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Samuel Anderson

Culture Editor

Bio:

Samuel Anderson is the Culture Editor at DuJour. He has written for Vogue.com, Vulture, and New York magazine. One time he almost made Mariah Carey chuckle. Follow him at samanderson.co or on Instagram at @s_m_nderson.

Recent Articles
  • Meet a Father-Son Duo Transforming Nantucket

    Meet a Father-Son Duo Transforming Nantucket

    Real estate developers Stephen and Douglass Karp are helping to make Nantucket into a posh summer playground

    While staking out land around Cape Cod has long been a pastime for moneyed New Englanders, Stephen and Douglass Karp have made it their business. New England Development’s father-son duo have owned property on Nantucket for 30 years, but it wasn’t until Stephen hired Douglass to spearhead a new venture, ... More

  • Kristin Cavallari’s Guide to Nashville

    Kristin Cavallari’s Guide to Nashville

    The Laguna Beach alum-turned-lifestyle expert recently moved to the honky-tonk capital of the south

    Like a great white shark or the Goodyear blimp, reality star Kristin Cavallari’s geographic moves are notorious and well documented. As a teen, she moved from the mountains of Denver, Colorado to the shores of Laguna Beach, California, where the producers of a new reality show on MTV called Laguna ... More

  • Discover The Secrets of Greta Garbo’s Gold

    Discover The Secrets of Greta Garbo’s Gold

    An enigmatic starlet’s most iconic look will be the forthcoming Academy Museum’s crown jewel

    Greta Garbo was the star of the 1931 film Mata Hari, but her headdress, pictured here, played a significant supporting role. The seductive headpiece, designed by Wizard of Oz costumer Adrian Adolph Greenberg, was the defining feature of the film’s titular lead, a Dutch spy who disguised herself as an ... More

  • An Inside Look at Designer Alexander McQueen’s Legacy

    An Inside Look at Designer Alexander McQueen’s Legacy

    The new documentary McQueen reveals insight into the avant garde designer through exclusive interviews and more

    Alexander McQueen’s death in 2010 inspired an outpouring of tributes to the radical designer whose runway shows, which seemed to stop time with their boundary-pushing themes and deep historical references, have been monumentalized in blockbuster exhibits. (“Savage Beauty” drew a combined 1 million visitors.) Now, his rags-to-riches ascent to ... More

  • Inside The Natalie Portman-Narrated Eating Animals

    Inside The Natalie Portman-Narrated Eating Animals

    Jonathan Safran Foer continues his crusade against factory farming with a new documentary produced by Natalie Portman

    The food landscape has changed significantly since acclaimed author Jonathan Safran Foer published his nonfiction debut Eating Animals 10 years ago. Oat milk happened; Beyoncé went vegan; Reba McEntire played Colonel Sanders in a KFC commercial. And yet, the bleak reality of factory farming presented in the book remains the ... More

  • Rupert Friend is a Travelling Man

    Rupert Friend is a Travelling Man

    The Strange Angel star's latest role takes him down a darker path, but it’s just one more adventurous trip for the wanderlust actor

    “Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the law,’” says actor Rupert Friend, quoting the philosophy behind an obscure religion practiced by his character on his forthcoming CBS All Access show Strange Angel. Yet, he could just as well be summing up his own life’s ... More

  • Discover Why Hereditary Will Stay With You

    Discover Why Hereditary Will Stay With You

    Naked Brothers Band alum Alex Wolff opens up about filming the fright-fest Hereditary

    In the film Hereditary, the Graham family is on the losing side of the genetic lottery. When Grandma Ellen, not the milk-and-cookies type, passes away, it unleashes an evil, seemingly genetically linked, force upon mom Annie (Toni Collette), dad Steve (Gabriel Byrne) and their two kids, Peter and Charlie. It’s Peter, ... More

  • The Alienist Star Douglas Smith’s Guide to Budapest

    The Alienist Star Douglas Smith’s Guide to Budapest

    The actor stars alongside Dakota Fanning and Daniel Brühl in TNT's high-budget drama

    TNT’s new miniseries extravaganza The Alienist, based on Caleb Carr’s bestselling mystery novel, follows a team of proto-criminologists on the hunt for a killer targeting underage male escorts in 1896 New York. While all 10 episodes were shot in Budapest, Hungary on an elaborate set designed to replicate turn-of-the-century Manhattan ... More

  • Room Request! Port Ferdinand

    Room Request! Port Ferdinand

    This picture-perfect hot spot once hosted Queen Elizabeth’s only daughter

    If there’s anyone who can single-handedly launch the start of summer vacation season by gracing a magazine cover, it’s Rihanna. Earlier today, Vogue unveiled its June 2018 cover featuring the Barbadian pop empress in full Caribbean splendor—bathing suit, Fenty bronzer, ocean view and all. While ... More

  • Lewis Tan’s Guide to Dublin, Ireland

    Lewis Tan’s Guide to Dublin, Ireland

    The strapping actor, who plays a modern superhero in Deadpool 2, takes us back to the old country

    Deadpool 2 hits theaters next week, and besides a fresh batch of witty quips by the spandex-covered antihero (Ryan Reynolds), fans of the farcical superhero franchise can expect a cast of new sidekicks—including Shatterstar played by British-born, L.A.-raised actor Lewis Tan. While Shatterstar may be new to theatergoing audiences, like most ... More