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November 2014

Springtime at Bess NYC

If you live in downtown New York, chances are you've heard of Doug Abraham, founder of the SoHo store BESS.

Eye Catching

For doe-like eyes reminiscent of Louise Brooks, try a heavy-handed application of liquid liner in a deep black.

Following their signature hybrid of ambient and indie rock, the latest track from Brooklyn-based band Snowmine is beautifully haunting from beginning to end.

Charlotte OC

The English Chanteuse is here to cast a spell on you.

The Track
Of The Week

Exclusive Track Premiere: 'Activate,' Govales

Casting Call: Widows

Steve McQueen, jumping from the success of 12 Years a Slave, will be writing and directing a remake of the '80s British miniseries The Widows.

The Shy Man's Revenge

Watch Cillian Murphy in Netflix's interwar drama Peaky Blinders and you'll find yourself thinking that, despite his already impressive career, the Irish actor is still somehow cruelly underrated, and only getting better.

New Again: Stephen Hawking

On November 7, The Theory of Everything, a biopic about renowned astrophysicist Stephen Hawking, opened in theaters, and in 1991, Errol Morris made a documentary about Hawking. In our Septemeber 1992 issue, Morris and film critic Gerald Peary discussed what it was like to work with Hawking, his witty sense of humor, and his beliefs about god. 

Anjelica Huston

Anjelica Huston's second memoir, Watch Me, continues where her 2013 debut left off.

Other Features


Interview's Talent Show: Mira Sorvino



Jason Mantzoukas by Nick Offerman

If you watch The League, you know Jason Mantzoukas as Rafi, the unhinged brother-in-law of Nick Kroll's Ruxin whose gleeful lecherousness knows no bounds.

Other Features

Flowing with Taryn Manning

Taryn Manning, the singer-songwriter, fashion designer, former karate champion, and actress, is now 36 with bleached-blonde hair.

Laura Donnelly's River Dance

Inserted into the program of The River, Jez Butterworth's new Broadway play, is a poem by W.B. Yeats, "The Song of the Wandering Aengus."

Discovering Jeff Vespa

Earlier this autumn, Rizzoli published The Art of Discovery, the debut monograph from photographer Jeff Vespa.

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.  

Glenn Kaino, on Concepts and Coral

In a small space at the biennial exhibition Prospect.3 in New Orleans, seven aquariums in artist Glenn Kaino's installation Tank give off a mechanical hum, generating a white noise that creates an oddly comforting background to their ethereal, fluorescent glows.

Locating Loss with Oliver Jeffers

For the past two years, Irish artist Oliver Jeffers has explored the fickle, yet forgiving nature of human memory through his live performance and painted series Dipped Paintings, which we recently experienced firsthand.

Tod Papageorges Studio

In the late '70s and early '80s, photographer Tod Papageorge surveyed the zenith of nightlife Studio 54 for sculptural form and composition. Sixty-six of his images are presented in a new volume, Studio 54, out now via Stanley Baker.

Other Features

Brit Pop Girls

From the coastal town of Blackpool to the streets of South London and beyond, a new kind of musical alchemy is occurring, as a wave of young, individualistic women have holed up in their bedrooms experimenting with synthesizers and computers, and emerged as outsize pop stars.


Hugo Boss Award 2014 presented at The Guggenheim

November 20, 2014 @ the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, NYC

Whitney Gala & Studio Party Presented By Louis Vuitton

November 19, 2014 @ Whitney Museum of American Art, NYC

Cartier Celebrates 100 Years of La Panthère de Cartier

November 12, 2014 @ Skylight Clarkson Sq

Brooks Brothers & Patron with The Cinema Society host a screening of 'Foxcatcher'

November 11, 2014 @ Museum of Modern Art NYC, Top of the Standard NYC