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September 2014

Naomi Campbell by Mert & Marcus

Creative and former romantic partners Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott met in Hastings, England, in the mid-’90s and began working and living together almost instantly.

Keira Knightley by Patrick Demarchelier

Patrick Demarchelier was born outside of Paris in 1943, and any movie about his life would necessarily include the poignant scene of his stepfather giving the self-professed troublemaker an Eastman Kodak camera for his 17th birthday. 

The Rentals' 15-Year Lease

Almost 15 years have passed since the release of Seven More Minutes, the second full-length album by the The Rentals. Today, Lost in Alphaville, the band's third and most explosive offering yet, blasts its way into the public sphere.

Video Premiere: Bas

In the video for "Vacation," Bas, the 27-year-old Queens rapper best known for his affiliation with childhood friend and labelmate J. Cole, is standing in a subway car departing First Avenue and 14th Street.

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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. 

Casting Call: Life in Motion

The American Ballet Theatre's third female black soloist, Misty Copeland, is about to become the first black ballerina to dance the role of Swan Queen for the company's Brisbane performance of Swan Lake next month. And New Line Cinema has just optioned the rights to her memoir, Life in Motion: An Unlikely Ballerina.

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.

Cherien Dabis

As a child traveling back and forth between the United States and her ancestral home of Jordan, Cherien Dabis envisioned herself as an actress. When it came to for graduate school, however, Dabis decided to study writing and directing at Columbia.

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Freida Pinto



Renata Adler

Occasionally there are writers talented enough to define their generations. But rarely does one have the endurance and acuity to define half a century. From war zones to Watergate, from her exceptional experimental fiction to her navigation of media and law, Renata Adler has proven one of America's literary and journalistic masters. As the resurgent appreciation for her fiction continues, we talk to her about all the places her writing has taken her—and why it's crucial to question the given facts.




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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. 

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.

Lipps Service: Hotel California

This week, Scott needed a break from fashion and took a California road trip from Los Angeles up to San Francisco and the Napa Valley wine region.

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.

Other Features

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