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.
The legendary fashion photographer lends his eye to Marriott's exclusive holiday reward
Being in bed with the largest hotel chain on earth has its perks; through the Marriott Rewards Moments platform, patrons can bid on various exclusive experiences using points earned at the hotel’s 6,000 global outposts. For its latest experiential reward, the hotel juggernaut has harnessed the eye of legendary photographer Patrick ... More
The duo's new collection reflects their close friendship and red carpet-friendly basics.
She may have embodied the platonic ideal of a muse in the mid-aughts epic Troy, but this year, Diane Kruger is proving herself to be a master. After winning Best Actress at Cannes for the German drama In the Fade earlier this year, the actress and fashion darling is ... More
The directional foundation's biannual exhibit will honor the late radical sculptor
Twice a year, the by-appointment-only Brant Foundation Art Study Center in Greenwich, Connecticut unveils a new exhibit sourced from magazine magnate Peter Brant’s sprawling contemporary art collection. This Sunday marks the foundation’s latest unveiling: a retrospective of the late sculptor Jason Rhoades, who, before his death in 2006 at 41, ... More
In honor of awards season, we reflect on how our favorite actresses’ careers have magnified since DuJour first covered them, and why they’re back in Oscars contention today
Returning for its 16th year, Art Basel Miami Beach continues its successful reign as the premier art celebration in the country
At the first hints of Hurricane Irma back in early September, Miami’s Faena Hotel braced for impact by encasing its most prized attraction—the $15 million, gold-plated woolly mammoth skeleton by Damien Hirst that greets guests on the hotel steps—in a weatherproof glass case. The gilded woolly survived the storm’s relatively ... More
The Heathers star shares sneak-peeks about his non-binary role and the best gay bar in L.A.
80s black comedy Heathers is getting the TV reboot treatment, and in the forthcoming TV Land iteration, the cheerleader-like sameness of the original clique will be replaced by a diverse set of ruthless neo-Heathers: zaftig, body positive ringleader Heather Chandler flanked by black lesbian Heather McNamara and gender-queer Heather Duke, ... More
Socially conscious label Telfar took home $400,000
Last night, Manhattan’s fashion glitterati descended on Williamsburg for the 14th annual CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund ceremony, where Telfar Clemens of the 12-year-old directional label Telfar snagged the top prize: a $400,000 grant, not to mention a direct line to Anna Wintour. The design competition, in which 10 jury-selected, emerging designers ... More
On the reality show's mud-slinging second season, this housewife embodies sweet charity
Besides hooking millions into an IV drip of brain-tranquilizing, confectionery entertainment, each Real Housewives franchise depicts a unique knot of socioeconomic minutiae, from Potomac’s crazed fixation with etiquette to the tension between old and new money on RHONY. On The Real Housewives of Dallas, the bedrock of the social ... More
The 13 Reasons Why star rocks streetwear with a message in ASOS x GLAAD collab
Today, e-commerce giant ASOS hatches the Tommy Dorfman-fronted “Together Movement” capsule collection, a collab with LBGTQ-focused media watchdog GLAAD’s eponymous campaign and the latest fashion-backed contribution to the social justice current. The collection, made up of affordable shirts, sweats and accessories starting at $8, is punctuated with normcore-friendly ... More
These viral Irish rockers have opened for some of music's biggest acts
Rising indie rock troupe The Academic, made up of a pair of brothers and their two best friends, formed as a middle school garage band in bucolic southeast Ireland. Now a polished act supporting the likes of Noel Gallagher, Cage the Elephant, and Twenty One Pilots, their music remains rooted ... More