Eight book and perfume pairings for every kind of summer vacation—whether a girls' trip, a bros' trip, or an ego trip.
Pete Davidson, Rashida Jones, and a Human Leg (and Other Stray Body Parts): This Week’s NYC Celeb News Map
Tracking the stars, and other famous-ish things, making news across New York City, from Bill Murray at "Burn This" to Amy Poehler and Rashida Jones at a fitness class.
"TWENTYTHIRTYFIVE," the new collaboration between Vitra and Virgil Abloh, looks like the bachelor pad of the future.
by Megan Pope
Over haloumi eggs and hummus, the comedian-on-the-rise gets some pro tips from the most fun man in showbiz (besides maybe Stanley Tucci).
An exhibit reminds us that the two artists' shared interest in the sexual presence of things is not only what binds them together, it's the connective tissue of society itself.
A new book by the legendary architect proves the Los Angeles cityscape is just as gloriously unhinged as ever.
by Mark Burger
Dr. Amanda Reisman is the human embodiment of a West Elm chair, or the zen tidal wave one incurs after a singular guided meditation.
by Mark Burger
The photographer discusses her new book, skin suits, and the blurred reality of the internet age.
The "Godzilla" writer talks to the comedian about ghost musicals, riding in a gay pride float, and being really, really, ridiculously good-looking.
In this edition, we open up our June 2006 issue with cover star Lindsay Lohan, a woman of change, in honor of her 33rd birthday.
With two stages, and froze on tap, the festival brought together queer performers and allies for a two-day extravaganza that featured powerful performances from Mykki Blanco, Honey Dijon, Pussy Riot, Violet Chachki, Allie X, Rina Sawayama, and Yvie Oddly to name a few.
With his new HBO stand-up special, a very busy Youssef talks work-god balance with his very busy friend.