Feeling insecure? Wondering whether your boss respects you, or if you’ll have time to pick up your dry cleaning tonight? Nothing will make all your minor concerns disappear like reading this devastating report on how soon the world as we know it will likely be over!
New York Magazine film critic David Edelstein published a review of Wonder Woman last week that, unsurprisingly, dedicated a lot of words to star Gal Godot’s body.
The only good thing about the mostly overrated Wonder Woman is the slight erection it gave me—slight, I’ll emphasize, not full; my dick has been known to get harder and more impressive, but I’m in a forgiving mood.
Like a lot of people, I have complicated feelings surrounding marriage. Like everybody, I really like free stuff. Where better to explore and indulge all of these emotions than at New York Magazine’s annual New York Weddings Event?
Presidential counselor Kellyanne Conway openly despises the media and thwarts its efforts to report accurately in the public’s interests whenever possible. That has been her job, or at least a significant part of it, since she joined the Trump campaign in August. Conway is dogmatic in her hatred of the media, yet ever…
Vogue Arabia is launching a print edition under its first editor-in-chief, Princess Deena Aljuhani Abdulaziz. (Yes, a princess.) And she’s faced with the challenge of running a magazine that has to present high fashion in a moderately conservative light, with a few restrictions.
Moonlight’s Naomie Harris looks sublime in hot pink (a Céline dress) on the cover of New York’s spring fashion issue, where she talks about “regressive” anti-immigration sentiments and about this year’s black Academy Award nominees being mistakenly viewed as a response to the embarrassing all-white Oscars of 2016.
Roger Ailes is, allegedly, a depraved and truly loathsome piece of shit, whose time on this earth has seemingly been filled sexual threats or outright abuse of women unlucky enough to cross his path. Sometimes, lately, it seems as though it’s his driving force as a human being. Gabriel Sherman of New York magazine has…
For New York’s Fall Fashion issue, the apparently very patient Amy Larocca has profiled Vanessa Beecroft, longtime performance artist and, more recently, frequent collaborator of Kanye West, who you may remember from the way she organized the fashion show for Yeezy Season 2 by models’ skin color, “like human Pantone…
Winona Ryder recently sat down with New York’s Heather Havrilesky for the magazine’s August 8, 2016 cover feature. Reflecting on her career’s trajectory and her recent starring role in Stranger Things, the actress also commented on the ways the media has pathologized her.
The latest issue of New York Magazine includes an exhaustive list of foods—essentially, every kind of food—whose production inflicts a disturbing barrage of ethical, environmental and health disasters. Growing alfalfa, for example, gives farmers an increased risk of cancer; the meat and dairy industries are a rancid…
In July of last year, 35 of the women accusing Bill Cosby of rape were photographed and interviewed by New York magazine, a powerful testament to what an allegedly heinous and villainous rapist the once-beloved entertainer is. On Tuesday, a judge swiftly turned down a demand from Cosby’s lawyers for the magazine to…
New York magazine published a profile on R. Kelly this week that poses the old question: “Is It Okay to Listen to R. Kelly?” In the story, the R&B legend who was acquitted of child pornography charges addresses his alleged “sexual attraction to underage girls.” Obviously, he says, he’s “moved on.”
Serena Williams is on the cover of New York Magazine’s fall fashion issue, looking seriously regal and powerful as usual.
The photographer who shot New York Magazine’s epic cover featuring 35 of Bill Cosby’s rape accusers describes the photo shoots as an emotional bonding session, during which many of the women met for the first time.
"Oh fucking shit," Julianne says to me. We've been at this New York magazine-sponsored wedding expo for half an hour, and somehow it's taken us this long to notice the massive open bar in the middle of the room. What could have possibly distracted us from the promise of endless free alcohol?
This week's issue of New York Magazine includes an interview with former teen heartthrob Andrew Keegan, who recently co-founded a "community spiritual center" called Full Circle. I've never been more jealous of a writer in my life.
The cover story of this week's New York magazine is a delightfully lengthy interview with Chris Rock by Frank Rich and in it, Rock expounds race relations in America, whether his kids think he's funny and his love of Nancy Meyers.
Justin Bieber has not granted a solo interview in almost two years, and won't release new music until next year. Yet his life — his behavior, his arrest, his lawsuits — continues to make headlines. What the hell is going on in Camp Bieber?