All Clothing, Belt, and Sunglasses by MOWALOLA. Jewelry MODEL’S OWN. Boots by MANOLO BLAHNIK.
John Waters photographed by Gus&Lo for Interview ‘s September 2018 issue.
Photo by Rowan Daly. The Breakfast Club cliché of a high school ecosystem made up of Brains, Athletes, Princesses, Criminals, and Basket Cases is officially dead, and Molly Gordon is holding the smoking gun
Dress by MSGM. It takes guts to compete in the battle royale that is YouTube content creation, and Lilly Singh— formerly known to her roughly 15 million subscribers as IISuperwomanII —is not just a survivor, but one of the platform’s undisputed champions.
Photo by Hollie Fernando. No one knows blue quite like Shura
Dress by JACQUEMUS from SAKS FIFTH AVENUE. Rings by LOVE ADORNED (worn throughout). Tights by GUCCI (worn throughout).
We are currently in the belle epoque of the modern performance clog. Appropriating blue-collar garments is nothing new; we’ve seen it with OSHA-approved Carhartt trousers (as seen on DPW workers, skaters, and streetwear fiends alike), and clogs are the new wave. The austere wooden shoe the Dutch hoi polloi invented for toiling on farms is officially played out.
Fran Lebowitz, Toni Morrison, and Paul LeClerc. Photo by Jill Krementz
Ad-Rock and Mike D of Beastie Boys; image courtesy of Angela Owens. In 1986, the Beastie Boys were on top of the world.
Mercury is officially out of retrograde , meaning everyone’s favorite excuse for miscommunication is officially retired (at least until October ). Over at Interview , communication is in the clear, as Natasha Lyonne and Jacqueline Novak, parters in comedy and friendship, discussed everything from Missy Elliott to performance anxiety, and Jeff Goldblum confessed he doesn’t really believe in astrology, but did have his coffee table exorcised that one time. We got a double dose of Euphoria, courtesy of Angus Cloud, who doesn’t care for Siri, and makeup maestro Doniella Davy, who expounded on her fave looks from the show