Danya Taymor and Angelina Jolie Take Us Inside The Outsiders

HEARTTHROB

Nicholas Galitzine and Anne Hathaway Give Us a Lesson in Chemistry

by Anne Hathaway

COVER

Rihanna Is Ready to Confess

by Mel Ottenberg

IN CONVERSATION

Lauren Oyler Wishes You’d Fact-Check Your Reviews

by Steven Phillips-Horst

LIT

Constance Debré Started Sleeping With Women. Then She Wrote Four Books.

by Jasmine Vojdani

SHARE LOCATION

Vinnie Hacker’s Essential Tokyo

by Interview

tour diary

“Pray, Smoke, Take a Shot”: Anycia Takes Us Backstage at Her NYC Show

by Mekala Rajagopal

LIT

Marissa Higgins on BookTok, Lesbian Fiction, and Her Debut Novel

April 12, 2024

Before the publication of her debut novel “A Good Happy Girl,” author Marissa Higgins told us why the book’s protagonist isn’t an easy sell.

DJ Dave

SOUND ADVICE

Live Coder DJ_Dave Is Logged In to the Algorave Afters

April 11, 2024

The producer and sound selector made us the ultimate futuristic fembot playlist, featuring Kelela and Charli XCX, and tells us who to fear when the machines take over.

NOSTALGIA

Photographer Jason Byron Gavann Takes Us Inside Boston’s Unsung Queer Scene

April 11, 2024

“All my friends were transforming themselves from boys to girls,” says the artist, whose photographs of 1970s Boston nightlife are on display at the Tufts University.

LESSON

Chef Eric Adjepong Shows Us How to Perfectly Sear a Scallop

April 10, 2024

In his mother’s kitchen in the Bronx, the “Top Chef” finalist showed us how to make a dish that defines his particular culinary fusion of New York and West Africa.

IN CONVERSATION

For Maggie Nelson, Criticism Is an Expression of Love

April 10, 2024

“Part of my critical practice,” the writer tells director Mike Mills, “is that only things I thought were great and needed more light on them merited the powers of my attention.”

LIT

How the Work of Agnes Martin Inspired Victoria Chang’s New Book of Poems

April 10, 2024

“Writing is the main way in which I feel like I can survive,” says the poet, whose new book finds her processing loss through the work of the painter Agnes Martin.

Brandy Melville

FAST FASHION

Who is Brandy Melville?

April 9, 2024

A new documentary details the tired notions of size-exclusivity and white supremacy used to hawk childlike clothes at the fast fashion chain.

SPILL

Lisa Vanderpump Tells Mel Ottenberg the Secrets Behind the Villa

April 9, 2024

“One thing I learned from being on reality television is the audience is smarter than you think,” says the restaurant mogul. “They saw exactly what’s going on.”

Brigitte Nielson

ICON

Brigitte Nielsen and Sharon Osbourne are Sexy and Satisfied

April 8, 2024

The six-foot-one superstar tells her fellow survivor about mob wives, motherhood, and modeling at 60.

SOUND ADVICE

Varg2™ Hates the Algorithm. And Your Outfit.

April 8, 2024

In this week’s Sound Advice, the Stockholm-based musician and producer curated a playlist to prepare us for his new record, “Nordic Flora Series Pt. 6: Outlaw Music.”

Tayi Tibble

SEARCH HISTORY

Even Tayi Tibble Is Insecure About Her Instagram Captions

April 8, 2024

“Every morning is like being reborn to me,” says everyone’s favorite Instagram poet, whose new collection “Rangikura” hits bookshelves this week. “It’s upsetting.”

NSFW

Julia Fox Bares All at the 6th Annual Pornhub Awards

April 5, 2024

“When I’m watching porn, I want to see people who are really into it. It can’t be my fantasy. They have to want it.”

HOLLYWOOD

Carla Gugino and Lena Headey Trade Hollywood War Stories

April 5, 2024

“It’s unusual to watch yourself age on film,” the “Girls on the Bus” star told her friend and fellow actor, Lena Headey. “It is brutal and it’s also liberating.”

IN CONVERSATION

Nathan Stewart-Jarrett Is More Than Just the Guy With a Clipboard

April 5, 2024

“I’ve seen many gay people live, laugh, and love on screen,” the star of “Femme” told his friend Ryan O’Connell. “They just always die at the end.”

LIT

In The Stone Home, Crystal Hana Kim Uncovers a Dark Chapter in Korean History

April 5, 2024

“When I’m writing, I always start with questions but I don’t necessarily expect to find answers,” says the author of “The Stone Home,” a new novel about the legacy of South Korean internment camps.

CAMPAIGN

Amelia Gray on Frame, Fame, and Fashion Week Meltdowns

April 4, 2024

“Frame was my favorite brand when I was like, 15,” the model and it-girl told our editor-in-chief. “So now, it’s pretty crazy that I’m the face.”

MISTER

Andrew Scott and Olivia Colman See You Taking Creepshots

April 4, 2024

To mark his starring role in Netflix’s “Ripley,” the Irish actor got in touch with his “Fleabag” costar to talk lazy journalism, civilian paparazzi, and knowing how to live.

CLUB

“If They Behave, They Are Welcome”: Meet Maria Antonia Cay, the Matriarch of Toñita’s

April 3, 2024

“It’s not like going to a bar,” says the owner of Toñita’s, one of New York City’s last surviving Puerto Rican social clubs. “It’s like going to visit family.”

KINGPIN

“You Be in Movie”: Danny Trejo Tells Rob Zombie His Wildest Stories

April 3, 2024

Hollywood’s baddest bad guy gets on the line with his old friend to discuss his Hollywood beginnings, entering his mogul era, and that time Charles Manson hypnotized him in prison.

TOUR DIARY

Flyana Boss Takes Us BTS of Their First Headlining Tour

April 3, 2024

In this week’s Tour Diary, Bobbi and Folayan called us from San Francisco to talk about self-care on the road and being chronically online.

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