Kim Petras Says It’s Okay to Be Sad in the Club

With her new single 'All I Do Is Cry,' Kim Petras is showing a different side to her pop persona—one that is hurt, self-aware, hungry for growth, and ready to party.

in conversation

Carly Rae Jepsen and Cyndi Lauper Talk Hair Dye and Heartbreak

by Ernest Macias & Cyndi Lauper

meet and greet

The State of the Curve

by Sarah Nechamkin

Lee Fields Thinks “Old Town Road” Is a Bop, Bill Nye Has A Point

The legendary soul singer talks Bill Nye the Science Guy's F-bombs, Felicity Huffman's arrest, and, of course, Lil Nas X's yee-haw anthem. 

Coffee Table Curator: Barbie Dolls, Vampire Weekend, and A Whole Lot of Cats

Showing — no, telling — you which art and culture books to add to your living room repertoire in the month of May.

Susanne Bartsch, Fecal Matter, and A Bunch of Aliens Take Over Brooklyn

Many things have changed since her Copacabana days, but Susanne Bartsch's adoration for all things weird hasn't. And Saturday night's alien-filled "Play Now! 6" party was no exception.

INTO: Dee Hilfiger’s Drop Dead Gorgeous Moment at the Met Gala

While she didn't sport a homemade Mount Rushmore headpiece, Hilfiger's red-and-white fringed bolero were worn with all-American elan.

Model Abbey Lee Goes Under the Sea for the Met Gala

The Aussie model-turned-actress and lifelong aspiring mermaid tells us about the night her wildest dreams became reality.

Cub Sport’s Camera Roll is a Journey through a Trans-Dimensional Realm of Suburban Bliss

The "genre-queer" Australian band open up their camera roll, which is a portal into a lush world of enchanted forests, fluffy dogs, and gold records.

Cate Le Bon Reimagined Her Latest Record as a Bauhaus-Inspired Chair

And in four easy steps, the songwriter, and craftswoman, instructs us on how to make a custom-built chair. Some assembly, it should be said, is required.

Jeremy Scott, John Waters, and Amanda Lepore Share Their Own Notes on Camp — Or, What It Really Means to Do the Most

In honor of Susan Sontag's seminal essay, the theme of this year's Met Gala, we gathered some of our favorite arbiters of eclectic taste to discuss the unpindownable cultural phenomenon.

ScHoolboy Q Teaches Us How to Wear a Warm Beanie When it’s Hot Out

The Los Angeles-based rapper discusses life in full dad mode, from his 36 holes of daily golf to his closet filled with 50 pairs of strappy sandals.

Cara Delevingne, Maggie Gyllenhaal, and the Sesame Street Gang: This Week’s NYC Celeb News Map

Tracking the stars, and other famous-ish things, making news across New York City this week — from Cara Delevingne and Ashley Benson at Balthazar to Elmo, Big Bird, and co. on the Upper West Side.

How Rachel Lears Filmed the Moment Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Changed Politics Forever

In her new Netflix documentary "Knock Down the House," Rachel Lears captured the journeys of four progressive women running campaigns to change the system.

Vaquera Takes Us Down the Yellow Brick Road with a Karaoke Send-Up of the Wizard of Oz

This week, the New York City fashion label debuted a karaoke-based performance piece at MoMA PS1 loosely inspired by the "Wizard of Oz."

David Drebin Photographed Hollywood’s A-List Before They Could Make a List

The photographer shows us his old contact sheets from photoshoots with Steve Jobs, Bradley Cooper, and Charlize Theron.

Plunging into Punk’s Printed Matter

A new exhibit at the Museum of Arts and Design takes a closer look at the printed matter of the punk movement.

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