September 2020
Culture Articles

According to Zachary Quinto, The Boys in the Band Is More Timely Than You Might Think

Zendaya Might Play Doo Wop Legend Ronnie Spector in a Biopic

The Best Tweets of Despair About the First Trump-Biden Debate

Inside the Coco Chanel Retrospective at Palais Galliera in Paris

Marine Serre Admits Everything Is Terrifying Right Now

Gugu Mbatha-Raw’s Latest Role Challenged Her Perspective on Pageants

The Crown Manages to Transform Gillian Anderson Into Margaret Thatcher

The Craft: Legacy Trailer: They’re Still the Weirdos, Mister

The Originals: Michel Gaubert, Fashion’s Go-To Music Director

Gigi Hadid’s Baby Has The Hottest Fall Accessory: A Taylor Swift-Made Blanket

Meet the Southeast Asian Designers Redefining Traditional Fashion

Joaquin Phoenix and Rooney Mara Had a Baby Named River

W TV Club: The Real-Life, Fascinating Horrors of 90-Day Fiancé

Diane Keaton’s Instagram Set Off a Weird Mystery About a Stolen Ring

Princess Eugenie Is the Latest Celebrity To Announce She’s Expecting a Baby in Quarantine

E’myri Crutchfield Is as Intellectually Curious as Her Fargo Character

Giorgio Armani’s Soft, Easy Suiting Finds a New Audience

Jasmine Tookes Was Proposed To Via Drone

Read and Resist: Justice for Breonna Taylor

Allie Avital on Directing Videos for Moses Sumney and the Power of Empathy in Art

Cindy Sherman’s Enigmatic Self-Portraits Take Over the Louis Vuitton Foundation

Sophia Loren is Returning to Film for the First Time in 11 Years

Tom Cruise Will Actually Blast Off to Space Next Year

Paloma Elsesser is “Not a Podcast Lord,” is Obsessed with The Vow

Supernova Trailer: Colin Firth and Stanley Tucci Fall in Love, Break Your Heart

Mariah Carey Would Never Cancel a Holiday, Not Even Thanksgiving

How to Vote in 2020: From Registering to Getting a Mail-In Ballot

Natalia Vodianova and Antoine Arnault’s Wedding Was Surprisingly Laissez-Faire

For Lily Collins, Emily in Paris is About Self-Love

Zendaya Will Follow Up Her Historic Emmys Win with a Special Euphoria Bonus Episode

Wendy Williams Is the Captain of Her Own Ship

The Emmy Hazmat Suit Interns Are Fun, But Often Cruel

Yvonne Orji Kept It Lowkey Political at the Virtual Emmys

Kaitlyn Dever Quarantined With Ben Platt

Jeff Goldblum Is Heeding the Warnings Depicted on Babylon Berlin

Thandie Newton: “Maeve’s Nudity Was the Greatest Form of Protest”

Rachel Brosnahan Reveals Her True Self: A Survivor Superfan

Find Someone Who Looks at You the Way Kathryn Hahn Looks at Broadchurch

Melissa Barrera Is Not Prepared to Meet Courteney Cox on the Scream 5 Set

John Mulaney Has a Fear of Wearing Shorts on Television

Shira Haas’s First Awards Show Experience Will Be Virtual

Millie Bobby Brown Got Her Driver’s License in Quarantine

Even the Monkey in Ratched Got a Custom Wardrobe

A Letter From the Editor: Volume 3, The Music Issue

Lady Gaga’s 911 Video Inspiration, Explained

PEN15 Creators Maya Erskine and Anna Konkle on the Joys of Reality TV and the Impact of The Sopranos

Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston Had a Spicy Zoom Reunion

Hunter Schafer Bought Megan Thee Stallion’s Anime Merch

Paul Mescal Would Rather Discuss Normal People’s Deeper Themes

Little Fires Everywhere‘s Lexi Underwood Looks to Hollywood For a Dose of Optimism

Jeremy Pope Wants His Work to Spark Tough Conversations

Rico Nasty Cements Herself as a Maximalist Fashion Icon in the “Own It” Video

Succession’s Jeremy Strong Appreciates an “Appetite for Risk”

Julia Garner Always Roots for Shiv on Succession

Jodie Comer Is Also Mystified by Killing Eve’s Cliffhanger

Yahya Abdul-Mateen II Saw Little Fires Everywhere as an Acting Master Class

Dan Levy Just Wants to Escape

Ramy Youssef Will Never Be the Anonymous Underdog Again

W TV Portfolio 2020: Who’s Watching Who?

Allow Paapa Essiedu’s Call Me By Your Name Homage to Give You Chills

Netflix’s Emily in Paris Trailer Has Guilty Pleasure Binge Written All Over It

Teyana Taylor Recreated Spike Lee’s Forgotten Phone Sex Film Girl 6

Madonna Is Actually Just Going to Direct Her Biopic Herself

Designer Nicholas Daley Looks to Karate, Reggae, and the Scottish Highlands for Inspiration

Watch Cate Blanchett Tell You She Loves You Over and Over Again

What the Hell Are the Kardashians Going to Do Now?

How The Class Became an Essential Pandemic Workout

Jo Malone Edited John Boyega Out of His Own Ad Campaign in China

Emily Ratajkowski Recounts Stories of Abuses of Power in a New Essay

Rami Malik’s Bond Villain Is “Unsettling,” But Is He Really That Mysterious?

Gladys Knight and Patti LaBelle Hosted the Verzuz Battle to End All Verzuz Battles

Taylor Swift Deepens Her Ties to Cottagecore With a Gift for Katy Perry’s Baby

Gen Z Is Obsessed with Kath & Kim, and You Should Be Too

Madonna Wrote Her Own Surreal Biopic on Instagram Live

The Pro-Woody Allen Movement Loses a Key Member of Its Ranks

New Yorkers Share Their Love for the City and Hopes for the Future

Ten Cities Explores the Relationship Between Nightlife and Creativity

Micaiah Carter on Shooting Selena Gomez, the See in Black Initiative, and Working in Quarantine

RIP Diana Rigg: The Shakespeare Actress Who Became a Pioneering Action Heroine

Please Don’t Slide Into Paige Hurd’s DMs With the Eyes Emoji

Chloë Sevigny on Motherhood, Hiding Her Pregnancy on Set, and That Nostalgic Target Photo

Niecy Nash Wasn’t “Coming Out” to Marry Jessica Betts

In the First Dune Trailer, Timothée Chalamet and Zendaya Go Full Epic Sci-Fi

At Berghain in Berlin, Art Now Occupies the Dance Floor

The Best Fashion From the Venice Film Festival

Kamala Harris’s Converse and the Political Evolution of the Sneaker

Cate Blanchett Has Been Quietly Recycling Looks at the Venice Film Festival

Rebecca Trailer: Armie Hammer & Lily James Give a Sexier Take on Hitchcock

Venice Film Festival 2020: Tilda Swinton and All the Other Fashion Highlights

Meet Geraldine Viswanathan, a Leading Lady With Perfect Comic Timing

W TV Club: Damages Is Workplace Drama at Its Most Extreme

Troye Sivan on Making Music in Quarantine and the “Hyper-Fabulous” Power of Cartier

My Life in Parties: Bob Colacello’s Off-Kilter Views of New York Society

Robert Pattinson Has Reportedly Contracted COVID-19, Halting The Batman Again

Tilda Swinton Has Reinvented the Face Mask

Oh Right, There’s a New Bond Film Out This Fall

Billie Eilish and Reese Witherspoon Are Graphic Designers Now

Cassandra Press Redefines the Way Black Critical Theory Is Taught

The Boys In the Band Trailer Serves Up a Birthday Party From Hell

John Boyega Speaks Out About His Character’s Treatment in ‘Star Wars’

“Towards Utopia”: Affordable Art to Benefit Black Trans Lives

Brad Pitt Would Like to Offer You His $390 Rosé Champagne

After Months of Online Viewing Rooms, Outdoor Art Exhibitions Fill the Void

Cardi B’s Milestone Balenciaga Campaign Is Hanging on the Louvre

Monica Had Her Fendi Prints On at the Brandy vs. Monica Verzuz Battle