Hao Zeng

Our favorite Lexus x Interview selects

September 15, 2017

We teamed up with Lexus to give the NYFW crowd a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

The Art of Throwing Shade

January 23, 2017

Inspired by NARS Soft Matte Complete Concealer with 16 shades, Interview ignites a conversation with female innovators, tastemakers, and self-starters about what it means to be a woman in charge. Together, they’re propelling “girl power” in 2017, and throwing shade at the notion that intelligent, and assertive women are bossy rather than brilliant.

Pooja Kharbanda

January 23, 2017

Well traveled from an early age, Pooja Kharbanda—the designer behind SoHo-based swimwear obsession 6 Shore Road—has evolved her aesthetic from the many cities she’s called home.

Naomi Ekperigin

January 23, 2017

Gender prejudice and polarization have long plagued the comedy world.

Roxanne Assoulin

January 23, 2017

With over 30 years of experience in jewelry design, Roxanne Assoulin’s career is a testament to the power of creative dynamism and personal reinvention.

Claire Chan

January 23, 2017

Much more than just a spot to catch a caffeinated boost on the go, today’s coffee shop is at the intersection of leisure and style—a place where customers are going to see and be seen.

Kim Swift

January 23, 2017

When we think of “experience design,” our minds go to decorators, wedding planners, and the other creative professionals that give the “look” to the events of our lives.

Cyndi Ramirez

January 23, 2017

It’s difficult to pin down Cyndi Ramirez’s career in a single, concise term; as Ramirez herself admits, “my profession is kind of all over the place.”

Kai Avent-DeLeon

January 23, 2017

As the owner of the Brooklyn-based concept store Sincerely, Tommy, Kai Avent-DeLeon leverages creative leadership to forge connections within her community.

Rony Vardi

January 23, 2017

Since first opening its doors in 2004, Williamsburg jewelry boutique Catbird has gone from a tiny Bedford Avenue storefront featuring one of a kind pieces to an industry tastemaker and veritable brand in and of itself—all the while remaining true to its organic, personalized feel.

Tze Chun

January 23, 2017

It would seem that there are as many art galleries in New York City as there are taxicabs.

Linda Fargo

January 23, 2017

Just over 10 years ago, Linda Fargo joined Bergdorf Goodman, New York’s most venerable department store.

The New DKNY

September 18, 2015

Dao-Yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne’s first DKNY outing was a somber affair.

Gowns Galore at Delpozo

September 18, 2015

If Delpozo isn’t yet a red carpet staple, it will be soon.

NYFW: SS 2016

September 16, 2015

Everything you need to know from the Spring/Summer 2016 shows.

Planet Jeremy Scott

September 15, 2015

For Spring/Summer ’16, Jeremy Scott reconfigured ’60s B-movie femmebots through an ’80s B-52s lens and ’90s Deee-Lite retro devotion: Valley of the Dolls on Venus, on ecstasy.

Prabal Gurung’s Accessibilty

September 14, 2015

Prabal Gurung’s Spring/Summer ’16 collection featured warm tones in a palette of gold, bronze, and red, nonchalant asymmetrical hemlines, and brushstrokes of vivid color tossed across fabrics.

Derek Lam Channels Nina Simone

September 14, 2015

Although Derek Lam’s Spring/Summer ’16 collection quietly echoes some of the ’70s-inspired patchwork suede seen during his Spring/Summer ’15 show, the designer looked to a new muse this season: late jazz singer and civil rights activist Nina Simone.

Thakoon’s Artistic Edge

September 14, 2015

Just like the artists and art-minded models and actresses who lined the front row at Thakoon’s Spring/Summer ’16 runway show, the collection itself seemed to draw inspiration from contemporary art history.

More than Mrs. Hamilton

August 31, 2015

The daughter of a doctor and a dramaturge for a European theater company, Phillipa Soo grew up in Libertyville, Illinois, and was always involved in the arts.