We ask the author of 'Good and Mad' about how she browses in an age of dystopian timelines.
The famed agent and congenial former club kids tells us tales about the photographs collected in his new book, 'Memorabilia'.
“Rich people actually read books back then."
by Phoebe Cates
In the course of her four-decade career, Jennifer Jason Leigh has played an urbane satirist, a Civil War–era fugitive, and a stalker from the classifieds. Now, the 56-year-old, Oscar-nominated actress and her friend, former co-star Phoebe Cates, go back to where it all started—in 1982, at Ridgemont High.
The Bravo reality series that aired its first season in 2008 has jackhammered through the façade of uptown Manhattan, a milieu once known for its exclusivity and discretion. But what do the real-life women who reside there think about their TV counterparts?
A Los Angeles–based Canadian ingénue with a British-ish accent who feels teleported from the future yet calls to mind a young Shelley Duvall? No wonder her mother named her Mia Gypsy Mello da Silva Goth.
In his debut book, Nana Kwame Adjei-Brenyah envisions a sci-fi dystopian America addicted to hardcore violence and holiday markdown sales.
Restaurateurs Danny Bowien and Michael “M” Chow compare notes on Chinese food, the truth of a dish, and why, even though it might not be a fine art, cooking is at least as good as architecture.
The Los Angeles–based model, actor, and emerging musician has 303,000 Instagram followers and counting. He celebrated his 23rd birthday the day before this photograph was taken. Here, five other things about our September ViewGuy that you should know.
A New York story about the Oscar-nominated actress who appears opposite Jennifer Garner in the HBO series Camping, premiering this October.
We gather a compendium of anecdotes about the legendary filmmaker from some of her boldfaced collaborators and conspirators.
A maybe exaggerated, definitely foggy, look back at The World—the most iconic nightclub you’ve never heard of
A maybe exaggerated, definitely foggy look back at pioneering New York nightclub The World from the people who lived it and loved it (and a few others who weren’t all that impressed, to be honest).
The life and times of the endlessly curious, consistently rule-breaking artist, filmmaker, and international treasure Agnès Varda.