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We imagine that getting in front of Patrick Demarchelier’s lens changes a girl, but honestly, we didn’t even recognize Shailene Woodley in her new spread for Interview magazine. And don’t take this the wrong way Shailene, but we kind of like it.
We saw Lena Dunham‘s French gamine-like Interview cover last week, after the Girls creator leaked it herself on Instagram. The full interview, however, only just made its way on to the web, and for fans of the show, it’s definitely worth a read.
The Brooklynite is just as candid as ever in a conversation with artist/writer/director Miranda July, musing about her upbringing, her art, and how her life has changed since Girls became a runaway hit. She also breaks a certain taboo amongst the young Hollywood set: talking earnestly and openly about her boyfriend, Jack Antonoff, the guitarist for the band Fun.
Lena Dunham beat everyone to the punch by leaking her own Interview cover on Instagram. Nicely done.
Fashion icon Diane Von Furstenberg recently sat down with Interview‘s David Coleman to talk about her brand, and what we got out of it was a very interesting piece of fashion trivia: where that iconic lip logo came from!
And, oh my goodness, is it incredible.
In honor of Westwood’s recent appearance in Interview “shrug the haters” attitude, we’ve compiled a slideshow of some of her most out-there (and awesome) recent designs.
You are probably well aware that Charlize Theron and Kristen Stewart are starring in a movie together. It’s called Snow White and the Huntsman, the trailer looks great, and the stars have made several red carpet appearances.
Keira Knightley is on the cover of this month’s Interview, looking all sorts of glam.
Talk about a transformation. For their March 2012 cover, Interview magazine gave this rainbow-haired singer a serious makeover, which would be cool if she wasn’t totally unrecognizable.
So we have this kind of fangirl obsession with Chloe Moretz (see also: Hailee Steinfeld, Elle Fanning), which is why we were amped to see her on the cover of Interview looking fabulously and appropriately grown up, but it turns out that our girlcrush isn’t unwarranted — we’ve got at least one thing in common, which is to say: an irrationally robust love for Ryan Gosling.
There are a lot of things we love about Lauren Hutton‘s interview with Michael Kors in the September issue of Interview, but topping that list is a badass tale the model-slash-actress told about auditioning for a group of Mad Men-style ad execs in the 1960s.
We pretty much freaked out when we saw that Karl Lagerfeld would be interviewing fellow chic French fashion alien Carine Roitfeld in the September issue of Interview. Said interview has arrived, and we can confidently say Karl is way more of an alien than Carine.
The September cover of Interview has leaked, and Anne Hathaway is fronting the glossy with lace draped across her face. It’s very, very pretty…but doesn’t it look a tad familiar?
After a yearlong absence from the glossy magazine business, Vogue Russia‘s founding editor Aliona Doletskaya has just landed a job as editor of the newly minted Russian and German editions of Interview magazine. Doletskaya’s first issue for the Russian market will be on newsstands at the end of the year, with German issues following in early 2012.
Cool people talking to other cool people is the bread and butter of Interview, and every month we can’t wait to see who the magazine will pair together. Included in the June/July double issue is a little established fashion royalty/new fashion royalty tête-à-tête. So, what exactly did Donatella Versace and Riccardo Tisci chat about?
The trend (because it is a trend, unfortunately) of putting Asian models in your advertising and your couture shows and your magazine spreads is a welcome change from the whitewashed fashion photography and casting of yesteryear. But is it enough simply to evoke whatever feeling you think the East evokes in order to claim diversity? Apparently it is. Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott created this spread for Interview Magazine called China Girls. And there’s only one Chinese girl in it.
Last week, we showed you what a year’s worth of Vogue magazines would look like if you layered them on top of one another. Now, you can see what Interview, i-D, Love, V, and W would look like if you did the same. And just so you know, the answer is: very, very cool.