Kate McKinnon Answers Questions From Seth Meyers, Margot Robbie, Charlize Theron, and More
The beloved 'Saturday Night Live' star fields questions about her favorite teacher, childhood memories, and Elizabeth Holmes from some of her most famous friends.
Glenn O’Brien’s Poetry Brings The Factory to Life
From Robert Mapplethorpe peeing his pants to Mick Jagger's birthday party, "Interview" veteran Glenn O'Brien remembers all.
Cat Marnell on Coke Straws, Courtney Love, and Caroline Calloway
The unhealthy-health writer of old has never tried Glossier's famously "clean" beauty line, but she did once use coal as make-up in Istanbul.
INTO: The Deranged Magnetism of the Succession Theme Song
The show's title track mixes classical and hip-hop influences, featuring an out-of-tune piano.
Before Just Kids: The First Photos of Patti Smith and Robert Mapplethorpe
50 years after he shot his friends naked under a lamp in a tiny apartment, the photographer Lloyd Ziff brings the portraits out from under the bed.
Alanis Morissette and Diablo Cody Don’t Give a Shit About the Hipster Vote
Twenty-five years and seven Grammys later, the singer has reimagined her all time classic with the help of some friends.
Editor in Chief Nick Haramis Looks Forward to the Next 50 Years of Interview
For the 50th anniversary issue of Interview Magazine, we're looking into the future while paying homage to Interview's iconic past.
Tatum O’Neal Revisits (and Revises) Her 1980 Interview Cover Story
The youngest Oscar winner in history reminisces about Michael Jackson, Richard Burton, and Studio 54.
On The Road With Spencer Phipps, The Man Behind Phipps International
The designer has come a long way from wearing a dirty hoodie and talking about Hells Angels with Dries Van Noten.
What Does Black Midi Say About You?
The perfectly imperfect rock band isn't interested in taking an inkblot test so much as it's interested in being one.
The Circularity of Jacolby Satterwhite, a 3D Artist with a 360 Point of View
The artist's latest ritual-focused video project begins with a baptism and doesn't ever really end.
Patrick Belaga On How to Play the Cello for Strangers on the Street
The Los Angeles–based performer and part-time model teaches us what to play, where to play, and who to play for, all while dressed fabulously.
Brittany Howard is Listening to Rico Nasty, Nina Simone, and Blade Runner
Singer and lead of Alabama Shakes Brittany Howard crafts the ultimate throwback playlist for us through the best decades of music.
Natalia Reyes Almost Declined Terminator: Dark Fate Director Tim Miller’s Call
The 32-year-old actress wasn’t even born when "The Terminator" was released. Now, she joins the franchise along side Arnold Schwarzenegger and, for the first time since 1991, Linda Hamilton.