craig Roberts. 

Other Features





The Life of Eileen Myles

Now in her mid-60s, Eileen Myles has published 20-something books. This week, the writer and poet is bringing out two more via Ecco Press.

Other Features

Wines and Misdemeanors

When firefighters rushed towards large plumes of dense black smoke filling the Vellejo, Northern California sky on a warm October afternoon in 2005, they initially thought a 747 Airliner had crashed. 

New Again: Patti Smith

M Train, Patti Smith's first literary release since 2010's beloved Just Kids, comes out this week and this year marks the 40th anniversary of her seminal album Horses. Here we revist the second time the artist was ever featured in Interview.

Sloane Crosley

One of America's most talented essayists is putting her knack for comedy, fine jewelry, and the ins and outs of young hearts to the test with her ferocious first novel. 



After spending four decades dedicated to a singular and consistent practice, artist Barbara Kasten's first comprehensive survey "Barbara Kasten: Stages" is inarguably due.

Amanda Williams' Color Theories

On Sunday morning, during the opening weekend of the inaugural Chicago Architecture Biennial, architect-turned-artist Amanda Williams assembled a group of volunteers to paint an abandoned house situated on a deserted block in Englewood.

Objet d'Art: Coloring Outside the Lines

Every month, Interview picks an artist or designer created object that straddles the line between aesthetics and function. Subdued tastes need not apply.

Armchair Traveler: Seeing Bronze

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

Edwige of Le Palace

Grace Jones went there.  So did Maripol, Mick, LouLou, and Lagerfeld. Le Palace revolutionized paris nightlife in the late ’70s, and the only  way to get in was through  the club’s gatekeeper, Edwige.