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August 2017

Everything Must Go

Out with the old, and in with a new take on classic collegiate dressing. 

Working Girl

Classic white sneakers bring that '80s beat back to the street. 

Anna of the North

Get to know Anna of the North, the 28-year-old Norwegian making soft, soul-bearing electro-pop. 

Jacob Anderson

As Grey Worm on Game of Thrones, Jacob Anderson is largely silent, standing loyally behind Daenerys Targaryen and leading the Unsullied. In real life, Anderson is affable, forthcoming, and certainly not quiet; under the name Raleigh Ritchie, he makes playful pop- and R&B-inflected music. 

Holly Hunter

What is your favorite Holly Hunter film? Take your time.

Screen Time with Yvonne Rainer

Starting tomorrow, the Film Society of Lincoln Center will mount a retrospective of legendary artist and performer Yvonne Rainer's film work, "Talking Pictures: The Cinema of Yvonne Rainer." 

Seeing Double

What do an untested government agent and a social media influencer have in common? 

New Again: Hayden Christensen

In 2001, a young Hayden Christensen appeared on the movie scene with a lead role in Life as a House, but it's the character that followed directly after that drama that he's now synonmous with: Anakin Skywalker in Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones. 

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Asia Kate Dillon

Asia Kate Dillon is standing outside a photo studio in downtown Manhattan, dressed for a shoot in clothes that will eventually need to be returned.

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Lewis Hamilton

In an era obsessed with being quicker, stronger, better, Lewis Hamilton has established a summit entirely his own. It should come as no surprise, then, that the Formula One superstar has careened off course to also become a red-carpet dandy, a product designer, an art collector, a philanthropist, and, yes, a semi-reluctant pop star. 

 

 

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.   

Tatiana Maslany, After Clone Club

Last month, the ever-twisting Orphan Black began its final season on BBC America. Soon, there will be no more clones—no more Sarah, Alison, Cosima, Rachel, Helena, and seestras—and no more sinister conspiracies to uncover. Of particular interest to fans  is what Tatiana Maslany, who plays every adult "Leda" clone on the show, will do next. 

Armchair Traveler: The Road

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. 

Kiki Smith

The American artist has made a career out of brave, visceral, and squirm-inducing poetry that tests the limits of the human body in all of its saintliest and sickliest forms.

Literary Ecstasy

"Take one look at a photograph of Patricia Highsmith at her Olympia SM3, and tell me she isn't the fiercest typist you'll ever see," says Tim Youd by email to Interview. Beginning today, the Los Angeles-based artist will retype every word of Highsmith's The Talented Mr. Ripley as part of his latest performance art piece.

The Gonzo Gallerist

Today's contemporary art curators owe a monumental debt to Walter Hopps, the man who practically invented the position. 

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Tyler The Creator

The L.A.-based collective Odd Future has injected hip-hop with a dose of punk rock, inciting a furor with hardcore rhymes about sex and brutality and cornering the market on millennial angst and agitprop weirdness. Meet the 20-year-old rapper at the center of it all.

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