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June 2017

Marte Mei van Haaster

"I'd like to relive certain moments in life," muses Dutch model Marte Mei van Haaster. 

Andy's Candy: Chelsea Girl

For our monthly Andy's Candy feature, Jose Cuervo and mixologist Haley Forest concocted the Chelsea Girl, a Warhol-inspired twist on a tequila Collins served in a custom Nachtmann Havanna tumbler. 

After an extended period of silence and emotional turmoil, today, Roxiny, a Brooklyn-based singer, releases a new song, "9 Months," exclusively below. 

Beth Ditto

On her solo debut, the former Gossip frontwoman once again gives us something to talk about.

The Quiet Storms of Sofia Coppola

Filmmaker Sofia Coppola is known for the dreamy quality of her visuals, awash in emotion and atmosphere.

New Again: Daniel Day-Lewis

On Tuesday Daniel Day-Lewis announced that he will retire from acting after the completion and release of Phantom Thread, a drama directed by Paul Thomas Anderson about the 1950s London fashion scene.

Discovery: Sydelle Noel

Until her early 20s, Sydelle Noel had one goal: to make it to the Olympics.

Zoe Lister-Jones Starts a Band

In Band Aid, the directorial debut from writer, producer, and actor Zoe Lister-Jones, a married couple turns to music for catharsis. 

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Al Gore

A decade has passed since the release of An Inconvenient Truth, the documentary that made former Vice President Al Gore America’s most trusted authority on global warming. A lot has changed in that time, but the activist’s determination to fight is not one of them.

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Elizabeth Wurtzel

Elizabeth Wurtzel was 27 when she published Prozac Nation, the genre-defining memoir that she now describes as "a joke that started the whole world crying." 

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.

The Shape of Things

In States of Undress, the Viceland show whose second season kicked off in earlier this month, the multihyphenate Hailey Gates—model, actress, writer, muse—travels the world exploring the ways that fashion intersects with politics, religion, and national identity.

Armchair Traveler: Pride

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.

Katja Novitskova

The Estonian artist with a knack for turning the natural world on its head invades Manhattan with sculptures that are out of this world.

Mark Bradford

The American artist heads to Venice with the hope of turning activism into an art form.

Stewart and Stewart's Strange Trip

Willie Stewart and Brent Stewart have unveiled their most ambitious project to date. "Grand Ole Opera," now open at Pioneer Works in Red Hook and curated by Gabriel Florenz, is perhaps the strongest manifestation of the Stewarts's specific idiom of postmodern, sociopolitical pastiche.  

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Uptown Legend

If you saw a hip-hop artist or athlete wearing some unusual Gucci or Louis Vuitton in the 1980s, it was probably a Dapper Dan original. Using silk-screen printing, the Harlem-based designer made customized logo-printed clothing, car interiors, and furniture upholstery for the likes of Mike Tyson, Salt-N-Pepa, Bobby Brown, Eric B. & Rakim, and LL Cool J (as well as the flyest gangsters of the day).

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2016 Fashion Awards

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Interview and Cadillac Celebrate The Art of Daring

December 2, 2016 @ MAPS Backlot, Miami, FL