Rachel Kushner’s new novel asks readers to remember the female prison population
May 8, 2018
The author’s third novel, The Mars Room, explores victimization, criminal justice, and California’s engrained economic strata.
Steven Soderbergh and Gregg Araki have a surreal comedy series in the works
March 26, 2018
The series, created for Starz, is called Now Apocalypse.
April 25, 2017
Theater director Trip Cullman is a workaholic.
NYFW Fall/Winter 2017: The Finale
February 16, 2017
Finishing up our NYFW FW 2017 coverage with images from backstage at Delpozo, Thom Browne, Shan Huq, and Marc Jacobs.
NYFW Fall/Winter 2017: Days 1 and 2
February 13, 2017
Our favorite moments from backstage and front row at Calvin Klein, Jason Wu, Jeremy Scott, VFILES, Rag & Bone, Thakoon, Adam Selman, Adeam, Ulla Johnson, and Brock Collection.
Backstage at NYFW: SS 2017
September 15, 2016
Backstage and front row at our favorite NYFW shows.
The Highlights: Part Two
September 12, 2016
New York Fashion Week continued over the weekend and today, we’ve distilled the shows down to CG, Jason Wu, Monse, Baja East, Alexander Wang, Band of Outsiders, Victoria Beckham, Hood by Air, Sies Marjan, Altuzarra, and Prabal Gurung.
The Highlights: Part One
September 9, 2016
New York Fashion Week is in full swing. To avoid sensory overload, we’ve distilled this week’s shows into highlights. First up are VFILES, Creatures of the Wind, Creatures of Comfort, Adam Selman, Phelan, and Thakoon.
James Vincent McMorrow, On the Move
August 31, 2016
James Vincent McMorrow is more or less an introvert. However, his forthcoming album, We Move (Believe Recordings/Caroline) sees the Dublin-based musician doing just that: moving beyond and obliterating his comfort zones both emotionally and sonically.
Artists at Work: Simone Leigh
July 26, 2016
“Simone Leigh: The Waiting Room” at the New Museum is installed in an institution, but its implications extend far beyond the museum’s walls. Leigh, a Chicago-born, New York-based artist, uses the exhibition (and her accompanying residency at the museum) to point to the artistry of everyday life.
Allison Amend and the Adventures of Mrs. Conway
May 24, 2016
Enchanted Islands, the third novel from writer and professor Allison Amend, is at once a coming of age tale, a historical thriller, and an examination of love, identity, and fulfillment.
Thomas Ruff in Time and Space
April 5, 2016
“When I was 19 and wanted to go to university, I had to decide to study astronomy in Heidelberg or art photography in Düsseldorf,” Thomas Ruff says when we meet in Chelsea.
NYFW Fall/Winter 2016: The Highlights
February 16, 2016
From Alexander Wang to J. Crew, Jeremy Scott, Maiyet, Tommy Hilfiger, Hood by Air, Jason Wu, and more…Here is everything you need to know from backstage and front row at NYFW Fall/Winter 2016.
February 11, 2016
“She’s the problem solver, and quietly, but confidently so,” says Condola Rashad of Kate Sacher, her character in Showtime’s new series Billions.
January 27, 2016
Sam Lansky’s memoir The Gilded Razor (Gallery Books) opens on a 17-year-old Lansky, a certified child of uptown privilege, preparing for a prospective college visit with his father at Princeton.
Regina King’s Primetime
November 13, 2015
2015 has been a rather momentuous year for Regina King.
Backstage at Victoria’s Secret
November 11, 2015
Yesterday at 4pm, The Park Avenue Armory hosted the annual Victoria’s Secret fashion show.
Cynthia Daignault, an artist Painting America in a New Light
November 4, 2015
Last spring, painter Cynthia Daignault set out on a six-month journey around the circumference of the United States, documenting the landscape every 25 miles. The 360 resulting oil paintings are now on view as one singular work, Light Atlas, at Lisa Cooley in New York.
Björn Braun’s Birds
November 3, 2015
Although Björn Braun’s grid-like layout of egg cartons on the ground might evoke notions of Carl Andre, it’s really just about the animals.
Balmain x H&M Marches In
October 21, 2015
For Olivier Rousteing and his Balmain army, big is always better.