Ecological Philosopher Timothy Morton on Saving the World, Sour Patch Kids, and Versace Shirts
One of the world's leading philosophers on climate change and ecology describes himself as a freewheeling wanderer with an appetite for hallucinogens. Here, his gut reactions to nine semi-random topics.
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Whoopi Goldberg, Justin Bieber, and Hailey Baldwin’s $25k Mini-Dress: This Week’s NYC Celeb News Map
Tracking the stars, and other famous-ish things, making news across New York City this week — from Brie Larson at Artichoke Pizza to Justin Bieber's smiley-face trucker hat.
Hero Fiennes-Tiffin, Our March ViewGuy, Loves Playing Fortnite and Researching the Civil War (It’s for a Film)
Hero Fiennes-Tiffin cut his teeth as the pre-teen version of his uncle Ralph Fiennes’s very un-hero-like Voldemort in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince.
Hope is a Dangerous Thing
Stylist Victoire Simonney dressed Dara in Balenciaga, Dior, and Prada. Photographer Laura Coulson took photos of her in México.
Meet Sudan Archives, the Electro-R&B Violinist Who’s Mesmerized By Jellyfish
The LA-based musician has awakened the full potential of the violin to dizzying, dazzling, and, at times, disturbing effect.
Brooke Shields Revisits (and Revises) Her 1989 Interview Cover Story with Andy Warhol
"On Second Thought" offers iconic subjects the rare chance to revisit an interview from our archives, and reckon with the good and the bad of it.
My 2,500 Hours Playing Guild Wars
The musician Alejandra Ghersi, better known as Arca, on productivity, and why they've played more than 2,500 hours of the role-playing game "Guild Wars."
ViewGirl Annie Sama Loves Jumping Rope And Making Warehouse-Ready Pop
Annie Sama, a Montreal-based Congolese-Canadian singer-songwriter is an uber-hyphenate who has become something of a darling in the fashion community.
Brie Larson, Adam Driver, and Another Pete Davidson Tattoo: This Week’s NYC Celeb News Map
Tracking the stars, and other famous-ish things, making news across New York City this week — from Brie Larson and Annette Bening at the "Captain Marvel" premiere to Isabelle Huppert at "Bartschland Follies."
Designer Patrick Church Talks Boy Dresses, Tragic Glamour, and Modern Romance
Patrick Church's latest collection, "Dearly Beloved," is inspired by his mom's "AbFab" style, "bride boys," and his own Cinderella story.
Anne Imhof is Creating Hard-Core Performance Pieces that Speak to the Anxieties of a New Generation
The German artist talks with the Vetements and Balenciaga stylist Lotta Volkova about what attracted her to art and music, and the awesome power of open-ended collaborations.
Five of Spring’s Most Extravagant Gowns Welcome Us to the Dollhouse
Photographer Richie Shazam and stylist Lana Jay Lackey play (doll) house with the spring's most extravagant gowns.
“You are dead as soon as you are born” Djordje Ozbolt talks to Scott King
The eccentric painter was recently tapped to represent his native country of Serbia at the 2019 Art Biennale in Venice.
Spencer Pratt Pairs Some Healing Crystals with Six of this Season’s Most Vibrational Sandals
The star of MTV's "The Hills" is also the founder of Pratt Daddy, a line of healing crystals. We asked him for some karmic guidance to this season's best footwear.