Photos by Natalia Mantini. Ever heard of that old saying that goes something like, “If you do what you love, you’ll never work a day in your life”? Well it turns out that in order to actually do what you love, you need to put in a lot of work, and the singer slash rapper slash sex symbol Brooke Candy is the very proof.
Joan Collins. As Interview ’s 50th year draws to a close, we celebrated one last time with our friends at Nordstrom at the celebrity hideaway that is the San Vicente Bungalows. Last night, the ultra-exclusive West Hollywood venue lent us its cozy and festive Living Room to host an intimate dinner toasting the release of our new Winter Issue , and the next 50 years.
“Nobody lives,” we’re told toward the conclusion of The American People, Volume 2: The Brutality of Fact . “In the end that is the short and simple. Nobody lives.
Keith Richards with Jack and Coors 1972, from Ethan Russell Photography: Best Seat in The House. All photos courtesy Ethan Russell.
“Going Out” is a column celebrating the legacy of our founder, Andy Warhol. Long ago, in the disco ball-refracted days of The Factory, Warhol’s Interview chronicled the comings and goings of the downtown scene, spotlighting its ever-eccentric populace in their favorite dimly-lit haunts.
Sarah Baker. Courtesy Baroness. Sarah Baker, the artist behind Versace’s six-episode holiday campaign , is a soap opera savant
Shirt, Shorts and Belt by Miu Miu. Earrings and Ring by Jennifer Fisher
Bunny Ears Stylist’s own. Glasses (worn on banana) and Thong Rebecca and Sophie’s own. In October of 2018, despite having just wrapped a private gangbang for a paying clientele that included CEOs, doctors, and one police officer, the adult film stars Rebecca More and Sophie Anderson were already on to the next
Our culture loves an It Girl, from the man eater she-devil to the unapologetic gives-zero-fucks type. And of course, there’s the effortlessly chic Manolo-heeled princess who moves to New York in search of the two L’s: labels and love —also known as Sex and The City ‘s Carrie Bradshaw.
Interview Magazine June 1988 Cover Photographed by Herb Ritts That Time When is Interview ’s weekly trip through the pop-cultural space-time continuum, where we return to some of the most overlooked moments from issues past. In this edition, we revisit our June 1988 cover story, featuring “bad boy” Willem Dafoe where we learn all about his past before acting . At the time, Willem Dafoe was known as the dangerous actor