“When black people wear clothes, they often are sending a message. They’re telling a story,” writer Ishmael Reed says in conversation with designer Grace Wales Bonner ahead of her exhibit opening @serpentineuk. Link in bio.
Whether it be an angrily-pointed claw, a sloping come-hither acrylic, or a set of French tips nervously twisting around a telephone cord, the nails shown in the six seasons of “The Sopranos” were their own expressive mood. We spoke with the manicurist responsible for Carmela Soprano’s iconic pink and white acrylic nails 💅🏼 Now on @interviewmag.
“I’ve always felt different,” Young Thug tells Virgil Abloh in our winter issue cover story. “I used to think that I saw things other people didn’t see, that I could put things together in a way that the average person didn’t.” Photographed by Petra Collins 💥
“I see young skater girls, and they remind me of mini-Margarets.” Photographers Ed and Deanna Templeton reflect on the undeniable, and under-recognized, legacy of the late artist Margaret Kilgallen. Photo: Margaret skating in 1998, by Deanna Templeton. Link in bio.
“I had no interest in doing the dapper don kind of deal in ‘The Sopranos.’ Human frailty and confusion are what interest me. People who just bludgeon everything as they go along, that’s easy to do,” James Gandolfini told Lorraine Bracco in the March 1999 issue of Interview, where the pair discussed 'The Sopranos' and the Mafia mythos. Link in bio.