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May 2016

Jurassic Chic

Coach delivers the season's must-have accessory with impish T-Rex charms. Let your Rogue bag roar.

Objets D'Art

The best of the season's accessories project an ornate, old-world romanticism and old-fashioned charm while staying completely now.



In the below video for Mary Komasa's song "Lost Me," a mournful-looking Anja Rubik hangs her head as she prepares to walk another runway.

Discovery: VÉRITÉ

Growing up, Kelsey Byrne sat with her cousin eating cereal while writing "very angsty pre-teen" music. Now, after a high school punk phase, at age 26 and going by the name VÉRITÉ, she creates powerfully relatable electro-pop ballads. 

Breaking Bloodlines

"There's a jazz element to it" says co-showrunner Glenn Kessler of Netflix's family drama Bloodline. "It's always important to us to keep this thing living and breathing."

The Idol and the Power of Art

Hany Abu-Assad is the only Palestinian filmmaker to be nominated for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film—a honor he received twice, once in 2006 for Paradise Now and again in 2014 for Omar

Shane Black

Writer and director Shane Black talks about his new ‘70s-set pulp noir The Nice Guys, starring Ryan Gosling and Russell Crowe as an odd couple of L.A. detectives. 

Rose Byrne's Box Office Takeover

Rose Byrne is in the midst of May madness. 

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Weekend News Roundup! Jane Bond

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

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Stephanie Danler's Sweet Dreams

Stephanie Danler's propulsive debut novel, Sweetbitter (Doubleday), reads like a stumble backstage at mid-'70s Rolling Stones concert.

Seymour Hersh

America's preeminent investigative journalist Seymour Hersh talks about the revelations in his great new book, The Killing of Osama Bin Laden (Verso).  

the Adventures of Mrs. Conway

Enchanted Islands, the third novel from writer and professor Allison Amend, is at once a coming of age tale, a historical thriller, and an examination of love, identity, and fulfillment. 

Initiating a dialogue between four artists of diverting origins and mediums, "A Change of Place: Four Solo Exhibitions" opened yesterday at Jack Shainman Gallery's The School.

Anna Betbeze

The artist does a delicate dance of destruction with her haunting neo-abstractionist textiles.



Armchair Traveler: Polke Dots

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: A Way of Seeing

Every month, Interview picks an artist- or designer-created object that straddles the line between aesthetics and function. Subdued tastes need not apply. 

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Xavier Dolan

With a succession of visually charged, introspective tales about the ups and downs and hows and whys of love, the French-Canadian actor, writer, and director seduced the toughest critics at Cannes. Now Xavier Dolan is poised to break into the starry land of Hollywood.