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Adam Rathe

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Adam Rathe is DuJour‘s Features Director. You can find him on Twitter at @adam_rathe and on Instagram at @adamrathe.

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  • Miles Redd’s Most Fabulous Rooms

    Miles Redd’s Most Fabulous Rooms

    Inside some of the fun interiors from the influential New York City designer

    When Miles Redd first moved to New York City to be a student at the Parsons School of Design, his accommodations left much to be desired. In fact, Redd says that when his mother saw his housing—a room in a YMCA on Manhattan's far West Side—she burst into tears.   More

  • Yoko Ono On Her New Album, Art, And Sean Lennon

    Yoko Ono On Her New Album, Art, And Sean Lennon

    'Step to the future, if you like,' Ono tells DuJour

    Just last week, Yoko Ono, the award-winning artist, accomplished musician, and cultural icon released YOKOKIMTHURSTON, a full-length album in collaboration with Kim Gordon and Thurston Moore of the legendary rock band Sonic Youth. The record, with its captivating 14-minute first single “Early in the Morning,” features the ... More

  • This Week’s Cultural Cliffsnotes

    This Week’s Cultural Cliffsnotes

    Your cheat sheet to the next seven days in the arts—highbrow and low

    Each week, there's an avalanche of new albums, films, books, theater, and art to take in—from monumental new voices in culture to guilty pleasures worth indulging in. We're here to help narrow down what deserves your attention. This week's picks are below.  The Exhibit: Brooklyn-based painter Mickalene Thomas’ first solo ... More

  • Sufjan Stevens Joins the Ballet!

    Sufjan Stevens Joins the Ballet!

    Choreographer Justin Peck talks about collaborating with the rocker for New York City Ballet's "Year Of The Rabbit"

    Coming up soon is one ballet that might attract more than the usual dance crowd. Indeed, when the New York City Ballet premieres Year Of The Rabbit on Oct. 5 at Lincoln Center, the regular balletomanes will most likely be mixed with a different ... More

  • Elisabeth Röhm’s New Role: Restauranteur

    Elisabeth Röhm’s New Role: Restauranteur

    The actress talks about her vegetarian cafe in Santa Monica

    Actress Elisabeth Röhm has been in the public eye for years, thanks to numerous roles in movies and on TV shows (for four years, she starred as assistant district attorney Serena Southerlyn on Law & Order). She currently appears on Lifetime’s The Client List. These days, however, the German-born, New York-raised actress ... More

  • The Garden Opens at New York’s Four Seasons

    The Garden Opens at New York’s Four Seasons

    Step into this fresh new locavore eatery at the popular Midtown hotel

    New York’s most famous green space, Central Park, may be just a few blocks north, but this month the Four Seasons Hotel at East 57th Street became home to an exciting new garden—a vibrant new restaurant called, yes, The Garden. Helmed by executive chef John Johnson, the establishment ... More

  • New Work From Jean-Michel Othoniel

    New Work From Jean-Michel Othoniel

    The artist, the subject of a current retrospective at the Brooklyn Museum, has designed a beautiful bottle for a new Dior scent

    Large Self-Supporting Knot Lacan's Knot My Bed People often hang their museum-quality art on the wall, but some sweet-smelling art aficionados will be keeping this particular objet in a more unusual place: the medicine cabinet. Renowned French artist Jean-Michel ... More

  • Cathie Black and Kayce Jennings Are Changing The World For Girls

    Cathie Black and Kayce Jennings Are Changing The World For Girls

    Two New York dynamos take on a film project to raise funds to educate young women around the globe

    Cathie Black is taking notes. The topic is 10x10, a social action campaign aimed at raising the bar for the worldwide education of girls, and at the living room table in her Park Avenue apartment, Black is jotting down what her friend, film producer and 10x10 executive Kayce ... More

  • Cognac Fit for a King

    Cognac Fit for a King

    A very special Rémy Martin cask makes its debut

    A collective gasp hushed the party chatter; silverware stopped clinking; ribald jokes went unfinished. A waiter had dropped a glass of cognac. On a guest. While a spill could ruin anyone's night, this dram was from Rémy Martin’s Louis XIII Rare Cask. At $22,000 a bottle, this was an ... More

  • Perry Ellis by Duckie Brown Debuts At New York Fashion Week

    Perry Ellis by Duckie Brown Debuts At New York Fashion Week

    Daniel Silver and Steven Cox go more mainstream with their smart, new collaboration

    Legendary fashion designer Perry Ellis practically invented American men’s sportswear: khaki pants, button-down shirts and the kinds of ties that Father’s Day was invented for. For Daniel Silver and Steven Cox, the duo behind Duckie Brown, the high-fashion label that’s been around since 2001, basics from ... More