Justin Timberlake's T Magazine Interview Is Just As Delicious As The Pictures

  1. Begin Slideshow



    See All Slides

    When you've been working in the music industry for almost two thirds of your life, like Justin Timberlake has, a little bit of arrogance comes with the territory. It's healthy, really, and completely warranted. Watching his near twenty-minute performance at this year's VMAs was a wake-up call to his longevity and inarguable talent. JT's discography is imitable; his attractiveness is universal. He's the kind of pop star who gets better with time.

    Of course, his brand-new T Magazine cover story is a testament to all of this. Michael Hirschorn's interview reads like the beginning of a memoir that, if it's not already in the works, needs to happen. “You get to this point, which I’ve done in the last five or six years," Timberlake explains, "where you become less worried about success and failure." Thankfully, it's a point we're seeing a lot of the pop stars who've transcended from early-aught fame into solo careers reach (we're lookin' at you, Beyoncé). Like Bey, Timberlake has grown to such a level that he doesn't need to churn out single after single to stay fresh. He can disappear for seven years, only to return to an audience that's not only ready for him, but grown in dedication. “To answer the question ‘Why?’ for the first time in my career, is: because I wanted to," he says in response to his latest two-part 20/20 Experience LPs.

    The full story is worth the read; it's one of the more robustly honest looks into the mind of today's most recognizable influencers. And, with the help of the Hedi Slimane-lensed photo shoot, Timberlake's enduring appeal is carved into a bright, glossy stone. (T Magazine)

    Begin Slideshow


An Art Deco Wedding To Make You Dream Of The '20s

Oh California, how we love you and your beachside weddings. Ashley + Danny had the ultimate SoCal wedding. She’s always had dreams of being a mermaid, he’s always loved the beach, and together they’ve shared a love for classic rock. So naturally they incorporated all of that into their wedding. read

Meet The Ladies Who Changed American Style

If you're a fan of Teruyoshi Hayashida's seminal preppy-fashion playbook Take Ivy, or Patricia Mears' Ivy Style, you may have found yourself wondering what the ladies were doing while midcentury men were getting natty in Brooks Brothers tweeds, bucks, and beat-up chinos. Well, the answer to that question has finally read