Model Grace Hartzel is styled by Gary David Moore in ‘On a clear day you can see forever’, Grace is lensed by Hugo Comte at The Seven Sisters, a series of cliffs tucked along the edge of southern England, for Interview Magazine summer 2019./ Hair by Chi Wong; makeup by Siobhan Furlong
The Rihanna show continues to roll through pop culture, as the Barbados-born mogul drops into the pages of Interview Magazine’s Summer 2019 issue. The cover star is styled by Mel Ottenberg in images by Pierre Ange Carlotti./ Hair by Yusef; makeup by Stephane Marais
Supermodel Bella Hadid is styled by Mel Ottenberg in off-duty ballet and dance studio looks from Michael Kors, Gucci, MSGM and more. Pierre-Ange Carlotti captures Bella for Interview Magazine’s March 2019 issue.Read More
Model Dara Allen is styled by Victoire Simonney in ‘Hope Is A Dangerous Thing’. Photographer Laura Jane Coulson is behind the lens for Interview Magazine Spring/Summer 2019./ Hair by Louis Ghewy; makeup by Sandy Ganzer
AOC is always alert to fashionistas setting down in foreign lands, bringing in the locals to make an ‘authentic’ snap or two and running a message ‘Hope Is A Dangerous Thing’. End of Feb., there is no online context around the shoot on Instagram or at Interview online, and no suggestion of whether there is a local voices story attached to the fashion statement.Read More
Interview Magazine, the iconic arts and culture publication, is folding, handwriting that was on the wall a few months ago, when Interview abandoned its offices in a landlord-tenant dispute over unpaid rent, followed by a lawsuit filed in early May by Fabien Baron, Interview's former editorial director. Ezra Marcus, an associate editor at the magazine, said by email with the New York Times on Monday, that the staff was notified earlier in the morning that Interview, founded by Andy Warhol in 1969, was closing and filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
Interview was purchased by Brant Publications in 1989, two years after Andy Warhol died. Billionaire Peter M. Brant is a contemporary art collector married to former top model and Victoria's Secret pre-Angels muse Stephanie Seymour.
The May 2 lawsuit filed against Interview by former editorial director Fabien Baron and his wife, stylist Ludivine Poiblanc, cited more than $600,000 in unpaid invoices. Baron -- the former creative director of Calvin Klein and now head of ad agency Baron & Baron -- resigned after nearly 10 years as editorial director. Sources say that Karl Templer, who left his position as Interview’s creative director, was owed at least $280,000. Templer was also mentioned in the Boston Globe's winter expose on sexual harassment of models.
Model Fran Summers stars in 'The Surreal Life', styled by Karl Templer in images by Craig McDean for Interview Magazine April/May 2018./ Makeup by Diane Kendal; hair by Shay Ashual