Luisa Opalesky


“He Thinks I’m a Streetwalker”: Susie Essman Takes Us Inside Her Closet

February 12, 2024

To cap off her epic 12-season run on “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” the fabulously foul-mouthed comedian takes us behind the seams of some of her most memorable and meaningful pieces.


Dominique Fishback Takes Keke Palmer Inside the World of Swarm

March 23, 2023

The star of television’s buzziest show and her fellow actor unpack toxic fandom, playing the antihero, and the thin line between love and hate.


Bethenny Frankel’s Rich Bitch Gift Guide

December 6, 2022

“This is for my best dominatrix friends who want to get real fucking freaky in the bedroom.”


Fran Drescher on Gay Husbands, Activism, and Hourglass Figures

September 15, 2022

“I aspire towards something different from where I came from, something more elegant, more wealthy, more beautiful.”

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Parker Posey on New York in the ’90s: “There Was Freedom and Silliness”

April 25, 2022

Ahead of her role in the true-crime thriller “The Staircase,” the actor revisits and revises her 1998 cover story from this magazine.


“Are You Fucking Kidding Me?”: Susie Essman Reviews Hats

November 30, 2021

The “Curb Your Enthusiasm” MVP goes off on the latest in headwear.

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Kathy Hilton Was Born to Entertain

August 25, 2021

Paris and Nicky’s mom has become reality TV royalty, bringing her brand of Bel-Air panache to the “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.” Here, she answers some questions from her friend Andy Warhol.


Lefty Korine Gives Finn Wolfhard the Scoop on Her Jewelry Line

March 5, 2021

From the people who brought you Spring Breakers: a tween mogul in the making.

Penny Lane and The American President

August 30, 2013

“I don’t like pointing cameras at people. I really like research,” says Penny Lane, the director of Our Nixon. Lane’s new documentary came about when she, along with co-producer Brian Frye, discovered 26 hours of Super 8 home movies taken by Richard Nixon’s aides John Ehrlichman, H.R. Haldeman, and Dwight Chapin sitting unseen in the National Archives.