Jefferson Hack

Jefferson Hack is the co-founder and publisher of Dazed & Confused.

Arts+Culture Longread

Thom Yorke: You do it to yourself

Radiohead's Thom has always been the subject of black and white, one dimensional media profiles. In this self interview he faces his multi-dimensional other selves and for the first time, we get a close-up snapshot of the real Thom Yorke.

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Music Longread

Madonna: 21st Century Icon

Celebrating the queen of reinvention’s birthday with our 2008 cover story where she talks fear, anxiety and still trumping collaborators half her age

Music Head to Head

Lou Reed & Paul Auster

In '95, two greats of American art spoke together for this magazine. Now that Lou, the Godfather of alternative rock has passed, we reprint this moment in full

Fashion Incoming

20 Q&As: Carine Roitfeld

In the new 20th Anniversary Issue of Dazed & Confused, Jefferson Hack speaks to the former Vogue Paris editor about risk-taking and taboo-shattering

Fashion Incoming

Rodarte S/S 09

Jefferson Hack reports from New York Fashion Week as the Mulleavy sisters send their collection through a hole in the wall.

Arts+Culture Longread

Chloë Sevigny: who’s that girl?

It’s 1996, and Chloë Sevigny is the girl of the moment – an unaffected actress who put in an amazingly affective performance in Kids. In a world obsessed by the fake plastic tits in fake plastic films, she couldn’t have come at a better time

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