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November 2014

When you attend one of Paula Gerbase's shows for her label 1205, you'll receive the usual inspiration notes, with the addition of small fabric swatches.

Maiyet Cubed

To celebrate the Met's Apollo Circle Benefit, ethical-luxury brand Maiyet takes a cue from the museum's "Cubism: The Leonard A. Lauder Collection" exhibition, curated by Rebecca Rabinow.

EP Premiere: MOORS

Actor-rapper hybrids often pop up with varied results, but we have a feeling that MOORS is here for the long run.

The Maluca Remix Edition

New York-born talent Maluca enlisted a handful of the hottest producers to remix her new single "Trigger." Below we spotlight three of our favorites.

The Track
Of The Week

An Older, Wiser Weyes Blood

Ruben Östlund’s Force of Nature

Swedish director Ruben Östlund's latest film, the biting black comedy Force Majeure, focuses on the below-the-surface traumas of the domestic space.

Laura Poitras: Citizen

An unidentified NSA contractor contacted filmmaker and journalist Laura Poitas in January 2013. He called himself Citizenfour.

Kate Lyn Sheil

In writer-director Zachary Wigon's romantic mystery The Heart Machine, Kate Lyn Sheil plays Virginia, the girlfriend of a Brooklyn freelance writer named Cody (John Gallagher Jr.).

Max Irons

Although he comes from acting royalty, Max Irons is no spoiled scion—he's just playing one on the big screen.


Interview's Talent Show: Romy Byrne



Imaginary Landscapes

Writer of acutely self-aware, post-conceptual, artfully essayistic verse (sometimes about Justin Bieber), poet Andrew Durbin, the fair-haired prince of an increasingly relevant New York poetry scene, was recently spotted slipping into some Jil Sander at a local boutique.

Other Features

Emily Meade

Wearing jeans and a pile of vintage jewelry—plus black nail polish from her photo shoot the day before—Emily Meade walks into the Smile, a cafe in the East Village neighborhood she calls home.

The 45th Anniversary Issue

We're 45 and loving it! To celebrate our sapphire anniversary, we invited some of our favorite subjects from the past (almost) half-century to party with us in true Interview fashion—mixing high and low, uptown and downtown, fashion, film, fun, and just a little bit of the madcap conversation we've overheard over the years. Come on in.

Interviews Talent Show: Romy Byrne

Here, model Romy Byrne, whose parents are actors Ellen Barkin and Gabriel Byrne, plays us one of her music mixes. 

Londoners don't do Frieze—they do Frieze Week. As the galleries assemble their installations in Regent's Park and dates go into diaries, it's no surprise to anyone in town that this four day fair has the definitive industry show for contemporary art.

Armchair Traveler: Between the Folds

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: Eclipse Clock

Collaborating with PK Shop, the independently curated subsidiary retail store of Paul Kasmin Gallery, artist Ivan Navarro saw an opportunity of cosmic proportions.

Jeremy Kost, Exposed

Collectible, stackable, and inherently keep-able, a Polaroid is a fetish object.


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.


Celebrating the Launch of Alexander Wang x H&M

October 16, 2014 @ Armory on the Hudson, New York

Paramount Pictures and Jason Reitman Host a Special Screening of 'Men, Women, and Children'

October 14, 2014 @ New York Institute of Technology and the Library Bar at Hudson