arrival

Micheal Ward Merges Into the Fast Lane

by Juliana Ukiomogbe

do you believe in magic?

Achilles Ion Gabriel Is Letting His Imagination Fly at Camper

by Rossy de Palma

ASK A SANE PERSON

Senator Ed Markey on Shooting Hoops and Saving the Planet

by Christopher Bollen

talk hole

Talk Hole Says VOTE!

"If I see one more thirst trap telling me to vote (besides our own), I swear to god…"

fashion!

New York or Nowhere

Photographer Cruz Valdez and stylist Dara Allen hit the streets of NYC with a few nonessential essentials.

ASK A SANE PERSON

Chris Jackson on Why the Status Quo is Killing Us

"There’s no way to MAGA our way back to a purer past."

fashion!

Hedi Slimane Masters the Influencer Uniform

For the SS21 Women’s show, the Creative Director shows a collection for the Celine girl who has mastered the art of influencing.

word on the street

What Did the Last Four Years Actually Feel Like?

A bunch of New Yorkers try to find the words.

art n craft

Code-Switching in Art and Craft: Sanford Biggers in Conversation with Diedrick Brackens

Upon the release of Biggers's exhibition "Codeswitch," the artists reflect on the role of texture in a touchless world.

ASK A SANE PERSON

David Rothkopf Finds Hope in the History of Progress

"I’m more concerned about the root causes of our political problems than I am about the virus. We will manage that."

in conversation

TeaMarrr and Issa Rae Just Want to Be Influenced

The two artists discuss making music, "Insecure," and edibles.

required reading

Bryan Washington’s Very Quiet Concerns

With his debut novel, the author delivers a gay breakup book that’s also so much more.

ask a sane person

The Squad Is Expanding, and Jemele Hill Loves to See It

The podcaster, writer, and TV host on endless Zoom meetings, mourning the movies, and working toward a more equitable future.

on second thought

“I’m Surprised I’m Still Alive”: Mike Tyson Revisits His Interview Cover Story from 1990

Ahead of his return to the ring on November 28, the 54-year-old fighter looks back on his rapid rise to fame and the pitfalls that came with it.

show & tell

A New Book Shows Why Camilla McGrath Was the Lens of the Party

"Face to Face: The Photographs of Camilla McGrath" is a gorgeous, jet-set testament to the delicious depth of the McGraths’ personal address book.

add to queue

Sasha Sloan Is Listening to Brandi Carlile, Smash Mouth, and the Entire Shrek Album

The alt-pop singer-songwriter on leaving California, loving karaoke, and staying her own worst enemy.

Politics

A Conversation Between Senator Anne Ranch and Demi Lovato (and Danny DeVito)

In some circles, it’s been referred to as the Frost/Nixon of 2020.

don't touch my hair

Jawara’s Latest Exhibition Is a Love Letter to Black Hair

The hairstylist extraordinaire partnered with photographers for “COARSE: The Edges of Black Ingenuity," a virtual exhibition brimming with beauty.

let go and let god

Kali Uchis and Steve Lacy on Lighting Up and Letting Go

"Uh-oh. You chiefing?"

let's talk about sex

Playgirl Magazine Is Back, and It’s Not What You Think

Silvia Prada, the magazine's new Image Director, pays homage to the magazine’s legacy and its new mold in a series of exclusive illustrations.

add to queue

H.E.R. is Listening to Prince, Stevie Wonder, and The Proud Family

The R&B artist shares what's on her playlist.

art

At 94, Betye Saar Is Letting Intuition Lead the Way

The artist talks to her friend, the actress CCH Pounder, about some of the trips they’ve taken and the places they’ve yet to go.

fashion!

Welcome to Club Lonely

Nobody is talking about it.

nice to meet you

Abby Jasmine Loves Weed and Water Sports

Get to know the 22-year-old Vine star-turned-R&B singer.

viewgirl

Talia Ryder on the Transition from Indies to Spielberg

The "Never Rarely Sometimes Always" star readies herself for "West Side Story."

fashion emergency

Mel Ottenberg and Jeremy O. Harris in Paris: An Honest Conversation About the World’s Most Polarizing TV Show

On the eve of making Broadway history with 12 Tony nominations, the playwright spoke with our Creative Director about "Emily in Paris," the fashion emergency on everyone's minds.

drumroll, please

Joe Wong and Fred Armisen March to the Beat of Their Own Drum

The "Russian Doll" composer and drummer takes center stage with his debut album, "Nite Creatures."

in conversation

Riz Ahmed and Octavia Spencer on The Burden of Representation

The Emmy winner and the Oscar winner discuss the temptation and toxicity of leaving behind a legacy.

INTO

Smile, You’re on Camera: Grinning Through Quarantine with vVardis

The luxury oral care brand has given one editor reason to smile again.

Three Movies That Prove the Year in Cinema Still Has Something to Offer

"Lovers Rock," "Notturno," and "American Utopia," which recently screened at the NYFF, offer a measure of hope.

lit

Kamala Puligandla Writes in Zigzags

The Autostraddle Editor-in-Chief discusses her debut novel and her own queer coming-of-age story.

really good grades

Nathan Fielder and Louis Theroux Teach a Masterclass on the Art of Awkward

The face of "Nathan for You" is taking his really good grades and second-rate advice to HBO.

midnight sky

Rick Owens and Miley Cyrus on Rock Stars, Recklessness, and Life on the Road

"I can say yes to anything. It would take something really fucking crazy for me to say no."

a life in

Patrisse Cullors Shares Her Objects of Self-Preservation

The co-founder of Black Lives Matter offers us an important lesson in resistance: rest.

art

Lily Stockman Brings Us Back to the Gallery

The show “Seed, Stone, Mirror, Match” will be showing at the Charles Moffett gallery until October 18th, by individual appointment only.

thirstory

Shimmying the House Down with Supermodels Linda Evangelista and Christy Turlington

The "Supers" won't get out of bed for less than $10,000, but they'll dance for a cover shoot.

FOLLOW US @INTERVIEWMAG