Brad Pitt , two – time Sexiest Man Alive recipient, fan of Killing Eve , and the ultimate celebrity’s celebrity, has enjoyed a career spanning four decades and several iconic relationships . Following breakthrough roles in Interview with the Vampire , SE7EN , and 12 Monkeys , Pitt aimed to take his rising stardom to new heights as literally as possible
“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.
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
Future Khan and iO Tillett Wright. What would it mean to photograph 10,000 queer people across the U.S., with the goal of weaving not only a vibrant tapestry of representation across gender, race, class, and ability, but also creating an installation of those images spanning some 146 acres in downtown Washington D.C.
“Into” is a series dedicated to objects, artworks, garments, exhibitions, and all orders of things that we are into—and there really isn’t a lot more to it than that. Today: Evalena Labayen explores the complex Thanksgiving creation of the legendary artist Yayoi Kusama .
Coat by Gucci. Shirt and Sunglasses by Prada. Jeans (worn throughout) Anthony’s own
Lady Gaga and The Muppets Holiday Spectacular. “Into” is a series dedicated to objects, artworks, garments, exhibitions, and all orders of things that we are into—and there really isn’t a lot more to it than that.
It’s been a tough decade for Tara Subkoff.
Great Women Artists , a massive yellow-tinted book, is an extensive collection of art spanning over 500 years and featuring over 400 passionate, diverse artists—and they’re all women. The artists are from over 50 countries, each with their own backgrounds, cultures, and histories, and encompass various mediums, from painting and sculpture, to photography and video installations. The collection promotes art created by every type of woman, and reflects on an era when art made by women, for women, is more prominent than ever. ” G reat Women Artists is the most extensive fully illustrated book of women artists ever published,” said Laurent Claquin, head of Kering Americas