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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
  • Room Request! Cloud Camp

    Room Request! Cloud Camp

    Cloud Camp at the Broadmoor Hotel in Colorado Springs redefines glamping

    The Broadmoor Hotel – a 99-year-old Colorado Springs institution and the longest-running Forbes Five Star property ever – sets the glamping bar high – really high. Eight miles from the main campus, and up a 3,000-foot incline, sits a luxury outpost built by the Broadmoor in 2014 called Cloud Camp ... More

  • Inside a Manhattan Bar’s Surprising Feminist History

    Inside a Manhattan Bar’s Surprising Feminist History

    The newly opened Ophelia's chic-yet-eclectic interiors are as fascinating as its backstory

    Located on the eastern perimeter of the skyscraper-dense Midtown East, the Beekman Tower is an Art Deco gem hiding in plain sight. Given its peripheral location across from the U.N., the tower may be obscure to most New Yorkers, especially since the 2012 departure of its rooftop space's previous tenant, ... More

  • Political Art for President’s Day Weekend

    Political Art for President’s Day Weekend

    Not here for President's Day? These three new art shows will feed your anti-establishment spirit

    In today’s climate, "President’s Day" feels more like a reminder of the current administration’s untold calamities than a case for proud remembrance. And what better way to fill the void left by our dashed “Oprah 2020” dreams than to engage with art? After all, it was art – namely the ... More

  • See Nicky Hilton’s Motherhood-Inspired Collab

    See Nicky Hilton’s Motherhood-Inspired Collab

    Hilton talks her new resort wear looks and the best spots to rock them in Southampton

    Since marrying banking heir James Rothschild in 2015, Nicky Hilton Rothschild has split her time between Manhattan and the Hamptons. And if her roots as the 2000s’ foremost heiress-cum-handbag designer shine through in her Noho penthouse—cosmopolitan, compact and covetable—her summer home in Southampton could signify her more recent design ... More

  • DJ Zeke Thomas Mixes Music and #MeToo Advocacy

    DJ Zeke Thomas Mixes Music and #MeToo Advocacy

    The son of basketball player Isaiah Thomas spreads love and understanding in the queer community

    Zeke Thomas, the 29-year-old musician and DJ and son of NBA all-star Isiah Thomas, first publicly told the story of his assault last April in New York Magazine. The account was harrowing not only in its detail, but also in its then-jarring reminder that rape can happen to anyone, anywhere ... More

  • Tyler Shields’s Guide to Jacksonville

    Tyler Shields’s Guide to Jacksonville

    The rabble-rousing photographer discusses his Southern roots and his upcoming YouTube Red series

    For the last decade, celebrity photographer Tyler Shields has snapped his subjects with the access of an embedded photojournalist and the abandon of a Hollywood stuntman. In the pre-social media era of MySpace and flip-phones, Shields’s Southern charm and unfiltered eye attracted the likes of Lindsay ... More

  • Inside Marvel’s Black Panther Fashion Show

    Inside Marvel’s Black Panther Fashion Show

    The studio commissioned seven forward-thinking designers to create original looks inspired by the film

    With Black Panther’s inclusive cast and feverishly positive reviews, audiences are clamoring to enter Wakanda, the fictional realm in which the mold-breaking superhero flick takes place. While the film won’t hit theaters until Friday, last night New York Fashion Week patrons were invited to experience a slice of the ... More

  • Behind the Exhibit: Carrie Moyer at DC Moore

    Behind the Exhibit: Carrie Moyer at DC Moore

    In her new solo “Pagan’s Rapture,” the abstract painter offers a message of hope

    Between Elon Musk launching a $100,000 Tesla into the stratosphere to Netflix’s splashy sci-fi flick The Cloverfield Paradox, space travel is trending. At first glance, “Pagan’s Rapture,” painter Carrie Moyer’s new solo show at DC Moore, seems to conform to the trend. With titles like Return to Gynadome and Hot ... More

  • Laurence & Chico Bring New Energy to NYFW

    Laurence & Chico Bring New Energy to NYFW

    The up-and-coming designer's show was NYFW's most animated yet

    New York Fashion Week can induce a hamster-wheel effect, but leave it to Laurence & Chico dispel the monotony with a glucose shot’s worth of hallucinatory womenswear confections. Yesterday, for their Fall/Winter 2018 collection dubbed “Doudou” after the French term for a security blanket, the up-and-coming design duo unveiled ... More

  • Zenith Launches Streetwear-Inspired Bling

    Zenith Launches Streetwear-Inspired Bling

    A new watch collaboration designed by streetwear's founding father is out today at Dover Street Market

    Bamford Watch Department specializes in tricking out watches with bespoke modifications, so it figures that horology’s resident art punks would partner with streetwear temple Dover Street Market for its latest release – the $14,290 Fragment Zenith El Primero, in stores today. Founded by construction heir George Bamford, BWD ... More