Nadja Sayej

Nadja Sayej is a culture journalist who writes about visual art, entertainment, pop culture and has interviewed over 200 celebrities for publications like The New York Times, The Guardian, Forbes, Vanity Fair, and more. Her favorite interviewee remains John Waters. She has written 5 books, too.

All Articles From Nadja Sayej

Get to Know Your New Favorite Children’s Book Author, Ziggy Marley

Bob’s oldest son and an accomplished musician in his own right, the father of seven has turned to a new pursuit in 2021

No One Shoots Backstage Photos Quite Like Greg Williams

The veteran celebrity photographer shares the stories behind photos of Dakota Johnson, Joaquin Phoenix, Lady Gaga and more

For 85-Year Old Bruce Dern, Retirement Is a Four-Letter Word

The legendary actor returns this month in the fourth and final season of “Goliath”

How Long Will Vacation Posting Remain a Social-Media Faux Pas?

With large parts of the world still in lockdown, influencers are being more selective about what they share online. Will it last?

Jean Pigozzi Invented the Celebrity Selfie

“The 213 Most Important Men in My Life” chronicles intimate moments with everyone from Andy Warhol to Elon Musk

Hassan Hajjaj Brings Marrakech to NYC in "Vogue: The Arab Issue"

Two worlds collide at a new Fotografiska retrospective documenting the career of the iconic Moroccan photographer

The Story of the Internet’s “Silk Road” Feels Way Less Sinister in 2021

Tiller Russell's new movie about dark-web kingpin Ross Ulbricht is a testament to just how fast the web — and the world it informs — can evolve

Dubai Is Recruiting an Army of Influencers to Convince You That Travel Is Safe Again

The UK is once again under lockdown, but its biggest internet stars are blithely snapping selfies 5,000 miles away

How Do DJs Survive a Pandemic? We Asked House Legend John Digweed.

The iconic British producer is finding new ways to express himself in lockdown

What’s So Great About Indian Creek Island, Anyway?

Miami's most exclusive community might be the last place in America where Jared and Ivanka can fit in — or the last one that will have them

Hunter S. Thompson and the Wildest Town Sheriff Campaign in US History

Fifty years later, the Godfather of Gonzo’s maverick political agenda still resonates

Will We Ever Be Able to Fully Understand Frank Zappa?

Alex Winter discusses the musician and his new documentary, "Zappa"

The World According to Alan Arkin

"A successful life is constantly shedding skin."

What Drives 49-Year-Old David Arquette to Still Want to Wrestle?

Pushing 50, the actor known for his role in the "Scream" franchise is still chasing a dangerous dream

"The Alienist" Star Daniel Brühl Is Done Being the Bad Guy, For Now

The German actor is taking a little time off from playing Nazis and comic-book villains