Yung Lean gives us a diary entry from the road

The Swedish rapper provides us with iPhone pics, lyric notes, and a doodle of a druggy sailor.

Gary Oldman

As awards buzz swells around his recent portrayal of Winston Churchill, the iconic British actor reflects on why history, now more than ever, is not a thing of the past.

First things first with singer George Maple

The Australian singer-songwriter, who just released her debut LP, gives us the inside scoop on her life-long love affair with Alicia Keys and Christina Aguilera.

Balls to the wall

Go for glory in the most attention-grabbing, all-leather ensembles of the season.

Out of office

Take a break from the daily grind with a loose update on the traditional shirt and tie.

Looking back on the gorgeous ’80s excess in Less Than Zero

Thirty years after the film hit screens, we take a look at the incredible interiors from this underrated saga of drug excess with production designer Barbara Ling.

Benedict Cumberbatch

The Oscar-nominated actor shines once again in a new Thomas Edison biopic, but the secret to his success lies off-camera, in his own winding road to enlightenment.

Five young photographers who are reinventing Polaroid

Ryan McGinley is showcasing a series of imagery shot by five up and coming photographers.

Q&Andy

Discover artist Ignasi Monreal’s irreverent visual takeover for Gucci

The Spanish-born fashion illustrator and graphic designer is among a large swath of buzzy artists choosing to partner with the brand.

Appreciation: New York Subway and Rail Art

In the 1980s, the MTA created an Arts & Design department charged with installing permanent art works in commuter cars and stations.

Young Paris takes over the Whitney Art Party

Admirers and art world superstars celebrated the downtown museum's Independent Study Program.

The Chilean trans actor who could be in the running for an Academy Award

The breakout star of A Fantastic Woman is so convincing and mutable in her role that Chile has made the film its official entry for the Academy Awards.

Ivy Pochoda’s new novel is an ode to the misunderstood parts (and people) of California

The writer's third novel, Wonder Valley, was inspired by an inadvertent destination.

Q & Andy: Spike Lee

The basketball-loving, feather-ruffling film auteur submits to Warhol’s famous questionnaire.

Revisited: Nick Lachey

The 98 Degrees frontman is back with the band for a new Christmas album and 31-city tour. Do you remember when they appeared in our May 2000 issue with Space Puppies?

Fine & Dandy

Gone are the days of stuffy men’s suiting. In its place, a freer, younger, more natural approach to formalwear that doesn’t feel so buttoned-up.

Revisited

FOLLOW US    @INTERVIEWMAG