Any seasoned traveler knows no matter how small the weekend bag, you don’t forget a book and a bottle of perfume.
We have entered the hellish apex of midsummer , though thankfully, ours involves thigh sweat and overcrowded trains rather than hallucinogen-induced torture in a seemingly pastoral Swedish village.
“P eople love cars,” says Alison Mosshart. “They think that they’re beautiful, or that they symbolize adventure.
Photo by Dejan Jovanovic. A couple miles outside of Basel, during the city’s infamous art fair, a joining of cultural houses took place in a deconstructed firehouse
Freddie Gibbs and Madlib, shot by Nick Walker. After a 5-year hiatus, “MadGibbs” is back in the spotlight. Underground hip-hop’s favorite duo is made up of Freddie Gibbs, the illustrious rapper with a machine gun-like flow, and Madlib, the intentionally elusive producer who doesn’t even own a cellphone
Photo by Casi Moss. Courtesy A24
Catherine Cohen is the first to arrive at Cafe Mogador. Draped in an orange blouse and silky pink skirt, she greets me with her signature “ What’s happening?
Photo by Moritz Bernoully. This past May marked the opening of the “Appearance Stripped Bare: Desire and the Object in the Work of Marcel Duchamp and Jeff Koons,” a landmark exhibition at the Jumex Museum in Mexico City
For the Summer issue of Interview , I was tasked with the joy of asking nine esteemed architects about their favorite tacky Los Angeles buildings. And, in the process, I got the chance to speak at length with the person who paved the way for this question to even be asked critically: Denise Scott Brown
That Time When is Interview’s weekly trip through the pop cultural space-time continuum, where we return to some of the most overlooked moments from issues past. In this edition, we revisit our May 2001 issue with cover star Nicole Kidman–Aussie icon and acting chameleon–and her conversation with Baz Luhrmann about their wild time filming Moulin Rouge . Some actors fall victim to pigeonholing, but Nicole Kidman is not one of them