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Samuel Anderson

Culture Editor

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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
  • Doctor Mike Dishes on Instagram Fame

    Doctor Mike Dishes on Instagram Fame

    Mike Varshavski debunks FitTea, doesn't want to be called "hot doctor" anymore

    Despite the confluence of white-bread-handsome doctors on TV, from the baby-faced savant on ABC’s ratings slayer The Good Doctor to titular doctor-in-training on Fox’s just-premiered The Resident, for many, there is no substitute for Grey’s Anatomy’s now-deceased Derek Shepherd a.k.a. McDreamy. And while that Patrick Dempsey-shaped void may never be ... More

  • See Highlights from the 2018 Winter Antiques Show

    See Highlights from the 2018 Winter Antiques Show

    The annual affair brings together 70 of the nation’s top antiques dealers

    Where can you find a Thomas Chippendale gilded mirror and a weathervane shaped like a rooster under the same roof? At the 2018 Winter Antiques Show, which opened on Friday at the Park Avenue Armory. For the fair’s 64th edition, 70 of the nation’s top antiques dealers have mounted a dizzying ... More

  • Inside Louis Vuitton’s Escapist Pop-Up

    Inside Louis Vuitton’s Escapist Pop-Up

    Shop menswear mastermind Kim Jones's penultimate collection for a limited time only

    Following his triumphant Fashion Week swan song yesterday, outgoing Louis Vuitton menswear director Kim Jones continues to make splashes. Starting today, New Yorkers can get their hands on Jones’s penultimate collection at a beach-themed showroom dedicated to his Spring/Summer 2018 looks. Arriving by way of Miami Design District, the traveling ... More

  • Behind the Exhibit: Famous Portraits at Opera Gallery

    Behind the Exhibit: Famous Portraits at Opera Gallery

    The new show, “Portraits,” includes everyone from Picasso to David LaChapelle

    The myth of Narcissus, who gazed upon his mirrored image until he died, comes to mind at the new exhibit “Portraits,” a funhouse of paintings, busts and photography in the prehistoric tradition of reflecting the human form. Organized by Opera Gallery New York, the exhibition whittles down the age-old artistic practice ... 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

  • YoungArts Raises $1.5 Million in One Night

    YoungArts Raises $1.5 Million in One Night

    Moonlight scribe Tarell Alvin McCraney was the evening's guest of honor

    From the Trump administration’s pledges to drain the National Endowment for the Arts to the Met’s recent introduction of fixed fees for out-of-state visitors, the wilted state of public arts funding suggests future patrons may have less access to art than generations past. But this past weekend in Miami, the ... More

  • Behind the Exhibit: David Zwirner 25 Years

    Behind the Exhibit: David Zwirner 25 Years

    Following the announcement of major expansion, the mega-gallery celebrates reaching a quarter-century

    This week, top-tier gallery David Zwirner pledged to reach new strata with a three-story, standalone space projected to open on West 21st Street in 2020 – the culmination of an upward trajectory fueled by experimentalism since the gallery’s founding in 1993. That legacy is the subject of “David Zwirner: ... More

  • Peek Pepsi’s New Cindy Crawford Super Bowl Ad

    Peek Pepsi’s New Cindy Crawford Super Bowl Ad

    The nostalgic campaign will also feature Presley Gerber

    During the 1992 Super Bowl, the game was briefly eclipsed by a minute-long commercial showing Cindy Crawford emerge from a red sports car in jean shorts and pop open an ice-cold Pepsi. 26 years later, Crawford will pay tribute to that iconic ad in an all-new ... More

  • See Inside Gucci’s Boutique-Meets-Restaurant Concept

    See Inside Gucci’s Boutique-Meets-Restaurant Concept

    The new Gucci Garden houses fashion, artifacts and a Michelin-quality restaurant

    Yesterday, Gucci’s creative director Alessandro Michele unveiled his latest contribution to the fashion landscape with Gucci Garden, a sprawling retail concept located in a three-story Florentine palace. The 14-century venue – the aptly named Palazzo della Mercanzia, which translates to “palace of merchandise” – originally housed the Gucci Museo, an ... More

  • Mariah Carey Spills “Hot Tea” Merch

    Mariah Carey Spills “Hot Tea” Merch

    The Butterfly queen continues to capitalize on her instantly iconic NYE performance

    Lambs, rejoice. After she delivered a redemptive performance on New Years Eve following last year’s lip-synced train wreck, Mariah Carey is continuing to shower her fans with gifts. Earlier today, the singer announced a micro-collection of new merch inspired by that pitch-perfect, one liner-laced showcase with a tweet reading “#Lambily, ... More