Martin Amis and Salman Rushdie on Cancel Culture and The Hitch
September 17, 2020
Two titans of the written word reflect on the friends they’ve lost and the literary movement to which they belonged. In a superficial way, really. Quite reluctantly.
Colin Jost Tells Natalie Portman About His New Book and SNL’s Uncertain Future
July 20, 2020
The Weekend Update anchor and movie star discuss the upcoming election, procrastination, and the tricky business of memoir-writing.
June 1, 2017
In his latest film, Churchill, out tomorrow, Brian Cox plays Britain’s most famous Prime Minister. It is a career-crowning role for the 71-year-old Scottish actor.
Sign of the Times
March 3, 2017
Tiny, immaculately detailed timepieces by Gucci elicit an irreverent, aristocratic eccentricity.
March 2, 2017
Miu Miu’s spring slides toe the line between cute and kitsch.
The Detail-Oriented Designer
January 5, 2017
For her Spring/Summer 2017 collection, A.V. Robertson designer Amie Victoria Robertson envisioned a dreamy wasteland of bright, putrid greens and deep purples.
Discovery: Richard Malone
December 19, 2016
London-based designer Richard Malone is sure-footedly building his eponymous line with holistic-minded experiments in form and proportion.
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.
Sock it to Me
October 17, 2016
It would be a shame to hide these vibrant socks under pant legs. Paired with a sporty shoe, they make a bold statement.
At the Races
August 15, 2016
A modern My Fair Lady-in-reverse, model Lauren de Graaf heads to the motocross races on a hot summer’s day.
June 28, 2016
Alice Braga, star of Queen of the South, talks to her friend of over a decade Wagner Moura.