The legendary house of Verdura re-creates Hollywood’s golden age with a line of jewelry that tips its hat to the beauties of yore.
New York crime photographer Weegee looked forward to coming west to ply his trade in Hollywood—until he got here.
Opinionated in a way only a dyed-in-the-wool Bronx native can be.
From chefs to stars, people are dishing this month. See what’s being served.
Amber Heard is in the driver’s seat onscreen and off, defying expectations at every turn.
La Liz’s sparkling legacy is showcased in a spectacular auction.
A true movie-monster mash. Play the clips, then vote for number one.
You may not always agree with him, but you have to love a guy who expresses himself.
Four female faces of film most likely to succeed: Jessica Chastain, Deborah Ann Woll, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Imogen Poots.
Play the opening sequences of classic prime-time TV series, then vote on the absolute best.
She’s got Glee and so much more—a conversation with TV’s queen of mean.
The star of Rescue Me on his series’ contributions and conclusion and the role of Gaelic in his life.
For Olivia Wilde, Hollywood glam is a productive means to a philanthropic end.
Fashion designer Haider Ackermann is going places with clothes that move.
The bad boy of Justified on character actors, Kentucky moonshine and almost riding in Harrison Ford’s copter.
The name Skylar Grey may not ring a bell just yet, but she’s backed up the biggies and is now ready to shine.
Finding beauty in the most unlikely of California’s corners, Dave Alvin proves he’s far more than a blast-from-the-past roots rocker.
The producer behind some of music’s biggest names tells how he came to be the force behind the fame.
Drug dealer or cop, salesman or Nordic god, American or Frenchman, this Brit plays both sides of the line.
Our May issue hones in on the arts of architecture and design—two always seen but not always appreciated applications of practical magic.
The actress defies Hollywood expectations as a young ingenue through seasoned poise and an almost uncanny range.
The Oscar-winning actor shares his thoughts on being the Borgia Pope, meeting von Bülow and almost kissing Jacko.
Move over, Ryan and Jake—make way for Hollywood’s leading men to-be. The It factor is pulsating in these guys.
A Hollywood icon talks, fashion’s passion, the Lincoln Lawyer’s winding road...and the silver screen’s leading men to-be.
With a scope that extends from dark fantasy to tender rom-com, a ravishing ingenue blossoms before our eyes into a leading lady.
We take a crack at dressing six of the Oscar nominees in the winning but risk-taking designer looks we wish they would wear.
Turning out works that meditate on desire and celebrity allows this artist to embrace his twisted, tortured side.
We name the silver-screen sirens who drop our jaws—see their iconic scenes, then vote for number one...or say who we shoulda picked.
The dignity of teachers in harsh environments gave this Oscar–winning documentarian his liveliehood—and his purpose.
Oscar season focuses the lens of the world right here—and judging by the images, we are not only beautiful, we’re fashionable.
Everyone talks about house music...but what is it, exactly? We go to the experts.
Yeah, we’re talkin’ to Robert De Niro, the unofficial mayor of Gotham.
The bewitching Brit Florence + the Machine casts her spell stateside; plus, L.A. experts make their song picks.
One of network TV’s top talents practices her own brand of humor with a heart.
Much is made of the differences between L.A. and New York—perhaps more should be spoken of their similarities.
Already front and center herself on the big screen, the actress shares her true passion: the transformative power of the arts on young people.
With an Emmy, Oscar and Tony behind him, the oh so proper actor stands poised for a second Academy Award, if the buzz surrounding The King’s Speech is on target. He lets us into his world.
A farm-to-table reception strikes the perfect notes of abundance, beauty and life, even when the nuptials are in a gay bar turned antiques bazaar.
On HBO’s Boardwalk Empire, Michael Pitt is the consummate damaged soul, but his own wide-eyed ambition that fuels the persona.
Though he entered an industry in which name recognition is paramount, this pentasyllabic-surnamed funnyman went with pride of heritage over the lure of fast-track celebrity.
In a revealing Q&A, Tamara Drewe’s British stunner Gemma Arterton shares that she’s ready to take center stage—and isn't afraid to do it decidedly dowdy.
The star of Dexter opens wide on his cancer battle, his Lebowski love and his character’s decidedly feline prowess.
October brings our annual health, beauty and wellness issue, with tales of medical advances, healthy regimens and inspiring recoveries.
The Top Chef master sits down with the Pulitzer-winning food writer to savor what’s next on his menu.
With 10 films on tap, Milla Jovovich sits down for a Q&A on the perils of 3-D and shedding that “model turned actress” label.
USC football fans are shocked—shocked!—by their school's severe NCAA sanctions...Turns out they shouldn't be.
Jesca Hoop couldn't get a foothold in the States, so she made music in England. With a new CD, she's back for another go.
These real-life physicians know the diagnosis...and are always ready for their close-up.
Vintage postcards from Hollywood’s golden age—wish you were here.
Our September issue is an experience that spans the five senses—hope you relish each and every story.