Honoring “The Greats”

On the cover of its inaugural Greats issue, the New York Times Style Magazine celebrated six men and women, masters in literature, music, movies, fashion, performance, and technical engineering. The issue boasts candid interviews and face time with some of the most in-demand names in the industry.

The Greats are, in no particular order: Elizabeth Holmes, the 31-year-old entrepreneur who is singlehandedly democratizing healthcare in America; the stunning British contemporary artist, Steve McQueen, most widely known for his Oscar-winning film, 12 Years A Slave; the groundbreaking and ruthlessly real Rihanna, who’s had a hand in uprooting both the music and the fashion industry; the infamous Karl Lagerfeld, who’s resume is as notorious with mastermind creation with Chanel as it is within the Kardashian regime; author Jonathan Franzen, who’s novel “Purity” seamlessly weaves together idealism and murder; and finally, Quentin Tarantino, who’s filmmaking genius will be hailed, questions, and dissected within the cultural ethos for centuries to come.

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