Michael Schwartz

Gayle Rankin on Method and Madness

July 12, 2017

The Scottish-born, Julliard-educated actress embraces the challenge of Hamlet‘s doomed ingénue.

Sarah Jaffe

July 11, 2017

Last Friday, Sarah Jaffe released her fourth full-length album, Bad Baby, and by her account, and ours, it might just be the strongest yet.

Charlotte OC Comes of Age

April 3, 2017

“I was definitely turning into a young woman from a girl,” says Charlotte O’Connor of the two years she spent working on her debut album Careless People.

Faces of 2017

December 14, 2016

From now through January, we’re counting down the actors, musicians, visual artists, comedians, and more that we’re most excited about for the New Year. We’ll be publishing one story a business day, so check back in daily for our Faces of 2017.

The Subversive Duo

December 13, 2016

Let’s Eat Grandma began writing their debut album I, Gemini (Transgressive) at age 13, but when they released it in June of this year—in the throes of late teenhood—they sounded anything but juvenile.


November 27, 2016

In collaboration with Cadillac, Interview presents four game-changing artists whose work challenges the measures of their media and cuts through the noise—artists whose daring has them poised for big breakouts. They talk to us about escaping the ties that bind, about finding their own voices, and crossing the threshold into real originality.Interview and Cadillac will continue to celebrate these four artists with a special exhibition of work by Adams, Robinson, Mestrovic, and Martin during Art Basel Miami Beach.

Ellington Robinson

November 22, 2016

Paint and mixed media are Ellington Robinson’s mediums; history and place, his materials.

Shantell Martin

November 22, 2016

There is a little bit autobiography and a little bit of Harold and the Purple Crayon existentialism to Shantell Martin’s work.

Aerosyn-Lex Mestrovic

November 22, 2016

Aerosyn-Lex Mestrovic’s signature works take two forms: There are the swirls of color, a meeting of vibrant pigment in loose, flowing abstractions, and there are his calligraphic works—all exacting, hard edges, completed with precision.

Derrick Adams

November 21, 2016

Derrick Adams is unabashedly captivated by popular culture.

Zachary Quinto

September 18, 2016

Your impression of Zachary Quinto probably depends on the first role you saw him play.

Hailey Gates

May 3, 2016

In Viceland’s States of Undress, Hailey Gates travels to around the world, stopping in Venezuela, Pakistan, Siberia, China, Gaza, Russia, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

Keke Palmer

March 31, 2016

Lauren “Keke” Palmer is an industrious individual.

Sophie Okonedo

March 28, 2016

When Sophie Okonedo agreed to play Elizabeth Proctor in The Crucible, she had just won a Tony Award for her role in another Broadway revival, A Raisin in the Sun.

Discovery: SWMRS

February 12, 2016

Weaving seamlessly between rock ‘n’ roll screams, acoustic melodies, and undeniably catchy synth-pop, SWMRS’ Max and Cole Becker, Joey Armstrong, and Seb Mueller prove they know more than just a thing or two about music on their debut LP Drive North.

The Tarantino Actor

January 4, 2016

In addition to The Hateful Eight, Demián Bichir also just wrapped his first feature as a writer, director, and actor.

Another Dimension

October 29, 2015

From graphic eyes to fresh skin, bold lips, and 3-D adornments, Fashion Month presented a diverse array of beauty looks for Spring /Summer 2016.

The Roles of Rebecca Hall

August 13, 2015

If you meet Rebecca Hall, she might ask you about your family history.

Eilika Meckbach’s Vintage Sensibilities

August 10, 2015

Eilika Meckbach is more than just a model. She’s a true fashion lover with an impressive vintage collection.

Discovery: K’Yan Yip

May 13, 2015

For menswear designer Michael Yip, whose budding label is called K’Yan Yip, safety and preservation are central themes.