Lil’ Kim, Madonna, Björk, Leonardo and all the rest of ‘Interview’ magazine’s most iconic covers

With 'Interview' closing, we look back at the covers that made us swoon.

Why do Louboutins have those red soles?

It's actually kind of a funny story.

The 5 best US cities for millennials buying their first home

These American cities are the kindest to young first-time home buyers.
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No Love for RiRi: The 1 word that has Rihanna’s fragrance at the center of a new lawsuit

Rihanna is being sued by global beauty brand Kiss Nails alleging trademark infringement.
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DeepArt Turns Your Selfies Into Works of Art Worthy of a Museum

Turns out, all you need is neuroscience to produce a piece of art befitting a museum.

These Are the 9 Unsung Heroes Behind Your Favorite Songs of 2015

There's no shame in collaboration.
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Charli XCX Slams Sexist DJ Who Accused Her of Masturbating on Air

Her anger spilled out after a radio host said something supremely idiotic.

Never-Before-Seen Andy Warhol Works Have Been Found on a Floppy Disk

What the iconic modern artist's work looks like in the digital age.

Outdoor Advertisements Across the U.S. Will Soon Be Replaced With Fine Art

This refreshing campaign is going global.

Kim Isn't Just Kanye's Girlfriend, She's His Muse

Kanye West and Kim Kardashian are no different than Andy Warhol and Edie Sedgwick. It's an artist-muse relationship, and it deserves our respect.

Lorde: Meet the 16-Year-Old Pop Prodigy Who's Sick of Rappers Talking About Money

If you haven't heard of Lorde, or her singles "Royals" and "Tennis Court," you're about to meet your new idol.

Yoko Ono: 80, a New Book, and Unearned Relevance

Does Yoko Ono's persistence depict a kind of independent, artistic feminism or the throes of someone begging for relevance outside of a marriage?

5 Iconic Pieces Of Pop Art Saddled With Legal Woes

How has policy changed the way pop artists work and live?

Robin Thicke Blurred Lines Video Blurs the Lines Between Nudity and Sexism

Robin Thicke's new video for "Blurred Lines" features three very beautiful, very naked models, and three men suited up. Somehow this incongruous pairing has become the disturbing new norm.

Andy Warhol Metropolitan Museum Show Review and Photos: Michael Jackson is Not the King of Pop

“Regarding Warhol: Sixty Artists, Fifty Years” is currently on view at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City with seminal works from Warhol, Jeff Koons, and Ed Ruscha among others.

Andy Warhol Meets Barack Obama: Q&A with Young Artist Dedicated to the Art of Politics

Political art is alive and well, particularly in this presidential election season. I interview 25-year-old artist Eric Giddings about his Obama portraits and the role of art in politics today.