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September 2015

Got Game

Tory Burch's brand harks back to the clean lines and sportif chic of classic American sportswear, so it's no wonder the designer is getting in the game, quite literally, with new activewear line.

Andy's Candy

"I have had a keen interest in Andy's art and career long before I started making jewelry," remarks jewelry designer Jennifer Fisher, creator of this month's Andy's Candy.

First Dibs

J.W. Anderson Resort Look 16

Recent items


Stuart Weitzman

"Molecules" addresses both the growth and decay of life, allowing the video to further explore those ideas through the projected animation of inanimate objects.

Chris Walla's Comeback

Almost exactly one year ago, Death Cab for Cutie's founding guitarist and producer Chris Walla announced that Kintsugi would be his last with the band. Here we are pleased to announce that Walla is returning this fall with a solo album, Tape Loops, and premiere the first single, "Kanta's Theme." 

The Track
Of The Week

Exclusive Track Premiere: 'Reverie,' Steady Sun

Casting Call: I Love Lucy

The queen bee of the mid-twentieth century sitcom, Lucille Ball was nominated for 13 Emmys and won four of them.

The Road to Wim Wenders

Like the ragged bands of unmoored loners and drifters that populate his body of work, Wim Wenders has spent much of his career searching for ways to redefine his cinematic vision.  

New Again: Keanu Reeves

Today, the Beirut-born, Toronto-raised actor turns 51.

The Impulse of Alex Ross Perry

Starring Elisabeth Moss and Katherine Waterston, Alex Ross Perry's latest film, Queen of the Earth, depicts a convoluted relationship between two best friends.

Other Features





Wagner Moura and the Politics of Pablo

Wagner Moura originally wanted to be a journalist. "When I thought about doing journalism, I thought I would do political stuff that would change the world. I would uncover corrupt people; I would send people to jail," the Bahia, Brazil native explains. 

Other Features

Into the Wild with Aspen Matis

At only 25, Aspen Matis has been published in The New York Times and has a blurb from Lena Dunham on her debut memoir, Girl in the Woods.

More than Mrs. Hamilton

The daughter of a doctor and a dramaturge for a European theater company, Phillipa Soo grew up in Libertyville, Illinois, and was always involved in the arts.

Weekend News Roundup! The VMAs

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

Artists at Work: Artie Vierkan

Coffee Table Curator: September 2015

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

Artists at Work: Rebecca Ward

"I like the idea of taking a form and cutting it apart and putting it back together," Rebecca Ward tells us in her Bushwick studio. 

Artists at Work: Jeffrey Tranchell

This month we're visiting New York-based artists in their studios, ahead of their fall solo exhibition openings.

Other Features

Tavi Gevinson

The style-sophisticate and commentarian with burgeoning political pipes is out of high school, out of her parents' home, and getting into character with a new role.


The Cinema Society with Kate Spade and Ketel One Host a Screening of “Grandma

August 18, 2015 @ Landmark Sunshine Cinema and Jimmy at the James, NYC


August 12, 2015 @ Landmark Sunshine Cinema and The Top of The Standard, NYC

Pax Hosts Toro y Moi Secret Show

August 8, 2015 @ 60 6th Street, San Francisco