Solange, a multi-faceted artistic force to be reckoned with, has been mostly in the shadows for the last year. Aside from performing at Coachella with her lesser known sister and promoting her upcoming line with IKEA (because the range of her talent knows no bounds), she’s been idly lurking on social media, providing…
In a new interview, Helena Bonham Carter gets frank abut her experiences working with Harvey Weinstein in the decades before the sexual assault allegations against him came to light.
The New York Times recently chatted with Eileen Fisher, founder of the eponymous clothing company famous for strangely glamorous relaxed linen smocks. And frankly, I’m inspired by her seeming lack of attention to the lightening-fast trend cycles of her own industry.
Supermodel Janice Dickinson has written an op-ed about Bill Cosby’s sentencing, her rape and resulting PTSD, why she takes pride in coming out as a survivor.
There’s a new Jenny Slate profile, and it’s very horny—or at least it mentions the words “horny” and “horniness” a lot. (Seventeen times, to be exact.) Does that make it horny? Is talking about a thing the same thing as being the thing itself? I’m reminded of the classic Christina Aguilera film Burlesque, which…
At an event on Monday, Chelsea Manning said that living in the United States is like living in a “big prison.”
A new New York Times profile of Robyn, ahead of next month’s release of her first album in eight years, Honey, spends much of its time exploring the emotional depths of the Swedish pop singer’s music. One already well-documented anecdote that’s included bears another look, though, as it encapsulates the many layers…
Everyone has a favorite, or should have a favorite, Maya Rudolph moment. Is it her pooping on the street in Bridesmaids? Her Donatella Versace impression? Her recent, insanely funny appearance as a philosophical burrito-eating Judge on The Good Place?
Kristen Stewart is deeply over Hollywood’s reticent depictions of female sexuality and taking matters into her own hands, so to speak.
Since you asked!
In a new profile, Sandra Oh talked about her Emmy-nominated role in Killing Eve, her decades-long journey to leading actress status, and how she tried and sometimes failed to control her image in an industry that didn’t always want to see her.
Vanessa Hudgens—star of Disney’s beloved High School Musical, Harmony Korine’s Spring Breakers and now Dog Days, which seems to be a rom-com for dog lovers—is perhaps not a young celebrity you’d immediately think would give a noteworthy interview—she’s been media trained since childhood, after all—but she delivers in …
Speaking to New York Magazine contributing editor David Marchese, actor Kathleen Turner revealed what’s been motivating her all these years:
Tiffany Haddish is on the cover of the September issue of Glamour, which means we’ve got a new Tiffany Haddish profile on our hands, which means we’ve got more answers to the question of who bit Beyoncé in case anyone still cares to solve that mystery, which seems pretty much solved already at this point but…
In a recent interview, Mira Sorvino described an encounter she had with a casting director in the beginning of her career that involved him gagging her with a condom.
Priyanka Chopra, the 35-year-old actress who’s best known for her work in Quantico, as well as her friendship with Meghan Markle and for winning Miss World in 2000, is on the cover for Allure’s first digital cover—a fun experiment by which the brand intends to make clear what its refreshed, outward-facing image is.
Bill Clinton! Saying words!
Why can I read.
You know what Evangeline Lilly’s had? It! You know which direction she’s had it? Up! You know where she’s had it up to? Here!