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November 2014


Cut up to here and down to there, sheer, sequined, luxe, and louche, the season's dress-up options propose a scintillating maxi sensuality.

Menswear Monday: Off-White

Virgil Abloh knows his way around graphic tees. 

Video Premiere: Springtime Carnivore

In the video for "Name on a Matchbook," which we're premiering below, director Bryce McGuire plays up Springtime Carnivore's '60s girl group touchstones by putting Morgan and her all-female band in front of a screaming, fainting mob of dudes.

Discovery: Little May

It's hard not to get a little bit teary-eyed after you listen to Little May's first single "Dust." If you watch the music video, which focuses on a young woman who has lost her dog, you'll need a whole box of Kleenex to dry away the tears.

The Track
Of The Week

Introducing Ms. Vreeland

Recent items

The Legacy of Derek Jarman

Derek Jarman died in 1994 from an AIDS-related illness. When asked if the iconoclastic British filmmaker has any contemporaries, Nellie Killian, curator of the new retrospective "Queer Pagan Punk: The Films of Derek Jarman" at BAMcinématek, was at a loss.

Laura Poitras: Citizen

An unidentified NSA contractor contacted filmmaker and journalist Laura Poitas in January 2013. He called himself Citizenfour.

Flea by Ninja

Low Down is not an easy film to watch. Set in L.A. at its seediest in the 1970s, the film is based on Amy Jo Albany's memoir about growing up with her father, the jazz pianist Joe Albany.

Ruben Östlund’s Force of Nature

Swedish director Ruben Östlund's latest film, the biting black comedy Force Majeure, focuses on the below-the-surface traumas of the domestic space.

Other Features


Interview's Talent Show: denitia and sene



Gina Tron

Gina Tron's memoir You're Fine (Papercut Press) is a revealing, raging descent into madness.

Other Features

Work It: Women in Power

The fashion industry has struggled with the aesthetics of female power for decades, but there has been a significant shift in designers enabling women to communicate their mood, intent, and actions through style. 

Weekend News Roundup!

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

Chef Enrique Olvera

The menu at Cosme will adapt Chef Enrique Olvera's signature style of elevated and reimagined traditional Mexican cuisine to its surroundings: it's of the utmost importance to Olvera to source his ingredients locally.

The Collective Afterlife

"This is not an African exhibition, this is an exhibition of contemporary art where artists have an African connection," says Simon Njami of "The Divine Comedy: Heaven, Purgatory, and Hell Revisited," the newest exhibition at Savannah College of Art and Design's Museum of Art

Armchair Traveler: Between the Folds

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.

Objet D'Art: Eclipse Clock

Collaborating with PK Shop, the independently curated subsidiary retail store of Paul Kasmin Gallery, artist Ivan Navarro saw an opportunity of cosmic proportions.

Jeremy Kost, Exposed

Collectible, stackable, and inherently keep-able, a Polaroid is a fetish object.


Other Features

Brit Pop Girls

From the coastal town of Blackpool to the streets of South London and beyond, a new kind of musical alchemy is occurring, as a wave of young, individualistic women have holed up in their bedrooms experimenting with synthesizers and computers, and emerged as outsize pop stars.


RADiUS TWC and The Cinema Society Host the New York Premiere of 'Horns'

October 27, 2014 @ Landmark Sunshine Cinema, NYC Jimmy at the James Hotel, NYC

The New York Premiere of Oscilloscope's 'Low Down'

October 20, 2014 @ Sunshine Landmark, NYC

Celebrating the Launch of Alexander Wang x H&M

October 16, 2014 @ Armory on the Hudson, New York