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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
  • Bella Hadid Stars in New Dior Beauty Campaign

    Bella Hadid Stars in New Dior Beauty Campaign

    In her latest act as a Dior Beauty ambassador, Hadid rocks a bold holographic lip

    When Dior anointed Bella Hadid a face of Dior Beauty last year, the young model joined a rarified girl crew of fellow ambassadors like Natalie Portman and Jennifer Lawrence. But as the star of a new campaign for Dior's social media-inspired Addict Lip Glow collection, Hadid has emerged ... More

  • Behind the Exhibit: Close at Hand at Gagosian

    Behind the Exhibit: Close at Hand at Gagosian

    This unconventional group show includes Picasso and a mime

    On January 9, Gagosian San Francisco will present “Close at Hand,” a group show of modern and contemporary sculpture dating from present day to Picasso. In contrast to Gagosian New York’s recent exhibition of Jeff Koons’s high-gloss, maximalist “Celebration” sculptures, the West Coast outpost’s assembly will ... More

  • Room Request! Ritz-Carlton Boston

    Room Request! Ritz-Carlton Boston

    After a renovation by Rockwell Group, this institution channels Bean Town history

    Genre-bending design firm Rockwell Group is known for pushing the discipline into the future, leaving its stamp everywhere from New York’s forthcoming Shed at Hudson Yards to Tony-winning Broadway sets. Yet when it came to one relatively straightforward project – a hotel remodel for Ritz-Carlton, Boston – the company ... More

  • The Post Cowriter Liz Hannah’s Guide to Los Angeles

    The Post Cowriter Liz Hannah’s Guide to Los Angeles

    The young scribe getting Oscars buzz shares her favorite L.A. spots.

    There’s no set formula when it comes to writing a screenplay that transcends the slush pile. Believable dialogue is crucial, but nothing without a well-established mise en scène – a balancing act regardless of subject matter. But that didn’t keep The Post cowriter Liz Hannah from biting off one of ... More

  • The Racket of Justice

    The Racket of Justice

    Billie Jean King achieved athletic glory and shaped the feminist movement with a Wilson Autograph

    In 1973, 55-year-old tennis player and self-professed “male chauvinist pig” Bobby Riggs wagered that he could defeat any woman player—namely tennis’ 29-year-old queen Billie Jean King, who had won 10 major singles titles and a Wimbledon championship. King accepted Riggs’s challenge and a televised spectacle dubbed the “Battle of ... More

  • Inside a Winter Oasis at NYBG’s Wonderland Ball

    Inside a Winter Oasis at NYBG’s Wonderland Ball

    The Bronx institution's annual gala drew Nina Agdal and Georgina Bloomberg to the outer boroughs

    On Friday night at its 19th Annual Winter Wonderland Ball, the New York Botanical Garden gave new meaning to the phrase “deck the halls.” Coinciding with the beloved Holiday Train Show inside NYBG’s palatial conservatory, the ball, which was presented by Etro and Saks Fifth Avenue, provided a backdrop of ... More

  • Oscar Contender Daniel Kaluuya Speaks Out

    Oscar Contender Daniel Kaluuya Speaks Out

    The star of Get Out discusses the political landscape and his next role in Black Panther

    It was a balmy late February, a typically sleepy season for film releases, when the comedy-horror parable Get Out set the internet ablaze with its highly meme-able commentary on the perils of well-meaning white liberalism. The film centers on a young black man meeting his Caucasian girlfriend’s family, whose overeager ... More

  • Riverdale‘s Cole Sprouse on Growing Up in Hollywood

    Riverdale‘s Cole Sprouse on Growing Up in Hollywood

    Get to know the multi-talented star of the CW's Archie Comics adaptation

    Cole Sprouse, star of CW’s supercharged Archie Comics adaptation Riverdale, nurses a sly self-awareness that most child stars lose somewhere along the way. “I was never boxed in. It’s silly to even think I was boxed in,” he quickly volleys back when asked about ... More

  • Behind the Exhibit: Bombay Sapphire Artisan Series

    Behind the Exhibit: Bombay Sapphire Artisan Series

    The annual competition will launch one lucky winner to art stardom

    After narrowing down a record number of submissions to 16 finalists, the annual Bombay Sapphire Artisan Series will crown a winner on Friday night during Art Basel Miami Beach. Co-organized by digital arts platform Artsy, the competition offers emerging and established artists a rare fast pass to industry bona ... More

  • Fionn Whitehead Shines in Dunkirk

    Fionn Whitehead Shines in Dunkirk

    The young actor opens up about his lead role in Christopher Nolan's behemoth blockbuster

    When he was cast as the lead in Christopher Nolan’s behemoth war flick Dunkirk, 20-year-old Fionn Whitehead hadn’t spent much time as a struggling actor—but his resumé suggested otherwise. “I was a barista and a childminder,” he says, “and a boat driver on the River Thames in ... More