by Oliver Shaw
That Time When is Interview’s weekly trip through the pop cultural space-time continuum, where we return to some of the most overlooked moments from issues past. In this […]
by Mark Burger
Playwright Sarah Hall explains how her immersive show at the Public Theater explores the murky taboos that come with an HIV status for black gay men.
by Nadja Sayej
In her new one-woman show, the former first lady of Canada recalls her history with mental illness, her friendship with Andy Warhol, and why she ran away with the Rolling Stones.
The photographer and Interview contributor speaks about his friendship with Judy Garland and why instant gratification is overrated.
by Gary Indiana
The book of the season is an 832-page brick about the most confounding essayist in American history—and it couldn’t have arrived at a better time.
Fabrizio Massimiani reimagines vintage photographs from Interview with a flair of Saint Laurent.
by Mark Burger
Tracking the stars, and other famous-ish things, making news across New York City this week–from Martha Stewart selfies at the US Open to Tracee Ellis Ross' fashion week stylings.
by Marc Jacobs
John Currin tells Marc Jacobs why he doesn't avoid making mistakes and how the muscled, male superheroes in comics weirded him out as a kid.
Skater, surfer, and model Evan Mock chats about social media, overthinking, and what it's like being in front of (and behind) the lens.
"In many ways we had done everything we could do. We worked every look. We tried every drug.”
Give Me Liberty‘s Lolo Spencer Would Not Have Gone to Fire Festival (She’s Not That Kind of Influencer)
The disability lifestyle YouTuber-turned-Cannes-going actress is not that kind of influencer.
by Mat Ferraro
We take a spin around the luxury car dealer's garage.
To talk image, aging, and Instagram.