Fashion designer Joseph Altuzarra sublimates his sexual desires
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Fashion designer Joseph Altuzarra sublimates his sexual desires

The New York-based designer opens up in anticipation of his debut on the Paris womenswear calendar

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Lawrence Ferlinghetti on the old San Francisco, his new novel, and his first 100 years
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Lawrence Ferlinghetti on the old San Francisco, his new novel, and his first 100 years

The literary legend discusses the legacy of City Lights, anarchism, and the San Francisco that was with editor Ira Silverberg.

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Curator Alissa Bennett details the dark side to Lena Dunham
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Curator Alissa Bennett details the dark side to Lena Dunham

The actress in conversation with Alissa Bennett, the creator of the biannual morbid zine "Dead is Better."

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Novelists Édouard Louis and Zadie Smith on writing in a distracting political present
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Novelists Édouard Louis and Zadie Smith on writing in a distracting political present

The novelists, famous for addressing the trauma of the present and the past in their work, seek to harness the energy of uncompromised political beliefs.

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Noname speaks with Lakeith Stanfield about staying independent
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Noname speaks with Lakeith Stanfield about staying independent

Noname's new track, ‘Song 32,’ is just for her fans. In Document's Spring/Summer 2019 issue, she and Lakeith Stanfield talk dodging and chasing the spotlight.

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Designer Kris Van Assche and musician Yoann Lemoine reflect on the last decade in fashion and look to the future
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Designer Kris Van Assche and musician Yoann Lemoine reflect on the last decade in fashion and look to the future

The former artistic director of Dior Homme speaks with the Grammy-nominated musician Woodkid on creativity in the age of Instagram and what it means to...

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Jewelry designer Judy Blame and Kim Jones on treasure hunting, hoarding, and getting organized.
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Jewelry designer Judy Blame and Kim Jones on treasure hunting, hoarding, and getting organized.

Judy Blame compares notes with Kim Jones on their extensive collections, and reminisces about their days clubbing

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