flying high

Kaley Cuoco and David Spade on Flight Attendants, Bad Reviews, and Fake Feuds

After one of the most successful runs in recent TV history, "The Flight Attendant" star discusses her next act with her friend and former co-star.

Music

Machine Gun Kelly Tells Dave Franco About the Year That Saved His Life

In 2020, the rebellious rapper and newly minted pop-punk savior has discovered a new drug of choice: happiness.

lesson

Chef Sophia Roe Teaches Us How to Shuck an Oyster (and Help the Planet)

"The only way to help oysters is to eat oysters."

on second thought

“Where the Fuck Am I?”: Rosie Perez Recalls Her Hollywood Early Days

Ahead of her role on HBO Max's "The Flight Attendant," the Oscar-nominated actor revisits (and revises) her cover story for this magazine from 1993.

15 MINUTES

Nikita Dragun Does Her Own Slaying

The boundary-pushing YouTube star and beauty mogul charts her rise from shy high schooler to "the most extra bitch you will ever meet."

exit poll

Hillbilly Elegy Is an Accidental Camp Masterpiece

Ron Howard's latest arrives on Netflix with unwanted baggage, but even still, the movie has its saving graces.

k-pop!

Red Velvet Takes Diplo Inside the Life of a K-Pop Supergroup

As the all-female Korean group continue their global expansion, they take questions from the DJ and super-producer.

film

Clea DuVall and Natasha Lyonne Discuss the Subtle Rebellion of Happiest Season

"It just so happens that it’s not Tom and Tina, it’s Tina and Tina."

tributes

Cheryl Dunn on Immortalizing the Life of Dash Snow

The filmmaker's latest documentary, "Moments Like This Never Last," is a raw portrait of the artist and the downtown community that made him.

icons only

“No Regrets”: Glenn Close and Whoopi Goldberg Discuss Their Singular Careers

The Hollywood legends reflect on their most important roles, both on and off screen.

OUI OUI

Sam Marie-Saint’s Sodapop is a Love Letter to the French New Wave

The photographer captures New York City's punks, dreamers, and outcasts with a cinematic lens.

art

A Meditation on Manhattan in the Work of Torey Thornton

The Big Rotten Apple plays a critical, pronounced role in the work of the 30-year-old artist, whose bold, auto-fictive practice traverses mediums and modalities.

TRUE GRIT

Luke Gilford Reimagines the American Cowboy

The photographer's first monograph, "National Anthem," captures the diverse community of queer rodeo.

rorschach test

“White Guilt So Tasty”: Comedian Dulcé Sloan Sounds Off

On dating men, fighting women, and "Living Single."

1999 to 2020

Miles Aldridge Shares the Memories Behind Some of His Iconic Photos

To mark his retrospective "Virgin Mary. Supermarkets. Popcorn," the photographer remembers what it was like to shoot Donatella Versace, Maisie Williams, and more.

INTO

How Designer Lydia Cambron Recreated Kubrick’s 2001 for the COVID Era

In lieu of bread-baking, the designer spent lockdown making a shot-by-shot recreation of the film's eight-minute finale.

against the ropes

“You Ate a Moose?”: 2 Chainz and Mike Tyson Get to Know Each Other

The superstar rapper and the legendary boxer discuss parenthood, potential, and that different kind of protein.

thirstory

Brooke Shields Broke the Internet Before It Existed

The actress could sell a pair of jeans to anyone—even Calvin Klein himself.

nice to meet you

Bree Runway is Here to Transcend Your Limitations

The emerging genre-bending artist on Lil' Kim, "White Chicks," and being larger than life.

fashion!

Stella McCartney and 26 of Her Favorite Artists on the ABCs of Sustainability

The sustainability warrior and fashion icon spells it all out for us.

required reading

“It’s Embarrassing. We Know.”: How Cazzie David and Lorde Forged a Friendship on the Internet

The writer and her pop star friend discuss tabloid culture, casual sex, and being secret stoners.

q&andy

Patrick Schwarzenegger on Girls, Grown Ups, and Working at The Grove

On the day of the release of his film "Echo Boomers," the actor answered a few questions lifted from Andy Warhol himself.

nice to meet you

For “Agüita” Singer Gabriel Garzón-Montano, It Starts With the Pelvis

The Brooklyn-based singer has an energy that's all his own.

Director

The Nest Director Sean Durkin Tells Jude Law Why Making Movies Can Be So Damn Hard

The director of "The Nest" opens up to his star about why his approach to filmmaking has made life in Hollywood challenging, and why their new movie was worth the wait.

ingenue

“I Try Not to Think About It”: Emma Corrin on Playing Princess Diana

Uneasy lies the head that wears the crown.

in conversation

How RILEY and Angelica Ross are Living Their Lives On Purpose

The two artists and activists discuss music, living unapologetically, and the legacy of Naya Rivera.

in conversation

Kathryn Newton and Vince Vaughn Get Freaky

The 23-year-old actor spoke with her "Freaky" co-star about the joys of golf, rom-coms, and the perfect kill.

thirstory

Undressing Shia LaBeouf with the Founder of @ShiasOutfits

We revisit the actor’s shirtless and steamy November 2014 cover story.

In Conversation

Max and Charlie Carver Get Inside Each Other’s Head

The actors and identical twins sit down for a candid exploration of how their shared history made them who they are today.

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Painter Harold Ancart’s Two Favorite Cities: New York and New York

The Belgian globe-trotter on the wonder of movement and the best utensil-free restaurant in the world.

rorschach test

Comedian Atsuko Okatsuka on Husbands, Asian Grandmas, and AR-15s

The comedian and podcast host takes us on a whirl through her roller coaster life.

we went there

Transcending Transience: This Year’s Met Costume Institute Exhibit Is Both of Its Time and Entirely Outside It

"About Time: Fashion and Duration" brings a new, 2020-inflected meaning to "everything old is new again."

nice to meet you

The Band O’Hara on Dreams, Ceviche, and Making Music as a Couple

The très-cool French band, formed by Laurence and Denma, met in Paris through a series of very fortunate events. Get to know the couple.

on the record

“You Had 400 Fucking Songs?”: Justin Timberlake Interviews Ty Dolla $ign

The two artists take a break from making music to discuss the mystery of doing just that. 

in conversation

Heidi Bivens and Raffaella Hanley on Making Euphoria the First Shoppable Show

The costume designer behind the hit HBO show talks to the founder of Lou Dallas about her new collection, the death of mall culture, and what's in store for season two.

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