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November 2016

Harleth Kuusik

Harleth Kuusik says her greatest adventure was moving to New York at 16 years old. 

Welcome to the Acne Archive

For the first time, U.S. customers have access to the Acne archive at a severe discount through a 48-hour online pop-up shop.

New Again: Chrissie Hynde

It's been nearly four decades since Chrissie Hynde formed the Pretenders in 1978, but this month, the seminal rock band is still making news: Their latest record, Alone (BMG), was released last week and yesterday, the group played the first show of their North American tour with Stevie Nicks. 


The Brooklyn rapper's debut track landed him at the top of the charts. Now is his chance to show he has what it takes to stay. 



Mahershala Ali

"I thought it was the best thing I had ever read," says Mahershala Ali of his new film Moonlight.

Rachel Keller

The Minnesota-born actress Rachel Keller has been fielding questions about the Midwest since her breakout performance as femme fatale Simone in season two of the hit television show Fargo

Pablo Larraín

There are several superficial similarities between Jackie and Neruda, the two new films from Chilean director Pablo Larraín. 

Ben Schnetzer

"Life used to be a rite of passage in and of itself," theorizes actor Ben Schnetzer about modern male identity.

Other Features


Blake Lively



Ghetto Gastro

The homegrown culinary collective shakes things up in the Bronx and beyond.



Other Features

James Paxton's Love Story

James Paxton's first professional acting role came to him by chance.

Alex Lawther

As a teenager, Alex Lawther hoped to study English at university in London. 


Season three of Charlie Brooker's digital-era The Twilight Zone-style anthology series Black Mirror premiered October 21 on Netflix.

Armchair Traveler: Survey

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.

A Collector's Carte Blanche

The notion of carte blanche appears at odds with the commercial art world, but collector Patrick Seguin has made it a habit: his annual "Carte Blanche" exhibition at Galerie Patrick Seguin invites an outside gallery to construct a show within the walls of his Parisian space. 

R.H. Quaytman

The New York artist casts a complex cultural web inside each of her painting series. For her latest chapter, she takes on the American West.

Pedro Reyes's House of Horrors

In partnership with Creative Time and a team of theatrical collaborators, multidisciplinary artist Pedro Reyes has created Doomocracy, a political haunted house, in New York's Brooklyn Army Terminal. 

Other Features

Ang Lee

Ang Lee is the only director who would ignore the ʼ60s rock stars onstage and inject a complicated family drama right in the center of the muddy Woodstock fields. To the horror of many festival fans, his latest film—a comedy—does not include the Grateful Dead.