A new exhibit maps the history of Louis Vuitton

October 30, 2017

The former American Stock Exchange building is getting a little more haute-couture with the opening of Volez, Voguez, Voyagez.

Lexus and Interview Celebrate NYFW

September 15, 2017

A great time was had by all.

Last Night at the Interview x Valentino Party

December 6, 2012

Last night crescendoed with the Interview and Valentino launch of Valentino’s Pop Pois collection, which will be sold at the Webster.

Laurence Graff

November 24, 2008

He made a fortune in rare, artistic gems. Now the dashing London tycoon is spending it to amass one of the most impressive contemporary art collections in the world. For this collector, you buy what you love. But love is usually complicated.

Raymond Pettibon

November 24, 2008

There is only one place in the art world where Charles Manson, Gumby, J. Edgar Hoover, a cartoon mouse on acid, surfers, baseball players, homicidal teenage punks, and topless girls could all meet up, and that’s in the drawings and collages of this southern California-based artist. His reach has gone way beyond his underground punk-scene beginnings, but Pettibon’s still sketching the loveliest misfits.

Katherine Bernhardt

November 23, 2008

Unlike in fashion, in the art world, you don’t define work in terms of looks, models, and seasons. But then an artist like 33-year-old painter Katherine Bernhardt comes along and takes fashion photos, magazine spreads, and model poses as her subject matter. She basically turns the latest Versace campaign or Kate Moss editorial into an immortal, high-art form. The Missouri-born artist, who is usually in New York but has been jumping around Europe in various residencies lately, paints fast, with a brutal, slash-strike brush style that hardly goes easy on beauty.

James Nares

November 23, 2008

Filmmaker, musician, performer, painter, amateur engineer, and self-taught brush-maker James Nares is one of the art world’s preeminent polymaths. But no matter the medium, he’s always a big-canvas guy.

Gardar Eide Einarsson

November 22, 2008

At first, Gardar Eide Einarsson’s work could be mistaken for the kind of art made by a lot of young, white New York guys these days. There’s plenty of graffiti, references to gangs, skateboarders, the police, a couple flags with dark mottos, and even cameos by radicals like the Unabomber.

Nicolas Duvauchelle

November 21, 2008

A little more than a decade ago, a casting agent spotted Nicolas Duvauchelle doing some Thai boxing at his local gym in Paris. The French tough guy was soon thrust in front of director Erick Zonca, and fighter became actor.

Kirsha Kaechele

November 21, 2008

Mom: A wild painter. Dad: An astrophysicist Who dropped acid with the father of thermonuclear warfare. Kirsha got rolfed, visited a shaman in the Amazon, lived with radicals and Native Americans, then settled down and opened a communal art space in one of New Orleans’s scariest neighborhoods.

David Byrne

November 21, 2008

The Talking Heads’ former frontal lobe on recording his soulful new album with Brian Eno, transforming buildings into musical instruments, writing song-and-dance numbers about Imelda Marcos, and designing bicycle racks for a better tomorrow.