by Nathan Taylor Pemberton
photographed by Marcelo Gomes

cover story

Revisiting Our 1988 Cover Story with Lady Sade, Elusive Pop Diva

by Vince Aletti
photographed by Matthew Rolston

on the couch

Is Mary Poppins actually a grief worker?

by Dr. Dan Wolfson

Talking to the Manicurist Responsible for Carmela Soprano’s Iconic Pink and White Acrylic Nails

In honor of The Sopranos’s 20th anniversary, Interview's Mel Ottenberg talks with Maria Salandra, the manicurist responsible for Carmela Soprano's iconic pink and white acrylic nails.

Italy’s Founding Father of Streetwear Marries Equestrian Sculptures and Nike Sneakers for Pitti Uomo

Luca Benini of Slam Jam brings streetwear to the Museo Marini in Florence during Pitti Uomo 95.

An Essential Amazon Wish List For Newly-Divorced Men, Inspired by Jeff Bezos

Following the shock announcement of Jeff and MacKenzie Bezos's seperation, we've assembled the essential Amazon Wish List to prep you for the dating pool.

A Collection of the Increasingly Racist, and Bizarre, Gaffes Following ‘Green Book’

After its surprise haul at the Golden Globes, the feel-good social drama "Green Book" can't seem to shake the controversy surrounding it.

Baby Chanco Wants To Bring Hair Peace To The World

The Instagram baby with a viral bouffant is officially the face of Pantene.

Under Wraps at Pitti Uomo with Y/Project’s Glenn Martens

Ahead of his Pitti Uomo show, the creative director of Y/Project took a break from touring Florence to discuss gender-fluid fashion and designing clothes that look like condoms.

The L-Train Shutdown That Wasn’t, Explained By New York’s Omnipotent Transit Blogger

After Governor Cuomo's controversial announcement halting the shutdown of the L train, Benjamin Kabak of the popular transportation blog Second Avenue Sagas gives us the rundown.

“It’s Not This Utopian Thing Anymore”: Justin Strauss On The End of Output And A Type of Clubbing As We Never Knew It

A permanent presence in DJ booths across the city tells us what the closing of Output means for the state of nightlife in New York City. "It's not this utopian thing anymore."

Jeff Bridges’ Perplexing Golden Globes Acceptance Speech, Explained

It’s Jeff Bridges’ world, and we’re all just trim tabs, steering one another in it.

Is This Christian Bale’s First Time Channeling Satan?

In honor of Christian Bale's Golden Globes acceptance speech, in which he thanked Satan for inspiring his performance of Dick Cheney in "Vice," we came up with some of his other particularly demonic roles.

Jade Pettyjohn Loves Eating Breakfast for Dinner with Her Modern-Day Hippie Friends

Already a star with the Nickelodeon set, Jade Pettyjohn graduates under the tutelage of Nicole Kidman in "Destroyer." Here, four other things to know about our November ViewGirl.

The Interview Editors Look Into the Crystal Ball and Predict 2019’s Wildest Trends

Aromatherapy vaporizers, tiny phones, social celibacy, and Y2K aesthetics are just some of the trends our editors foresee for the year ahead.

Jade Kuriki Olivo, aka Puppies Puppies, is Embracing Her Identity as a Latinx Trans Woman

Puppies Puppies' creator, Jade Kuriki Olivo, embraces her identity as a Latinx trans woman and the full complications of making art in difficult times.