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May 2017

Dior Homme's Tokyo Trip

Last week, in honor of the new Dior Homme boutique in Ginza, Tokyo, Kris Van Assche hosted a special presentation of the label's Fall 2017 collection.

Anthony Turner

Fourteen years ago, Anthony Turner was working at a Toni & Guy salon in the Midlands in England. 

Inheaven on the Rise

There are many ways to become a band, as South London four-piece Inheaven proved some three years ago. 

New Again: Sisqó

Ah, the early-'00s, a time when the top-charting musical releases included gems like Destiny's Child's "Bootylicious" and Sisqó's "The Thong Song." 

Death Becomes Them

A new documentary profiles The New York Times writers whose beat is a matter of life and death.

Untold Histories

In The Promise, Belfast-born director and co-writer Terry George uses a love triangle to present an overview of the Armenian genocide.

Adam Leon

Tramps, the second feature film from Gimme the Loot writer-director Adam Leon, is a charming love story set over a few hazy summer days in New York.  

Casting Call: Roe v. Wade

In honor of International Women's Day last month, Monumental Pictures announced that they would be bringing the Roe v. Wade case to the big screen.

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Majestic Creatures

They are the world's fastest land animal and one of its most arresting—"the supermodels of the cat world," photographer Mark Segal says—but cheetahs are also in critical danger. 

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Trip Cullman

Theater director Trip Cullman is a workaholic.

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.

Sarah Sutherland

"I feel like she functions on her own tempo and in her own reality," 29-year-old actress Sarah Sutherland says of her droll character Catherine Meyer on HBO's wildly popular political satire Veep.

Rise Up

As the conversation concerning the omission of artists of color from the mainstream canon grows ever more impassioned, a new exhibition opening this month at the Brooklyn Museum offers a welcome, much-needed corrective. 

10 Picks from Art Brussels 2017

With more than 250 art fairs occurring every year around the world, the pressure for each fair to differentiate itself is high. 

Armchair Traveler: Indeterminate

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.

Kaari Upson

The monumental work of the Los Angeles mixed-media artist turns the American dream inside out and lets all the messy parts spill out. Kaari Upson may just be the artist of our age.

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Roger Corman

Before the man-eating summer blockbuster, before Sharknado, before aliens and biker psychopaths and knife-wielding babes in skimpy shorts regularly filled our screens, one director, producer, and Hollywood sensationalist defied all odds and mores to transform the 1950s and '60s B-movie into an American work of art.

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2016 Fashion Awards

December 5, 2016 @

Interview and Cadillac Celebrate The Art of Daring

December 2, 2016 @ MAPS Backlot, Miami, FL