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September 2014

City Girls

Six rising models dress for autumn in the city.

In Essence

Alia Raza and Ezra Woods, the duo behind luxury perfume line Régime des Fleurs, see the act of creating fragrances as a higher art form.

Video Premiere: Dai Burger

"It's more of a visual montage than your average music video," says Queens-bred rapper Dai Burger.

Soundclouds of the Underground: Doom Dab

Last night, NYC-based multi-genre label Doom Dab held the first installment of their new monthly party at Le Bain, the eminent nightclub inside The Standard Hotel.

The Track
Of The Week

Exclusive Song Premiere and Interview: 'Townie,' Mitski

Last Days

Two years after the 1973 Paris Accords won Henry Kissinger the Nobel Peace Prize and supposedly ended the war in Vietnam, North Vietnam marched on the South.

Casting Call: L. Frank Baum

New Line Cinema has purchased the rights to a buzzy new script about the author of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, Frank L. Baum.

Trailer Face-Off: Wild vs. The Good Lie

Wild vs. The Good Lie: Two films based on a true stories and starring Reese Witherspoon as a character who undergoing a spiritual awakening.

New Again: Catherine Deneuve

Next month, at the 16th annual Mumbai Film Festival, French icon Catherine Deneuve will receive a lifetime achievement award.

Other Features

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Videos

Discovery: Chris Geere

Chris Geere has been acting professionally since he was still at drama school. His earliest roles, he tells us, include "Second Spear Holder from the Left" in a Royal Shakespeare Company production of All's Well that Ends Well starring Judi Dench, and "a glorified extra" in Stephen Spielberg's 2001 miniseries Band of Brothers.

Other Features

Pat Montandons Blistering Memories

Once christened San Francisco's "Golden Girl," Pat Montandon was a legendary hostess to the cream of San Francisco society and celebrities, including Danielle Steel, the Gettys, and Andy Warhol—to name a few.

Greg Jacobs Loves the 80s

"I just like to make movies," says Greg Jacobs over the phone. "I like the process and I like collaborating and being part of something exciting—I like doing it all," he continues. "I try to be ego-less."

Mindy's Pally

It is perhaps tempting to dismiss Adam Pally's style of acting as a man-child cliché—his characters are often immature beyond their years and on the receiving end of other character's jokes for an easy laugh. But it would be unfair; the context in which Pally utilizes his "man-child-ness" not only makes him interesting, but also extremely laudable and progressive.

Armchair Traveler: White Noise

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 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.

Double Tap This

Interview has teamed up with our pals at art and design non-profit BOFFO to support ❤ Like, a project conducted entirely through BOFFO's Instagram (and ours).

Other Features

Alexander Skarsgård

The success of the sexy, supernatural HBO vampire series True Blood has transformed into the object of ravenous obsession, not to mention millions of dark, twisted fantasies. But for the actor himself, it has ushered in the dawn of a bright new day.

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INTERVIEW Celebrates The Photographers' Issue

September 9, 2014 @ The Hills, NYC

Neuehouse Celebrates Rachel Feinstein's 'Folly'

September 4, 2014 @ Madison Square Park and Neuehouse, NYC