Jacob Brown

Hong Chau is the biggest star in the smallest role

Hong Chau is a rising star on a miniature scale

November 13, 2017

The captivating actress makes a giant splash in her new movie about tiny people.

Brenton Thwaites

February 24, 2016

Some quick notes on Australian heartthrob Brenton Thwaites: He plays guitar, drives a ’77 VW Kombi van, while he just spent months filming the upcoming Pirates of the Caribbean installment, he’s long been a fan of the Depp/Richards-style hat.

Jake Lacy

December 2, 2015

Most actors are complex, brooding types who draw inspiration from their onionskin layers of conflicting personality traits. Not Jake Lacy.

Naazir & Shaakir Muhammad

July 8, 2015

They’ve been called the Billy Elliots of Brooklyn. But when identical-twin brothers Shaakir and Naazir Muhammad sit down on a couch in a photo studio in the West Village, they still possess the mix of millennial-teen self-assuredness and nervous phone-tapping energy you’d expect of any 17-year-olds.

Ben Gorham

May 21, 2015

As the founder of fragrance house Byredo propels his brand further outward, he keeps it rooted in his imaginative vision.

Tom Mison

December 1, 2014

In Washington Irving’s “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow,” Ichabod Crane is described thusly: “His head was small, and flat at top, with huge ears, large green glassy eyes, and a long snipe nose, so that it looked like a weather-cock perched upon his spindle neck to tell which way the wind blew.”

Imaginary Landscapes

October 20, 2014

Writer of acutely self-aware, post-conceptual, artfully essayistic verse (sometimes about Justin Bieber), poet Andrew Durbin, the fair-haired prince of an increasingly relevant New York poetry scene, was recently spotted slipping into some Jil Sander at a local boutique.

Emily Meade

October 1, 2014

Wearing jeans and a pile of vintage jewelry—plus black nail polish from her photo shoot the day before—Emily Meade walks into the Smile, a cafe in the East Village neighborhood she calls home.

Zoe Levin

September 16, 2014

Despite shooting late into the previous night, actress Zoe Levin walks into New York’s Le Parker Meridien hotel with a smile and gait reminiscent of every all-American mean girl you never really got to know.

Lauren Lovette

May 27, 2014

For one rising soloist with the New York City Ballet, every move is a story of love.

Stacy Martin

February 26, 2014

Through a transatlantic phone connection, Stacy Martin’s voice, despite its softly French-inflected English accent, conveys a slight but palpable uneasiness.