Mark Alan Burger

How Mrs. America Costume Designer Bina Daigeler Dressed A Decade

April 15, 2020

The ‘Mrs. America’ costume designer explains how she brought the biggest political figures of the ’70s to life.

Hari Nef Will Try Anything Twice

March 19, 2020

The actor, model, and face of Gucci’s new perfume on fragrance and the future.

CHIKA Is Listening to J. Cole, Avril Lavigne, and Lots of Hamilton

March 17, 2020

The self-described hip-hip-soul artist crafts a playlist that’s all pleasure, no guilt.

The MoMA Armory Party: Sculptures, Tequila, and a Rhinestone Cowboy

March 6, 2020

The MoMA’s annual Armory Party—part art show, part concert, part Lynchian meta-commentary–was in full swing in the dead of night with Orville Peck.

And Then We Danced Director Levan Akin on Revolutions and Robyn

February 10, 2020

The director of the controversial Georgian gay romance on the power of ABBA and filming on the fly.

Mayan Toledano Wants To Get Into Your Bedroom

January 29, 2020

The photographer tells us about her portraits of the queer arts scene in Mexico City, and why she’s obsessed with Beliebers.

Andrew Thomas Huang Wants to Make a Movie Before the World Ends

January 22, 2020

What do you get when you cross a young girl, a tiger, and a fatalistic girl gang in 1960s Los Angeles?

That Time Adam Sandler Almost Wasn’t Adam Sandler

January 21, 2020

At least as we know him.

Quil Lemons’s New Vision of Black Masculinity

January 15, 2020

In his new series “Boy Parts,” the photographer positions Black men with the regal softness of a Renaissance painting.

That Time Renée Zellweger Became The “Bean Queen”

January 14, 2020

Bridget Jones knew a thing or two about good coffee.

MaryV Benoit Wants To Know What You Love About Yourself

January 7, 2020

The photographer explores the importance of chosen family in her new portrait series of the LGBTQ+ community.

Black Pumas Are Listening to Kendrick Lamar and “Careless Whisper”

January 7, 2020

The Grammy-nominated funk-soul duo talk driving to Nas, crying to Roberta Flack, and doing pretty much everything to George Michael’s timeless ballad.

That Time Brad Pitt Was Banned from China

December 20, 2019

Their loss.

Photographer iO Tillett Wright Has 9,900 Queer Portraits Down, and 100 More To Go

December 6, 2019

The photographer’s cross-country endeavor hopes to capture 10,000 portraits of queer people—and it’s almost done.

INTO: The Incomprehensible Splendor of Lady Gaga and The Muppets Holiday Spectacular

November 26, 2019

Who else can pull RuPaul, Elton John, and all the Muppets into a Thanksgiving TV special for no reason other than why not?

The Man Behind Richard Avedon

November 26, 2019

Gideon Lewin, the longtime assistant of one of America’s most prolific photographers, unveils the man behind the camera in his new retrospective monograph.

Young M.A Is Her Own Biggest Inspiration

November 22, 2019

By following up a viral hit with a 21-track opus, the Brooklyn rapper is surpassing her own potential.

Anicka Yi’s Perfumes Contain Notes of Yuzu, Patchouli, and Ancient Egypt

November 21, 2019

The artist’s new collection imagines fragrances for Hatshepsut and A.I.

Taylor Russell and Kelvin Harrison Jr. Talk Coming-of-Age with “Lizzie McGuire” and Lisa Kudrow

November 15, 2019

The siblings from “Waves” list their favorite coming-of-age movies, pitch their dream reality TV show, and imagine their characters’ birthcharts.

Artist Kambui Olujimi Wants to Float Free

November 8, 2019

As a member of the inaugural class of Kehinde Wiley’s Black Rock residency, the artist plans to explore blackness, weightlessness, and the expanse of space.