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April 2017

Ondria Hardin

Who is Ondria Hardin? Ask the model directly, and her answer is the following: "I'm an American. I am a dog mother. I'm evolving. Who are you?"

Modern Moves

The humble material of an American classic, denim is layered and deconstructed to give it dancing-in-the-street attitude.

New Again: Hanson

This week the young brothers best known for singing "MMMBop" announced that to mark their 25th anniversary as the pop group Hanson, they'll celebrate with a hometown performance and a world tour.


One fateful day in a college philosophy class, Patrick Riley sat next to Alaina Moore, and as she tells it, their connection was "instantaneous." 

Christine Evangelista

Over the last few years, Christine Evangelista's career has steadily gained momentum. In 2015, the native New Yorker joined The Walking Dead as Sherry; last year, she appeared in Ben Younger's boxer biopic Bleed For This opposite Miles Teller. Now, she stars as aspiring actress Megan Morrison in E!'s scripted drama The Arrangement

Daniel Espinosa and Life Beyond Earth

Life is the sixth feature film from Daniel Espinosa, and the Swedish-Chilean director's first venture into the realm of science-fiction. 

Olivier Assayas

Personal Shopper is not what you'd expect from its title or trailer.

Antonio Lopez

A new documentary celebrates the glamorous and downright groundbreaking life of one of fashion's greatest artists and scene-makers. 



Other Features


Brit Marling



Dan Chaon

It's strange to discover that some of your creepiest fascinations and deeply private fears have, by chance, become the key ingredients of a novel.

Other Features

New Again: Wentworth Miller

Nearly eight years have passed since Wentworth Miller's journey as Michael Scofield on Fox's Prison Break came to its electrifying end, but next week, Scofield will be back behind bars and back on TV. 

Hannah Tinti's Constellation

Out today, Hannah Tinti's new novel, The Twelve Lives Of Samuel Hawleyis a gripping father-daughter road trip where the bad guys are never far behind. 

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.

Henry Taylor’s Truth

Henry Taylor paints people as they are—in their homes, on the street—but he's more than a portraitist of everyday America. 

Hilton Als & Alice Neel

The American essayist, curator, and artist Hilton Als is perhaps most concerned with New York and remembering her children. 

Coffee Table Curator: March 2017

From influential supermodels, to obscure Prince trivia, to the comedic genius of Monty Python, this March's Coffee Table Curator is incredibly varied. Peruse the above slideshow to see six fascinating books we think should grace your coffee table this month.  

Into the Cosmos

"Welcome back to Earth," says Eliza McNitt. The New York-based writer and director is greeting us following Fistful of Stars, a 5-minute, 360-degree virtual reality journey in which you're transported to the Orion Nebula, over 1,300 light years away, to witness the birth, life, and death of a star.

Other Features

Chance the Rapper

Chance the Rapper's Acid Rap, premiering today via his own website—Chance is currently unsigned—layers elements of gospel, juke, and neo-soul upon the free form textures of 2012's #10Day to create a sound that sticks out from Chicago's wildly popular trap scene like a sore thumb.


2016 Fashion Awards

December 5, 2016 @

Interview and Cadillac Celebrate The Art of Daring

December 2, 2016 @ MAPS Backlot, Miami, FL