Patrick McMullan

Society 40th Anniversary

September 27, 2009

In Honor of Interview’s 40th Anniversary, we present four decades of glamour, decadence, beauty, bombast, andstar-tripping, scene-making,world-changing bacchanalia.

Society Angels in America

March 25, 2009

During the maudlin final days of the Bush administration, I glumly wondered if New York would even survive until O-Day, January 20, 2009. Twin Towers gone, Wall Street tanked, Hamas bombing Israel and vice versa. Allah is apparently just not that into us. And then a lone angel alit: Sully, the pilot who landed the bird-struck US Airways jet on the Hudson. And miraculously the mood changed. Hope broke out.


November 21, 2008

When serious Fleetwood Mac-style romantic shenanigans caused the 2004 split of her indie-rock band the Anniversary, singer Adrianne Verhoeven was prepared to say goodbye to music for good.

Bernard-Henri Levy

November 21, 2008

The infamous French thinker may hit both war zones and fashion parties, but he’s dead set on changing the world order, and the idea that left is always right.


November 21, 2008

Violens are the latest brainchild of Miami-bred Jorge Elbrecht, a 30-year-old artist, singer, and guitarist who is also a member of the popular art and music collective Lansing-Dreiden. On August 17, the year-old band gathered at a ground-floor loft in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, to make a video for “Spectator & Pupil”-a lush, dreamy song with careening atmospherics, New Wave harmonies, and a hard, galloping beat.

Clementine Poidatz

November 20, 2008

The 27-year-old actress has earned her French citizen card by appearing in Sofia Coppola’s Marie Antoinette (2006) and by playing Louis Garrel’s fiancée in his dad Philippe’s La frontière de l’aube (Frontier of Dawn).