The artist, musician, filmmaker, and all-around New York legend has been working out of the same Canal Street studio since 1975. In a new profile, she reflects on more than 40 years of New York and how to make art under a Trump presidency.
Ninety-nine-year-old memoirist and editor who has worked with the likes of Simone De Beauvoir and Margaret Atwood. With nearly a century of experience, Athill offers romantic advice and political musings in a new interview with Lenny.
She may have a ways to go to an EGOT (though we don't doubt that's within her capabilities) but the expectant mother is now a Peabody winner for Lemonade.
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The quintessential New York nightlife icon is finally baring it all in a new tell-all memoir, Doll Parts. She still throws parties like it's the '90s, too.
As his pundit career was taking off, Bill O'Reilly published his first, and so far only, novel: Those Who Trespass, about a vengeful journalist. In the aftermath of O'Reilly being ousted from Fox News in the midst of mounting sexual harassment allegations, Jia Tolentino gives the novel a close read.
Rodarte has always put a premium on craftsmanship, and now the Mulleavy siblings will get their most comprehensive retrospective yet with a new exhibition at Washington, D.C.'s National Museum of Women in the Arts — the museum's first-ever fashion exhibition, designed to kick off a slate of fashion programming in the notoriously sartorially conservative city.