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  1. q&a
    Olive Kitteridge, Maine’s Saltiest Character, Is BackTalking to Elizabeth Strout about her new sequel, Olive, Again.
  2. q&a
    The Book That Radicalized Feminists Across the Country Is BackTalking to Alix Kates Shulman about her ‘70s feminist classic, Memoirs of an Ex-Prom Queen.
  3. q&a
    The Artist Blending Pop Art and Indian Soap OperasMaria Qamar illustrates the experiences of South Asian millennial women in her new show “Fraaaandship!”
  4. What Keeps This 14-Year Elite Marathon Runner Pushing ForwardSara Hall on finding a new kind of strength in a new era.
  5. taylor swift
    Taylor Swift Will Not Be Answering Sexist Questions About Turning 30The pop star shut down a recent interviewer who asked if she’d be settling down soon.
  6. A Celebrity Stylist Shares Her Process, On and Off the Red CarpetFrom her favorite Met Gala moments to the power of diamonds.
  7. Everything You Need to Know About Probiotics and SkinProbiotic skincare is everywhere, but how does it work and should you actually stop washing your face?
  8. interview
    Is Stassi Schroeder Still Team Daenerys? An Interview.“All I could think about when I saw her go mental was like, Oh no. This is like me.”
  9. interview
    A 17-Year-Old Who Started Her Own NonprofitL’Oréal Paris Women of Worth Honoree Shreya Mantha supports at-risk girls around the world.
  10. skin deep
    This Celebrity Facialist Says No One Is Born With Good SkinTalking to Julianne Moore’s favorite facialist, Joanna Vargas.
  11. the skin we're in
    25 Famous People on Taking Care of Their SkinSkin-care tips from Kristen Stewart, Cate Blanchett, and Justin Bieber.
  12. interview
    Marisa Tomei Knows What She’s WorthA frank conversation on money, beauty, and sticking with work you love.
  13. scent memories
    Carolina Herrera de Baez Loves the Smell of Wet Earth After a StormTalking to Carolina Herrera’s daughter about the smell of babies and the new Good Girl perfume.
  14. interview
    The Hillary Book That’s ‘Going to Piss Off’ Both SidesNew York Times reporter Amy Chozick on her new memoir, Chasing Hillary, and the decade she spent reporting on Clinton.
  15. interview
    ‘Argument Can Actually Be Joyful’: Women, Critics, and What It Means to Be SharpA new book looks back on the careers of Joan Didion, Susan Sontag, Nora Ephron, and more.
  16. inspiring
    Drew Barrymore Would Also Like to Fat in PeaceShe says she’s not pregnant she’s “just fat right now.”
  17. interview
    Meet the Artist Behind Sikh Ladies in Sick FashionIllustrator Jasjyot Singh Hans draws Sikh women wearing designer clothing.
  18. huh
    What Is Happening in This CNN Segment?A panelist asked “Why am I being subjected to this?!”
  19. let's makeup
    A Legendary Makeup Artist on the Psychology of BeautyTalking to Tom Pecheux, YSL Beauty’s new creative director.
  20. q&a
    Ayesha Curry’s Most Important Hair-Care Purchase Costs $7She uses it with a toothbrush.
  21. interview
    Natalie Portman on How the Time’s Up Initiative Will WorkThe actress on how the effort may affect multiple industries and, on a much smaller scale, the Golden Globes on Sunday.
  22. tastemakers
    A Victoria’s Secret Model on Her Biggest Beauty MistakeTalking with Wander Beauty’s co-founder.
  23. interview
    How a Trans Teen Got Her QuinceañeraTalking to Zoey Luna of the new HBO documentary series 15: A Quinceañera Story.
  24. tastemakers
    The Fashion Director Who Loves Whimsical ThingsModa Operandi’s Caitlin Burke on deli flowers and Australian licorice.
  25. meet and greet
    The Singer-Songwriter Who Thinks It’s Time Musicians Fight for Human RightsShe spilled the tea on industry sexual harassment and Trump.
  26. interview
    A French Fashion Editor on the Difference Between Paris, New York, and L.A.The Purple co-founder looks back on his magazine’s 25 years.
  27. no man's land
    How a Fashion Blogger Made It to BroadwayFor Tavi Gevinson, it’s all about writing.
  28. pirelli calendar 2018
    Naomi Campbell on Her All-Black Calendar“If I don’t use my voice to give hope, what am I going to do with it?”
  29. interview
    Tiffany Trump Says Law School Is Getting in the Way of Her Fashion Week Schedule“I can’t go to many shows,” she said at Philipp Plein.
  30. interview
    Does Anyone Know You Better Than Your Childhood Best Friend?Talking with author Christopher Bollen about his new novel The Destroyers, a resonant tale of friendship in the guise of a slick mystery thriller.
  31. interview
    Just Try and Silence Symone SandersThe 27-year-old pundit refuses to be stepped on.
  32. how i get it done
    How the Founder of Millennial Wedding-Registry Start-up Zola Gets It All DoneOn journaling twice a day, the stress of growing your business, and how she can count bachelorette parties as “market research.”
  33. tastemakers
    The Beauty Entrepreneur Who Swears She Can Tell Your Personality by Your LipsPoppy King on Miss Piggy, handbags, and her lipstick empire.
  34. interview
    Life Advice From 88-Year-Old Instagram Star BaddiewinkleThe great-grandma talks Drake, aging, and her new book.
  35. interview
    Photographer Elsa Dorfman Charms in New Documentary The B-SideThe 80-year-old Polaroid photographer is the subject of a new Errol Morris documentary.
  36. tastemakers
    The L.A. Design Maven Creating Community Through SpacesPamela Shamshiri on making art you can live inside.
  37. Who Gets to Speak and Why: A Conversation With Chris KrausThe author of I Love Dick on art, politics, and her career.
  38. interview
    Mommy Dead and Dearest: Murder, Munchausen, and Gypsy Rose BlanchardTalking to Erin Lee Carr, director of a new HBO documentary.
  39. interview
    Large Animals: A Maggie Nelson–Approved Book for Wild CreaturesTalking to author Jess Arndt about her new story collection.
  40. What It Was Like to Live Among James Baldwin and Maya Angelou in 1970s New YorkJessica B. Harris, an award-winning food historian, shares what it was like to live among James Baldwin, Nina Simone, and Maya Angelou.
  41. What It’s Like to Be an Art Curator for Creative TimeOn speaking directly with the communities you work in, reading the work of your colleagues, and hoping dire times will inspire great art.
  42. interview
    How Do You Reclaim the Mother From Psycho?The star and creator of Bates Motel on a character who is “Medea meets Lucille Ball.”
  43. tribeca film festival
    Zac Posen on His New Documentary and Fashion’s Dark Side“They love to shoot you up like a clay pigeon.”
  44. interview
    Maggie Nelson Writes Books Like She’s Hosting a PartyTalking to the MacArthur genius about her work and her fans.
  45. how i get it done
    What It’s Like to Be a Professional Travel WriterOn never leaving home without a pair of slippers, the hell that is tax season, and how she tries to blend in wherever she goes.
  46. interview
    Pregnancy Is the Perfect Time to Make a Horror MovieAnd other lessons from Alice Lowe — writer, director, and star of Prevenge.
  47. Always Carry a Tampon and Other Lessons You Learn As a Woman in the White HouseAlyssa Mastromonaco’s new memoir of working in the White House is a guide book to breaking into politics.
  48. q&a
    This Author Wrote a Best-selling Novel Inspired by Black Lives Matter“I want young black girls to read this and understand: Your voice matters, your life matters.”
  49. q&a
    Morgan Parker on Why Beyoncé Is a Metaphor for Every Black WomanIn her new book, the poet uses Beyoncé as a device to explore the lives of black women.
  50. How to Survive Trump After Surviving a PlagueAward-winning director David France on today’s activist movements.
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