A still from Monos . Photo courtesy of Neon. Mica Levi is a true original, though this comes as no surprise to followers of the British-born, multi-hyphenate musician.
All Clothing and Accessories by SAINT LAURENT BY ANTHONY VACCARELLO. Glasses PAUL’S OWN. Welcome to Saint Laurent’s Interview : a collaborative project between our editors and Saint Laurent’ s Creative Director Anthony Vaccarello, featuring Q&As with some of our favorite creatives of the moment.
All Clothing and Accessories by SAINT LAURENT BY ANTHONY VACCARELLO. Welcome to Saint Laurent’s Interview : a collaborative project between our editors and Saint Laurent’ s Creative Director Anthony Vaccarello, featuring Q&As with some of our favorite creatives of the moment
Shirt by CALVIN KLEIN JEANS. Vest, Pants, and Earring MAX’S OWN. One of Max Hooper Schneider’s biggest creative influences is his mother.
All Clothing and Accessories by SAINT LAURENT BY ANTHONY VACCARELLO.
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 December 1977 cover story with The Rolling Stones, during which they fire back at the Sex Pistols amidst an ongoing war of words. The Rolling Stones and the Sex Pistols are two of the most well-known bands of all time, bringing an intimidating toughness to the emerging disco culture of the ’70s. On their 1978 self-proclaimed “New York record” Some Girls —their highest-selling album to date—The Stones clearly deliver a grungy, grittier vibe than their earlier releases.
Gio Escobar understands why people call his music “post-genre,” but that doesn’t mean he agrees with it. “It has to do with people thinking that it’s hip-hop , but not really,” he says. “To me, it reads as something that somebody wrote about us, and then everyone kind of ran with it.” The “us” the Brooklyn native is referring to is Standing on the Corner, an amorphous collection of musicians and collaborators he has assembled to help him on his quest to uncover a yet-to-be identified truth
Perhaps no line better encompasses the ethos of Jay Som—the ’90s-inflected dream-pop project of Melina Duterte—than this one, found in the song “Nighttime Ride” off her new album Anak Ko : “ Been watching hours pass inside cars with no glass, constructing shallow dreams of shoplifting at the Whole Foods .” It’s the perfect melange of late-capitalist millennial ennui and swirly-eyed optimism, its edges soft and its guitar hard. Anak Ko— which translates to “my child” in Filipino, her mother’s native tongue— is Duterte’s third album, a hazy, rollicking joy ride that’s best listened to in transit, preferably with the windows down.
Swimsuit by ARENA. Just because summer’s almost over doesn’t mean it’s time to pack away the swimwear.
On Second Thought offers iconic subjects the rare chance to revisit an interview from our archives, and reckon with the good and the bad of it. In this edition, we sit down with Annie Lennox to discuss fame, fashion, and astrology. On the occasion of “Now I Let You Go…,” her site-specific installation of personal artifacts and found objects at MASS MoCA , the synth-pop icon revisits—and revises—her cover interview with Mark Matousek from 1986.