The Tony-nominated playwright and actor works into the wee hours, sleeps in late and chooses Pilates over the gym: “There’s something about the masculinity of being in a gym environment that really freaks me out.”
My Monday Morning
The Brooklyn Nets head coach and former NBA All-Star talks about coaching the game he once played, his training regimen and dancing on TikTok.
The model talks about meditation, vision-boarding and growing as a parent.
The actor, known for stepping fully into his roles, takes time to shut it all off too: ‘I have rituals that help me wash away.’
The filmmaker talks about his new movie (which is actually old) and the routines that keep him going.
The cookbook author and TV host, whose latest book is out this month, starts every day thinking she won’t be able to get everything done—then finishes it all by 1 p.m.
The model, reality star and tequila entrepreneur talks about juggling her many pursuits and how she decompresses.
The TV host talks about the manuscript process, on-screen chemistry and how she keeps her marriage exciting.
The French designer, who just opened a new flagship on the Upper East Side, talks about making ceramics, skipping breakfast and how she finally quit smoking.
The fashion designer begins each day with an eight-mile run and a pastry before heading into the office. This month, his brand opens its 85th store, in San Francisco.
Ahead of her final U.S. Open, the tennis champion talks about turning her focus to family and business ventures: “I probably should retire, for a few years at least, but for some inane reason I’m not.”
The denim brand’s chief executive talks about trends, his extensive denim collection and how he squeezes in two workouts a day.
At home the actor is a creature of habit, but his roles are unpredictable, including his latest as a deluded megachurch pastor in “Honk for Jesus. Save Your Soul.”
After a highly decorated running career, the Olympian looks forward to spending more time with her daughter focusing on other projects: “I’m just going to have to continue to do the work.”
The writer, director and actor talks about releasing her new movie, “Sharp Stick,” after stepping largely out of the spotlight.
The actor talks about being back on set, her philosophy on aging and the one beauty habit no one should pick up.
“There will be a medical industry providing psychedelic therapy,” the author and professor predicts. Inside his morning routine.
“Back in the day, there was Page Six…. You were either there and experienced it and had a good time, or you weren’t and you heard about it. Now everyone shares so much.”
The Byredo founder also speaks about Puig’s recent acquisition of his brand: “It’s very clear that the next step up requires a bit more muscle.”
The restaurateur also shares his morning routines: waking up at 5 a.m., struggling to write his memoir and breakfast at Balthazar.