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Who Is the Real Rebecca Minkoff?

Accused of hypocrisy and workplace hostility, the fashion designer—and devout Scientologist—has gone from #Girlboss to horrible boss to Real Housewife

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Bankrolling the Bad Guys Business tycoons are flocking to Trump’s cause. Are they so different are they from the German industrialists who supported Hitler?


Coup de Disgrace Why did Emmanuel Macron court chaos just weeks before France claims Olympic glory?

Latest Issue • June 22, 2024
Issue No. 258
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Air Supply

The Longest Days Luxuriate in every ray of light. As we round the summer solstice, it’s time to take advantage of the sun’s extended hours. AIR SUPPLY has a few thoughtful suggestions to make your longest days count

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The Bikeriders Diaries Director Jeff Nichols reveals how his new film, based on Danny Lyon’s seminal 1968 photo series of the Chicago Outlaws Motorcycle Club, came to be

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The Lady Gangster of New York Vivian Gordon made a name for herself as the sexual extortionist of Jazz Age New York. Then she disappeared

Publicity for the Devil In All the Worst Humans, a political-P.R. operative details working for Muammar Qaddafi and Bashar al-Assad


Back to His Roots Hip-Hop is History, the latest book from music legend Questlove, is a personal reflection on the first half-century of hip-hop

The Most Expensive Artist You’ve Never Heard Of Sanyu befriended Picasso and Giacometti yet died destitute. Today, he’s known as the “Chinese Matisse”

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Guest Edit

Veronica Ditting’s Favorite Things Known for her work as the founding creative director of the London-based magazine The Gentlewoman, Veronica Ditting shares a few picks that please her, including Hermès mascara, Simone Prouvé tapestries, and Kewpie mayonnaise

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It’s the Border, Stupid Far-right parties across Europe rode anxiety over mass migration to big victories. America should take heed

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