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Samuel Anderson

Culture Editor


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
  • See a Planned Parenthood Mural Painted by Models

    See a Planned Parenthood Mural Painted by Models

    Instagram-famous artist Arianna Margulis organized the timely demonstration

    Last Friday, Senate Republicans passed a sweeping tax bill that had been widely denounced for, among other things, language regarding “unborn” children. While the language was removed before its passage in the Senate, the original bill served as the latest call to action for the “ More

  • Meet Ross Lynch, the Star of My Friend Dahmer

    Meet Ross Lynch, the Star of My Friend Dahmer

    The former Disney actor is all grown up

    When it comes to transitioning from child to adult actor, some make a complete one-eighty; take Former Mouseketeer Ryan Gosling, who had played a teenage serial killer and a neo-Nazi by the time he made The Notebook. That said, when it comes to molting one’s Disney exterior, More

  • Riley Rose’s Cofounder Shares K-Beauty Secrets

    Riley Rose’s Cofounder Shares K-Beauty Secrets

    Esther Chang, beauty maven and daughter of Forever 21's founders, shares her beauty must-haves

    If you aren’t familiar with beauty emporium Riley Rose, you will be soon. Hatched by Forever 21 scions Linda and Esther Chang, the concept store is a shrine to glowing, Instagrammable skin, with snail slime face masks from Korea sold alongside American cult brands like Lime Crime. After launching ... More

  • This Lingerie Brand is the Anti-Victoria’s Secret

    This Lingerie Brand is the Anti-Victoria’s Secret

    In these exclusive photos, painter Tali Lennox models handcrafted intimates by Else

    With the 2017 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show, which took place last week at a Shanghai superdome and aired on CBS Tuesday night, still reverberating, lingerie brand Else’s emphasis on individual craftsmanship and fine fabrics offers an antidote to the former’s pyrotechnics and pratfalls. For its new campaign, the ... More

  • The 2017 Gotham Awards Honors Nicole Kidman

    The 2017 Gotham Awards Honors Nicole Kidman

    The first official awards show of the season provided fodder for 2018 Oscars predictions

    As the first official scrimmage of awards show season, the annual IFP Gotham Awards, which unfolded last night at Cipriani Wall Street, offers an early forecast of the 2018 Oscars. Honoring achievements in independent feature and documentary filmmaking, the ceremony celebrated many of this year's most heat-seeking contenders, including Luca ... More

  • LVMH Launches Spirits Platform Clos19

    LVMH Launches Spirits Platform Clos19

    CEO Stephanie Watine Arnault tapped Oscar nominee Mike Mills to direct the inaugural ad

    In the age of media oversaturation, ad campaigns have to deliver a fine-tuned cocktail of messaging in order to make an impression. For its first U.S. marketing push, LVMH Moet Hennessy’s recently launched e-commerce platform Clos19 did just that, enlisting an Oscar-nominated director and a mastermind ad agency to produce ... More

  • DROMe Reimagines Luxury Leather

    DROMe Reimagines Luxury Leather

    This new wave leather-maker gives luxury a new look

    The hyper-femme, nonpareil-hued designs of Italian fashion brand DROMe’s SS18 collection may look out-of-this-world, but the textiles used to create them are as old-world as it gets. Founded in 2009 by Florence-based designer Marianna Rosati, the label is rooted in Tuscan leather making traditions passed on by Rosati’s father Ferrero, ... More

  • Room Request! Adare Manor

    Room Request! Adare Manor

    This 19th century countryside manse defines Celtic grandeur

    In the Irish countryside, you practically can’t go anywhere without tripping over a castle. But the Gothic splendor of Adare Manor, a towering estate-turned-hotel located a half-hour outside the rugged city of Limerick, strikes awe in the heart of even the most well-traveled Hibernophile. Built in the early 1800s by ... More

  • This L.A. Art Show Challenges Gender

    This L.A. Art Show Challenges Gender

    "Engender" attracted progressive art patrons including Rose McGowan

    As Hollywood continues to reckon with widespread allegations of sexual assault and toxic masculinity, L.A.'s art scene has offered some solace in the form of the binary-smashing exhibit “Engender." The show, which opened at Kohn Gallery this weekend, attracted a tide of progressive arts patrons, including actress and survivor Rose ... More

  • Radical Forms at Salon of Art + Design

    Radical Forms at Salon of Art + Design

    The Salon attracts top-shelf dealers and mega-collectors

    This weekend, the Salon of Art + Design descended on the Park Avenue Armory with a blitz of contemporary and historic design courtesy of 50 top galleries from around the world. From midcentury modern to priceless Italian baubles, the fair’s selection spanned 19th century to present day, and attracted top ... More