June 6, 2016
When stationed between twin sisters Cipriana and TK Quann, you’ll find yourself swiveling your head between their identical faces as they volley off each other verbally.
February 25, 2016
Don’t call it a comeback: the seminal ’90s designer looks forward with a new take on his signature aesthetic.
December 20, 2015
Designed by two of the industry’s most wanted creatives, Hillier Bartley is the smart choice for self-assured women of substance. reimagined proportions of wardrobe archetypes are remixed and made personal with an idiosyncratic charm.
Lucky Blue Smith, On the Precipice
December 8, 2015
Looking at and listening to Lucky Blue Smith, and especially doing both at the same time, it’s hard to believe that he didn’t spontaneously generate, fully formed, somewhere in Southern California.
May 27, 2015
The perfect cashmere sweater falls into a familiar fashion category: that of the seemingly simple but so often elusive ideal, like the right pair of jeans or the ideal white tee. Jean-Victor Meyers, the 29-year-old heir to the L’Oréal empire and the youngest-ever member of the company’s board, realized this himself when he went looking […]
February 20, 2015
Bobby Abley offered another variation on his favorite theme Sunday night at Milk Studios.
Sean Baker’s Tangerine Dream
February 4, 2015
It speaks to the realism of Sean Baker’s Tangerine, which premiered at Sundance last week, that a bus driver called the cops on two of his actors when she saw them fighting (for Baker’s cameras) in her rear-view mirror.
L.A.’s Life Artists
February 3, 2015
Patrick Brice insists that his ironic comedy The Overnight is actually very earnest. “The bottom line,” he says, wholesomely, “is that it’s about love.”
From Disney to Dope
February 3, 2015
At Sundance last week, you heard people recommending Dope to fellow festival-goers so often that it became conspicuous—in corporate gifting suites, on the street, at dark and noisy parties, and in line for other films.
Céline Sciamma’s Portrait of a Girl
February 2, 2015
Adults, boys, and white people scarcely show up on screen in the Girlhood‘s two-hour runtime as director Céline Sciamma follows her protagonist, Vic (played by Karidja Touré), through her teens in the mostly black and working-class suburbs of Paris.
Menswear Monday: Off-White
October 27, 2014
Virgil Abloh knows his way around graphic tees.
Menswear Monday: Oppermann London
October 13, 2014
Brothers Mattis & Niklas Oppermann are in the thick of relaunching their leather goods brand, Oppermann London, when we call them on a Monday in September.
Menswear Monday Exclusive: DDUGOFF
September 29, 2014
Daniel DuGoff’s new menswear label, DDUGOFF, is performing a tricky balancing act. Not too sporty, not too formal. Not plain, but definitely not too loud. Basic, but not, as the saying goes, basic.
Menswear Monday: Solange Azagury-Partridge
September 15, 2014
This summer at London Collections: Men, Solange Azagury-Partridge launched her first men’s jewelry collection, assertively titled ALPHA.
Hood by Air
September 8, 2014
Shayne Oliver seemed intent on showcasing a fuller, more luxe iteration of his brand, and with the LVMH prize money he won this summer, he had the resources to do it.
September 8, 2014
Thakoon Panichgul’s Spring 2015 collection was escapist in an especially seductive way.
Menswear Monday: Barneys’ Tom Kalenderian
August 18, 2014
As one Interview editor so succinctly put it the other day, Barneys is our “happy place.” When we got the chance to talk to Tom Kalenderian, an executive vice president at Barneys and general merchandise manager for menswear, he let us know (to no one’s surprise) that we weren’t alone.
Menswear Monday: Simon Miller
August 4, 2014
“Easy” was how Daniel Corrigan and Jake Sargent, the creative directors of Simon Miller, described their denim collection when we visited the brand’s NoHo showroom last week.
Menswear Monday: Andrea Pompilio
July 21, 2014
Andrea Pompilio is an Italian designer through and through. He grew up at a time when Milan was the center of the fashion universe, ruled by titans like Armani and Versace, and is proud of that history.
July 14, 2014
Last Sunday, on the first night of the Fall 2014 haute couture schedule in Paris, Stella Tennant closed the Atelier Versace show in something rather unexpected.