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September 2014

Menswear Monday Exclusive: DDUGOFF

Daniel DuGoff's new menswear label, DDUGOFF, is performing a tricky balancing act. Not too sporty, not too formal. Not plain, but definitely not too loud. Basic, but not, as the saying goes, basic.

Milan Fashion Week: SS 2015

Miguel Enamorado, Interview's fashion director, picks five of his favorite looks from Milan Fashion Week.

Post-Girls, Christopher Owens has shifted his sound; and while his first solo album, Lysandre, explored the building and loss of a relationship, A New Testament reverberates with a soulful sense of optimism and love.

Nada Surf Relives the Past

Nada Surf has no shame when it comes to writing pop songs—lead singer Matthew Caws has come to accept that fact throughout the past 18 years of the band's existence. 

The Track
Of The Week

Exclusive Song Premiere and Interview: 'Satellite,' JP Cooper

What Robert Silvers Wants

The New York Review of Books' fifty year-history is the subject of a new documentary, co-directed by Martin Scorsese and David Tedeschi. 



New Again: Charlie Sheen

Charlie Sheen dove into the shallow end of the pool.

The Hilarious Hank Azaria

Over the course of his nearly 30-year career, actor Hank Azaria has definitely made you laugh.

David Harbour

September is a busy month for the 40-year-old actor David Harbour: On Sunday, his television series Manhattan will conclude its first season on on WGN. Last week, his film A Walk Among the Tombstones came out in cinemas. This Friday, he'll release Equalizer, another thriller in which he co-stars with Denzel Washington and Chloë Grace Moretz.

Other Features


Freida Pinto



Luke B. Goebel

Luke B. Goebel's Fourteen Stories None of Them Are Yours is a thunderous, fantastical debut novel. 

Other Features

Philip Hook Explains It All

A is for authenticity, B is for branding, C is for color, D is for dealers, and E is for... eroticism? For Sotheby's art specialist Philip Hook, these terms are part of the daily vernacular. 

Garth Stein's Flash Point

Garth Stein's latest novel A Sudden Light (Simon & Schuster) is haunting, full of longing. 

Hilary Mantel, In Brief

Hilary Mantel is busy working on the final installment of her trilogy-in-progress, and if that wasn't enough, Mantel has now released a book of short stories—a combination of memoir and contemporary fiction, including the title story, The Assassination of Margaret Thatcher

Armchair Traveler: Space Between

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.

Theaster Gates Monastic Orders

Theaster Gates and his group The Black Monastic used the two-week residency at the Serralves Foundation as an opportunity to further develop their practice through 19 moves performed both in public and private.

Objet DArt: Black Knight Vacuum

Devised by Antwerp-based firm Studio Job, "Chess Piece" is a Swarovski crystal-studded black knight fused with a functional vacuum cleaner.

Barry McGee x Eddie Martinez

"It's not hard to like Eddie," says artist Barry McGee, of fellow artist Eddie Martinez.

Other Features

Thom Yorke

As he prepares to hit the road with his groovy new nuclear side project Atoms for Peace, the frontman for the most universally revered band in music opens up about grappling with fame, wrestling with rock, the quandaries of free-market capitalism, and what it's like to go out Radiohead-less after all these years.


The Cinema Society & Brooks Brothers Present a Screening of 'Whiplash'

September 29, 2014 @ The Paley Center for Media and Weill Music Room, Carnegie Hall, NYC

New York City Ballet's 2014 Fall Gala

September 23, 2014 @ David H. Koch Theatre, Lincoln Center, NY

Free Arts NYC and The Brant Foundation Host a Day with Dan Colen for Homeless Youth

September 20, 2014 @ The Brant Foundation, Greenwich, CT