Another reminder that she’s the only Kardashian who’s good at modeling. More
Topic: Interview Magazine
Since you read fashion blogs, you may have heard about how the ’90s are back–or noticed people on the street with plaid shirts tied around their waists, the ubiquitous crop tops on red carpets, the dark lipsticks on runways, the chokers. Now, then, seems like a perfect time to bring back one of the most delightful parts of the era: the supermodel. Interview Magazine is celebrating the decade’s biggest stars with a series of black and white covers shot by power duo Mert & Marcus for the September issue–the so-called “model issue.” The collection features everyone you’d expect: Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell, Christy Turlington, Linda Evangelista and more. More
Do you enjoy looking at rooms strewn with all kinds of cool old crap someone just couldn’t bear to part with? How about pretty androgynes in tasteful Goth attire? Because the latest issue of Interview Magazine contains a Hoarders-themed editorial that features both of those things prominently, and it is glorious. More
If you saw the glimpse of fashion tits Cara Delevingne flashed in Love Magazine’s “controversial” fashion film and thought you might like to see more of said fashion tits, you’re in luck. Interview Magazine has just published an editorial starring the young Ms. Delevingne that is the fashion tittiest thing I’ve seen since yesterday.
“What are fashion tits,” you ask? Generally speaking, fashion tits are small-ish, perky breasts which, when revealed in photos, read as artistic, rather than pornographic, due to their shape, size, and context, as well as the quality of photography. Obviously, these rules are silly and arbitrary, and easily broken by people like Terry Richardson, who’s never met a fashion tit he couldn’t porn-ify. But breast rules aside, this is also just a lovely set of photos. Cara Delevingne may be in danger of overexposure at this point, but it’s easy to see why: no matter how many questionable things she says or Shania Twain songs she lipsyncs to, she is beautiful in a way that a lot of people like, and pretty much photographs like the platonic essence of fashion model-ness. More
Remember Agyness Deyn? Of course you do. She’s the pixie haired model who took the fashion world by storm a few years ago before branching out into music, movies, and combat boots, then marrying Giovanni Ribisi and retreating to the domestic sphere to cook his dinner and have his babies.
Psych! Agyness Deyn would never disappear on us like that. The super cute model/other is back, and this time she wants to embark on a serious acting career. To celebrate that fact, February’s Interview has some shiny pictures of her demonstrating various emotions, the first and foremost of which is “toplessness.” Take a look, why don’t you. (NSFW) More
The infinitely likable Emma Stone tends to come off goofy and “down to earth” in interviews, but if there’s one thing we’ve learned from her many magazine spreads, it’s that she can put on a bustier and make sexyface with the best of them. Through no fault of her own (nothing is Emma Stone’s fault!), the results can vary, but her latest editorial in Interview Magazine shows how thoroughly she’s able to transform with the right photography and styling. In it, she plays the New Wave heroine of some retro-futuristic, dystopian narrative, and dissolves into the “role” so thoroughly that it’s hard to believe this is the girl from Superbad. As one would hopefully expect from a magazine called “interview,” the interview, as conducted by director Cameron Crowe, is worth reading, too. More
Sorry – I know that this picture is supposed to be serious. More
Before the allegations of insensitivity toward mental illness flood in, take a look at this unsettling spread by Steven Klein for Interview. More
Katy Perry is so glamorous and buxom and etc. on the cover of Interview‘s March issue… so glamorous and buxom and etc. that she looks like a different human being, maybe? More
Did you know that Chloe Sevigny is playing a transgender assassin in a six-part TV series that’s premiering soon in the US and the UK? It’s true. Hence, for the February issue of Interview Magazine, Chloe channeled some m-to-f transgender energy for a gorgeous editorial shot by Craig McDean. In some photos it definitely seems like there’s some sort of kinky performance of gender going on, while others focus more on her natural beauty. Both kinds of photos lie within the possibilities of an actual transgender model. More
Which do you prefer? I prefer the one in which she’s semi-recognizable, personally. More
This one’s pretty hard. More
But would we welcome a portrait of, say, Tory Burch with an open wound in the pages of Marie Claire? More