Click chemistry has attracted increasing attention for the synthesis of novel stationary phases. Considering the advantage of click chemistry, a strategy based on thiol-Michael addition was developed for the preparation of a new stationary phase herein, and a phenyl vinyl sulfone stationary phase (M-PVS) was prepared. The resulting M-PVS bonded silica was characterized by elemental analysis, solid-state 13C cross-polarization/magic-angle spinning NMR and infrared spectroscopy, confirming the successful immobilization of phenyl vinyl sulfone on the silica support. The retention properties of M-PVS were investigated and exhibited unambiguous reversed phase retention characteristics. Moreover, shape selectivity and silanol activity were studied to reveal the diverse interactions of M-PVS, including hydrophobic, π-π, hydrogen bonding, and ion-exchange interactions. In addition, de-wetting tolerance and hydrophilic properties were evaluated and a pronounced "U" retention curves were obtained, indicating enhanced retention for polar analytes and transitions of different interaction modes. Selectivity differences between M-PVS column, phenyl column and conventional C18 column were examined using series natural standards. The diverse interactions of M-PVS demonstrated its improved selectivity for the compounds with similar hydrophobic skeleton but different polar substituents.