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Interviews

Monday, September 1st 2014
by Julija Kaselyte

Los Angeles based Nick Miller is the man behind the upcoming novel “Isn’t It Pretty To Think So?” and one of the most talented rising writers that we’ve come across. “Anything I’ve ever passionately done has always been rooted in writing.“

by Katherine Gould

I first stumbled on Flara’s work while I was trawling the internet for some original artwork to use for our Beauty Section and was delighted to discover that she is willing to collaborate with us for some future pieces! In the meantime I got to know her a bit better.

by Julija Kaselyte

The enthusiasm of this young and ambitious New Yorker is undeniable.

by Joann Jovinelly

We caught up with the style icon at Barney’s, where over the most wholesome of breakfasts, sweet berries and a heavenly combination of yogurt and oatmeal — foods Doonan describes as decidedly “gay” as opposed to typically “straight” fare like fried bacon and eggs — he read selections from his book and fielded questions.

by Julija Kaselyte

Living life as a model in the bustling metropolis of New York City isn’t half bad. We had the opportunity to sit down with a rising star in the industry.

by Daniel Haim

2011 was a year of growth for Ben Trovato. The level of ambition back when their calendar read January 2011 was sky high, yet the team has exceeded all expectations, and we can safely say it has been a Ben Trovato year.

by Julija Kaselyte

While Placebo is in between touring, their amazing drummer Steve Forrest initiated a new project. He never thought his side project would garner as much interest as it has, but talented people always intrigue.

by Emmett Lindner

Jessica Clavin of Bleached, a punk rock band from California that offers a breath of fresh air in a music world as polluted as the Los Angeles skies they come from.

by Emmett Lindner

An exclusive interview with indie-pop band Big Troubles. We discuss their most recent record, ‘Romantic Comedy,’ as well as influences, tour experiences, and the growth of the band itself.

by Keesean Moore

Kyle Anderson, Marie Claire’s new Accessories Director, is no stranger to change. He actually embraces it.

by Keesean Moore

Larrisa Bond is full of surprises. You may remember her from the pages of Elle, Harper’s Bazaar, Glamour, and both American and Russian Vogue during the true era of the super model, but her latest venture — a full line of gender specific and unisex fine jewelry – is an incredibly impressive accomplishment on its own.

by Katherine Gould

New Zealand born Make Up/Hair Artist Michael Ashton is certainly leaving his mark on the international fashion, beauty and celebrity circuits. Ashton, now residing in London, has traveled his way around the globe working on almost every high-end Fashion Week show imaginable.

by Keesean Moore

Kristin Prim’s resume is nearly triple the size of industry professionals twice her age. With a widely successful magazine, fashion blog, and booming modeling career, Prim’s achievements would impress even the most ruthless of haters. The key to her success is not just in her enviable closet or stark contoured face, but in her hard work, course wit, and rare charm.

by Emmett Lindner

The ‘Push It’ singer started her career performing with her bands in dive bars across the Sunset Strip in California, eventually moving abroad in order to get in touch with her true musical intuitions.

by Daniel Haim

Photographer Aram Bedrossian creates unique and engaging images that capture authentic moments of everyday life. Interviewed by Daniel Haim, Aram talks magazines, shoot preparations and his unique photographic style.

by Michael Menachem

Our editors caught up with the Wisconsin native to learn more about her creative process, the effects of her pop music on the world and how she got one-on-one time with Marilyn Manson.

by Jorgen Kjellgren

The mastermind behind Lately is Nathan Broaddus, a twenty-one-year-old college student from Charlottesville, Virginia. We talked to him about why instrumental music has the power to be a unique and personal experience for each person that hears it.

by Alexander Patino

Jeremy Langmead has quickly taken the name Mr. Porter from a mere expansion gamble into a bonafide e-commerce behemoth to be reckoned with in a little over a year, and from what we’ve learned from this interview, we haven’t seen nothing yet.

by Adrian Wilson

The hustle of 7th Avenue is certainly different nowadays. The guys who would catcall every woman as they weaved their racks of newly finished garments around the Pontiacs and Checker cabs went the same way the cars did. Fabric delivery vans drove off and in their place are gourmet food trucks.

by Daniel Haim

We cozied up with Jess Blanch, the Publisher and Editor-in-Chief of RUSSH for a chat about her inspirations, obsessions, and what’s next for the magazine.

by Valerie Landry

New York based fashion designer Rebecca Turbow is definitely a designer to discover this season! Offering sophisticated basics with exquisite construction under her eponymous label, she will easily find her place into your wardrobe.

by Daniel Haim

From shooting test polaroids of young models to becoming one of the most known names in the fashion photography world. Mariano Vivanco sits down with us to discuss inspiration, motivation, and his career as a photographer.

by Daniel Haim

Founder & Chief Designer Matthew Waldman gives an insight into how everything from global culture to theoretical physics influence the Nooka brand as a whole, and what is involved in the process of creating a new Nooka design.

by Jorgen Kjellgren

Keep Company is a collaboration between Sweden’s reluctant ”Queen of soul” Titiyo and pop maestro Theodor Jensen. The duos self titled debut received great reviews across the board and the spring/summer live shows have been equally well received.

by Daniel Haim

Kat Burki is a woman you want to know. She exudes a beautiful and intelligent sophistication and she lends that to every facet of her company. To go into her new store is a breath of fresh air and to go to Kat Burki online is a beautiful place to get lost for hours.